Friday, April 1, 2016

Wide Walls Reviews Cynthia Greig's Upcoming Exhibition "Exhibitionism"

Gagosian, W. 24th Street, 2012 © Cynthia Greig /
Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery

Natalie P of Wide Walls reviews Cynthia Greig's exhibition "Exhibitionism" which opens tomorrow and runs until April 30th, 2016.  

"A witty semiotic game presents itself in the work of Cynthia Greig. The American photographer explores the spaces of various contemporary art galleries, exposing their fundamental physical features. Through a series of photographs and videos, the artist puts the exhibition spaces themselves on display, letting the aesthetics and the essence of the white cube have the upper hand. The minimalist photographs showcase the interior spaces as if they were landscapes or parts of some artificial terrain, which appear to be the subject, rather than secondary elements standing in the background that they usually are. In addition, she names her upcoming exhibition Exhibitionism, which makes the dual nature of the exhibition even more compelling." - Natalie P, Wide Walls, April 2016

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