|Morton Bartlett, untitled, ca. 1950,Vintage Gelatine Silver Print, 10x13 cm, Courtesy Galerie Susanne Zander / Delmes & Zander|
Time Out Says:"If you need additional convincing that outsider art has become insider art, look no further than this Zwirner group show, organized with Berlin gallery Delmes & Zander. Included are the visionary flights of fancy expected of such roundups, by obsessives with established reputations such as pre–Laurie Simmons doll maker Morton Bartlett. But there are also completely unknown contributors, like the artist Type 42, so called for the Polaroid film he used to shoot stalkerish images of female actors on the television screen."
|Horst Ademeit,1077, Tagesfoto, Polaroid bearbeitet, Courtesy Delmes & Zander / Galerie Susanne Zander|