Shutter Interface (produced in 1975)
shown at Greene Naftali Gallery NYC 2009
(found via: notational)
Based on what I see in the work (photographs) of Nick Frank,
I want to live in the Munich subway stations…
Many of them have been designed by well-known German architects and they are stunning. It also helps that Frank is not too shy with photoshop, removing trash or the random person that enters the frame.
guache on paper
from the publication ‘In the shadow of the tree and the knot of the earth’
Published on the occasion of the Lisson show.
October 9th - November 10th 2012
I love the way he uses long exposures to over saturate the colors—
Gudrun Mertes-Frady. Oils/Metallic pigments on Canvas.
I really like this artists work. I feel that even though these pieces date from different time periods and show qualities of their growth, their ability to work well as a series is great. The colors are interesting, quite weightless and the movement of the line-work is wonderful.