Yossi Milo Gallery presents an exhibition of new color photographs from Simen Johan‘s ongoing series Until the Kingdom Comes. Johan’s photographs depict a natural world that is at once familiar and otherworldly, and include towering giraffes that populate a hazy, desolate landscape; spectacular Javan peacocks from Asia camouflaged within a Spanish pepper tree; and the interior of an Icelandic volcano is the setting for a gooey tar pit where Peruvian yellow-hooded blackbirds nest.
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