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"Nothing and Everything", the catalog to a show of the same name, investigates one of art's oldest mysteries: how an artwork may simultaneously contain elements of emptiness and fullness, void and profusion. These qualities may appear contradictory but they do not have to be so. Several works, including Peter Hujar's 1975 photograph of the Hudson River and Ellsworth Kelly's drawing Light Reflecting on Water (1950), explore connections between the banal and the sublime, particularly in nature. Diane Arbus's photograph Clouds on a Screen at a Drive-in, N.J. (1960), for example, blurs the line between the mundane and the transcendent with its image of a billowing cloud on the movie screen against the evening sky. More than a statement of modern man's distance from nature, the photograph captures a moment of the sublime bounded by the everyday.
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Book Description Fraenkel Gallery, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111881337227
Book Description Fraenkel Gallery, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1881337227