Anima at Julie Saul Gallery
Charlotte Dumas’s exhibition, Anima, currently on view at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., will be our third solo show with the Dutch artist who has achieved widespread acclaim for her intimate portraits of animals, from the wild and untamed to beasts of burden. Our exhibition will feature a recently commissioned body of work on the burial horses of the Arlington National Cemetery.
These intensely personal and up-close portraits of the draft horses that serve the 3rd Infantry Regiment, known as the Old Guard, reveal a powerful human connection to these honored animals.
The New York Public Library has recently acquired photographs from Dumas’s series, Retrieved, depicting veteran rescue dogs involved in 9/11. Her work will be exhibited in Paris this fall at the L’Institut Néerlandais and simultaneously at Paris Photo.