Site: Brooklyn

Maruschak's work from Denmark exhibits at Site:Brooklyn gallery in Brooklyn, NY, as part of A Point of View: Contemporary Photography. This international juried exhibition explores current ideas, subjects, and processes in contemporary photography.

“Point of View presents the work of 45 artists, whose diverse perspectives indicate the breadth of photographic practices among artists today. Personal and observational, abstract and narrative, digitally-constructed and traditionally- crafted, photography remains a choice medium for artists both to frame the world as they see it and create the world as they wish to see it.Themes run through the selected photographs and draw them into conversations with one another, including: portraits of communities, landscapes rich with the markers of place, figures transformed into expressionist strokes and abstract gestures, the objects and detritus of contemporary consumerism and its anxieties, memorials to self and city, among others.Throughout, the photographs in this exhibition offer viewers an opportunity to look closely and reconsider our own point of view.” I seek finely crafted photographs that present layered ideas and subjects. I am equally interested in documentary, studio and conceptual photographic practices and I am especially pleased to find artists engaged with how the material and visual language of photography is evolving today.”

– Mitra Abbaspour

The juror, Mitra Abbaspour, is an independent curator and scholar based in NYC. Abbaspour was the Associate Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art. There, she led a research initiative that drew together an international team that formed the digital humanities platform at www.MoMA.org/objectphoto. Abbaspour was an Assistant Curator and Museum Writer at UCR/California Museum of Photography, and she also taught at Cooper Union, Hunter College, Brooklyn College, and the University of California, Riverside.

is dedicated to exhibiting a wide range of emerging and midcareer artists. The gallery invites artists, curators, and writers to engage in lively exhibitions, criticism, and the exchange of ideas through art, reflecting our times and shaping our culture.