Chuck Close PhotographsArt Exhibitions
This comprehensive survey of the work of Chuck Close, one of today’s most important contemporary artists, explores how Close has pushed the boundaries of photographic methods and approaches. For the first time in his extensive exhibition history, this project delves into the full range of his photographic works, presenting some 90 images spanning 1964 to the present, ranging from straightforward black and white portraits to monumentally scaled, composite Polaroids, to intimately scaled daguerreotypes. Organized by Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY, and curated by Colin Westerbeck and Terrie Sultan. Museum hours: Daily 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Open until 8 p.m. the First Thursday of every month. Sunday noon – 5 p.m.; Monday closed. Adults $12; seniors and military $8; students $5; free for museum members, NSU students, faculty and staff. Admission is also free every first Thursday of the month as part of Free First Thursday Starry Nights presented by PNC Bank.