- from Daphne du Maurier, "The Blue Lenses"
Sue de Beer: The Blue Lenses
On view until October 25th
Marianne Boesky Gallery
20 Clinton Street
New York, NYph: 212-680-9889
|"I Upon My Frontiers Here Keep My Residence III"|
|"In the Nearly Infinite Distance Between the Gates of Heaven and Of Hell There Reigns A Chaos in Which the Word Cannot Separate Light and Dark - This is the Journey That Satan Partook When he Sought to Be by Man's Side"|
|Contained but Still Bulging Out Here and There|
|I Upon My Frontiers Here Keep My Residence II|
|Looking Out from the Other Side of Dawn|
|"Almost Flesh, Almost Love, and Almost Laughter."|
|"I Upon My Frontiers Here Keep My Residence IV"|
|Metaphor of Earthly Care|
|Metaphor of Earthly Care (detail)|
In the book of Genesis, the Garden of Eden was the epitome of paradise where Adam and Eve lived in peace among the animals. This paradise w...