An-My Lê

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Reality Check   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Seung Woo Back, Zoe Beloff, Thomas Demand, Mark Dion, Leandro Erlich, Omer Fast, Cao Fei, John Gerrard, Johan Grimonprez, Iris Haussler, Jonn Herschend, Pierre Huyghe, Bertrand Lavier, An-My Lê, Joel Lederer, Sharon Lockhart, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Eva and Franco Mattes, Yes Me, Jonathan Monk, Vik Muniz, Trevor Paglen, Walid Raad, Dario Robleto, Eve Sussman, Mary Temple, Ai Weiwei at SITE Santa Fe July 8th, 2012 - January 6th, 2013
Posted 8/15/12
From the flash and swagger of Vegas, to the manicured, lamppost-lined Main Street of Disneyland, we are proffered up a regular cultural diet of distorted, exaggerated versions of reality. The hyperreal seeps into even the most mundane crannies of our existence: our newspapers, breakfast cereal, tennis shoes, and coupon-clippings. Everywhere you turn there is something to buy, sniff, gnaw on, or run your finger along the sides of that has that certain smack of the real, that kind of chewy,... [more]
The Disturbing Truth of War   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Robert Capa, Paul Chan, Omer Fast, An-My Lê, Gerda Taro, Geert van Kesteren at Barbican Art Gallery October 17th, 2008 - January 25th, 2009
Posted 1/11/09
        The photography and video responses to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq on the ground floor of the Barbican Art Gallery are in provocative juxtaposition with the early twentieth-century photographic works of Robert Capa and his lover Gerda Taro in the upstairs section of the gallery.The works of four photographers/video makers: An-My Lê, Omar Fast, Geert van Kesteren, and Paul Chan see the wars through very different lenses, and consequently, have four very different visions of the... [more]
An-My Lê: Events Ashore   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
An-My Lê at Murray Guy April 26th, 2008 - June 14th, 2008
Posted 5/11/08
  Renowned photographer An-My Lê presents works from the recent series in her current solo exhibition at Murray Guy.  These photographs continue Lê’s exploration into the manner by which humans invest a landscape with their own values and objectives.  The works depict her travels to the coasts of Antarctica, Australia, California, Iraq, Japan, and Kuwait between the years 2005 and 2008, where she tracked scientific... [more]
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