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Photographer Edward Burtynsky opens two exhibitions in New York

Two exhibitions of work by renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky are on view from November 3 – December at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and

Fine Art photographer based in Toronto Canada. This site is the online portfolio for Edward Burtynsky

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Edward Burtynsky landscapes from Flowers Gallery
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Established in Flowers Gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and prints at our London galleries on Cork Street and Kingsland Road, our New York space on West Street and at international art fairs.

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Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements by William A. Ewing. Edward Burtynsky has achieved global recognition for his spectacular, largescale photographs that depict the impact of human activity upon urban and natural environments around the world. Covering themes such as mines and quarries, the oil industry, ship-building and ship-breaking, water as a resource under threat world-wide, and an emergent China.
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Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements by William A. Ewing. Edward Burtynsky has achieved global recognition for his spectacular, largescale photographs that depict the impact of human activity upon urban and natural environments around the world. Covering themes such as mines and quarries, the oil industry, ship-building and ship-breaking, water as a resource under threat world-wide, and an emergent China.
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Edward Burtynsky - Nature Transformed Through Industry

Those cracks in your face, do they hurt? — but does it float

Nature transformed through industry is a predominant theme in Edward's work, as he says on his website "These images are meant as metaphors to the dilemma

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Beautiful yet terrifying, Edward Burtynsky’s aerial photography is a reminder of just how much human activity has affected the planet

Eerie photos of manmade landscapes

Photographer Edward Burtynsky travels the world to capture how man is leaving a mark on nature. See 13 of his haunting photos.

Edward Burtynsky finds the eerie beauty in the man-made landscapes that dot our Earth’s surface.

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20 | Photographer Edward Burtynsky Captures The Horror And Beauty In Our Relationship With Water | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commer...
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*Edward Burtynsky - The way the inanimate objects become its own landscape is interesting. He almost distorts our vision and makes start to believe what we see is a form of landscape.

20 | Photographer Edward Burtynsky Captures The Horror And Beauty In Our Relationship With Water | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commer...

20 | Photographer Edward Burtynsky Captures The Horror And Beauty In Our Relationship With Water | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commer...

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The highly anticipated release of Edward Burtynsky’s Water (2007 - 2013) will be exhibited at Flowers Gallery during October 2013. The exhibition will coincide with the launch of a new film Watermark co-directed with Jennifer Baichwal (released theatrically in Canada by Mongrel Media), and...

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From New Yorker magazine 2012 Edward Burtynsky’s project “Water" Cape Coral Lee County, Florida

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Available for sale from Flowers, Edward Burtynsky, Pivot Irrigation High Plains, Texas Panhandle Chromogenic Colour Print, 244 × 86 cm

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Salt pans in Gujarat, India Photograph: Edward Burtynsky

North Ward Estes Oil Field, Wickett, Texas—The US produces somewhere around 5.8 million barrels of oil a day, less than a third of what it consumes. By comparison, the country that produces the most oil is Russia, which churns out around 10 million barrels a day.

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Yes, that thing that looks like Earth’s gaping, bleeding asshole is a half-mile-by-half-mile runoff pool of cow shit and piss. It’s from Mishka’s new series, which consists of mega-high-resolution composite satellite images of cattle farms and oil.

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Edward Burtynsky, Silver Lake Operations Lake Lefroy, Western Australia, Chromogenic color print, 27 x 34

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Anyone who has looked out the windows of an airplane flying over semi-arid agricultural land has seen them. An artile at Edible Geograph.

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