After traveling to the pristine lands of Iceland and Namibia, Maroesjka Lavigne’s interest in the geological and aesthetic qualities of our earth have grown, specifically in the spectrum of colors it demonstrates. Robert Mann Gallery presents Lost Lands, the artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery that opens in conjunction with her newly released monograph, Someone, Somewhere, Sometime. Fascinated by the earth’s changing terrain, Lavigne travelled to locations including regions of Argentina, Chile, China, and America’s West where she looked at color and form to capture the passing of time in environments that may soon disappear – leaving only traces...
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