Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York is pleased to announce Sam Margevicius’s solo exhibition, Twenty-six, on view January 29 – April 11, 2019 in our project space at 128 Baxter St.
Comprised of 26 stoic photographs installed in a seemingly melodic rhythm, Twenty-six challenges the boundaries of collective versus individual experience in modern daily life. Through repetition, simplicity of composition, and unexpected interruptions, Margevicius asks viewers to slow down and read the images as if they were text. The work presents a myriad of possible narratives, calibrating the intellectual rigor of today’s audience. Through sparse compositional shifts and methodical image placement Margevicius nods toward contemplation versus scrolling, inviting viewers to indulge in an introspective pause.
To commemorate the opening reception on February 13 from 6—8pm, the musical duo Gracie and Rachel will perform a new work composed in response to the exhibition.
Sam Margevicius is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. His photographic compositions explore the medium’s complex relationship to drawing, sculpture, and performance. Drawing parallels within a single image or across multiple pieces, Sam’s work plays with the ways in which meaning can be revealed or redacted, fixed or ephemeral. He has shown work in various galleries across the country, from California to New York. In 2017 Sam received his MFA from The International Center of Photography–Bard College.