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This exhibition of the work of artists Ana Calzavara, Benjamin Lankton and Sara Woster, features their shared focus on landscapes that convey enormous depth and meaning. The imagery is ambiguous, transporting us to real or imagined places, in scenes that can suggest dreams or memories, at once particular while also universal. What we can recognize is a landscape and a melancholy. They invite us to contemplate and find our place within them.


When I look at the works of Ana Calzavara, Benjamin Lankton and Sara Woster I remember walks I’ve taken and places I’ve visited. We can also imagine the places where we would like to go, or places we long to return to.


By: Gisela Gueiros, September 2019

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