Landscapes without Memory
Conceptual photography by Joan Fontcuberta


January 12 - March 30, 2006
Aperture Foundation
Chelsea Gallery; 547 West 27th Street, 4 th Floor, NYC

Lecture and Book Signing: January 11, 6:30pm
Opening Reception: January 12, 6-8pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 10am-6pm
212-505-5555; www.aperture.org


Joan Fontcuberta's Landscape without Memory (January 12-March 30)- organized by the Aperture Foundation with the support of the Institut Ramon Lull and the Consulate General of Spain in New York-is an exhibition of 40 large-scale works by one of Barcelona's most ground-breaking contemporary photographers exploring the intersection among art, science and illusion. Using a landscape-rendering computer software harnessed from the military, creates photo-realistic, three-dimensional models from famous paintings and photographs by Turner, Cézanne, Rothko, and Carleton E. Watkins, among others.

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