Neil Campbell, installation view from the exhibition Faultline. Image via: Marianne Boesky
The documentation of this particular piece isn’t overly representative of the viewing experience at Marianne Boesky — the low level lighting simply isn’t captured here — but I’m posting the picture anyway as a reminder to New Yorkers to catch this show. Seemingly resembling an Ellsworth Kelly, the work exhibits a surprising range of depth and spatial illusion. Normally I’d say more on the subject, but in this case, I think spoilers really will spoil.