The Robin Rice Gallery announces the seventh solo exhibition of photography by José Picayo. The show of new work opens September 19 and runs through October 28. This photo exploration of exquisite, 100-plus-year-old specimens of trees found in a New Jersey public arboretum is a follow-up study of the artist’s 2004 exhibition of Florida palms. Intended to isolate and showcase trees, the exhibit presents José’s interpretation of what is simple and uncomplicated about his subjects while also revealing them swathed in stand-alone beauty alongside a tangle of roots and branches.
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