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Kyle Meyer

Kyle Meyer (Kylemeyer.com), born in Ohio in 1980, was recently profiled in a NOV 2018 NY Times article: ‘8 Artists to See at the Paris Photo Fair Who Show Where Photography is Going’.  
In his words, ‘My work is a perpetual analytical inquiry about my own identity as a gay man and the LGBTQ communities with whom I identify. It is deeply rooted in my experience growing up in a conservative farming community in rural Ohio and subsequently through spending a significant period as an adult in Swaziland where it is illegal to be homosexual. By weaving together photographic and sculptural elements, my artwork metaphorically speaks to the human condition of seclusion, oppression, memory, and loss. It also laboriously questions the potency of digital photography by embracing the haptic qualities of craft.  Kyle Meyer is represented by Yossi Milo Gallery, NYC. (YossiMilo.com)
 

Other Exhibitions You May Enjoy

Robert Zuckermann

Currently Exhibited in Art Deco Wing
A Film industry photographer, his Hollywood career ended when he was diagnosed with Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease, compromising his mobility. This series is from time spent in nursing homes and hospitals over the past year.
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Iké Udé "Self and Other Selves: Sartorial Anarchy Series; Nollywood Portraits and New Works"

Currently Exhibited in Gallery
Iké Udé’s Sartorial Anarchy portraits feature the artist, himself, dressed in varied costumes across geography and time, exploring a world of dualities: photographer/performance artist, artist
andy sweet

Andy Sweet

Currently Exhibited in Lobby Salon
The Art of Andy Sweet - in the Colonial Lobby in partnership with the Andy Sweet Foundation. A young photographer living and working in Miami Beach in the late 1970s, Andy Sweet’s life and his art