In this series presented by Joseph Bellows Gallery, Charles Johnstone chronicles thirty four of New York City’s ubiquitous basketball courts. His love for the game, and with a nod to Ed Ruscha’s classic Thirtyfour Parking Lots, Johnstone’s photographs are straight forward and precise. His thoughtful and practiced use of color brings a subtle, but luminous glow to his images. The thirty four images that comprise this series can be seen here: https://www.josephbellows.com/artists/charles-johnstone-thirty-four-basketball-courts Joseph Bellows Gallery 7661 Girard Avenue La Jolla CA 92037 www.josephbellows.com
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