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What Is a Photograph?
“What is a photograph?” is the title of the current exhibition at New York’s International Center of Photography, and, to the eye of curator Carol Squiers, the question is open-ended. Featuring 21 artists working over the past four decades, the show includes prints that have been painted over (
), photograms (Floris Neusüss), photos-cum-light sculptures (
), prints that have gone for a long dip in the lake (Matthew Brandt), all manner of Internet-aided and digitally-manipulated pictures, and enormous scrolls of photo paper exposed to chemical spray (
) that loop down from the ceiling. In other words, everyone passes—at times literally—with flying colors.
“What Is a Photograph?” is on view through May 4, 2014, at New York’s International Center of Photography, 1133 Ave of Americas.
February 11, 2014 05:48 PM
Grays Lake, ID 7
, 2013. Photograph courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York.
SLIDE SHOW WILL CONTINUE IN SECONDS