Robbert Flick is widely regarded as a pioneer in California landscape and documentary photography. His photographs examine our relationship to landscape through a unique process of mapping with a camera. His images look at the intersection of time and space, and build on a unique visual language the artist has developed over the last 50 years. Flick will share reflections on his long-standing photographic practice and consider how changes in time, place, and technology affect his image making.
Event is a part of the Alan Ostrow Memorial Lecture Series and will take place on 23 March from 6:30-7:30pm
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