Photographs by Aaron Siskind in Homage to Franz Kline
In his work, Aaron Siskind explores the importance of friendship between individuals as well as the larger concept of communication within the artistic community.
As a result of his personal friendship with and aesthetic influence from Franz Kline, Siskind uses media such as broken walls and flaking plaster to achieve similar effects on film to those Kline achieved in paint.
This catalogue follows the show Photographs by Aaron Siskind in Homage to Franz Kline, which featured over 100 of Siskind’s photographs.
Carl Chiarenza with a foreward by Edward A. Maser and an introduction by Joel Synder
12 pages, four black and white plates
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