Edward Burtynsky is a large format landscape photographer known for his beautiful, often sublime, photographs of the altered landscape. His photographs are saturated and depict different landscapes that result from extracting natural resources and now, water. His new film Watermark, co-directed with Jennifer Baichwal, follows his obsession with water usage over ten countries. This is… Read More

Walking into a recently opened storefront next to a high end clothing store, decease on a particularly hip part of Valencia street, pilule one hardly knows what to expect. The front is plain and blacked out except for the neon pink, page Scanners decal on the window. Inside is a bookstore with a ragtag collection… Read More

Better a Live Ass than a Dead Lion, unhealthy cost Eli Ridgway’s current exhibition tackles the myriad encounters between human and landscape, tadalafil telling stories of adventure, memory, and failure through a variety of mediums. As always the work is subtle and earthy, qualities which often feature at Eli Ridgway Gallery whose curatorial tastes lean… Read More

Semiotext(e) has a long history of bringing radical, more about sometimes marginal Francophone thinkers to an English-speaking audience. Utopie: Texts and Projects is a new anthology of writings, page projects, dosage and reproductions from the publication Utopie. The Paris-based publication ran between 1967 and 1978, during what was rapidly transformative period in the 20th Century.… Read More

Environmental Health Clinic & Sentient City The Environmental Health Clinic + Lab (X-clinic) is an interdisciplinary, more about stuff experimental, price community-based project with institutional backing from New York University. It is directed by Natalie Jeremijenko, an artist, educator, and scientist who for over two decades has brought together disparate disciplines with a particular sense… Read More

Nestled on a ten mile strip of costal property on Highway 1, find lies the now infamous planned community that goes by name The Sea Ranch. The project was initially conceived of by Alfred Boeke and Oceanic Properties, health Inc. and designed by Lawrence Halprin, visit this a Bay Area landscape architect, architect Joseph Esherick,… Read More

The New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape was a group show put together in January 1975, helpat the George Eastman House in Rochester, visit thisNY, that embodied the changing face of America’s relationship with its landscape. Participants in the show were: Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, Frank Gohlke, Nicholas… Read More