Exhibitions at Yossi Milo Gallery
A group exhibition curated by Marco Breuer
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition by internationally-exhibited artist, Yuki Onodera. The artist's premiere solo U.S. show will feature artwork from two series: Transvest and The Eleventh Finger.
Ms. Onodera's ongoing Transvest series (2002-present) are life-sized gelatin silver prints of human figures in silhouette. From a distance, the figures appear to be characters easily identifiable by their clothing and gestures: a flamenco dancer, cowboy or boxer. How… more
an exhibition of hand-painted vernacular photographs from Brazil
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of color photographs by Lise Sarfati from the series The New Life (La Vie Nouvelle). The exhibition will open on October 20 and close on November 26, with a reception and book signing for the artist on Thursday, October 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be Ms. Sarfati’s first solo exhibition in the United States.
In 2003, Lise Sarfati journeyed through the United States, photographing young adults in the context of their solitary lives in t… more
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce Seven Years, an exhibition of color photographs by Trish Morrissey. The show will open on Thursday, January 6, and close on Saturday, February 26, with a reception for the artist on Thursday, February 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. This will be the artist's first solo exhibition in the United States.
Seven Years consists of large-scale color photographs that deconstruct the trope of family photography by meticulously mimicking it. In the series, the title o… more
In 1999, Soth made a road trip down the Mississippi River and found that the river functioned exceptionally well as both guide and metaphor for his own photographic interests. He has since made several trips down the River Road. The result, Sleeping by the Mississippi, is about the spirit of the river and life along its banks. Rather than narrate a specific story, Mr. Soth uses his 8” x 10” camera to photograph a distinct feeling which speaks to a particularly American understanding of freed… more
Originally trained as a painter, Ms. Lux continues to draw influence primarily from paintings by Old Masters, including works by Bronzino, Velasquez, Goya and Runge. This influence is especially apparent in Ms. Lux’s compositions. Structuring the photographs by carefully choosing the models, costumes, and backdrops, she usually composes the sorks digitally “to make them meet my ideas perfectly,” she says. Ms. Lux uses her own paintings in the backdrops, and photographs the children separat… more
The Second Floor Gallery will feature large-scale 30" x 40" Gelatin Silver Prints from Ewald's collaborative works with children, including work from a project entitled Black Self/White Self, as well as works from Saudi Arabia and the Netherlands. For almost thirty years, Ewald has explored the visual imaginations of children and adults around the world in a sustained and evolving artistic project. Starting as a documentary investigation of places and communities connected to teaching, Ewald's p… more