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May 7 - 27 . 2022


The Photography of JONATHAN CASTELLINO
Fred Herzog & others


 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

still.point
30 x 45 archival print, ed.3

Artist: Jonathan Castellino | Title: still.point

 

 

 

Lux presents significant photographic works by Jonathan Castellino and other championed artists of the medium. Preeminent figures like Fred Herzog (1930-2019), Diana Thorneycroft, and more join the exhibition, highlighting the consummate artistry of these photographers and their unequivocal vision.

 

 

 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

darkness.is.the.only.solvent
25.5 x 45 archival print, ed.3

Artist: Jonathan Castellino | Title: darkness.is.the.only.solvent

 

 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

over.due
30 x 45 archival print, ed.3

Artist: Jonathan Castellino | Title: over.due

 

 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

post.industrial (an homage to the Detroit Industry Murals of Diego Rivera)
34 x 34 archival print, ed.3

Artist: Jonathan Castellino | Title: •  JONATHAN CASTELLINO post.industrial (an homage to the Detroit Industry Murals of Diego Rivera)

 

 

"The task of the artist, then, is to force us to re-see the ordinary – that collection of things which we have replaced with place-holders. In this way, we are able to see that every single thing can be raised up, as it were, can be re-seen, as if for the first time."

Jonathan Castellino, On Art and Aesthetics, 2020

 

 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

another.day.in.paradise
30 x 45 archival print, ed.3

JONATHAN CASTELLINO   another.day.in.paradise

 

 

JONATHAN CASTELLINO

 

could.I.be.the.sky
25.5 x 45 archival print, ed.3

JONATHAN CASTELLINO   could.I.be.the.sky

 

 

FRED HERZOG (1930-2019)

 

Three Theatres (1957)
18 x 11.75 archival pigment print, ed. 20/20

FRED HERZOG (1930-2019)  Three Theatres

 

 

FRED HERZOG (1930-2019)

 

The Staircase (1958)
16.25 x 12 archival pigment print, ed. 5/20

FRED HERZOG (1930-2019) The Staircase

 

 

CANDIDA HÖFER

 

Palais Garnier Paris VIII (2004)
48.75 x 47.25 chromogenic print, ed. 3/6
signed and numbered

CANDIDA HÖFER b. 1944 | Germany Palais Garnier Paris VIII

 


DIANA THORNEYCROFT

 

Avro Arrow at Sombre Hill (2009)
24 x 30 digital chromogenic print, ed. 8/20

DIANA THORNEYCROFT Avro Arrow at Sombre Hill

 

 

RICKY POWELL (1961-2021)

 

My lucky messenger bike, West Broadway, NYC, 1986
I used to get up a little bit but I was a toy and I knew my place (unlike some jerkos today).

6.5 x 9.5

 

 

 

Please contact us for a catalogue of available photographs in the exhibition.

 

 


 

 
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