Known for his wide shots of cities, Sze Tsung Leong, a British-American artist born in Mexico, now returns to the Yossi Milo with Horizons, a series first exhibited at the gallery in 2008 and presented now with additional photographs. As in his other projects, they take us around the world, exploring the diversity of its landscapes and drawing a contemporary portrait of its modern and ancient cities.
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