Simone Rosenbauer + group exhibition

Like Ice in the Sunshine

July 9 – August 21, 2015

Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer Like Ice in the Sunshine 2014 Archival Pigment Print
Simone Rosenbauer Like Ice in the Sunshine 2014
Simone Rosenbauer
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer  Like Ice in the Sunshine  2014
Simone Rosenbauer Like Ice in the Sunshine 2014
David Graham Tucumcari,NM 2000
Yuji Hamada  Waterfall Series, 2014
Yuji Hamada  Waterfall Series, 2014
Toshio Shibata  Niihama City, Ehime Prefecture, 2014
Randy Bye
Christopher Rauschenberg Robert Frank's Studio, 2011
Harry Callahan  Providence, circa 1962  Dye-transfer print
William Eggleston
Fred Herzog  Lucy, Georgia  1968
Will Brown
Will Brown
Max Warsh
Max Warsh  Meserolite, 2015
Christopher Rauschenberg  Venice, 2008

Press Release

SIMONE ROSENBAUER:  LIKE ICE IN THE SUNSHINE

July 9 – August 21, 2015

 

Laurence Miller Gallery presents Like Ice in the Sunshine, our first one-person exhibition  by Australian artist Simone Rosenbauer. Her latest series, these pictures are themselves the visual essence of summer. In each work, a Popsicle is centered on a different DayGlo colored background. The pictures are sugary pop confections that seduce with their heightened artificial color. All the components of commercial product photography are in place, but this ideal is literally dissolving before our eyes. With this one simple motif, Rosenbauer deftly evokes both the enticement, and the elusiveness, of summer.

 

HOT and COLD

 

Complementing Simone Rosenbauer’s Popsicles is a group exhibition that explores the theme of HOT and COLD. Ray Metzker’s Sand Creatures capture sunbathers melting on their blankets. Helen Levitt’s children reveal the human drama that spilled out onto the stoops and sidewalks of New York before the invention of air-conditioning. Denis Darzacq’s and Anna Anna Lüneman’s collaborative series “Double Mix” merges the coolness of digital with the heat of baked clay. The show also includes work by Mauro Altamura, Michael Becotte, Harry Callahan, Miguel Angel Garcia, David Graham, Fred Herzog, Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Julie Mack, Chris Rauschenberg, and others.