Gallery 16 is pleased to present a new body of work by artist Elliot Anderson, “Equivalents”. This series follows the direction set by Anderson’s “Averaged Landscapes”, shown at the deYoung Museum in 2007.
In this new work, Anderson questions the notions set forth by Alfred Stieglitz in his 1921 “Equivalents” series. By emphasizing abstract fields of light and clouds, Stieglitz evoked equivalents of subjective thoughts and emotions. Andy Grundberg said “The Equivalents remain photography's most radical demonstration of faith in the existence of a reality behind and beyond that offered by the world of appearances.”
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