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Shai Kremer

W.T.C: Concrete Abstract #12, 2011-2013

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Art Bond NY
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In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he …

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In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he photographed until 2013. As the series progresses, we see the structure of the new building take shape. Within the evolution of the project, Kremer has also inserted images of the destruction and remains of the original …

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W.T.C: Concrete Abstract
Shai Kremer
Israeli, b. 1974
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In his austerely beautiful, medium- to large-format color photographs, Shai Kremer captures the marks of conflict and history on the fraught and mutable landscapes of Israel and New York City. He sees these landscapes as palimpsests on which can be read the rise and fall of empires, continuing power struggles, and changing socio-economic conditions that allow certain structures to rise and others to disappear. Working in series, he positions himself at the margins—the Israeli desert, the edges of New York—to broaden his perspective, intellectually and visually. Kremer has photographed military training grounds in the Negev desert, archaeological ruins, and the various borders dividing the Israelis from the Palestinians—sites so subtle they appear mundane. In New York, he has been focusing on the changing World Trade Center site and on humble and crumbling interstitial structures.

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Brooklyn
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In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he …

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In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he photographed until 2013. As the series progresses, we see the structure of the new building take shape. Within the evolution of the project, Kremer has also inserted images of the destruction and remains of the original …

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Hand-signed by artist, sticker label
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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Series
W.T.C: Concrete Abstract
Shai Kremer
Israeli, b. 1974
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In his austerely beautiful, medium- to large-format color photographs, Shai Kremer captures the marks of conflict and history on the fraught and mutable landscapes of Israel and New York City. He sees these landscapes as palimpsests on which can be read the rise and fall of empires, continuing power struggles, and changing socio-economic conditions that allow certain structures to rise and others to disappear. Working in series, he positions himself at the margins—the Israeli desert, the edges of New York—to broaden his perspective, intellectually and visually. Kremer has photographed military training grounds in the Negev desert, archaeological ruins, and the various borders dividing the Israelis from the Palestinians—sites so subtle they appear mundane. In New York, he has been focusing on the changing World Trade Center site and on humble and crumbling interstitial structures.

Shai Kremer

W.T.C: Concrete Abstract #12, 2011-2013

Archival Pigment Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
$14,500
Ships from Brooklyn , NY, US
Shipping: $100 domestic only
location
Brooklyn
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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