On display at the gallery now! Matthew Sleeth’s series, 12 Views of Mount Fuji, was conceived as a photographic homage to the pre-photographic perspective of woodbock artist Katsushika #Hokusai’s Thirty-six Views of #MountFuji. Sleeth’s images address questions of viewpoint and distance, while placing them in a contemporary context.

On display at the gallery now! Matthew Sleeth’s series, 12 Views of Mount Fuji, was conceived as a photographic homage to the pre-photographic perspective of woodbock artist Katsushika #Hokusai’s Thirty-six Views of #MountFuji. Sleeth’s images address questions of viewpoint and distance, while placing them in a contemporary context.

"Austrian artist Gabi Trinkaus depicts with her collages how to unravel superficiality to find the depths of social misbeliefs. The oversized artworks appear from a distance like portraits of flawless women and men, yet on a closer look, the layers reveal cracks in the mask. Cut out pages and snippets of glossy magazines serve as her material to underline the subject matter.”

"Austrian artist Gabi Trinkaus depicts with her collages how to unravel superficiality to find the depths of social misbeliefs. The oversized artworks appear from a distance like portraits of flawless women and men, yet on a closer look, the layers reveal cracks in the mask. Cut out pages and snippets of glossy magazines serve as her material to underline the subject matter.”

Great article in the Hartford Courant about the exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art.