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New Yorker reviews Ilit Azoulay

July 25, 2011





Azoulay, a photographer based in Tel Aviv, makes a big impact with little things. Her first U.S. solo exhibition includes a series of elaborately constructed still-life images of hundreds of small, cast-off objects arrayed on shelves, ledges, and hooks on white stucco walls, one of which is more than sixteen feet long. The precise placement of each bit of detritus—a shell, a found photo, a machine part—is accomplished through digital manipulation, as is the patchwork composition of the walls themselves. The space is a construct, a gallery within a gallery, for the display of an eccentric, absorbing cabinet of curiosities and the obsessive imagination that assembled it. Through Aug. 12.


Through August 12

526 W. 26th St., New York, N.Y.


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