Joshua Lutz, ‘Head of the Class’, 2017, Photography, Digital C-print, ClampArt
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Joshua Lutz

Head of the Class, 2017

Digital C-print
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40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 5
$4,000
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 5
$3,000
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
Edition of 5
$2,000
Location
New York City
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About the work
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Signature
Signed and numbered on label, verso
Series
Mind the Gap
Joshua Lutz
American, b. 1975
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In his poetic, ambiguous color photographs, Joshua Lutz explores liminal sites and mental states, shooting at city borders and close to his own home to reveal the unsettling overlap between urban and rural, center and margins, sanity and illness. Working in series, he has crafted a semi-fictionalized photographic narrative of his mother’s mental illness, and has captured the mix of culture and nature at the outskirts of Amsterdam, New York, and New Jersey. His images are open-ended vignettes, which Lutz leaves unexplained. As he describes: “I think […] we need to think about photographs more in the way we do paintings and less in the traditional sense of a document. […] I like the ideas of possibilities and the more I talk about [my photographs] the less experiences people can have with looking at them.”

Joshua Lutz, ‘Head of the Class’, 2017, Photography, Digital C-print, ClampArt
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About the work
Medium
Signature
Signed and numbered on label, verso
Series
Mind the Gap
Joshua Lutz
American, b. 1975
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In his poetic, ambiguous color photographs, Joshua Lutz explores liminal sites and mental states, shooting at city borders and close to his own home to reveal the unsettling overlap between urban and rural, center and margins, sanity and illness. Working in series, he has crafted a semi-fictionalized photographic narrative of his mother’s mental illness, and has captured the mix of culture and nature at the outskirts of Amsterdam, New York, and New Jersey. His images are open-ended vignettes, which Lutz leaves unexplained. As he describes: “I think […] we need to think about photographs more in the way we do paintings and less in the traditional sense of a document. […] I like the ideas of possibilities and the more I talk about [my photographs] the less experiences people can have with looking at them.”

Joshua Lutz

Head of the Class, 2017

Digital C-print
.
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 5
$4,000
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 5
$3,000
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
Edition of 5
$2,000
Location
New York City
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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