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Overflowing Void

The desert has drawn many photographers, Cox among them, drawn to the vastness unknown his European sensibility.

This gallery title “Overflowing Void” comes from a book by Michael Darlington, The Mojave.  It well describes the extraordinary mystery the Mojave expresses, at once vast and lonely, and yet brimming with meaning at the same time.

Honore de Balzac wrote, in 1896 – “In the desert, there is all–and yet nothing…”

Colour prints of the works are available and referenced by their title (see the “i” at the top left of each image)