(L) Zoo Environs 4828_1, (R) Zoo Environs 4828_0, 2013, 16 x 20 inch inkjet prints
from Naturalia at Co-Lab Projects. Closes Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edition of 10, 8x10 silver gelatin prints available through Co-Lab Projects.
While researching lenses, I came across this customer sample image from DI Wu.
ICP steps into the matrix.
“A Different Kind of Order,” the fourth International Center of Photography triennial, which opens on May 17th, includes work by twenty-eight emerging and established artists. Curated by Kristen Lubben, Christopher Phillips, Carol Squiers, and Joanna Lehan, the show includes huge range of work in the photographic medium, from video, sculpture, and collage to straight photography and photograms. “If one looks back at ‘Strangers: The First I.C.P. Triennial,’ from 2003, the enormous changes that have taken place in our medium become apparent,” the curator Joanna Lehan told me. “Some segments of a traditional photography audience might feel threatened or dismissive of these changes, but I find it a revealing and deeply rewarding exercise to examine them every three years. One learns so much about what’s happening not only in our medium but also in culture at large.”
—Jessie Wonder. Here is a selection from the exhibit, followed by a Q. & A. with Joanna Lehan: http://nyr.kr/10ZxvlL
David Scanavino at Klaus von Nichtssagend #nofilter (at Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery)