Eli Lotar, Détails très grossis du rostre de la tête d’une crevette, 1929
Eli Lotar, Détails très grossis du rostre de la tête d’une crevette, 1929 

Abstraction

27/11/2018 - 26/01/2019

GITTERMAN 
41 East 57 Street, Suite 1103 
 
10022 New York

www.gittermangallery.com   

 
Gitterman gallery presents Abstraction.
"Since my days as a college student, I have been fascinated by different approaches to abstraction in the history of art. I was especially intrigued by how a photographer could make an image of something recognizable or familiar and make it so much more, both confounding and broadening our expectations and experiences of the real world. Many years later, I am still drawn to the photographic expression of abstraction because of the medium's inherent tie to the real, to a specific frame of reference found in the world we live. No matter how abstract a photographic image is, there remains a connection to something that existed, even if that thing is only light itself. I view great abstraction in photography as a reminder of the wonder that exists in our world, much of which we don't observe in our daily lives."