Horoscopes - A Note on Ralph Gibson
Ever since Freud opened the discussion on the subject of dreams, people have been trying to interpret the fantasies we have in sleep. The Surrealists thought that dreams provided a sort of trap door into a higher truth than mere everyday reality. The dreamworld was a combination of the real and the unreal, organized or rearranged in ways which might hold revelatory codes to that higher state of consciousness. Surrealist art was intended to represent the meeting ground of waking apprehension…
Ralph Gibson Its great the way he has captured a natural sense to this this picture. He is saying in this picture that loads of people walk away and never look back but that what i think he is saying in this photo.
Ralph Gibson - Artists
Joseph Bellows Gallery was established in 1998. The gallery maintains an inventory of important vintage and contemporary photographs, with a special interest in American work from the 1970s. The gallery's program features rotating solo and group exhibitions of both 20th Century and contemporary photography.