Posts tagged: photography
Ryan McGinley’s very pretty new High Line Billboard commission, “Blue Falling” (2007), on view through April 30.
A photo from Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen’s “Eyes Big as Plates” series, which they recently discussed in a talk at Pioneer Works (formerly The Intercourse) that I attended and wrote about.
A Rachel de Joode photo-sculpture from her solo show, The Hole and the Lump (through March 17), at Interstate Projects.
Great juxtaposition of Richard Artschwager’s “Cerise” (2002, left) and Edward Mapplethorpe’s “Michael Anthony Fisher” (2011, right), in the permanent collection galleries of the Fisher Landau Center for Art.
Sabine Hornig’s “Verspiegelter Raum / Mirrored Room” (2011) from her new exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Transparent Things (through February 23), which I reviewed in one sentence this week.
Paola Pivi’s High Line Billboard, “Untitled (zebras)” (2012), came down yesterday, but it was one of the program’s best pieces to date.
A hugeBarbara Kruger piece, “Talk to Me,” in the Collection Lambert’s current exhibition, Les chefs-d’oeuvre de la donation Yvon Lambert (through November 11).
Elad Lassry’s photo installation “Women (065, 055)” (2012) is the latest High Line Billboard commission (through September 7).
One of many strong works in PPOW Gallery’s new group show, Earth Works: Ten Artists on Land and Industry (through July 27), was this photo-and-concrete piece by Letha Wilson, “Altogether at Once” (2011).
The inaugural pop-up shipping photography festival in Brooklyn Bridge Park Photoville (through July 1) is full of (mostly) strong work, including this piece by by Terrance James in the Parsons shipping container.