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Anna Collette: Invasive Species 

Tuesdays-Saturdays. Continues through Feb. 27 2010

After a series that captured urban and suburban architectures as if they were strange and unpredictable organisms growing outside our control, the New York-based photographer turns her lens on landscapes that really are given over completely to the forces of nature. In this series of verdant, large-scale photographs, you can almost guess the forms of man-made buildings and objects under the dense foliage. Mostly, though, it’s brush, bush, weeds and trees as far as the eye can see, so much so that Collette’s forests start to look like giant waves of green tumbling towards the camera.


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