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Gail Albert Halaban, ‘Haskell’s House’, 2010, Jackson Fine Art
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Haskell’s House, 2010

Archival pigment print
This is part of a limited edition set.
20 × 24 in
50.8 × 61 cm
Edition of 10
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40 × 50 in
101.6 × 127 cm
Edition of 5
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50 × 60 in
127 × 152.4 cm
Edition of 5
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Location
Atlanta
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About the work
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Photography
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Signed, titled, dated and editioned on artist label verso
Gail Albert Halaban
American, b. 1970
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Gail Albert Halaban is best known for the photographs she shoots from and through windows of New York City apartments. Referencing Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window (1954), Halaban hints at ongoing narratives in her staged, voyeuristic photos of urban women in their private lives, as in her 2008 work Out My Window, West Village, Construction. “Many New Yorkers spend much of their window gazing time looking into their neighbor's apartments. Through this voyeurism, a sense of community develops,” she has said. “In New York, we are never alone.” While at Yale, Halaban studied under Nan Goldin and Gregory Crewdson; she considers her work a marriage of Goldin’s insistence on documenting reality with Crewdson’s desire to stage psychological drama.

Gail Albert Halaban, ‘Haskell’s House’, 2010, Jackson Fine Art
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View
View in room
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About the work
Medium
Photography
Signature
Signed, titled, dated and editioned on artist label verso
Gail Albert Halaban
American, b. 1970
Follow

Gail Albert Halaban is best known for the photographs she shoots from and through windows of New York City apartments. Referencing Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window (1954), Halaban hints at ongoing narratives in her staged, voyeuristic photos of urban women in their private lives, as in her 2008 work Out My Window, West Village, Construction. “Many New Yorkers spend much of their window gazing time looking into their neighbor's apartments. Through this voyeurism, a sense of community develops,” she has said. “In New York, we are never alone.” While at Yale, Halaban studied under Nan Goldin and Gregory Crewdson; she considers her work a marriage of Goldin’s insistence on documenting reality with Crewdson’s desire to stage psychological drama.

Haskell’s House, 2010

Archival pigment print
This is part of a limited edition set.
20 × 24 in
50.8 × 61 cm
Edition of 10
Contact for price
40 × 50 in
101.6 × 127 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
50 × 60 in
127 × 152.4 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
Location
Atlanta
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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