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Catherine Couturier Gallery Announces Mitch Dobrowner: That Rare Land

Mitch Dobrowner: That Rare Land at Catherine Couturier Gallery

Mitch Dobrowner: That Rare Land at Catherine Couturier Gallery

Mitch Dobrowner: That Rare Land
Catherine Couturier Gallery
Opening Saturday, January 18, 2014 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Join the Catherine Couturier Gallery on Saturday, January 18, 2014 from 6 to 8 p.m. for the opening of Mitch Dobrowner: That Rare Land.  The exhibition will run through March 22, 2014 .  The artist will be in attendance for the opening reception and book signing of his newly released Storms monograph.

Fresh off the heals of his 2012 Sony World Photography L’Iris d’Or  Photographer of the Year award, Mitch Dobrowner ventured outside of his native shores and into the Nordic wilds of Iceland to capture his newest series.

Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Dobrowner began his photography career the moment his father gave him an old Argus rangefinder.  At the age of twenty one he quit his job and toured the American Southwest, finding inspiration in the limitlessness of the natural landscapes and the photography of artists like Ansel Adams and Minor White.  Dobrowner’s work exudes a reverenced solemnity for American vistas in his Landscape series and the tumultuous elegance of the elements in his Storms series, selections of which will also be on view in That Rare Land.

Dobrowner’s photographs are on display in galleries and museums around the globe, including the Ordover Gallery at the San Diego Natural History Museum, the Photography Museum of China in Lishui, and the Photo-Eye Gallery of Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Additionally, they have been featured in publications including, but not limited to, Newsweek, LensWork, Wired Magazine and National Geographic.

Catherine Couturier Gallery

Catherine Couturier Gallery is located at 2635 Colquitt, Houston, Texas. For more information visit www.catherinecouturier.com.

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