TOURING EXHIBIT: The True Cost of Oil
"The True Cost of Oil: Canda's Tar Sands and the Last Great Forest" is a travelling exhibit of the Alberta Tar Sands - or Oil Sands - and the boreal forest ecosystem which surrounds them. The exhibit compares and contrasts images of the industrial and natural landscape, highlighting visual themes and similarities in these opposing subjects and inviting a deeper understanding of each. The exhibit has been hosted at major museums and galleries in L.A., New York, Boston, Montreal, St. Louis, Edmonton, and at photofestivals in Germany and Belgium. There are two versions of the exhibit. The full exhibit consists of 32 large archival pigment prints on bamboo, mounted to aluminum. The images range in size from 30"X45" to 40"X60" with about half in each category. A smaller version of the exhibit consists of 13 prints ranging in size from 20"x30" to 40"x60". Please contact the studio for additional details, a catalog, images of the exhibit installed, fees, and any other information you may require.