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Each of these photographers explores landscapes that have felt the (sometimes severe) impact of industry --from ruined, abandoned buildings of Chernobyl, to deserted trains in a Bolivian desert, to post-communist Berlin, to abandoned factories in America. In some cases, however, these “ruined” landscapes become the canvases for a new generation of artists, like the graffiti artists who paint on factories in Barcelona, or the musicians who turned a former prison/armory in Rochester, NY into a venue. In like manner, the photographers exhibited in this book have turned “ugly” or “decaying” subjects into something new—if not beautiful, then at least interesting and worth discussing.


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Hibbleton Gallery
jesselatour 112 W Wilshire Ave Fullerton, CA 92832
Hibbleton is a gallery focusing on works from the latest underground artists. The gallery showcases artworks in a variety of formats and is not medium-specific. Hibbleton is dedicated to art that provokes thought and initiates discourse, whether it be considered subculture, pop surrealist, outsider, graffiti, lowbrow, or street.

Publish Date  December 09, 2008

Dimensions  Small Square  52 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art Photography

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