Barney Kulok Gallery Art
Galerie Hussenot, Paris, France
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.