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Nadav Kander (b. 1961)

Elizabeth Ferran

František Kupka (1871-1957)

Georges Mathieu (1921-2012)


Second Avenue, 1957
oil on canvas


Composition, 1960
Oil on canvas


SCIA, 1969
gouche and collage on black box

Georges Matthieu was a French abstract painter, and considered one of the founders of lyrical abstraction. Lyrical abstraction, in contrast to geometric abstraction, is known for its organic forms and lack of premeditation by the artist. There is no reliance on preexisting shapes or reference.

David Benjamin Sherry (b. 1981)


Dry Spell, Death Valley, California, 2014
Gelatin silver print


Sunrise on Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley, California, 2013
Traditional darkroom color photograph


Winter Sunrise over Yosemite Valley, Yosemite, California, 2013
Traditional darkroom color photograph

David Benjamin Sherry’s series of monochromatic photographs of the American West drew inspiration from Group f/64 – a collective formed in 1932 including photographers Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Ruth Bernhard and other notables. While they scorned photo manipulation, Sherry manipulated his photography through a darkroom process to create a more colorful version of the West.

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