Photo courtesy of Cindy Lisica Gallery and Diane Burko

Traces of Change is a solo exhibition by Diane Burko, featuring recent large-scale photography, painting, and photo-based media at Cindy Lisica Gallery, a participating space in this year's Fotofest International.

For over 40 years, Diane Burko has investigated monumental and geological phenomena both on the ground and from the air. She observes the world from open-door helicopters and Cessna aircraft with cameras and sketchpads. Burko’s artistic practice is situated at the intersection of art and science and focused on issues of climate change. In the past year, she has participated in expeditions to Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, producing thousands of photographs from the air, sea and ground. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 16.

Traces of Change is a solo exhibition by Diane Burko, featuring recent large-scale photography, painting, and photo-based media at Cindy Lisica Gallery, a participating space in this year's Fotofest International.

For over 40 years, Diane Burko has investigated monumental and geological phenomena both on the ground and from the air. She observes the world from open-door helicopters and Cessna aircraft with cameras and sketchpads. Burko’s artistic practice is situated at the intersection of art and science and focused on issues of climate change. In the past year, she has participated in expeditions to Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, producing thousands of photographs from the air, sea and ground.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 16.

Traces of Change is a solo exhibition by Diane Burko, featuring recent large-scale photography, painting, and photo-based media at Cindy Lisica Gallery, a participating space in this year's Fotofest International.

For over 40 years, Diane Burko has investigated monumental and geological phenomena both on the ground and from the air. She observes the world from open-door helicopters and Cessna aircraft with cameras and sketchpads. Burko’s artistic practice is situated at the intersection of art and science and focused on issues of climate change. In the past year, she has participated in expeditions to Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, producing thousands of photographs from the air, sea and ground.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 16.

WHEN

WHERE

Cindy Lisica Gallery
4411 Montrose Blvd.
#F
Houston, TX
https://cindy-lisica.squarespace.com/burko

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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