For his long-delayed and quite impressive U.S. solo debut, the Israeli photographer Barry Frydlender shows a series of vividly animated social landscapes that on first glance seem like straightforward street scenes or interior views. But look closer and you'll find that in nearly every picture, figures crop up several times across the frame, their movement hinting at a passage of time that might involve several minutes or several weeks. Because each photo is digitally built up from many separate photos, Fryd-lender says, "They're not really photographs anymore. They're a marriage of two technologies: the art of the camera and the art... More >>>