For those of us with extreme myopia, the photographic work of Uta Barth strikes a familiar chord. "Blurry" is probably the most overused adjective when describing her images. Her photographs purposely avoid "subject" as she culls images from places ordinary and anonymous: Spartan interiors, unspectacular landscapes, banal buildings. With a body of work that moves from atmospheric to minimalist, Barth forces us to reassess the way we view photographs in two... More >>>
Can't see the foliage for the trees: Barth focuses on the intimacy of touching branches in 98.4.