Gail Albert Halaban’s images, on display at Eastman Museum, New York, position photography as a form of social engagement. Facilitating communication between neighbours, the composition capture the daily lives of nearby communities.
Addressing themes of 21st century disconnection, the large-scale, stylised works possess a dark and cinematic sense of voyeurism.
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1. Gail Albert Halaban (American, b. 1970). Upper East Side, Manhattan, 1438 3rd Ave, Families Just Before Dinner, 2008. Inkjet print. © Gail Albert Halaban
2. Gail Albert Halaban (American, b. 1970). Rue de Douai, Paris-9e, 2013. Inkjet print. © Gail Albert Halaban
3. Gail Albert Halaban, 20 November, 2016. Chiclet Mansion, Park Slope, Brooklyn. © Gail Albert Halaban.