After interning with Edward Burtynsky, famous for his photographs of human manipulation of the landscape, Utah-based photographer Daniel Everett refined his exploration of the urban environment.

He said: “I got really interested in the in-between places that we passed through: the nondescript, transitory spaces like subway systems, airports, parking garages, and hotels… Spaces that are meant to be legible regardless of the language, and where the aesthetics are governed by function.” With Marker, Everett is able to focus on anonymous urban spaces to create studies of shape, color and structure where crosswalks, facades and urban details become the subject of this exploration.

 

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