David Maisel in The New Yorker

The gallery is pleased to announce a new feature story on artist David Maisel by art critic Marcia Bjornerud in this week’s The New Yorker. The article highlights the works from Maisel’s series “The Fall,” shown last year at Mark Moore Gallery, that will be on view in his upcoming solo show at Haines Gallery.

“David Maisel’s aerial photographs of Toledo, Spain, and the surrounding La Mancha region, some of which will be on view at Haines Gallery, in San Francisco, through March 12th, can make Earth’s surface look more alien than terrestrial. Parts of the area that Maisel focussed on are underlain by light-colored alkaline rocks, which formed through the evaporation of an ancient body of water. The silvery soil of plowed fields almost shimmers, like a ghostly memory of that long-vanished sea.”

Read the article here.

For more information about the artist or available work, please email info@markmooregallery.com.

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