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Issue No. 18 - Humanity

Lost Tail at Littlefield Performance + Art Space

Above Image: Untitled from Drink Deep or Taste Not by André Viking

The Littlefield Performance + Art Space's newest exhibition entitled Lost Tail, features the work of Danish artists André Viking and Josefine Seifert.  This collaborative gallery is composed of two independent photography series tracing both the commonplace and sensational moments of the artists' lives.  The unadorned simplicity of this collection unveils the beauty of privacy and the raw, broken narrative recounted through their photographs.

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Josefine Seifert is a young emerging visual artist born in Denmark in 1991.  After completing her education at the International Center of Photography in New York, she is now living in the city and pursuing her undeniable talent for photography on an international level.

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Carglass from Strange Ground by Josefine Seifert

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André Viking, a Denmark-native born in 1989, is also a recent graduate from the International Center of Photography in New York, receiving the ICP Director's Scholarship in both 2013 and 2014.  Viking is now stationed in the city where he continues to build his portfolio and develop his name within the realm of emerging visual artists.

 

Viking and Seifert's exhibition, Lost Tail is open through August 2 at the Littlefield Performance + Art Space in Brooklyn, NY.

Text by Kate Marin

Photographs by Elliott Brown

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