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Jonathan Smith


United States

23 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by JONATHAN SMITH

Horizon #26 (Montauk)

2022

149.86 x 119.38 x 5.08cm

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Horizon #10 (Deia)

2022

149.86 x 119.38 x 5.08cm

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Horizon #33 (Pacifica, CA)

2022

149.86 x 119.38 x 5.08cm

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River #3

2022

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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River #9

2021

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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River #4

2022

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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Falls #11-new

2022

156.21 x 99.06 x 5.08cm

Falls #11

2021

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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Glacier #9

2021

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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Untitled #20

2021

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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Glacier #6

2021

101.6 x 127 x 5.08cm

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Untitled #29

2021

76.2 x 121.92 x 5.08cm

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Untitled #37 Diptych

2021

101.6 x 162.56 x 5.08cm

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Untitled #2

2021

101.6 x 162.56 x 5.08cm

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Glacier #22

2021

101.6 x 162.56 x 5.08cm

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Fall #2

2021

99.06 x 187.96 x 5.08cm

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Falls #25

2021

127 x 203.2 x 5.08cm

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Glacier #13 Dyptich

2021

127 x 203.8 x 5.08cm

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Fall #10

2021

127 x 241.3 x 5.08cm

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Glacier #16

2021

142.24 x 177.8 x 5.08cm

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Untitled #30

2021

142.24 x 177.8 x 5.08cm

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Fall #9

2021

142.24 x 177.8 x 5.08cm

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Horizon

2022

149.86 x 187.96 x 5.08cm

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Jonathan Smith spent the early years of his career assisting and printing for renowned photographer Joel Meyerowitz, and has had solo exhibitions both in the United States and Internationally. His work consists of large-scale, highly nuanced color photographs of the stark natural beauty and inherent impermanence of landscapes. Smith has been photographing natural landscapes for more than 15 years. Shooting precisely and selectively with incredible detail, Smith often revisits the same site on several occasions until he feels the essential character of the landscape has been revealed to him. This conscious and gradual process of documentation results in meditations on land, water, and air. His investigations of the landscape have led him to the remote locations of northern Iceland and southern Patagonia, where he photographed streams, glaciers, glacial rivers, and waterfalls. These landscapes, devoid of human presence, display a world lost in time.