Comments/Context: David Nadel's photographs of snow bound Montana forests reduce the landscape to a set of minimalist gestures, where charred tree trunks become dark vertical lines against the vast expanse of white. His pictures are like abstract exercises in linear geometry, executed with the delicacy of a dry point etching.
Collector's POV: The works on view are priced as follows: the 15x12 prints are $1200 each and the 35x44 prints are $3000 each. Nadel's work has not yet entered the secondary markets, so gallery retail is likely the only option for interested collectors at this point.
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