Through a Liquid Mirror by Wayne Levin
Photographer Wayne Levin takes us on a journey through underwater landscapes, from the Hawaiian Islands to Costa Rica and Micronesia. Essayist Thomas Farber frames Levin’s work in the context of what Earth is: a water planet.
“These subtle black and white photographs illuminate an entire world: its space, its inhabitants, its weight, and its visitors. He offers a landscape of a different order from ours; we are privileged to enter into it. We encounter states of wonder, fear, and exhilaration—a profound sense of the sublime.”
—Professor Linda Conner, San Francisco Art Institute