Musée: Vanguard of Photography Culture
Exhibition Review: Rosy Fingered Dawn
By Ilana Jael
May 9, 2018
“Sarah Anne Johnson’s current exhibition at Julie Saul Gallery, Rosy Fingered Dawn, is her eighth to be shown there, and it is obvious that the artist feels right at home. In fact, she was so comfortable that she felt free to turn the whole space into her installation. The pastel colors we see in her photographs seem to bleed out like watercolor paints onto the heretofore white gallery walls, viscerally immersing us in her strange, serene vision. And this is just the beginning of Johnson’s challenging of the boundaries between photography and reality, between the world as it is versus as presented and perceived.”
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