Photographer Edward Burtynsky’s Manufactured Landscapes of electronic waste mountains and factory worker borgs had gloriously scared the shit out of us. Now he’s back with his newest, most abstract series. He’s shot Dryland Farming from 2,000 feet above northeastern Spain where people are trying to grow things while nature says “no” — juxtaposed patches desolate and forcefully fertile soil, drought-defiled ravines and the rare river. It’s the Abstract Expressionism of photojournalism! “Dryland Farming,” Edward Burtynsky, Oct 26 – Dec 10, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NYC