Posts Tagged ‘Voyeurism’

Perchance to Dream at Andrea Meislin Gallery

Adi Nes, Untitled, 1999 Digital C-print

Perchance to Dream, a group exhibition on view at New York’s Andrea Meislin Gallery, features twenty-five international¬†artists’ photographs that relate to the Shakespeare¬†quote referenced in the show’s title. We see napping children, embracing couples in bed, homeless men on the street, passed-out teenagers on the beach, and even an abandoned, sleeping dog. We also see the strange addition of soiled and torn mattress “landscapes,” presented[.....]

Jaap Pieters at Spectacle

How art can reveal the truth is a debate that will never end. Depending on who you ask, fidelity has been correlated with formal abstraction’s ability to reveal raw feelings, the eye’s capability to expose ontic faithfulness, or sometimes the artworks function in the social or political spheres. Some artists try to reveal truth, wherever they see it. Often unwilling to limit what makes truth,[.....]