Jonathan Zuck’s River Totems at Tryst

By Editorial Team on June 6, 2016

Thu, 09 June 2016 - Sun, 03 July 2016

Photo courtesy of Massey.
Photo courtesy of the artist.


Reception: Thursday, June 9 from 7pm to 9pm


Award winning artist Jonathan Zuck presents River Totems, a collection of approximately fourteen photographs.

These abstract landscapes call out for anthropomorphic interpretation. Think cloud formations but less ethereal. Materials are earthen, intensely weighty, more grounded in the past. Totems are creations of man to worship nature and align ourselves with creatures and gods of speed, strength, vision and wisdom. If nature herself created totems, they could be seen as reminders of our purest instincts and a simplicity long forgotten but not yet lost. Slow your pace, pocket the iPod and look closely as you walk along a river bank and you’ll see we are surrounded by faces, carved from land and water.

About the Artist
An award winning photographer, filmmaker and digital artist, with studios in DC and Brussels, Jonathan Zuck’s work has appeared in local and national ad campaigns, festivals, exhibitions and in homes and businesses around the world. Jonathan’s editorial work, has appeared in multiple publications including the Washington Post, Washington City Paper, On Tap and several websites.


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Tryst is located at 2459 18th St. NW