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Phillip Buehler Art

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The photographer Phillip Buehler has devoted his career to exploring obsolete sites, what he calls “modern ruins.” Captured in states of evocative decay, his subjects have included an abandoned psychiatric asylum, a Cold War missile silo and an offline power plant.

In late 2019, Buehler's body of work on view in the exhibition “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place” — at Front Room Gallery, in New York — may have elicited more nostalgia than the others. It was a look at New Jersey’s defunct Wayne Hills Mall and, by extension, at the dying culture of middle-class suburban shopping centers across the country.

"I started photographing abandoned places the same year the mall opened, 1973, when I was a senior in high school," Buehler told The Study. "At the time, New York was falling apart, with empty piers and abandoned or burned-out buildings everywhere. Back then, nobody was photographing them, so I had no art references — most were cinematic. Two films released in 1968 made a big impression on me: 2001: A Space Odyssey and Planet of the Apes."

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Artist: Phillip Buehler
"Auditorium - North Brother Island, 1975" photograph from Islands of New York
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24" limited edition historic photograph, edition 1/5. This photograph depicts the auditorium at Riverside Hospital. Riverside Hospital became an adolescent drug treatment facility from 1952 until 1964. This was the basis for the Broadway play, "Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie," which launched the career of Al Pacino when he won a Tony Award for his performance. Taken in 1975", this photograph is featured in "Islands of New York" photographic series. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island...” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Ferry - Ellis Island 1974" Contemporary Photograph, from Islands of New York
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24" limited edition historic photograph, edition 1/5. This photograph depicts a partially sunken Staten Island at the then abandoned dock along Ellis Island. Taken in 1974", this photograph is featured in "Islands of New York" photographic series. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island...” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Registry - Ellis Island 1974" Contemporary Photograph, from Islands of New York
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24" limited edition photograph, edition 1/5. This photograph depicts the interior of the then abandoned Ellis Island registry taken in 1974", featured in "Islands of New York" photographic series. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island...” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Registry - Ellis Island 1974" Contemporary Photograph, from Islands of New York
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
30"x40" limited edition photograph, edition 1/5. This photograph depicts the interior of the then abandoned Ellis Island registry taken in 1974", featured in "Islands of New York" photographic series. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island...” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Tiny Planet, Bannermans" contemporary photograph. limited edition of 25
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
Signed editioned 18"x18" photograph edition of 25, depicting a spherical panoramic image of Bannerman's Castle, on Pollepel Island in the Hudson Valley. The principal feature on the island is Bannerman's Castle, an abandoned military surplus warehouse. This photograph is included in the series, “No Man Is an Island: Poetry in the Ruins of the New York Archipelago,” fifty years of work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting many of the islands surrounding Manhattan. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island…” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Rat Island" Contemporary Photograph, from "Islands of New York" series
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
30"x40" limited edition photograph, edition 1/5. This photograph depicts Rat Island and is featured in the series, "Islands of New York". Emerald green waters surrounds this small island in New York. In 2016, Alex Schibli, the Swiss owner of this private island, placed a statue William Tell on the island (it is currently laying on its side waiting to be reinstalled upright). The statue is a reproduction of a monument located in Altdorf, Switzerland, that honors him as a freedom fighter. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. In the series “No Man is an Island...” Buehler has photographed the historic, and also often forgotten islands, around New York City. Some of them, like Ellis Island, loom large in their impact on history, culture and existence in the national identity. Others, like “Rat Island,” a privately-owned 2.5 acre islet north of The Bronx, with an unusual statue...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"F-106 Delta Darts, AMARG, Arizona" Color Photograph, limited edition
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
In Buehler’s color photograph from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona, the F-106 Delta Darts parked in alignment, their silver tails recede into the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

"Water Well" color photograph, autumn farm landscape painting on abstract wall
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24", signed, editioned color photograph. A lush Fall farm landscape with greens fields, orange trees and red barn painting is contrasted by the placement on a highly distressed wall. Multiple layers of paint in various colors from teal blue, pink, beige, and orange are peeled and cracked creating an abstract pattern of color behind the landscape painting in this photograph. Time and age have created an image of beautiful decay with the cracked and peeling paint, which creates an amazing visual backdrop to the painting. The pairing of the two in this photograph compliment each other on a sensory level and bring out thoughts of nostalgia and longing. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. He is arguably the first to coin the neologism “modern ruins”. His photographs published in “Woody Guthrie’s Wardy Forty,” have won numerous awards, documenting the singer/songwriter/activist’s life at Greystone Park Psychiatric. He received his BA at Rutgers University and his MFA in photography at School of Visual Arts. Phillip Buehler has been featured in Art in America, The New York Times, Art News, The Art...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Church Steeple" conceptual color photograph, rural landscape, abstract wall
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
This 18"x24", signed, editioned color photograph, contrasts an image of a rural town landscape painting, against the highly textured aqua, teal, turquoise blue painted wall, which reveals a cream white underpaint layer. Time and age have created an image of beautiful decay with the cracked and peeling paint, which creates an amazing visual backdrop to the painting. The pairing of the two in this photograph compliment each other on a sensory level and bring out thoughts of nostalgia and longing. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. He is arguably the first to coin the neologism “modern ruins”. His photographs published in “Woody Guthrie’s Wardy Forty,” have won numerous awards, documenting the singer/songwriter/activist’s life at Greystone Park Psychiatric. He received his BA at Rutgers University and his MFA in photography at School of Visual Arts. Phillip Buehler has been featured in Art in America, The New York Times, Art News, The Art Newspaper, Wall Street Journal, American Photo Magazine, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Gothamist, Art F City, The Sun, ABC, CNN, and numerous other publications. Phillip Buehler Church Steeple...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Four Photograph Set, Abstract Landscape Conceptual Color Photograph series
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
Included are four 18"x24", signed, editioned color photographs. Each of the four photographs depict a a different landscape painting hung on a distressed wall. From a rural town vi...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Water Wheel" color photograph, waterfall landscape painting on abstract wall
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24", signed, editioned color photograph. In this conceptual photograph, the artist has paired a painting of watermill, in a rural landscape with a highly distress wall. The bab...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Church Dome" color photograph, rose pink abstract wall, town road landscape
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x24", signed, editioned color photograph. The rose pink textured wall of the distressed background in this photograph complements pinkish reds of the road depicted in the rural town landscape painting, which was selected and placed by the artist to have this interaction. The red tones in horizontal stripes of the exposed wood lathing strips on the wall that the painting is hung, add to the visual texture with the white paint under the peeling pink paint. Time and age have created an image of beautiful decay with the cracked and peeling paint, which creates an amazing visual backdrop to the painting. The pairing of the two in this photograph compliment each other on a sensory level and bring out thoughts of nostalgia and longing. Phillip Buehler is a New York based photographer who documents the deterioration and remnants of neglected architecture constructed in the recent past. He is arguably the first to coin the neologism “modern ruins”. His photographs published in “Woody Guthrie’s Wardy Forty,” have won numerous awards, documenting the singer/songwriter/activist’s life at Greystone Park Psychiatric. He received his BA at Rutgers University and his MFA in photography at School of Visual Arts. Phillip Buehler has been featured in Art in America, The New York Times, Art News, The Art Newspaper, Wall Street Journal, American Photo Magazine, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Gothamist, Art F City, The Sun, ABC, CNN, and numerous other publications. Phillip Buehler Church Dome...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

Thunderbolt Sign, Coney Island
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
edition of 5, signed on reverse. This photograph was taken in 2000 of the the Thunderbolt rollercoaster in Coney Island prior to its demolition. The Thunderbolt was a wooden roller...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Atrium" large scale color photograph, Wayne Hills Mall (Modern Ruins) framed
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph has a kaleidoscope feel in the geometric pattern of blue clouded sky tiles and salmon coral diamond paneling. It captures the view of the open panel ceiling of the atrium in the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Courtyard" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. A view of the crumbling panel ceiling of the courtyard in the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Waldenbooks" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruins) 24"x30" color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30 contemporary color photograph, limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. The shuttered gate of Waldenbooks appears as an ineffectual effort in the dilapidated scene captured by Phillip Buehler. The once brilliant sign has been removed, yet you can see the aura of the letters, appearing as black signage against a grey-black surface. Debris and trash litter the flooded corridor, creating a errie feeling. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player...
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"Sam Goody" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruin series) 24"x30"color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" contemporary color photograph, limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the remnants of a Sam Goody shopfront in the now closed and demolished, Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, New Jersey. Phillip Buehler captures the last stages of the life of the once bustling mall, with the empty corridors and dilapidated storefronts and kiosks. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player. Buehler’s photos of iconic hangouts and lowbrow teenage meeting places ring out from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s but are torn away from their movie soundtracks and sent into an apocalyptic icy future. Featuring Sam Goody, Waldenbooks, Toys R Us...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Art World" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruin series) 24"x30" color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" contemporary color photograph, limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the time ravaged corridor of the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, New Jersey. A waterlogged hallway leads from the crumbling atrium to the empty storefront shell of Art World, with its sign still intact on the upper wall of the shop. Phillip Buehler captures the last stages of the life of the once bustling mall, with the empty corridors and dilapidated storefronts and kiosks. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player. Buehler’s photos of iconic hangouts and lowbrow teenage meeting places ring out from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s but are torn away from their movie soundtracks and sent into an apocalyptic icy future. Featuring Sam Goody, Waldenbooks, Toys R Us...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

"Main Entrance" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruins) 24"x30" color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" photograph, limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. Barricaded with a wall of gnarled metal, the abandoned mall's entrance is blocked by a wall of debris. Phillip Buehler's photograph captures the unsettling scene of the closed mall, seemingly taken from a post-apocolyptic, science-fiction scene. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Blimpie" Wayne Hills Mall, Wayne, NJ (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. Flooded hallways and abandoned kiosks are all that remains of the shops at Wayne Hill's Mall. This photograph depicts the once active Blimpie's sandwich shop. It's famous logo and neon sign still intact in the dilapidated mall. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player. Buehler’s photos of iconic hangouts and lowbrow teenage meeting places ring out from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s but are torn away from their movie soundtracks and sent into an apocalyptic icy future. Featuring Sam Goody, Waldenbooks, Toys R Us...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

"Sam Goody Exterior" Wayne Hills Mall (from Modern Ruins series) photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts what remains of the of the Sam Goody entrance at the deserted Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, New Jersey. The prominent sign to the entrance of the mall, has been removed yet, there is still the vaguely visible lettering on the grand entrance to the closed retailer. Phillip Buehler captures the last stages of the life of the once bustling mall, with the empty corridors and dilapidated storefronts and kiosks. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

"Main Entrance" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. Barricaded with a wall of gnarled metal, the abandoned mall's entrance is blocked by a wall of debris. Phillip Buehler's photograph captures the unsettling scene of the closed mall, seemingly taken from a post-apocolyptic, science-fiction scene. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player. Buehler’s photos of iconic hangouts and lowbrow teenage meeting places ring out from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s but are torn away from their movie soundtracks and sent into an apocalyptic icy future. Featuring Sam Goody, Waldenbooks, Toys R Us...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Sam Goody" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruin series) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the remnants of a Sam Goody shopfront in the now closed and demolished, Wayne Hills M...
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"Foot Locker" Former Wayne Hills Mall (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the time ravaged former "Footlocker" storefront in the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall...
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"The Town Mouse" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. The quaint facade of the beloved "Town Mouse" has fallen into disrepair amongst other artifacts in the abando...
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"Photocenter 2000" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. A flood of water creates a reflected surface of debris along the floor of the abandoned store in this photograph. Buehler has captured the time capsule effect of the remnants of the store with its geometric patterns in pink, teal and grey denoting the former 'glory days' of the Wayne Hills Mall...
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"Santa's Stage" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. As the Holiday season approaches we can image and remember the stage upon which Santa sat in the Wayne Hill's...
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"Waldenbooks" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. The shuttered gate of Waldenbooks appears as an ineffectual effort in the dilapidated scene captured by Phillip Buehler. The once brilliant sign has been removed, yet you can see the aura of the letters, appearing as black signage against a grey-black surface. Debris and trash litter the flooded corridor, creating a errie feeling. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall...
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"Sound-a-Rama" Former Wayne Hills Mall (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the time ravaged former "Sound-a-Rama" storefront in the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, New Jersey. A sign still hangs in the dilapidated and vacant store awning. The shop's waterlogged ceiling has collapsed, and pools of water have formed along the once busy hallway of the mall. This photograph is a featured in a solo exhibition of Phillip Buehler's photographs, entitled: “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place.” Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Mallrat to Snapchat: The End of the Third Place,” on view November 29th - January 12th. January recent work by photographer Phillip Buehler documenting the death of the Wayne Hills Mall in Wayne, New Jersey. This is Buehler’s second solo show at Front Room Gallery. Buehler’s exhibition is part photography, part installation, part cultural critique, mixed in with nostalgia and genuine affection for this very American economical and sociological experiment— The Mall. Buehler takes a very intimate look at the beginning, and possibly ending, of mall culture in the United States featuring not only photographs, but also artifacts from the mall and its opening year, 1973. Under a photograph of a desolate Sam Goody will be a bin filled with almost 100 albums from that year, that visitors can flip through and play in the gallery on a vintage record player. Buehler’s photos of iconic hangouts and lowbrow teenage meeting places ring out from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s but are torn away from their movie soundtracks and sent into an apocalyptic icy future. Featuring Sam Goody, Waldenbooks, Toys R Us...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Archival Pigment

"Atrium" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruins) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. A view of the open panel ceiling of the atrium in the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall...
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"Avenue Exterior" Wayne Hills Mall (from Modern Ruins series) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the faint residual outlines of the sign to the Avenue store at the deserted Wayne Hills Mall...
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"Mall is Closed" Wayne Hills Mall, NJ (Modern Ruins series) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts an interior view looking out of the closed and deserted Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, N...
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"Art World" Wayne Hills Mall, New Jersey (Modern Ruin series) color photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
limited edition of 5, signed on reverse by the artist, Phillip Buehler. This photograph depicts the time ravaged corridor of the abandoned Wayne Hills Mall, in Wayne, New Jersey. A...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Strategic Air Command B-52
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" will photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern...
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Piano
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24" x30" edition 2 of 5 available unframed Phillip Buehler has been photographing abandoned places around the world since he rowed to the (then abandoned) Ellis Island in 1974. Many, like Greystone Park Hospital, have since been demolished; some, like Ellis Island and the High Line, have been restored, and some, like the S.S. United States and the New York State Pavilion, are now in jeopardy. Photographs from the (now demolished) Greystone Park Hospital are featured in this exhibition and in the book "Wardy Forty" which he wrote in 2013 about the last days of Woody Guthrie.
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Nike Bunker 30"x40" limited edition photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
30"x40" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) Please inquire about framing options. This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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Titan II Base
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
30"x30" archival pigment print photograph, ed. 5 signed and editioned on reverse by the New York artist, Phillip Buehler This photograph is from “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Following the Soviet Union’s detonation of its first thermonuclear bomb in 1953, the United States began actively developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The Titan II Missile program was a Cold War weapons system featuring fifty-four launch complexes in three states. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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White Flags
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" archival pigment print, signed and editioned by the artist, 1/5 Phillip Buehler has been photographing "modern ruins" for over 35 years. "In 1974, when I was in high school,...
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Fallout Shelter, archival dye-sub print on aluminum
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
archival dye-sub print on aluminum. 14"x20" edition of 25 signed on reverse This photograph depicts the iconic fallout shelter sign, that designated locations of safety from nuclea...
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Tantalizing Takeoff
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x18" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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"Salt Shed" Contemporary Color Photograph
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
The graphic red orange and white pattern of the tent canopy, composed with the metal trestle arches creates a visual symmetry in this color photograph. The soft geometry of the central salt pile mimic the arch and undulating forms in orange ceiling pattern of the shed. 24"x48" will photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5). Unframed, please inquire about framing options. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Nuclear Warheads
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x24" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Vietnam B-52
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" will photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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B-52 Cockpit
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
40"40" photograph, edition of 5, signed and editioned on reverse framed in natural wood shadowbox frame This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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Superstitious Aloysius
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x18"photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Sioux Warrior
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
18"x18" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Nike Bunker
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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B52 Field
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" photograph, signed and editioned on reverse. (edition of 5) This photograph is from a series entitled, “(UN)THINKABLE,” the culmination of 25 years of Phillip Buehler’s work photographing remnants of the Cold War throughout the United States and Europe. Buehler has visited NATO airbases, Cape Canaveral, the Airplane Graveyard, missile bunkers and silos (even within New York City’s borders) among many other sites that are historic, and yet hidden, forbidden, and forgotten. Photographs from this series will be featured in a solo exhibition this September at the Front Room Gallery. For anyone growing up during the Cold War the sense of dread of the world’s annihilation was all to concrete. It was evidenced in films like “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Day After.” Everyone knew the U.S. had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the world 5 times over, and assumed something similar about the Russians. For those not old enough to remember this built in fear, don’t worry (worry) it is reawakening. We don’t need another Cuban Missile Crisis to push us to the brink, the renewed tension with the Russians, and now North Korea’s recent entry in the nuclear weapons club is more than enough to unnerve anyone who is watching these conflicts unfold. Phillip Buehler is watching closely. Through this comprehensive series Buehler’s photos show many aspects of this non-war war. In Buehler’s aerial photographs from a military airplane storage yard in Arizona the repetition of the same model of bomber aircraft are so abstractly pattern-based that the overall effect beginnings to feel like a Middle Eastern tapestry...
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2010s Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Typewriter
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" edition of 5 photograph available unframed Phillip Buehler has been photographing abandoned places around the world since he rowed to the (then abandoned) Ellis Island in 1974. Many, like Greystone Park Hospital, have since been demolished; some, like Ellis Island and the High Line, have been restored, and some, like the S.S. United States and the New York State Pavilion, are now in jeopardy. Photographs from the (now demolished) Greystone Park Hospital are featured in this exhibition and in the book “Wardy Forty” which he wrote in 2013 about the last days of Woody Guthrie...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Purple Door
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse This photograph was taken at Greystone Park Hospital, and depicts the extremely distressed texture of a wall and door in the a...
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Hair Dryers
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse This photograph was taken at Greystone Park Hospital, and shows an abandoned interior space with three beauty parlor style hair dryers...
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4 Sinks
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse. This photograph is taken at Greystone Park Hospital, in an abandoned washroom, with a row of sinks lined up against a distres...
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Barber's Chair
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse This photograph was taken at Greystone Park Hospital and shows a singular abandoned barber chair i...
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Staircase
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
20"x 24" available unframed This photograph depicts a look down a stairwell at Greystone Park Hospital, from a central perspective showing the cascading stairs as they recede int...
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Operating Room
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse This photograph was taken at Greystone Park Hospital, and shows a distressed abandoned operating room...
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Bed Window
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse This photograph taken at Greystone Park Hospital shows an old single bed that has been abandoned. The bed has been decayed to the point of simply being a decayed bed frame and piled wooden bed boards...
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Wheel Chair
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x 30" photograph, edition of 5, signed on reverse. This photograph is taken at Greystone Park Hospital, in an area of the building where snow has drifted into the abandoned complex. Phillip Buehler has been photographing abandoned places around the world since he rowed to the (then abandoned) Ellis Island in 1974. Many, like Greystone Park Hospital, have since been demolished; some, like Ellis Island and the High Line, have been restored, and some, like the S.S. United States and the New York State Pavilion, are now in jeopardy. Photographs from the (now demolished) Greystone Park Hospital are featured in this exhibition and in the book “Wardy Forty” which he wrote in 2013 about the last days of Woody...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Shower
By Phillip Buehler
Located in New York, NY
24"x30" edition of 5 photograph available unframed Phillip Buehler has been photographing abandoned places around the world since he rowed to the (then abandoned) Ellis Island in 1974. Many, like Greystone Park Hospital, have since been demolished; some, like Ellis Island and the High Line, have been restored, and some, like the S.S. United States and the New York State Pavilion, are now in jeopardy. Photographs from the (now demolished) Greystone Park Hospital are featured in this exhibition and in the book “Wardy Forty” which he wrote in 2013 about the last days of Woody Guthrie
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Phillip Buehler Art

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Find a wide variety of authentic Phillip Buehler art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of blue, purple and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Phillip Buehler in pigment print, archival pigment print, paper and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the contemporary style. Not every interior allows for large Phillip Buehler art, so small editions measuring 14 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Bill Armstrong, Luke Smalley, and Cheryl Medow. Phillip Buehler art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $800 and tops out at $6,500, while the average work can sell for $1,700.

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