Barney Kulok

New York, 1981

Barney Kulok lives and works in Brooklyn. He chose to work with photography while collaborating with Vik Muniz, with whom he curated the exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of Blind Spot. Kulok first attracted the attention of the international art world with a B&W series on urban landscapes and architecture. In 2012, his series titled Building, dedicated to Louis I.

Kahn, achieved worldwide success, earning him a name as one of the foremost interpreters of light in the photography of construction and materials. In 2006, the Wall Street Journal identified Kulok among the 10 most important young artists and today his works can be found at MoMA in New York.

→ C.Ar.D. 2014 edition
→ C.Ar.D. in the city 2015
→ barneykulok.net