Political Abstraction is the name of a recent series by Ralph Gibson of color and black and white photographic diptychs, exhibitied in Mary Boon Gallery, New York, through October 31st, 2015. In these works the viewer experiences several simultaneous visual motions dealing with the migration of color and shape across seemingly simple imagery. The series has been born out of...
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