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Humanity in decay and the natural world in splendor
Cameron Sinclair, 13 Jul 06

Kendall Anderson has spent the last 3 years opening a lens to abandonment, decay and industrial mayhem in Canada (with the occational visit to the US). The photographs are stunning and make me think of the great work of Ed Burtynsky. Both photographers paint a visual reminder of the effects we have on this earth.

On the opposite end of the spectrum Academy Award winning director and renowned photographer Zana Briski has launched a site of her own work documenting the beauty which this earth holds. After months in Africa and Asia she has returned with series of images which frames the natural world in all its splendor.

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Absolutely stunning. I believe that there is not art that can satisfy our primordial condition that that of natural art. If you can tap in to the language that nature speaks of itself, it can unwrap the mysteries of man's inner world.

thank you
-Ben


Posted by: Ben on 14 Jul 06



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