Another in a series of reprints of earlier posts you may have missed.
This one is called Nobody Cares from a few years ago.
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Made in the summer 2003 in Venice Italy.
I wrote a blog about the work :
The prints are about 11 inches square and are made as archival inkjet prints from scans.
Want to see them? Contact 555 Gallery in Boston.
The primary description for this cemetery based series is on the blog as of January 2013 and can be found by searching for Lago Di Bolsena.
The prints are black and white and smaller than usual for my work at 17 x 11 inches.
These were made in 2009 on a sabbatical leave from my teaching position at Northeastern University. Driving from Venice to stay in Trieste for three weeks, I came across these stands of trees, interspersed among fields of wheat and corn, in a flat agricultural region near small towns with names like Latisana and Palmonova.
Digital capture is in color, so I made the conversion to black and white in post production, using Photoshop so that I was able to make these as duotones. The inkjet prints are 21 x 14 inches.
I returned to Trieste in the fall of 2012 and photographed the trees again, this time keeping them as color photographs.
This is the second set of trees pictures made from west of Trieste, Italy. The first ones were made in 2009 and I converted the files to make black and white photographs.
The area where these trees are grown is about 40 minutes by Autostrada west of Trieste, near villages with names like: Latisana, Palmanova and Pocenia. The trees are grown as a crop and this past trip in September I got to see all of its phases, from planting to harvesting.
The prints are on 21 x 14 inches.