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Debi Cornwall is in New York and Paris

novembre 8, 2017

Exhibition: October 26th – December 22nd, 2017 @Steven Kasher Gallery.

©Debi Cornwall

Steven Kasher Gallery presents Debi Cornwall’s first New York solo exhibition, Welcome to Camp America, Inside Guantánamo Bay, a vivid and disorienting probe into the U.S. Naval Station on Cuba known as “Gitmo.” The exhibition presents 29 large–scale color photographs as well as previously classified documents. After waiting for eight months to gain clearance, Cornwall was granted access to visit and photograph the secretive base on three separate occasions in 2014 and 2015. Cornwall confronts what George W. Bush called “enhanced interrogation techniques” of “enemy combatants;” and the place where Barack Obama admitted quite plainly, “We tortured some folks.” Through intense examination of Gitmo and its contradictions Cornwall raises tough questions about all of our lives caught up in our so-called “war on terror.” She examines the compromises we make between decency and fear in the post-9/11 era. Cornwall says, “My goal in making this work was to invite people to look at Guantánamo again after almost 16 years. Most of us have stopped looking.”

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11 November 2017, 2-3pm
Book signing, Welcome to Camp America: Inside Guantánamo Bay which was shortlisted for the 2017 Les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles Photo-Text Book Award. 

Paris Photo Fair, Steven Kasher Gallery (Booth #D13) Grand Palais, Ave. Winston Churchill, Paris, France

The fall issue of Bookforum reviews it among « the season’s outstanding art books. » Reviews are in as well from the New York Times Lens Blog, GUP Magazine, and  Lensculture. Buzzfeed lists it among « visual stories that will challenge your view of the world. »


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