The opening exhibition for the new space, Higher Pictures, "Photography Is" presents a reflection about contemporary photography as a complex procedure and independent discipline. Joshua Citarella’s work “Hourglass and Apples and Oranges” is on display, a picture representing his interrogations and the notion of intervention on a picture. He introduces formal elements into still life. A hanging sand-timer evokes time, a chromatic plate floats in front of a multicolored mosaic, two fruits imported from classical painting dialogue with a partially painted nude, geometrical forms defy gravity and perspective, and an upheaval of proportions redefines the traditional function of each object.
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