Richard Renaldi: Manhattan Sunday
Robert Morat Gallery
Richard Renaldi, "6:27", New York, from the series "Manhattan Sunday"
Visual AIDS Artist Richard Renaldi's exhibition "Manhattan Sunday" is a personal diary from the New York night life, while a tribute to New York as a place of self-realization as a canvas on which the people for generations to project your wishes, dreams and ideas. The black and white large-screen shots describe a Saturday night and Sunday morning in Manhattan. The series is a collection of portraits, urban landscapes and interiors of bars and clubs, he says from the vibrant nightlife and from the moment at which the club dismissed your guests in the morning, in the streets of the sleeping city.
Richard Renaldi, born in 1968, is considered one of the most influential contemporary portrait photographers in the United States. It was mainly through his work with the large-format camera known ( "Figure and Ground", 2006 or "Touching Strangers", 2014). "Manhattan Sunday" was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, 2015. The book of the series was published by Aperture.
Opening reception on September 7, 2018.