Preview: “Manhattan Project” Photographs by Michael Benari, Outpost 186, Cambridge, Mass.

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on December 10, 2016 at 9:53 am


Our friend Michael Benari has an exhibition worth your attention:

In his new body of work titled “Manhattan Project”, the artist Michael Benari captures the unique mood and aesthetic of an invisible New York, presented as a mosaic of grids. The rhythm and tempo of the grid format resembles a jazz improvisation, a cacophony of sounds blaring the urban landscape.

The film-noire atmosphere resonates with other artistic movements born in the city, Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism.

Manhattan Project was completed after photographing New York from 2014-2016, and is accompanied by a publication of the same title.

Michael Benari is a Boston/New York based photographer, working in black and white, using film and digital capture.

For more information: Outpost 186

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