Lynn Stern “Signs Half Seen” Opening March 1st

We are pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of Lynn Stern’s recent work, Signs Half Seen at our gallery located at 16 East 79th Street on the second floor. The opening will take place on Thursday evening, March 1st, between 5 and 8pm. The exhibition will be on view through April 12th.

Signs Half Seen will comprise selections from three recent series of Stern’s work – Beyond Bones, Full Circle, and Ghost Circle. The show is a stunning culmination of her accomplished photographic career over the past three decades.

Over this period she has had eight gallery shows and five museum shows nationally and internationally. Her works are included in eleven public collections and there are five monographs on her work.

Lynn Stern’s majestic photographs are meditations on life, energy, and light, the viewer’s relationship and interpretations to luminosity and its key role in our visual language. Peaceful and meditative, yet highly intellectual and psychologically dynamic and questioning, these images put the subject of light at the forefront – a position traditionally not occupied by what many view as a supporting characteristic of photographic imagery. Light, always natural, becomes a character in Stern’s introspective photographic investigations in a way that forces the viewer to look inward and question his being in relationship to the world.

Here’s a sneak peak of a few images from the show:

“Beyond Bones 06-60,” 2006 – 2010, Archival Inkjet Pigment Print

“Ghost Circles 04-53,” 2004 – 2007, Archival Inkjet Pigment Print

“Full Circle 06-54,” 2006-2009, Archival Inkjet Pigment Print


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