Robert Koch Gallery presents an exhibition of Lynn Geesaman’s dramatic color photographs of formal, sculpted gardens and invented landscapes in Europe and the United States. Known for her color and black and white photographs, Geesaman’s work explores the margin between artifice and nature in the formal landscape.
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