An Environmental Impact Statement: Abstraction of Destruction

An Environmental Impact Statement: Abstraction of Destruction

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Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

By Roberta Smith, The New York Times

The vivid color photographs of J. Henry Fair lead an uneasy double life as potent records of environmental pollution and as ersatz evocations of abstract painting. This makes “Abstraction of Destruction,” his exhibition at the Gerald Peters Gallery, a strange battle between medium and message, between harsh truths and trite, generic beauty…

Read Full Article and View Slideshow, The New York Times

J Henry Fair: Abstraction of Destruction – in pictures, Guardian UK

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