The famed photographer presents two new series of works: "Refineries" and "Gas Stations." As their titles suggest, these projects deal with the petroleum industry, depicting the points of gasoline's production and consumption, respectively. However, these images aren't of the places themselves. Instead, they are shots of elaborately hand-built scale models, constructed out of cardboard and tin cans, as well as such recycled petroleum by-products as egg cartons and hair curlers. The results are remarkably lifelike.