Archives for posts tagged ‘photogram’

Jerry Birchfield

Jerry Birchfield Work from his oeuvre. “Back and fill is a term that refers to a series of small movements for maneuvering a sailboat through a narrow area. It is also an idiom that refers to reneging on a previous statement or promise. It is appropriate here for describing the work of Jerry Birchfield, as […]

Claudia Angelmaier

Claudia Angelmaier Work from Works on Paper. I encountered Angelmaier’s work the other day at Galerie Alexandra Saheb, this work is (as I am sure has been said) strongly remiscent of Robert Heinecken’s Recto / Verso. Now, this is a very basic and aesthetic observation, as I think the conceptual concerns are different, albeit with […]

Matthew Gamber

Matthew Gamber¬† Work from This is (still) the Golden Age “As one of the first photographic methods, the photogram was empirically valued for its ability to trace an object by direct contact. To view a photogram is to witness the recent absence of an object that had touched the paper. The need to experience that […]