Midnight at the Arch, 2018
Midnight at the Arch, 2018
Midnight at the Arch | 2018
13.5” x 10” archival pigment print photograph, giclée on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta
21” x 16” x 1” signed, framed & matted | Edition of 5 + AP
Exhibited at:
“Violated Metropolis,” Arabi Visual Arts (Dec. 7, 2022–Jan. 27, 2023; New Orleans, LA)
“April Spilsbury Exhibition,” the Arts Club of Washingotn (Apr. 1–30, 2022; Washington, DC)
“Ad Amnesia: Identity and recall in the modern age,” the Arts Club of Washington (Mar. 4–26, 2022; Washington, DC)
“Make/Shift: It Wasn’t Supposed to Be Like This” 16th Annual Juried Exhibition, Vox Populi Gallery (Feb. 19, 2021; Philadelphia, PA)
“Artist Statement #5,” Czong Institute of Contemporary Art (May 6–24, 2020; Gimpo, South Korea)
“Downtown,” Auburn Art Gallery (Apr. 7–30, 2020; Los Angeles, CA)
“Emergence,” Glasgow Gallery of Photography (Feb. 6–12, 2020; Glasgow, Scotland)
“Greenwich Village and Surroundings: 50th Anniversary Show,” The Salmagundi Club (Oct. 7–25, 2019; New York, NY)
There’s a horn man who often plays late nights at the arch in Washington Square Park. I shot this while passing through the park in the middle of a heatwave; it seemed as though he was wearing everything he’d ever done in his life on his face that night.