Landscapes have long been a muse for artists of every genre. Whether we are searching for the unknown in the furthest corners of the globe or attempting to understand the terrain upon which we have built our homes, the land has been a canvas for humans for millennia.
In the exhibition, LANDSCAPES, interpreted, Jim Lamont and Richard Robesco use their cameras to interpret the land differently. One sees the world through a poetic lens, whether the other takes a more political perspective. Together they reveal the complexity of the Earth and our place on it.
The exhibition is on view from February 21 to April 9, 2018