David Benjamin Sherry (b. 1981, Woodstock, NY) is an artist who revives the practice of analog photography, pushing extremes of darkroom printing, and generally challenging the historical genre of landscape imagery. He experiments within the traditional scope of his medium, at times manipulating technical processes to achieve impossibly chromatic renditions of the natural world.
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