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Wrestling Youth

by Kirsten Bengtson-Lykoudis
          Israeli-born photographer Michal Chelbin tackles youth head on at Andrea Meislin Gallery in Chelsea. Her contemplative medium-format color photographs in the exhibition The Black Eye depict young Ukranian and Russian athletes against a backdrop of peeling painted walls. With the exception of two wrestlers locked in an arm hold and a teenager shouldering an exhausted young girl like a 21st century Madonna, her subjects are isolated within the frame, meeting the viewer’s gaze.... [more]
Posted by Kirsten Bengtson-Lykoudis on 10/10/10
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Mao's Women

by Yalle Amir
Inspired by Mao’s statement that calls for an end to gender inequality, Lili Almog journeyed to the depths of China to document women of diverse backgrounds and societal functions. Beginning in 2006, she traveled to the remote provinces of Yunnan, Henan, Shaanxi, and Sichuan to locate minority communities, in turn revealing the idiosyncrasies inherent to the Chinese female population.   The project is sectioned into six sub-categories: Muslim Chinese (), tile factory workers (Factory),... [more]
Posted by Yalle Amir on 5/10/09
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again and again. great

I HAVE BEEN AGAIN AND AGAIN IN THE GALLERY AND MUST SAY THAT NOT ONLY THE BEAUTY OF THE WORKS AMAZED ME. IT IS DEEP AND THOUGHTFUL, IT IS TOTALY CLASIC AND MODERN AT THE SAME TIME. PALACES OF MEMORY SHOULD BE EXPOSED IN ONE OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUMS. [more]
Posted by moti lachman on 8/2/08
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