A series of photographs, taken over the course of almost two decades, serves as the focus of the exhibition. They were taken during a period roughly parallel to Rhein’s diagnosis with HIV in 1987— after which he encountered compromised health and near death—through to his experience of a renewed sense of vitality after life-saving drugs were introduced in the mid-90s. The images highlight the role of intimacy and care as survival tactics in their depiction of one person’s response to a global and ongoing crisis.from the accompanying exhibition text
Burnaway takes a Close Look at Looking Male, a photography exhibition of works from The Do Good Fund Collection at the LaGrange Art Museum.
Daniel Fuller muses fondly over the showmanship of the Bayou Classic, the subject of Keith Duncan's new works on view at Fort Gansevoort.
Orion Wertz examines the textile paintings of Paolo Arao alongside landscapes, portraits and abstract works on paper.