The psychedelic landscapes of Terri Loewenthal at Jackson Fine Art recall a time before Instagram, when Holga-induced light leaks created the distorted world we always craved. Capturing the rolling mountain ranges and sparkling oceans of California, these Psychscapes question everything from traditional landscape photography to Instagram effects like Lo-Fi and Vignette. Delving further into a world of artificial saturation, the works of the French photographer Reine Paradis at Galerie Catherine et André Hug are clearly influenced by a post-Instagram world. Storyboarding her locations before shooting humorous fashion-meets-lifestyle stills, she reduces her images to a tri-color, neon palette. In depictions of a two-dimensional fantasy life, cyan palm trees, cobalt swimming pools, and neon green airplanes critique jet-setter aspirations.