Wednesday, December 13
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Tickets are free for Museum Members, $5 for non-Members
Space is limited
Since the early 1980s, photographer Cássio Vasconcellos has trained his camera on sites around the world, from his native São Paulo to Paris, New York, and Shanghai. His evocative imagery deconstructs traditions of landscape photography, often by turning landmark buildings, skylines, monuments, and overlooked urban spaces, as well as topographical features of the land, into abstract elements. His photographs assume painterly qualities, as he plays with principles of perspective to create compositions that render scale and space ambiguous.
Vasconcellos is the creator of Uma Vista (A Pers... (View more)