Warning: parse_url(http:///art-bridge.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ArtBridge-Another-New-York_Release2.pdf) [function.parse-url]: Unable to parse URL in /home/content/76/3271376/html/wp-content/plugins/simple-lightbox/controller.php on line 561
Another New York
Featuring the works of:
- Irina Rozovsky
- Matthew Schenning
- Luke Swenson
- Wendy Whitesell
- Jason John Würm
About the Artists
nathan lee bush
With the recent arrival of mobile photography, a perfect confluence of technological shifts adequately bridged for him production, post-production and distribution into a frictionless method of shooting and sharing. As former large and medium format shooter, the considerable sacrifice in image quality and control has been offset by the seamless workflow and directness of photographic experience he is now afforded.
In his work, he is interested in the thingness of things – aesthetic phenomena in time – removed from the hierarchy of narrative project-based photography, which he feels belongs to a bygone era.
Frezza has exhibited at The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY; Keller Gallery at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; Flux Factory, Queens, NY; Raccolte Frugone Museum, Genoa, Italy; and Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has participated in artist residencies at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY; and the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT. Frezza has been featured in several publications including New American Paintings, Arts in Bushwick, AiB Radio, Brooklyn Magazine, and Time Out New York. Currently, he has an exhibition, A Controlled Wild, on view until July 28 at Wave Hill in the Bronx with his collaborator Terri Chiao as part of Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space.
Darren is currently working on a candid portrait project that explores the unwitting interaction of people and the constructed urban environment, whilst continuing his seemingly ceaseless sound system and Straight-Up projects. Obsessed with random encounters and phenomenal natural light he finds himself extremely busy with the abundance of both in New York City.
Barry’s work has always had a decidedly graphic look. He brings a sense of humanity and intimacy to his photographs. His portraits have appeared in Interview, Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times. His advertising clients have included: NBC News, Jeep, Nicorette, Tylenol and many others.
Barry‘s fine art images can be found in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the Springfield Museum of Fine Art Springfield, Massachusetts. Barry is a resident of Lower Manhattan, along with his wife and daughter.