Tuesday, December 27, 10pm – Wednesday, December 28, 5am
Location: 1280 Iron Horse Drive, Park City
David Levinthal is a central figure in American postmodern photography. Since 1972, he has photographed dolls and toys in settings that force us to question their apparent innocence.
This exhibition combines images from the "The Wild West" (1988-89), which were shot on a Polaroid 20x24 Land Camera, and archival pigment prints from "History" (2014). The images are inspired by the romance and grandeur of 1950’s Western television and film. In composing the photographs, Levinthal arranges figurines into stereotypical poses to portray the rugged individualism of the Western hero. The blurred photographs, rich in color, use the iconic toy figurines to create an illusion of reality and motion. The hazy illusions illustrate the blur of fact, fiction and perception surrounding the cultural myths of the American West.
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