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Agnieszka Sosnowska

Agnieszka Sosnowska

We think that Agnieszka is one of the most compelling and original contemporary artists that we have seen. She draws on a rich photographic documentary tradition to create her own world that unites her character and personality with a presence on the land. At Vision...

“Macedonia 1971”

“Macedonia 1971”

With a grant and letters of introduction from the Chancellor's Office of the University of California, Berkeley and under the direction of master photographer William Garnett, Neil Folberg at age 21 set out for the Socialist Republic of Macedonia in April 1971 to...

About Degas’ Little Dancer, Marie & her sordid

About Degas’ Little Dancer, Marie & her sordid

In a recent article on Artsy, the sordid story of Degas' Little Dancer is recounted. Neil Folberg dealt with these issues when he made a series of photographs based on the work of the French Impressionist painters in 2003. These images were later published in the...

Documenting Imagination

Documenting Imagination

One afternoon at the AIPAD Photography Show last April in New York, photographer Beth Moon walked into our booth with artist Jennifer Schlesinger. Jennifer and I, it turns out, have something in common: we are both working artists and we both own and manage...

Nature as Artifice

Nature as Artifice

William Meyers discusses the exhibition "Taking Measure" by Neil Folberg at Flomenhaft Gallery, New YorkThe first thing to be said about Neil Folberg’s photographs is that they are beautiful. Roger Scruton, the British philosopher, says in his book Beauty that...

Neil Folberg’s Layers

Neil Folberg’s Layers

There is a poetic nature to Neil Folberg’s approach, particularly with his landscapes—in the presentation of colors and the contrast of planes from foreground to background. The works reveal themselves gradually, adding to their depth and meaning. Folberg’s attention...