Exhibitions Closing: Michael Kenna and Jennifer Williams

Last chance to see Michael Kenna: Oh The Places You’ll Go! and
Jennifer Williams: LADDERS

Exhibitions closing Saturday, January 31, 2015

Last chance to see our two current exhibitions, Michael Kenna: Oh The Places You’ll Go! and Jennifer Williams: LADDERS, closing January 31, 2015.
From China to France to New Zealand, Michael Kenna has sought out the earth’s splendid and sublime. In his intimate portraits of place, the artist’s keen sense of light, form, and balance transcend the “where” and “what” and invite us into moments of permeating tranquility, commanding grandeur, or effervescent whimsy. Oh The Places You’ll Go! is an exploration of the wonderful wide world captured by Michael Kenna’s prodigious lens.

Coinciding with the release of his new monograph, France, the exhibition will feature a number of recent photographs spanning the breadth of the nation’s iconic and lesser-known sites. The Louvre glows luminescent and majestic across the Seine, a disconnected dock in Nice floats hauntingly from its foggy moor, and a filigree of vines envelop an old country home. New snowscapes from Kenna’s classic Japan series inhabit a spare abstraction as dotted snowtracks, slim fence poles, and sloping hillsides irrupt the smooth white canvas. And closer to home, a bevy of hot-air balloons float buoyantly in the New Mexico sky, sailing off to a new adventure. Continue →

Signed copies of Michael Kenna’s France are available. For more information, click here.France
Michael Kenna

Hardcover and slipcased
312 pages

Jennifer Williams: Ladders, an exhibition of the artist’s life-size, wall-mounted prints accompany our exhibition Michael Kenna: Oh The Places You’ll Go!. Subversive in their utilitarian simplicity, Williams’ ladders stretch over walls and onto ceilings, performing trompe l’oeil tricks or abstracting through geometric gymnastics. Individual ladders also take on distinct personalities—some battered, dinged, and colorful; some sleek, slim, and stainless-steel. Tottering or firmly planted, short or tall, old or new: each is undeniable in its unexpected charisma.
For more information, please contact the gallery by phone at 212.989.7600, or by email at mail@robertmann.com.
Wanaka Lake Tree, Study 1, Otago, New Zealand, 2013

LADDERS, Installation view, 2015

Robert Mann Gallery
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