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Luisa Lambri, Untitled (Sun Tunnels, #07), 2014, ink-jet print, 32 3/4 × 26 3/4". From the series “Sun Tunnels,” 2014.

Luisa Lambri

Studio Guenzani

Luisa Lambri, Untitled (Sun Tunnels, #07), 2014, ink-jet print, 32 3/4 × 26 3/4". From the series “Sun Tunnels,” 2014.

After years of photographing modernist domestic architecture, Luisa Lambri has turned her lens to works by artists of the same era, from Donald Judd and Lucio Fontana to Lygia Clark. She shoots her new subjects from the same perspective with which she has long approached her vivisection of architecture, treating the artworks as if they were places. It is no accident that she has chosen to interpret the efforts of artists who have likewise built their practices around investigations of space and architecture, artists who revel in the counterpoint between solid and void, the dialectic between interior and exterior, and the interconnected values of surface and light.

“Sun Tunnels,” 2014, the series of eight photographs that was on view in her recent exhibition at Studio Guenzani, is dedicated to Nancy Holt’s eponymous earthwork, 1973–76—four eighteen-foot-long concrete tunnels

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