zack seckler documents icelandic coast in aerial abstracts series zack seckler documents icelandic coast in aerial abstracts series
feb 02, 2016

zack seckler documents icelandic coast in aerial abstracts series

zack seckler documents icelandic coast in aerial abstracts series
all images courtesy of zack seckler

 

 

 

american photographer zack seckler documents the icelandic coast in the latest installment of ‘aerial abstracts’, which builds off the artist’s 2014 botswana series. the images are captured from a two-seater ultralight aircraft, allowing for perspectives mere feet from the ground. ‘aerial abstracts: iceland’ is to be shown at seckler’s solo exhibition at robin rice gallery in manhattan, new york from march 16, to may 8th 2016

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
‘aerial abstracts: iceland’ by zack seckler

 


video courtesy of zack seckler


the cooly toned images are simultaneously abstracted and realistic  


a single seal in the water 

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
a dark landscape meets a sea of grey


aerial photograph taken off the icelandic coast

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
all images were taken from the open cabin of a small aircraft 

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
birds lift off from patch of beach 


‘aerial abstracts: iceland’ 

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
a single bird outruns mountainous shadows 

zack seckler aerial abstracts iceland photography series
the images are to be presented at robin rice gallery in manhattan, NYC

 

 

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