Barney Kulok’s photography is infused with subtle references to minimalism and architecture and explores the slippage between public and private space in the urban landscape. Kulok's first monograph, Building: Louis I. Kahn at Roosevelt Island, was published by Aperture and includes an essay by architect Steven Holl and an afterword by filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn. The photographs are a visual meditation on the construction of the Louis Kahn-designed FDR Four Freedoms Park, a memorial to President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the southern tip of Roosevelt Island.
Kulok is represented by Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot in Paris.
Barney Kulok Gallery Art
Galerie Hussenot, Paris, France