Photographer and MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department faculty member Elinor Carucci explores the complexity of familial intimacy in her new show “Born.” For this series of photos, Carucci turns her lens on her children, and the results are at once unsettling, poignant, and beautiful. On view at Sasha Wolf Gallery, 548 West 28 Street, through November 5.
BFA Fine Arts Department faculty member Melissa Meyer presents “New Paintings and Watercolors”—10 paintings and two watercolors, to be exact. These latest works showcase Meyer’s mastery of color control, and reflect the artist’s desire to be in a constant state of invigoration and renewal. On view at Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., 514 West 25 Street, through October 29.
Division of Continuing Education faculty member Charles Yoder turns to nature in his new show “Still Waters and Shadows.” Inspired by a moonlit winter’s night, this collection of paintings represents Yoder’s transition from “abstract painter” to “realist painter.” On view at the Narthex Gallery at Saint Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Avenue at 54 Street, September 30 through November 20.
Image: Bath, 2006, by Elinor Carucci. Courtesy of Sasha Wolf Gallery.