Channeling the Unseen World will feature recent sculpture of Strong-Cuevas and photographs from photographer Christophe von Hohenberg’s upcoming book The White Album of the Hamptons (Glitterati Editions). In the foreword Jay McInerney writes of this recent body of von Hohenberg’s work, “The ghostly figures on the sand, silhouetted against the surf and the sky, might be famous New Yorkers, but their individuating characteristics have been bleached away by the sun and the figurative squint of the observer. (Although curiously, the dogs seem to have personalities.) The humans have become anonymous and diminished against the overwhelming backdrop of the ocean. These...
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