In October, the Robert Mann Gallery presented in its new space an exhibition bringing together 25 years of work by the American photographer Richard Misrach. In these carefully composed photographs of landscapes, this contemporary artist expresses his love for beauty and nature. Like so many others, he considers man’s impact on the environment. Deserts are the focus here, arid and icy ones alike.
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