This exhibition features over twenty of Vik Muniz’s dazzling and inventive recreations of well-known images from art history.  Vik Muniz: Remastered includes transformations of works by Cezanne, Corot, Durer, Aaron Siskind, Rembrandt, and others in nearly all of Muniz’s unusual working methods. For more work by Vik Muniz visit his artist profile.

2005, Kyber Pass, Self-Portrait as an Oriental (After Rembrandt), c-print, 84 x 72”

1999, Chicago, (after Aaron Siskind), 9 cibachromes, 19 x 19” each. 

1997, Action Photo, After Namuth photographing Jackson Pollock, cibachrome print, 62 x 48”

1999, 9,000 Yards, Church On A Hilltop at Varengeville, After Claude Monet, From The Thread Series, toned silver print, 20 x 24”

1998, 14,000 Yards, Souvenir de Riva, After Corot, From The Thread Series, toned silver print, 20 x 24”

1999, The Raft of the Medusa, From the Chocolate Series, cibachrome print, 72 x 120”

1999, Pillows (After Durer), gelatin silver prints, 20 x 24”

1999, Equivalents: The Museum of Modern Art, toned silver prints, 11 x 14”

2002, Beggar Series, After Rembrandt, gelatin silver prints, 30 x 40”

2002, Carcere III, The Round Tower, After Piranesi’s Prison, c-print, 72 x 100”

1999, Pipe, After Magritte, gelatin silver print, 40 x 50”

2005, Rouen Cathedral Facade (Gray Day), After Monet, From Pictures Of Pigment Series, c-print, 90 x 72”

2005, Rouen Cathedral Facade (Morning Effect), After Monet, From Pictures Of Pigment Series, c-print, 90 x 72”

1997, Cloud Series, After Stieglitz, silver prints on rag paper , 48 x 60” and 60 x 48”

2004, Still Life With Three Puppies, After Gauguin (Pictures of Magazine Series), c-print, 108 x 72”

2004, Still Life with Fruits and Vegetables, After Juan Sanches Cotan (Pictures of Magazine Series), c-print, 108 x 72”

2003, Self Portrait (I am Too Sad to Tell You, After Bas Van Ader), c-print, 40 x 50”

2000, After 3 Canvases, all titled Abstract Painting, 1960-66, Installed at the The Whitney Museum in “Collection in Context: Ad Reinhardt,” Pictures of Dust, c-print, 48 x 65”