Posts Tagged ‘robert longo’

At Adamson Gallery, a Blurring of Lines in ‘Elemental Perspectives’

Adamson Gallery's latest blurs the line—sometimes literally—between photo and photorealism.

Manufactured Underwater Landscapes at Adamson Gallery

Photographer Kim Keever has a peculiar technique that involves a 200-gallon tank of water.

“Recent Editions” at Adamson Gallery, Reviewed

Upon entering “Recent Editions” at Adamson Gallery, I was told that there is no overarching theme to the exhibit. That seems to be accurate—it’s a collection of recent works by Adamson favorites—but individually, the works by Marc Babej, Chuck Close, Robert Longo, and Gary Simmons each have something to recommend them, even if the works [...]

Reviewed: “Wild Things” at Adamson Gallery

The exhibit at Adamson Gallery may be called “Wild Things,” but beyond William Wegman’s polished Weimaraner portraits—which are charming as always (below)—the exhibit might as well be called “Dead Things.” If you don’t like being freaked out, beware the owls. The one in Jim Dine’s 1996 photogravure has an eerily lifelike eye that stares straight [...]