By Anthony Hawley
SEPT 2019 | 1 by 1
An old station wagon with wooden-siding drives across a hilly, forested landscape, grim, grey skies overhead. Telephone wires string together sections of land. In the center of the shot, a lone roadside ice-cream shop, something like a Dairy Queen precursor.
By Bartolomeo Sala
JUNE 2020 | ArtSeen
Public Images, a virtual exhibition now on view on the website of New York gallery Carriage Trade, a space that often interrogates big social and political issues, bursts precisely this frictionless conception of city-dwelling, exposing it as the ultimate illusion.