Why Jessica Silverman’s Booth Was the Talk of NADA

Artsy Editorial
Dec 8, 2013 5:25PM

Transcending the curse of overhype, Jessica Silverman’s much-talked-about booth at NADA Miami proves there’s a reason her own white cube became a hotspot of the Deauville Beach Resort. Among a selection of work that deals with the practice of image making—looking closely at color, pattern, texture, and materials—photographer Matt Lipps combines personal history with the history of photography in his collaged “Library of Photography” series; Sean Raspet fuses the optical with the tactile in wall-mounted lenticular lenses; and cyanotypes by Barbara Kasten, produced in 1974, offer some of the contemporary photographer’s earliest works.

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