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“LANDSCAPE AND LENS: THE WEST PHOTOGRAPHED” EXHIBITION AT THE GALLERY @ CITY HALL TO REMAIN ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER“LANDSCAPE AND LENS: THE WEST PHOTOGRAPHED” EXHIBITION AT THE GALLERY @ CITY HALL TO REMAIN ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER<div class="ExternalClassD9D0088D91494C22B1FA0B5826F1C444"><p>"Landscape and Lens: The West Photographed," a modern photography collection that explores humanity's role in a western landscape, will be on view at The Gallery @ City Hall this summer through Sept. 30. The Gallery is located on the ground floor of City Hall, 200 W. Washington Street, and is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. </p><p>Drawn from the more than 150 photographs in the Phoenix Municipal Art Collection, "Landscape and Lens" features 28 works by American photographers, such as Robert Adams, Paul Caponigro, William Clift, Chris Colville, Byron Darby, Robert Dawson, Lee Friedlander, Emmet Gowin, Mark Klett, Skeet McAuley, Anne Noggle, Aaron Siskind, Joel Sternfeld and others. The works date from the late 1940s through the present. Their subjects range from depictions of the luminous beauty of light and landforms that have long attracted photographers and other artists to the West, to examinations of the increasing human role and impact on the landscape. The images, in black-and-white and color, represent a variety of traditional and digital photographic printing methods. </p><p>To learn about the gallery exhibits and works in the Phoenix Municipal Art Collection, visit <a href="/artssite/MediaAssets/SavvyEvent.jpg"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">phoenix.gov/arts</span></a>. </p><p>Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015, The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture was established by the Phoenix City Council in 1985 to advance the growth and development of the city's arts and cultural community. For more information about Arts and Humanities Month and the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, visit phoenix.gov/arts, call 602-262-4637 or TTY 602-534-5500, or follow the Office of Arts and Culture on Facebook at <a href="https://www.facebook.com/phxofficeofartsandculture"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">facebook.com/phxofficeofartsandculture</span></a>.  </p></div>6/8/2015 8:00:00 PMMonica Hernandez602-262-6180