Danny Singer
Kerrobert Sky
2016
Archival inkjet print
43” x 72”

Danny Singer
Alameda
2016
Archival inkjet print
22” x 96”

Mike Bayne
Letter D, Wavy Lines, Horse
2016
Oil on panel
4” x 6”

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Danny Singer
Kerrobert Sky
2016
Archival inkjet print
43” x 72”

Danny Singer
Alameda
2016
Archival inkjet print
22” x 96”

Mike Bayne
Letter D, Wavy Lines, Horse
2016
Oil on panel
4” x 6”

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Detail

The large-scale photographs by Danny Singer (many of which are wider than seven feet) and the small-scale paintings by Mike Bayne (primarily snapshot size, around 4″ x 6″) present different approaches to the documentation of time and place. Singer’s photographs present the main streets of towns and hamlets on the prairies and plains of North America in a way that cannot be physically seen if you were standing there. Bayne’s paintings transform the banal and common spaces of everyday life through the sheer force of will, or patience, on the part of the artist. The plurality of viewpoints in Singer’s work is echoed in the dialogue with Bayne’s meticulous paintings: there are many ways to see the simplest things.

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