Laurie Simmons: How We See, Jewish Museum, New York — review by Ariella Budick

Laurie Simmons is a surrealist at heart, discovering eeriness in the most run-of-the mill places. Her latest show at New York’s Jewish Museum features almost conventional fashion photos of conventionally beautiful models. Everything in the pictures is normal and familiar, except for the staring eyes painted on to the women’s closed lids.

Laurie Simmons  How We See  Jewish Museum  New York — review

Photographs of models with eyes painted on to their lids are an eerie reflection of our sightless life online
Laurie Simmons: How We See The Jewish Museum, New York March 13 to August 9, 2015
‘Edie (Green)’ and ‘Tatiana’ (both 2015)

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