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William Eggleston

Untitled, c. 1973-1978

Untitled, c. 1973-1978

+ David Zwirner

Considered the father of modern color photography, Eggleston elevated the medium to the art form that it is recognized as today. Eggleston’s novel pictorial style deftly combines vernacular subject matter with an innate and sophisticated understanding of color, form, and composition. Continue reading William Eggleston

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Jessica Rankin

Catskills Summer 2020 #3 , 2020

Catskills Summer 2020 #3 , 2020

+ White Cube

Intuitive in her approach, Rankin draws on a wide range of subjects and themes, including personal experience, memory, poetry and literature. Responding to John Cage’s adage of being ‘unfamiliar to yourself’, this new body of work emerges from what Rankin has described as ‘a place of free-fall’. ‘I wanted to not know what I was doing’ she has said, at the same time as ‘trying to keep myself off balance in the process of making.’ Continue reading Jessica Rankin