Reuben Wu: Aeroglyphs & Other Nocturnes
Reuben Wu: Aeroglyphs & Other Nocturnes

Opening Reception:
Friday August 30th, 5–7pm
On View through November 16th, 2019

photo-eye Gallery is excited to announce Aeroglyphs & Other Nocturnes, a solo exhibition of photography by Reuben Wu. Simultaneously reminiscent of the slick, neon glow of sci-fi aesthetics and the cryptic symbolic language of ancient petroglyphs, Wu’s work is clean, yet mysterious. His photography hovers somewhere between the mythic and the surreal, between dream and memory, with an undulating sense of temporality slipping between the ancient past and the imagined future. Light and land are entwined equally at the center of Wu’s practice. By affixing lights to drones and using them to illuminate select parts of the landscapes he photographs, Wu draws precise geometric marks that hover in the air like beacons, harbingers, and signs. His work is concise, yet versatile in concept, offering new ways to approach the human relationship to nature, technology, and the overlay between past, present, and future.

Aeroglyphs & Other Nocturnes runs from August 30th to November 16th, 2019 with an opening reception Friday, August 30 from 5–7pm corresponding with the Last Friday Art Walk in the Railyard Arts District.

photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St. (in the Railyard Arts District), Santa Fe, NM 87501. Tuesday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm or by appointment. 505.988.5152 x202

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For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
Kevin Horan's GOATS and SHEEP
GOATS AND SHEEP: A Portrait Farm
Photographs by Kevin Horan


Opening Reception: Friday, July 26, 5pm – 7pm

Artist Talk & Book Signing:
Saturday, July 27, 3pm – 5pm
On View through September 21, 2019

Also showing work by Mitch Dobrowner and Bryant Austin.


When American photographer Kevin Horan moved from the city of Chicago to rural Whidbey Island in the state of Washington, he discovered among the local residents a flock of goats and sheep, who greeted him each day in front of his house as friendly neighbors do. Experienced in portraiture, Horan decided to photograph his new neighbors in his studio, as though they were privileged clients just like aristocratic country gentlemen and ladies. For practical reasons, he brought the studio to them on the farms where they lived. When it was time to take the picture after setting up the lighting and backdrop, Horan did not pose his subjects. Instead, he waited and watched until the moment the animal revealed itself to him in all of his or her glory. His exquisite resulting images are published in Goats and Sheep: A Portrait Farm (5 Continents Editions, March 2019).

"Goats and sheep have served us from the earliest of times. They have walked the world with us. By paying attention, we honor the musings of the sheep and the jests of the goats. And so these pictures make a kind of meditation on our earthly brother- and sisterhood. When we draw a sharp line dividing humans from the rest of life, we make the world a smaller place — for ourselves. Why on earth would we want to do that?” — Kevin Horan

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View the book and limited edition prints.

Our new Bookstore Project Space location:
1300 Rufina Circle, Suite A3
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Monday–Saturday 10–5:30 pm
505.988.5152 x201
(in the Siler/Rufina Arts District near Meow Wolf)


For more information, contact Rixon Reed, photo-eye Founder/Director

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