Never before have the images produced by Florian Maier-Aichen—typically, aerial photographs of sublime landscapes—seemed so unreal and yet so within human grasp. For his third exhibition at 303 Gallery in New York, the artist has used Photoshop more freely than ever, adding both illusions and illustrations to his readymade photographs. Painter Tim Gardner, who is the artist's stable-mate and often works from photographs, asks Maier-Aichen about the parallels in their practice, and making a Kenneth Noland in order to destroy it.
Mixed Media, 212 x 66 inches, Courtesy the artist.
Artist Kirstine Roepstorff was born and trained in Denmark, but lives and works in Berli