David Benjamin Sherry


Earth Changes: Sherry’s approach to the medium challenges categorical ideologies and the question of photographic truth. It could be argued that no photograph can be completely detached or objective, but the distinction concerning a photographer’s intent seems to divide directives: aesthetic or objective. With this collection of “truthful” images, presented in exaggerated colors, the artist marries opposing categorizations, or the division implied therein. Wonderful Land reminds us, through photography, of the inherent value that exists in any natural resource – what it offers, what it represents, and ultimately, its ability to connect us to a broader experience.



David Benjamin Sherry (American, b. 1981) re-imagines the American Western terrain in Day-Glo colors. Photographing topographic images of the desert surface, Sherry creates oversized luminescent portraits of the diversely fecund American landscape. Sherry received his BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and his MFA in Photography from Yale University.


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Limited Edition of 1000
70 Pages
Printed on card stock with spiral comb binding
30 X 37 cm