Reminding us the artwork does not exist in a void.
Alejandro Almanza Pereda lives and works between the United States and Mexico. Known for precariously balanced large-scale sculptures that put common objects into unlikely configurations, he exhibits internationally and has had solo shows at the San Francisco Art Institute; Rubin Center, El Paso; El Eco Experimental Museum, Mexico City; College of Wooster Art Museum, Ohio; and Art in General, New York.
The dream and reality of place.
The artist’s first monograph makes a case for Jang’s place in twentieth-century photography nearly fifty years after he began making pictures…
Photographing Andy Warhol’s celebrity circle.
Awash in melancholy.
A new series of photographs tracks the Underground Railroad.
Icelandic artist Ragna Róbertsdóttir mines the land and seascapes of her country to create sparse and delicate works.
Photographic portraits that reveal and conceal.
The revealing/concealing nature of self-portraiture.
Intimate portraits of performers.
From Return to the Yakne Chitto: Houma Migrations (Neighborhood Story Project, University of New Orleans Press, 2019), a collaborative ethnography of Houma lifeways at the ends of the Louisiana bayou.
The mask as multiple levels of embodiment.