ART SINSABAUGH: “Life on the Road: Art Sinsabaugh’s Midwest Landscapes” (2005)

Afterimage, July-August, 2005 by Stephen Longmire If Edward Hopper had been a photographer, he might have been Art Sinsabaugh. Both are poets of the ordinary, of the inhabited but often unpeopled landscape, sociologists of the visual with a magical realist touch. And both take as opportunities for their pictures the way the world opens itself […]

STIEGLITZ & STEICHEN: “Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen’s Legacy” (2001)

The Family of Stieglitz and Steichen – Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen’s Legacy By Jonathan Weinberg, Art in America, September 2001 Exhibitions in New York and Washington recently presented the intertwined and contentious histories of two emblematic figures of 20th-century American modernism. One night in late May 1914, Alfred Stieglitz began to muse about the […]

RYAN FOERSTER: Black and Blue…

Ryan Foerster’s dimly lit photographs seem to heave and slowly move with the warm organic breath of a human chest while emanating out of the paper a moist human scent. Friends and lovers melt off of the photographs and out to the viewer from somewhere deep… hidden beneath layers of color, layers of liquid and […]