Anonymus Architectures Checklist

Lauren Silberman

 

1- Dancefloor, 2020 (Nowadays)

Archival Pigment Print

78” x 60”

 

2- Dancefloor, 2020 (Elsewhere)

Archival Pigment Print

60” x 75”

 

3- Stage, 2020 (Union Pool)

Archival Pigment Print

78” x 60”

 

4- Stage, 2020 (Pete’s)

Archival Pigment Print

78” x 60”

 

5- Dancefloor, 2020 (Good Room)

Archival Pigment Print

60” x 75”

Alexa Hoyer

 

Window Dressing – 40.7173052,-74.0069976

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.721792,-73.999853

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

 

Window Dressing – 40.6625012,-73.9842811

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 


Window Dressing – 40.7566852,-73.9892665

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 


Window Dressing – 40.7655528,-73.9697959

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.774643,-73.963484

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

Window Dressing – 40.7237948,-73.9979734

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7247907,-73.9975378

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7243375,-73.999063

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7235189,-73.9994085

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.759201,-73.976082

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7590871,-73.977552

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 


Window Dressing – 40.762900, -73.974710

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7635908,-73.973738

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.7592576,-73.9799569

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

 

Window Dressing – 40.76104,-73.974900

2020

Archival Pigment Print

16” x 20”

Natural History – Clouds, 2017
Alexa Hoyer
Archival Pigment Prints
11 5/8” x 16 6/8” framed

 

Alexa Hoyer’s “a Natural History – Clouds” explores the fringes and minutiae of museum displays. At first glance, these images seem like candid shots of blue skies. More careful inspection exposes something uncanny — the skies seem too blue and idealized, unexpected reflections, brushstrokes and strange shadows. Are these images fake? Taken in the American Museum of Natural History, the photographs look beyond the spectacular centerpieces of these displays to focus on the painted background of dioramas. By playing with the boundaries between natural and artificial, Hoyer questions our perceptions of the natural world, and how we choose to understand it.