2009

NYC

The map printings drawings about "New York"  refer Henry James world. "The Turn of the Screw" and "The Ambassadors", need to be deciphered before they can be interpreted or even understood.
 The complexity of James's style comes not only from his challenging vocabulary and syntax, but from his deliberate use of ambiguity. In the most famous example of this ambiguity, James frequently uses masculine pronouns in "The Turn of the Screw" without clearly identifying the antecedents, leaving readers wondering whether "he" is the boy in the story or a ghost the boy seems to know.

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Ink on paper

50x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Ink on paper

50x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Ink on paper

50x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Ink on paper

50x21 cm

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2012

Technique mixte

150x100 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Oil on paper

50x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Oil on paper

40x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2009

Water color on paper

45x21 cm

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2008

Marker on paper

30x21 cm

 

ANNE HERZOG

New York, 2008

Crayon on paper

40x21 cm

 

 

ANNE HERZOG

Untlited, 2006

Technique mixte

45x21 cm

 

ANNE HERZOG

Untlited, 2006

Technique mixte

45x21 cm