Miranda Lichtenstein, Untitled #7
2002-2005, polaroid, 5 3/16 x 4 3/16 inches
Goldman Gallery is pleased to invite you to see Miranda |
Lichtenstein at the UCLA Hammer Museum's Hammer Projects
January 28 - April 30, 2006
Miranda Lichtenstein's Polaroid photographs capture
transient, dark beauty. Taking her cues from early plant
the gardens of Giverny, and 18th-century paintings by Chardin, she
bathes the living matter in a wash of artificial golden light.
use of the most traditional elements of the still life-flowers,
fruits, and vegetables-she imbues them with a disquieting quality.
is produced, in part, by the painted backdrops in front of which she
places her subjects. Shadowy, slightly misaligned, these
subtly destabilize the traditional still-life format, blurring the
lines between what is seen and what is perceived.
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