A city street, a construction site, pristine nature—all fall into view in the work of photographer Mark Citret. Citret has explored deeply the question of exactly what constitutes a "landscape." He suggests that "a landscape is to human experience what a stage set is to a play." In Citret’s eyes and in his photographs, construction sites, cafes, motels, trees, industrial sites, parks, and more, all present themselves as "landscapes" equally fascinating and beautiful.
Foundation and Downtown Skyline, Mission Bay, 2000
Cafe, Monument Valley, 2000
Jacob Lake #4, Northern Arizona, 2004
Short Railing, North_Beach, 2007