Terry Evans: Ancient PrairiesJanuary 14 - February 20, 2021 Yancey Richardson is proud to present Ancient Prairies, an exhibition of new photographs by Chicago-based artist Terry Evans. Marking her fourth exhibition at the gallery, Evans expands on her decades-long connection with the prairie as the spiritual center of her work.
Mitch EpsteinPsychogram of a Nation Throughout his four decade career, Mitch Epstein has examined the cultural psychology of the United States, revealing America as both a place and an idea. From his early pioneering color photographs of American life in the seventies and eighties, to his recent series focusing on the confluence of nature and human society, Epstein has consistently created formally and conceptually complex images resulting from a highly sophisticated and nuanced approach to photography.
In parallel with our participation in Art Basel OVR:2020, we’re pleased to present a selection of iconic images from four of Epstein’s major color series: Property Rights (2019), American Power (2009), Family Business (2003) and Recreation: American Photographs (1973 - 1988).
MATT LIPPS: SOLVE FOR XSeptember 10 - October 24, 2020 Over the past twenty years, Matt Lipps has developed a distinctive photographic practice that pays tribute to the history of twentieth century photography while also questioning the dominant myths that structure our cultural narratives. This exhibition presents new work from two related but distinct series, both of which incorporate analogue photography, collage and printed media.