Terri Loewenthal is an Oakland-based artist whose recent work examines the intersection of landscape and psyche. In her new series, Psychscapes, Loewenthal investigates the sublime expanse of land and sky romanticized in the still-potent mythology of Utopian California. Psychscapes are single-exposure, in-camera compositions that utilize special optics developed by Loewenthal to compress vast spaces into complex, evocative environments. Terri Loewenthal has exhibited at diverse venues including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), Minnesota Street Projects (San Francisco, CA) and Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley, CA). Her work is included in many private collections.
Galerie Catherine & André Hug
Catherine and André Hug Gallery was founded in Paris in 2000. Located in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, Paris’ artistic and historic district, the Gallery is primarily dedicated to contemporary art, representing artists of various expressions – from painting to installation, drawing and sculpture – the gallery has gradually dedicated itself to photography and for the last five years exclusively to photographic works. For the past five years, the gallery presented, among others, the documentary work of the famous American photographer Susan Meiselas (Prince Street Girls, 1976), the far north exploration of British photographer Stuart Franklin (Narcissus, 2010), classical and meditative landscapes of Italian George Tatge, fictions by Canadian Kourtney Roy, and the minimalist and poetic representations of Japanese Ryo Suzuki.