Beltrá, essay by Barbara
In April 2010 the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig explosed and sent
of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, causing a black tide covering 68,000
square miles of ocean and spreading along 16,000 miles of coastline.
Photographer Daniel Beltrá documented the spill from a Cessna
floatplane, 3,000ft above the Louisiana coastline.
Spill includes 27 of his award-winning aerial
photographs that have gone on show around the world, and an essay that
gives context to Spill as an artistic response to the environment and
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