James Casebere Sean Kelly Gallery

James Casebere

Asylum, 1995

Cibachrome silver-dye bleach print

sheet: 48 x 60 inches (121.92 x 152.4 cm)

Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Charles W. Goodyear Fund, 1995

P1995:6

What does architecture look like? Although manmade structures surround us, we generally only notice them in passing, as background to our daily lives. In contrast, Window to Wall: Art from Architecturepresents architecture as seen through the attentive eyes of artists. Featuring architectural sites both real and imagined, their works reveal the formal, metaphorical, and social dimensions of our built environment.

Drawn from the Albright-Knox’s collection, Window to Wall includes works by twentieth-century icons long associated with architecture—such as Charles Sheeler and Edward Hopper—alongside recent acquisitions by contemporary artists such as James Casebere, illuminating art’s enduring and complex relationship with its sister discipline.

For more, visit www.albrightknox.org

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