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Now Here Then by Huger Foote featured in ART SY

Friday November 13, 2015

by Alexandra Alexa

"The stories within Huger Foote’s images don’t stop with the still moments he captures on film.  For the new body of work in “Now Here Then,” currently on view at David Lusk Gallery, the artist sifted through his extensive archive of discarded images, looking for past moments that could be revived and given a new future. Between 2005 and 2008, Foote lived with and worked into the found images by exposing them to a combination of physical weathering and experimental editing processes, the result of which is a series of rough, tactile artifacts that bear the scars of time...

Landscapes by Lele Sevari and The Newsstand Featured in FANTOM

Friday November 6, 2015

By Fantom

"On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, MoMA’s longstanding exhibition series New Photographyis expanding to 19 artists and artist collectives from 14 countries, and includes works made specifically for this exhibition.
Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015 will be on view from November 7, 2015 to March 20, 2016, throughout the entirety of the Museum’s Edward Steichen Photography Galleries, The Agnes Gund Garden Lobby and the Museum’s Bauhaus Staircase.
This year’s edition explores contemporary photo-based culture, specifically focusing on connectivity, the circulation of images, information networks, and communication models.

Probing the effects of an image-based post-Internet reality, Ocean of Images examines various ways of experiencing...

Now Here Then featured in the Tennessean

Monday October 5, 2015

By Megan Kelley

"With the turning leaves, autumn brings with it themes of resilience and re-envisioning as part of the October/November exhibitions at David Lusk Gallery Nashville: Huger Foote’s "Now Here Then," celebrating the release of Foote’s second monograph publication through a series of archival pigment prints,and "Time of Day," Vadis Turner’s first solo exhibition at David Lusk featuring a series of textile-based works, small fabric and mixed media collages, and new large fabric/paint/resin works."

Danny's Lot by Jocko Weyland featured in Vice Magazine

Wednesday August 5, 2015

By Jonathan Smith

"If you lived in New York City in 2009, you remember the stories about the "dumpster pools" set up in an undisclosed lot somewhere in Gowanus, Brooklyn. They were the stuff of legend. New York in the summer is basically a crematory made out of asphalt and trash, so when rumors of an oasis amid the warehouses in south Brooklyn began to circulate, things escalated quickly. The now-defunct DIY magazine ReadyMade broke the dumpster pool story but withheld the location in a nice attempt at keeping the small space under wraps. After ricocheting around the Brooklyn blogosphere for a couple...