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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