Ever ask yourself what the world would look like without humans? Brooklyn based photographer and artist Lori Nix constructs post-apocalyptic dioramas of crumbling theaters, deserted subway cars and decaying spaces. Nature creeps into her fabricated environments illustrating abandoned and desolate lifelike scenes. Lori Nix is influenced by 19th century painters' depicting ideas and theories of … Continue reading Inside the studio of Lori Nix
As many of you know, we have been very busy lately! We have been at an art fair three out of the last five weeks and we are currently back in New York for the inaugural Downtown Fair. Rain or Shine, we don't mind, we are hard at work exhibiting incredible work by John Cyr, … Continue reading The Inaugural Downtown Fair Begins!
CEG is so proud of Lori Nix who received a 2014 Guggenheim fellowship. We knew all along she was brilliant!! Stop by the Downtown Fair to view three of Lori's pieces . We are in booth DT4, to the left of the entrance. Lori Nix has received many honors, including a 2010 and 2004 New … Continue reading Lori Nix receives Guggenheim
Avoid running to the mall for any last minute gifts and stop by CEG to deck the halls with photographs! We will be open on December 24 until 2pm and remain closed until Friday, December 27, reopening with regular business hours. Have a wonderful holiday.
Lori Nix creates precisely detailed dioramas and then photographs her fictional locations in her series, The City. The abandoned environments, Apocalyptic in nature, imagine a world without people. As she states: …(in) The City, I have imagined a city of our future, where something either natural or as the result of mankind, has emptied the … Continue reading New book and work by Lori Nix