The Mining Project David Maisel

The Mining Project, Ray, Arizona 6, 1989. Archival Pigment Print 48 by 48 inches, edition of 5 + 2AP 29 by 29 inches, edition of 10 + 2AP. Natural resource extraction and its consequences are themes central to Maisel’s photographic practice for nearly thirty years.

David Maisel

David Maisel. In his latest photographic series, Desolation Desert, David Maisel

Desolation Desert

In his latest photographic series, Desolation Desert, David Maisel brings his focus to

Exhibitions

March, 2021. Haines Gallery Proudly presents "Apocalyptic / Sublime", an

Works

WORKS. In his latest photographic series, Desolation Desert, David Maisel brings

The Mining Project by David Maisel (17PH) — Atlas of Places

David Maisel The Mining Project 1989. Natural resource extraction and its consequences are themes central to Maisel’s photographic practice for nearly thirty years. Through aerial photography, the interlinked series Black Maps, The Mining Project,

“David Maisel: The Mining Project” at Haines Gallery

“David Maisel: The Mining Project” at Haines Gallery David Maisel first began to photograph open pit mines from the air in the mid–1980s, intrigued by the radical transformation of the American landscape by the extraction of natural resources.

David Maisel The Mining Project (Clifton, Arizona 7

Available for sale from Haines Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Clifton, Arizona 7) (1989), Archival Pigment Print, 48 × 48 in

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feature: The Mining Project // David Maisel Previous / Next image () Thumbnails. Legislation governing mining activity in the United States dates from over 135 years ago. The 1872 Mining Law was ratified in an era when this country sought to develop the West and exploit natural resources without regard to environmental consequences. As a legacy

David Maisel The Mining Project (Inspiration, Arizona 11

Available for sale from Robischon Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Inspiration, Arizona 11) (1989), Archival pigment print mounted on Dibond, 48

David Maisel's Photographs Of Open Pit Mines Are Eerily

Sep 10, 2013 David Maisel, The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9), 1989, Archival Pigment Print, 2013, 48 x 48 inches, Edition of 5, Courtesy of the artists and Haines Gallery. Maisel began his aerial project in the mid-1980s, capturing snapshots of the country’s changing environmental landscape by turning an eye to open pit mines.

The Mining Project David Maisel

The Mining Project Butte, MT 3 David Maisel is a photographer whose work focuses on environmentally impacted sites. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, and his works are included in many permanent collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

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feature: The Mining Project // David Maisel Previous / Next image () Thumbnails. Legislation governing mining activity in the United States dates from over 135 years ago. The 1872 Mining Law was ratified in an era when this country

David Maisel The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9) (1989

Available for sale from Haines Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9) (1989), Archival Pigment Print, 48 × 48 in

David Maisel The Mining Project (Inspiration, Arizona 11

Available for sale from Robischon Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Inspiration, Arizona 11) (1989), Archival pigment print mounted on Dibond, 48

David Maisel The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9) (1989

Available for sale from Robischon Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9) (1989), Archival pigment print mounted on Dibond, 48 × 48 in

David Maisel The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9) (1989

Available for sale from Edwynn Houk Gallery, David Maisel, The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9) (1989), Archival pigment print, 48 × 48 in

David Maisel's Photographs Of Open Pit Mines Are Eerily

Sep 10, 2013 David Maisel, The Mining Project (Butte, Montana 9), 1989, Archival Pigment Print, 2013, 48 x 48 inches, Edition of 5, Courtesy of the artists and Haines Gallery. Maisel began his aerial project in the mid-1980s, capturing snapshots of the country’s changing environmental landscape by turning an eye to open pit mines.

The Mining Project David Maisel

The Mining Project Butte, MT 3 David Maisel is a photographer whose work focuses on environmentally impacted sites. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, and his works are included in many permanent collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

The Mining Project David Maisel Aerial photograph

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The Mining Project David Maisel 2020-5-17The Mining Project Butte, MT 3 David Maisel is a photographer whose work focuses on environmentally impacted sites. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, and his works are included in many permanent collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and

Black Maps by David Maisel (27PH) — Atlas of Places

David Maisel Black Maps 1985. Natural resource extraction and its consequences are themes central to Maisel’s photographic practice for nearly thirty years. Through aerial photography, the interlinked series Black Maps, The Mining Project,

David Maisel The Mining Project: The Mining Project

Jul 3, 2013 David Maisel The Mining Project: The Mining Project

Devastated Landscape Photography : Mining Project by David

Mar 02, 2011 It will come as no surprise to most people that open-pit mining can have a dramatically negative impact on the environment, but the Mining Project by David Maisel is a stunning collection of aerial photos that drives home the

David Maisel The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9) For Sale

For Sale on 1stdibs The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9), Archival Pigment Print by David Maisel. Offered by Yancey Richardson Gallery.

David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime Haines Gallery

David Maisel. The Mining Project (Clifton, AZ 7), 1989. 48 x 48 inches, edition of 5 + 2 AP: $24,000. 29 x 29 inches, edition of 10 + 2 AP: $12,000

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Maisel, David American, b. 1961. David Maisel is interested in the dialectic balance between what is seen on the surface of a photograph, the complex reality that lies beneath, and how beauty can suggest the ideal while obscuring the often darker side of a subject.

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feature: The Mining Project // David Maisel Previous / Next image () Thumbnails. Legislation governing mining activity in the United States dates from over 135 years ago. The 1872 Mining Law was ratified in an era when this country sought to develop the West and exploit natural resources without regard to environmental consequences. As a legacy

David Maisel The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9) For Sale

For Sale on 1stdibs The Mining Project (Butte, MT 9), Archival Pigment Print by David Maisel. Offered by Yancey Richardson Gallery.

David Maisel The Mining Project: The Mining Project

Jul 3, 2013 David Maisel The Mining Project: The Mining Project

The Mining Project David Maisel Aerial photograph

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2012. 10. 22 David Maisel's fascinating aerial photos of minining operations show both formal beauty and reveal the underlying destruction of industrial mining operations from a macro view. The Mining Project had its genesis in 1983, when I began photographing open pit mines from the air. After witnessing the clear-cutting of fores

David Maisel's Photographs of the Apocalyptic Sublime

Maisel was also influenced by the land art of Robert Smithson and it is hard to look at the sculpted landscapes in The Mining Project (1989) and the American Mine (2007) series without thinking of works by Smithson such as Spiral Jetty, which Maisel has also photographed. There is a disquieting magnificence in some of these immense, human-made

Black Maps by David Maisel (27PH) — Atlas of Places

David Maisel Black Maps 1985. Natural resource extraction and its consequences are themes central to Maisel’s photographic practice for nearly thirty years. Through aerial photography, the interlinked series Black Maps, The Mining Project,

The Mining Project David Maisel in 2021 Natural

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Devastated Landscape Photography : Mining Project by David

Mar 02, 2011 It will come as no surprise to most people that open-pit mining can have a dramatically negative impact on the environment, but the Mining Project by David Maisel is a stunning collection of aerial photos that drives home the

David Maisel: Aerial Photographs The New York Times

Aug 27, 2013 The Haines Gallery in San Francisco is featuring an exhibit of David Maisel’s photographs of open-pit copper mines, tailings ponds, and

Stunning Aerial Photos of Environmental Damage The

May 13, 2013 According to Maisel's website, the Mining Project had its genesis in 1983 when Maisel began photographing open pit mines from the air after witnessing the clear-cutting of forests in the Pacific

David Maisel: Apocalyptic / Sublime Haines Gallery

David Maisel. The Mining Project (Clifton, AZ 7), 1989. 48 x 48 inches, edition of 5 + 2 AP: $24,000. 29 x 29 inches, edition of 10 + 2 AP: $12,000