This is one of my favorite photos from this series.
Broad Art Museum
Actually, it has been more like a year and a half, but during this time I have had the most amazing opportunities to work for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum
. The museum staff and I have collaborated on some incredible installation and architectural photography projects. When the Art Museum first approached me they requested that my photography equally showcase the art as much as the museum’s architecture. I have learned all about this museum; how the art lives amongst these walls and how people interact with the art and the architecture. It is amazing that after more than a year of photographing this museum I feel like I am barely touching the surface of how art can be showcased here.
A HUGE heart felt thanks to the museum staff. It is an absolute pleasure working with them every time.
This photos series is from an installation called “Postscript: Writing After Conceptual Art”
A tearsheet from the Museum’s website. It is always cool to see how my images are used on the web and in print.
The Museum’s permanent collection has a book by Andy Warhol with a full transcript of conversations he had with one person. I recently visited the Any Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. In Warhol’s interviews, he talks about how he loved to capture the time between pictures. Translating that to today, the stories between our Instagram and Facebook posts are the best. This book was a part of the Postscript installation at the Broad Art Museum and also one of my favorite pieces.
This museum has huge walls and can accommodate huge pieces. Scale is super important for installation photography and as soon as I added this woman, the whole picture made a lot more sense. This piece had representations of magazine layouts.