Yossi Milo Gallery presents Pike Slip to Sugar Hill, an exhibition of new photographs of New York City by John Chiara. For his second solo exhibition at the gallery, John Chiara handcrafted a custom 50″ x 40″ camera designed to capture Manhattan’s soaring verticality in kaleidoscopic color and with hyperreal clarity. Driving the enormous camera around the city in the bed of a commercial pickup truck, Chiara photographs NYC’s streets and its architecture with equal admiration for glass office towers, Beaux-Arts facades and the backsides of 19th century tenements. Through the precision barrel lens, images are projected directly onto the...
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