The 3rd Rail, a site-specific installation by photo giant Clay Patrick McBride, will open at Foley Gallery this week; part of the gallery’s ongoing storefront window curatorial series. McBride sculpts and pastes his black and white 35mm photographs of people riding the NYC subway to replicate a sense of anxiety and anonymity. The work, exhibited inside the long glass corridor windows on either side of the Gallery entranceway, is meant to convey the subway rider’s dark and chaotic claustrophobia experience.
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