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Youmans – Feuerstein – O’Connor
February 28, 2014 - March 31, 2014Free
Lois Youmans: In her recent work, Vitreous Humor, Lois Youmans returns to photographing dolls. However, the battered antique dolls are now accompanied by medical illustrations from 1916. the illustrations are brightly colored, simple to understand, and unintentionally funny. The pairing of these objects results in strangely whimsical imagery without any pretense of having a deeper meaning.
Barry Feuerstein: In Waiting for Godot Feurerstein states, “Abstract Art is the essence and an intrinsic part of all art. A painting or photograph may appear to represent something tangible and “real,” but the nature of Abstract Art is to go beyond the real to depict an object as a combination of color, texture & form. The spirituality and transcendence of the images are but a fleeting moment in time, an existential experience.”
Thom O’Connor: Hung Out to Dry is a colorful, playfully-engaging series of images of shadows of pedestrians, informally assembled on a clothesline. Shadow People, hung out to dry.