Archives for posts tagged ‘photograph’

Anna-Sophie Berger

Anna-Sophie Berger Work from KE-17 JIGSAW KE-03 LARGE PINKING KE-24 SCALLOP KE-16 POSTAL “The same images that are made into photographs are also reproduced onto silk scarfs of the exact same size. The difference between the two objects lies within their haptic reality, their ideal value in terms of fashion versus art, merchandise versus edition, handcrafted […]

Yuri Pattison

Yuri Pattison Work from focal-plane “Son Gallery are pleased to present Yuri Pattison’s solo exhibition ‘focal-plane’. In the installation, traditional museum vitrines are used as a display area for screens playing video material. This includes found video from nuclear surveys, carried out in the aftermath  of the Japanese earthquake in 2011, a series of shots […]

Meriç Algün Ringborg

Meriç Algün Ringborg Work from The Risk of Being in Public “The risk of being in public is accidentally appearing on a photograph.” -Diane Arbus “The Risk of Being in Public is a yearlong journal containing 136 notations where each account describes a photograph taken in public by an unknown person in which the artist has noticed […]

Tanja Lazetic

Tanja Lazetic Work from Nine Swimming Pools behind Broken Glass. “I found some photos of bathers in swimming pools in some old Yugoslavian tourist brochures. They were taken at more or less the same time American artist Edward Ruscha took his photographs of swimming pools for his book Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass […]

Sreshta Rit Premnath

Sreshta Rit Premnath Work from The Last Image. “The Last Image draws parallels between the death-drive that spurs urban development and that which fuels image making and meaning making in general, by using the figure of a property developer and builder from Bangalore, M. S. Ramaiah (1922-1997), who is said to have believed that he […]

Viktoria Binschtok

Viktoria Binschtok Work from her oeuvre. “In her image cycles Viktoria Binschtok traces the paradoxes of daily life – sometimes she observes the accumulation of the trade mark LVNY in our urban street setting, sometimes she reveals the traces of an ever increasing need based community at the job center or points to the separation […]

Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard Work from You see I am here afterall. “The cards Leonard has amassed range in date from the early 1900s, when postcards were first allowed by the U.S. Postal Service, to the post-War era, when they had become a ubiquitous part of the American travel experience. Along with other reproductive media, postcards contributed […]

Sreshta Rit Premnath

Sreshta Rit Premnath Works from A Cage Went in Search of a Bird. “In this series of photographic interventions images culled from the US Navy’s website, linked to the operations being carried out against pirates in Somalia, are cropped, cut, reassembled and reframed under the headings “Surrender” and “Surround.” The lexicon of the sublime landscape is […]

Jason Kraus

Jason Kraus Work from his show at RENTAL. “Using the spectacle of a motor vehicle crash as a stand in for the spectacle of art making, Kraus has created a new body of work that investigates modes of production and audience. The exhibition at Rental in New York consists of sculptures made from pieces of […]