A photography group show at White Cube of American artists spanning four decades. The show looked at notions of reality and staging in photography and how work presented as documents of daily life is shrouded in theatrical ambiguity. The line up included many key artists, from Diane Arbus and William Eggleston, to up and coming artists like Anna Gaskell and Collier Schorr. Around 45 separate photo works, all arriving unframed from the US. Size of photographs images varied from 30x40 cm to 150x180cm.
Although framing was mostly to specifications provided, the over all look of the exhibition needed to be taken into consideration, with variation in the framing but not so much as to create a confusion of styles. The framing included sprayed white box frames float mounted, American black walnut clear lacquer finish with Canson window mount, and semi-transparent white over-spray on maple.
© The Artists Courtesy Jay Jopling / White Cube ( London )