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...
Food for thought

Food for thought

Agnieszka SosnowskaThe Hunt.  Kleppjárnsstaðir, Iceland, 2009Vision Neil Folberg Gallery Agnieszka SosnowskaFeeding Ravens, Self Portrait, 2014Vision Neil Folberg Gallery Some people are disturbed by some of Agnieszka’s photographs. She wrote to me...
Ravens by the sea

Ravens by the sea

Beth Moon writes about her series Odin’s Cove: I first noticed this pair of ravens perched up in the rocks overlooking the sea while hiking to the beach at the end of the summer in 2010. This secluded part of the coastline is the end of a 3 mile hike from the...
A belt of geese in Eastern Iceland

A belt of geese in Eastern Iceland

Agnieszka Sosnowska writes about her work: Fishing, hunting, planting and gathering are considered pastimes for many people in the developed world. The pace of farming is slow, dictated by nature, economy and sheer will.  A farmer’s efforts are uncertain; such a...