In his most recent (truly astounding) work Charland resumes his explorations of the natural world while at the same time continuing to push the boundaries of darkroom possibilities. As with his previous Double Index images- last seen in his exhibition, Redshift- one sheet of paper is used as both the receiver of the information and the transmitter. In this case, specifically, the water image is folded over onto the upper portion of the paper and used as a negative to print the sky.
The final exhibition under Sasha Wolf Gallery, Sasha Rudensky’s Tinsel and Blue, received terrific press notices. The show was chosen as an Artforum Critics’ Pick and selected by Aperture as one of the 5 exhibitions to see this summer! The exhibition has also been featured on Collector Daily and PDN.
Meike is the newest addition to the Sasha Wolf Projects roster of artists and we’re so thrilled to be working with her.
Please go to Meike’s artist page to view more of her work, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for all of the relevant information.
Christine Osinki has been written up by the New York Times Lens Blog in advance of her upcoming book, Summer Days Staten Island (pub. Damiani).
We are pleased to announce that Doug Fogelson has recently joined the gallery. Based in Chicago, Fogelson studied art and photography at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. Fogelson’s first exhibition with Sasha Wolf Gallery will be on view beginning March 2, 2016.
“Powell performs this balancing act between text and image masterfully, using sparse sentences to invoke and enhance the symbolic power of his imagery.”
– Aaron Schumann for TIME Lightbox
We are pleased to announce that Paul McDonough has been selected to receive a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. McDonough will use the grant to develop a new body of studio work. Christine Osinski was also awarded a grant from the Foundation earlier this year to complete a book featuring her Staten Island photographs.