Shade My Eyes

Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Shade My Eyes Essay "Open Window: On Isca Greenfield-Sanders's Grids" by Kris Paulsen Published to accompany Isca Greenfield-Sanders’ 2020 solo exhibition “Shade My Eyes” at Miles McEnery Gallery, New York. Contact MILES McENERY GALLERY to purchase

2020-09-05T19:22:56+00:00

Pink Mountain

Pink Mountain 2019 Color spitbite aquatint, aquatint with drypoint. Paper Size: 32” x 32” Edition of 35 Purchase/Inquire For her fifth project with the press, Isca Greenfield-Sanders continues her rich dialogue between photography and painting. Her three new prints, Convertible, Pink Mountain, and Tree Tunnel, are all landscapes depicting roads below her signature horizon line. The road is a perfect means to explore her ongoing examination of photography and its relationship to the American mythos. When we engage with themes of the road, we are led to thoughts of the road west, the human drive to move to somewhere better, the promised land, leisure, escape, the past and the future. It makes me think of Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road” and its record-holding time at the top of the music charts. The collective nostalgia for that path or way “home” ...Read more

2020-03-10T14:27:18+00:00

Tree Tunnel

Tree Tunnel 2019 Color spitbite aquatint, sugarlift, aquatint. Paper Size: 32” x 32” Edition of 35 Purchase/Inquire For her fifth project with the press, Isca Greenfield-Sanders continues her rich dialogue between photography and painting. Her three new prints, Convertible, Pink Mountain, and Tree Tunnel, are all landscapes depicting roads below her signature horizon line. The road is a perfect means to explore her ongoing examination of photography and its relationship to the American mythos. When we engage with themes of the road, we are led to thoughts of the road west, the human drive to move to somewhere better, the promised land, leisure, escape, the past and the future. It makes me think of Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road” and its record-holding time at the top of the music charts. The collective nostalgia for that path or way “home” struck ...Read more

2020-03-10T14:09:58+00:00