• Between Photography and Sculpture

    23 days ago - By Aesthetica

    In April 1970, Museum of Modern Art, New York, opened a landmark show. Titled Photography into Sculpture , it was marketed as “the first comprehensive survey of photographically formed images used in a sculptural or fully dimensional manner.” The exhibition featured more than 50 artworks, including Robert Heinecken's (1931-2006) illusionist film and plexiglass puzzles, and three-dimensional landscape prints by Ellen Brooks. The Curator, Peter C. Bunnell, defined these multidisciplinary pieces as “beyond those of the traditional print, or what may be termed ‘flat' work.”
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