Lot 101
Dan Wetmore

Untitled

2014
Archival pigment print
24 x 24 inches
Signed sticker on verso
Uneditioned
Donated by the artist
$300–400

Dan Wetmore’s images of the rust belt, a section of America which deeply feels the socio aftermath of the collapse of the American auto and manufacturing industries, document the lingering effects of these industries alongside the vitality and individuality of the region. In this image, we see piles of coal snaking their way across the landscape, with sunlight glancing off the peaks and crests of the mounds. The sunlight and blue sky create an unexpected pairing to the harsh realities of a landscape after deindustrialization. Dan Wetmore is a photographer and lab manager working and living in Pittsburgh, PA. He received his BFA from Syracuse University in 2013 and his work has been featured on platforms such as Lenscratch, Aint Bad, and Lightwork.

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