The season starts with Hellen van Meene at Yancey Richardson. Haunting, these small photographs are some of the best I’ve seen this month. Maya Lin at Pacewildenstein: Given that her piece is in the same exact place and uses a similar concept (everyday components, in this case 2×4 wood cuttings–arranged to appear like a mountainous
The new site has been designed to present work and navigation easily, clearly and cleanly; scrolling left to right emphasizes the narrative nature of the work, and gives the feel of turning pages.
“On the edge of somewhere,” continues to explore intimate and emotional relations between couples. I focus on unguarded moments showing a couple eating, resting, talking, feeling bored, listless, being sexual, et cetera—living—to capture intimate psychological and emotional feelings between two people. I see what is in front of me, feel an emotional and visceral connection,
Visual Aid [after]life exhibition, October 2009 Images will be included in Visual Aids [after]life exhibition.
Through the Lens: Photography from the Lowe Art Museum, Miami June 27-October 4, 2009 One of my photographs is included in the Lowe Museum’s show, “Through the Lens: Photography from the Lowe Art Museum.” The show highlights their extensive photography holdings, which range from the early days of the medium to the present. A beautiful
The Bakery, Westbrook, Maine October 2009 I’ll be Artist-in-Residence for a about two weeks to print new work starting in October at the Bakery in Westbrook, Maine.
October 6, 8pm I will be giving a lecture about my work at the Bakery in Westbrook, Maine.
The tiny outport of Grand Bruit on the southwest coast of Newfoundland, where about 30 people live is moving. The school closed in 2007, as did the post office, so it seemed inevitable. But its a shame because it is one of the most amazing places I’ve ever been. Since it is only reachable by boat,