Posts Tagged ‘Paul Graham’

Paul Graham: The Whiteness of the Whale

Paul Graham. New Orleans (Cherries), 2005. Courtesy of the Artist and Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco.

By further playing up these perspectives through the massive scale of the photographs, Graham leaves a viewer feeling uncomfortable about accepting these imposing yet generic visualizations of economic standing.

From the Archives– Paul Graham: The Present


Today from the archives, we bring you Madeline McLean’s review of Paul Graham’s 2012 exhibition The Present at Pace Gallery. The Present was the last in a trilogy of photographic series made in the United States between 1998 and 2001 that began with shimmer of possibility and American Night. All three series are included in the current survey of Graham’s work at Pier 24, titled The Whiteness of the Whale. This review was originally published on March 29,[…..]

Paul Graham: The Present


The Pace Gallery and Pace/MacGill Gallery debut Paul Graham: The Present with a striking selection of sixteen diptychs and two triptychs. This series concludes a trilogy with the series a shimmer of possibility (2004–2006) and American Night (1998–2002), both of which showed in numerous institutions and galleries internationally. Alongside the exhibition of The Present, Graham has published a 114-page monograph with London-based MACK, which will[…..]