Diane Cook and Len Jenshel

FRIDAY, March 9th, 2018  7:30PM

San Francisco Art Institute Osher Lecture Hall

800 Chestnut Street San Francisco, CA

Lecture: $15.00 general admission

students with/current ID admitted free


© Diane Cook & Len Jenshel    Great Basin National Park, NV

Diane Cook

Diane Cook and Len Jenshel are two of America’s foremost landscape photographers.                                                                                                  Their work has been published in National Geographic, Audubon, GEO, On Earth, The New Yorker, Fortune, and many others. Their work is represented in over one hundred museums and collections worldwide and has been exhibited internationally including the Yokohama Museum in Tokyo, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the International Center of Photography.  They have received fellowships from the  Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Graham Foundation, the Design Trust for Public Space, and the New York State Council on the Arts. Publications include– Travels in the American WestHot Spots: America’s Volcanic Landscape, Aquarium and Wise Trees.   Diane and Len live and work in New York City.



All photos below © Diane Cook and Len Jenshel

Little Bay Park, New York City (Queens), NY

Arlington Marsh, New York City (Staten Island), NY

Pepsi Cola Sign, Queens West Developement, Long Island City, New York City (Queens), NY

St Helens Lake (Mount St Helens in background), Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, WA


Mural of Mount St Helens & Spirit Lake (before 1980 eruption), Castle Rock, WA


The crater after an Autumn snow, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, WA


Tumbleweed & cattle guard & Road Closed sign, near entrance to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, AZ

A crew from the Weed Hazard and Pest Management Bureau of the County of Los Angeles clearing giant tumbleweeds from a hillside in East Los Angeles, CA

Backyard of Heirloom Rose subdivision inundated with tumbleweeds, Lancaster, CA


At dusk, a Minuteman's chair and telescope at Patriot Point, a lookout on the U.S.-Mexico border in Campo, California.


Upended railroad tracks serve as a border fence between Tijuana, Mexico and California, marking the western extent of the U.S.-Mexico border as it reaches the Pacific Ocean.


A U.S. Border Patrol entry door in the wall between the United States and Mexico in San Ysidro, California.


Shanty Town, Quebrada Alta, near Lima,Peru


Dolu Goldher collecting clay to repair his cyclone-damaged house, Khuriakhali Village, Bangladesh


Traffic jam at Giulistan Mosjid Market, Dhaka, Bangladesh