JANE AND LOUISE WILSON @ GETTY MUSEUM

JANE AND LOUISE WILSON: SEALANDER
 February 14-July 2, 2017

“In striking images of the Normandy coast, the Sealander series bares graphic witness to the toll that time has taken on these powerful symbols of German dominance over most of Europe. Originally thought impenetrable, these fortifications are now slowly crumbling into the sea,” says Timothy Potts, director of the J. Paul Getty Museum. “There is a powerful poignancy in the picturesque decay of these structures that were created in such a frenzy of human activity and are now gradually being returned to nature’s benign embrace.”

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Originally published at F-Stop Magazine.

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