There is never too many

Ana & Bernhard Blume- Kitchen Frenzy
Ana & Bernhard Blume- Kitchen Frenzy

After reflecting on my thoughts of the museum visits, I am still in awe of the work that we were able to see. There were so many ideas and possibilities that I would have never thought of on my own. At Aperture, we could see the full sheets of photos that were taken and all of the ones that were chosen from that sheet. It showed me that you can never have too many pictures to chose from. It might make it a bit harder to make your choice, but it would be better than having no choice at all.

Paolo Pellegrin - Original contact sheet from The Exodus
Paolo Pellegrin – Original contact sheet from The Exodus
Paolo Pellegrin- contact sheet
Paolo Pellegrin- contact sheet

One of the many installations that I was drawn to was Ashley Gilbertson’s The Shrine Down The Hall. I felt the emotion behind what an empty room can mean to someone through her images. Ryan McGinly’s series on Olympic Athletes was stunning.

Ashley Gilbertson: The Shrine Down The Hall
Ashley Gilbertson 3 Ashley Gilbertson 2 Ashley Gilbertson 1
Ryan McGinly- Olympic Athletes
Ryan McGinly- Olympic Athletes

Ryan McGinly 3

I found myself being drawn to odd photographs, and even if I couldn’t figure out what they were trying to say, I would come to some kind of understanding while I looked at them. Even if the message of the artist isn’t 100% clear, we can still take away something of our own.

Charles Ray- Plank 1 & Plank 2
Charles Ray- Plank 1 & Plank 2
Eadweard Muybridge- Cockatoo Flying
Eadweard Muybridge- Cockatoo Flying
Jeff Koons
Jeff Koons
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