Wednesday, November 27, 2013

SCOPE MIAMI Dec. 3-8th. 2013
Please come and visit the Fuchs Projects booth (J 07) at Scope Miami Beach art fair.
We will present about 30 works .
Here are two new works by Rafael Fuchs from the series:
"The Parting Of The Red Sea"

Monday, September 23, 2013

Friday, May 31, 2013

The Modernism Of Curiosity_A solo exhibition of mine May 31-June 30 2013

A special private collection of over 100 photographs by Rafael Fuchs, many of them rare, some unique, and including vintage prints from the 80’s that weren't shown before.
"Rafael's work is an intimate social portraiture. There is no conflict between the reality and his personality.
He moves freely between different presentations of the reality (as from color to black and white, and back to color). The connection with his subjects is intimate within the space, although, at times a detail in the back"
Here are 9 artworks that are included in the show.
To view the catalog:

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Fuchs Projects at Ogilvy , NYC

Fuchs Projects gallery is honored to be invited to create an outpost installation of artworks of its artists at the New York headquarters of Ogilvy, the international advertising, marketing and public relations agency. The installations will be an ongoing project, and the artworks will change over the time.

Friday, March 22, 2013

Everything Must Go_ solo exhibitoion of mine March 22nd_April 21st. 2013

“If you want to build the future, you very often build the future out of fragments from the past, So the past can be toolbox. The past can be the future. I think it is very important that we find a way through curating to actually engage in a global dialogue. That is something which exhibitions can do, in space and in time,  to try to resist the homogenization of time and space by creating very unexpected situations.”   Hans Ulrich Obrist
Everything Must Go is Rafael Fuchs’ sixth installation at Fuchs Projects since it was founded in August of 2012. This time its a foray into a conceptual exploration of new possibilities made of out-takes that he found in one bag of rejected images from different assignments that he shot in the past.  These images are now taken out of context, shuffled,  combined with images that were created by him for personal projects around the same time , and juxtaposed as pairs or as installations that create a new elusive content. In some cases, a simple method of turning an image upside down gives it  a second chance and makes it more pleasing esthetically, when the straight presentation of it is not flattering the subject in most common consciousness (as in the case of the images of Tony Shafrazi or Thelma Golden.)
To view the catalog: