Lakes Were Rivers artist Mike Osborne’s work revolves around architecture, landscape, technology, and history. He gravitates to prints and artifacts in which photography functions as a tool for depicting the world and confronting, describing, and transcending great distances. His work “Floating Island” is paired with Arthur C. McIntyre’s “The Windward Imprisoned in the Ice” in the exhibition “Contemporary Photographic Practice in the Archive,” on view through August 4.

Top: Arthur C. McIntyre, “The Windward Imprisoned in the Ice.”

Bottom: Mike Osborne, “Floating Island,” 2012.

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