Justin Leonard, Broken Window, York, AL, 2008 . “…where the action of the camera stops and smears simultaneously the forms it describes.” In this landscape, Leonard uses the camera as a paintbrush, with no plan, intentional mistakes, restrained color palette and askew composition.
Catharine Maloney, Flower and Joe, “This series of work is about movement, gesture and having men who are skinny take their shirts off for me.”
The Yale MFA Photography 2009 show at Gallery 339 is on view through the end of August – if you have never visited this showcase of cutting edge fine art photography, now is the time to investigate what, as one artist put it, “the current generation” of the photographers.
Congratulations to Sarah Stolfa on the publication of her book, The Regulars, by Artisan books.