Fresh art at San Diego International Airport

Three new temporary art exhibits have opened at San Diego International Airport.

In Carnival, Christine Witnik’s black and white photographs are colored with septia tones and hand-painting to create the images of rides, games, toys and environments found at circuses, street fairs and amusement parks from around the world.
Look for it in Terminal 2 East – Gate 22 (post-security) through October 2012

Elsewhere, the San Diego History Center has put together large print photography, objects and artifacts that explore the history of San Diego’s famous fishing industry. (In Terminal 2 East/West Corridor & Terminal 2 West (post-security), through September 2012) and in Children of the Sun, Natasha Kozlova presents portraits of children diagnosed with autism. (Terminal 2 East – Gate 23, Post-security, through October 2012.)

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