Two years after the death of Lewis Baltz, one of the founding fathers of conceptual photography and crucial representative of the New Topographics movement, Brussels’ Museum of Contemporary Arts pays tributes to him by presenting Sites of Technology (1989-91), an emblematic series of the American artist that exposes the faults of a techno-scientific society where the invisible reigns supreme.
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