Haines Gallery (San Francisco) is presenting a solo installation of Kota Ezawa’s "The History of Photography Remix". This installation includes a continuous 35mm slide projection of 40 images and in addition light boxes that reference the original slide. "The History of Photography Remix" explores our photographic history drawing iconic images from art, magazines, newspapers, and politics. Including both seminal works by important figures in the development of the photographic medium and potent photojournalistic moments, Ezawa recreates images by photographers such as Ansel Adams, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, Robert Mapplethorpe and Cindy Sherman into recognizable yet reconstructed versions of the original photograph.
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