BP is up to her usual visual games, where the same object is photographed at the same time from varying inventive vantage points to create very different looking pictures. Honestly, I was a little underwhelmed. It’s not unlike work you already know of hers that certainly has felt fresher. Her images have become pro-forma. Heck, even MoMA has rehung their permanent collection in a refreshing self-examining of photography, which illustrates the mechanics of the medium. BP just doesn’t feel as contrary and avant-garde as she once did. That being said, she has gotten really good at what she does. The twelve-picture, multiple floor, interior, exterior image of an apple, shot at what appears to be the same moment, is a tour de force, clearly illustrating how something is photographed creates meaning. It may still be a needed lesson in the visual learning of your average art viewer, but by comparison to the last two Paul Graham shows, BP seems rather safe.