Issue 34.3 | Undeniable: Edward Burtynsky's Photographs of a Changing World (Winter 2016)

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Issue 34.3 | Undeniable: Edward Burtynsky's Photographs of a Changing World (Winter 2016)

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“It’s as if Burtynsky’s colors and compositions become more aggressively stunning as the human impact on the environment worsens.” 
— Issue 34.3 feature

Haunting is among the first words that come to mind upon seeing Edward Burtynsky's photographs. The feeling may be caused by a red river that blazes against a barren, black landscape; the brilliant, turquoise sheen that drenches the Gulf of Mexico; or the severe line that separates Scottsdale’s dense patchwork of housing developments from the barren desert of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Since the 1980s, the Canadian artist has been photographing images that show humanity's impact on the natural landscape. This issue's feature, "Undeniable: Edward Burtynsky's Photographs of a Changing World," presents a selection of Burtynsky’s work and considers the ways he tells the story people say can’t be told, using images that won’t let us look away. Feature editor: Erin Langner

This issue also includes ARCADE’s regular columns covering a wide-range of design, architecture, urbanism, and art focused content from a Northwest perspective.

Issue 34.3 is printed in two-color with the section featuring Burtynsky's work and the cover in full-color. The issue was designed by Lucia|Marquand.

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