Earthscapes

May 12, 2010June 26, 2010
British photographer David Parker (*1949) dedicates his work to the extreme landscape. In panoramic and toned silver gelatine prints of immense detail he captures impressive desert views with grotesque rock formations. It is those phenomena that are not normally associated with the desert that David Parker focuses on: monoliths', caves, arches, cliffs, crests or even river and lake-morphologies, which seem to tell stories of hidden elemental forces.

 

  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth XXIX

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth XXIV
    2010

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 1/10
  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth XXXIII
    2008

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 1/10
  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth XXVIII
    2010

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 1/10
  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth XIX
    2007

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 1/10
  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth VIII
    1999

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 1/10
  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth VII

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

  • David Parker
    New Desert Myth V
    1999

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered on verso

    Giclée print

    Ed. 2/10