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Companion Pieces:
New Photography 2020

Launching September 21, 2020

The Museum of Modern Art

Launching on MoMA.org on September 21, 2020, Companion Pieces: New Photography 2020 traces correspondence between images — from pendant pictures that together convey a shared message; to visual echoes reverberating through montage; to photographic series that, woven together, deliver more complex accounts of the world. Through multiple features on MoMA’s Magazine, rolling out throughout the fall and accessible at moma.orgCompanion Pieces will present recent works by eight artists working in the United States and internationally, including: David Alekhuogie (American, born 1986), Özlem Altın (German, born 1977), Maria Antelman (Greek, born 1971), Iñaki Bonillas (Mexican, born 1981), Sohrab Hura (Indian, born 1981), Dionne Lee (American, born 1988), Zora J Murff (American, born 1987), Irina Rozovsky (American, born Russia, 1981). Companion Pieces is the latest iteration in the Museum’s longstanding New Photography series, which since its inception in 1985, has introduced new work by almost 150 artists from around the globe to a wider audience.

Companion Pieces: New Photography 2020 is organized by Lucy Gallun, Associate Curator, Department of Photography.

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Irina Rozovsky. Untitled from Miracle Center. 2019. Pigmented inkjet prints and repurposed frame, 3 1/8 × 6 × 3″ (7.9 × 15.2 × 7.6 cm). Courtesy the artist © Irina Rozovsky

Iñaki Bonillas. Marginalia 7. 2019. Pigmented inkjet print. 50 13/16 x 43 5/16″ (129 x 110 cm). Courtesy the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City and New York. © Iñaki Bonillas

Maria Antelman. Hall of Mirrors. 2020. Pigmented inkjet prints and wooden frame structure. 38 1/4 x 19″ (97.2 x 48.3 cm). Courtesy the artist and Melanie Flood Projects, Portland, OR. © Maria Antelman

Özlem Altın. Topography (of time, of body). 2019. Pigmented inkjet print on canvas, ink. 44 1/8 x 198 13/16″ (112 x 505 cm). Courtesy the artist; photo: Hendrik Zeitler. © Özlem Altın

Özlem Altın. Topography (of time, of body) (detail). 2019. Pigmented inkjet print on canvas, ink. 44 1/8 x 198 13/16″ (112 x 505 cm). Courtesy the artist; photo: Hendrik Zeitler. © Özlem Altın

Sohrab Hura. Untitled from the series Snow. 2015 – ongoing. Pigmented inkjet print. 20 x 20″ (50.8 x 50.8 cm). Courtesy the artist and Experimenter, Kolkata. © Sohrab Hura

Sohrab Hura. Untitled from the series The Song of Sparrows in a Hundred Days of Summer. 2013 – ongoing. Pigmented inkjet print. Image: 5 1/2 x 7″ (14 x 17.8 cm); Sheet: 15 1/2 x 11″ (39.4 x 27.9 cm). Courtesy the artist and Experimenter, Kolkata. © Sohrab Hura

David Alekhuogie. Target. 2019. Pigmented inkjet print on canvas, UV varnish. 48 x 54″ (121.9 x 137.2 cm). Courtesy the artist and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles. © David Alekhuogie

Dionne Lee. True North. 2019. Gelatin silver print (collage), graphite. 16 x 12″ (40.6 x 30.5 cm). Courtesy the artist. © Dionne Lee

Zora J Murff. A Point (1) from the series At No Point in Between. 2018. Pigmented inkjet print. 24 x 30″ (61 x 76.2 cm). Courtesy the artist and Webber Represents, London and New York. © Zora J Murff

Zora J Murff. A Point (2) from the series At No Point in Between. 2018. Pigmented inkjet print. 24 x 30″ (61 x 76.2 cm). Courtesy the artist and Webber Represents, London and New York. © Zora J Murff