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...
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...
Traces by Paul Caponigro: The Aura of Process

Traces by Paul Caponigro: The Aura of Process

“I want my images to be seen not as records of things but as traces of processes.” —Paul Caponigro Paul CaponigroDried Sunflower #19, Connecticut 1970, 1970Vision Neil Folberg Gallery Ansel AdamsLeaf, Glacier Bay National Monument, 1948Vision Neil Folberg...
Georg Küttinger: Landscapes Remixed

Georg Küttinger: Landscapes Remixed

Writer Stefanie Ball introduces German photographer Georg Küttinger, who is known for his “mosaic” constructions of nature. Meticulously constructed, Küttinger’s hyperreal photographs tell us something about the nature of beauty and the power of nature.  Georg...
Three Photographers Demonstrate How “Nature Must be Obeyed”

Three Photographers Demonstrate How “Nature Must be Obeyed”

British critic Tony Warner finds nature looking back at us with well warranted suspicion in photographs by Beth Moon, Agnieszka Sosnowska, and Ronnie Setter in the show “Women of Vision” at Vision Neil Folberg Gallery. “NATURE TO BE COMMANDED MUST BE...
Neil Folberg on Harnessing Cosmic Energy through Photography

Neil Folberg on Harnessing Cosmic Energy through Photography

Through Neil Folberg’s lens, landscapes become infinite realms that resemble celestial firmaments as much as the earthly environments they depict. After an apprenticeship with Ansel Adams—which Folberg began at the age of 16—the American-born,...