Current Location:
Building D (MAK) -> 2nd Floor - Building D (MAK)
Location Notes:
MAK; Building D; 2nd Floor; Suite D-2-150; Between Rooms D-2-169 and D-2-154

Barn and Four Pines, Glen Arbor, Michigan

David Lubbers
Gift of the Artist
Silver Gelatin Print
Artworks - Height: 9" Width: 13"
Note: Mat is 16"h x 20"w
Black and white photograph of a barn left center of the image with four pine trees in a row to the right of the barn. Hill or mountain in the background, grassy area along the bottom edge.
Historical Context:
Through his black and white photography, local artist David Lubbers captures a moment in time that may never be captured the same way ever again. Whether photographing the lakeshore of his hometown of Holland, Michigan, the rocky cliffs of national parks in Santa Fe, New Mexico, or the worn and story filled ruins of Mexico, Lubbers has the same goal in mind: to photograph the then and now, as whatever place is in his photographic lens will never be quite the same ever again. On his work he states, “This moment that was captured, it didn’t exist for a long time. It happened… and then it no longer happened. As a photographer, my value is all of the things that I see. Hopefully, this helps people to reflect. Reflection is the point of life. Everything is meant to be reflected upon, inspected.”