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Naomi Leshem

Israeli photographer Naomi Leshem’s first solo show in the U.S. consisted of two series of C-prints, both of which explore states of limbo. The first, “Sleepers” (2008-09), shows young people betwee…

Amir Zaki

The subjects of the 10 color Ultrachromes in Amir Zaki’s new series, “Relics,” are, at least nominally, lifeguard towers on beaches in Southern California. The pho­tographs—seven large prints (60 by…

David Goldblatt

In a videotaped interview with David Goldblatt that is included in his current exhibition at the Jewish Museum, the South African photographer ponders how it is possible to be decent and normal in a…

Roni Horn

Entering either the second or fourth floor of the Whitney to see “Roni Horn aka Roni Horn,” a retrospective co-organized with Tate Modern in London, viewers were greeted by one or another version of T…

Tim Davis

Tim Davis began the series of color C-prints he titled “The New Antiquity” in Rome, a city steeped in history and art, where what looks to be a pile of rocks might well turn out to be a temple site or

Florian Maier-Aichen

Florian Maier-Aichen brings a contemporary sensibility to bear on a range of historical references, from German Romantic painting to 19th-century photographs of the American West. The German-born phot…

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