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Magnum Square Print Sale in Partnership with Aperture: Works of Imagination
Signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6x6" prints by Magnum Photos and Aperture photographers for $100, available for one week only.
States of Change
States of Change is an online print sale fundraiser in support of local groups working on the ground in five key swing states (AZ, FL, MI, PA and WI) to fight voter suppression and to get out the vote. States of Change is organized in partnership with Movement Voter Project. The fundraiser runs online at statesofchange.us until Sunday, October 18th at midnight PST, featuring prints from 150+ artists and photographers priced at $150.
Josephine Sacabo: Those Who Dance
A Gallery for Fine Photography is pleased to present THOSE WHO DANCE, a new collection of twenty-one 25 x 19" hand-pulled photogravures printed on Japanese kozo by contemporary artist Josephine Sacabo. THOSE WHO DANCE tells the story of Nahui Olin, an incomparable woman born into and later expelled from Mexico's high society in the early 20th century, who was both artist and muse to the likes of Diego Rivera and Edward Weston. Sacabo's images embody the mystery and otherworldly quality of their subject, a woman who refused to capitulate to the boundaries of her societal milieu and was punished severely for it. Sacabo recasts this injustice as a moment of triumph - her photographs express the beautiful, joyful abandon in dancing to the music of one's own soul.
All About Photo is Pleased to Present Zaido
The winner of the Solo Exhibition for the month of October 2020 is Yukari Chikura with her project Zaido. Discover her project.
Paolo Roversi - Studio Luce
The Municipality of Ravenna, the Department of Culture, and the MAR Museum of Art of Ravenna present the exhibition Paolo Roversi - Studio Luce, dedicated to the Ravenna photographer.
27th Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award for War Correspondents
Break indifference to conflicts. It's in this logic that the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award for War Correspondents was created. For the past 27 years Bayeux, a place that exemplifies peace and freedom, has been paying tribute to those who prevent oppressors from acting undisturbed and with impunity. Every year the Town of Bayeux, the Department of Calvados, the Normandy Region and their partners join forces to hold a unique event dedicated to a unique profession. The job of war correspondents is essential and serves as a barometer for democracies, yet it is little known and can be subject to abuse.
Acts of Erasure at MOCA
Acts of Erasure brings the two distinct artistic practices of Fatma Bucak and Krista Belle Stewart into dialogue. Bucak identifies as both Kurdish and Turkish. Stewart is a member of the Upper Nicola Band of the Nselxcin Nation in British Columbia, Canada. This pairing opens space for conversations around political identity concerning land and heritage, methodologies of historical repression and interpretation and the act and effects of erasure.
What is Home? At Catherine Edelman Gallery
Catherine Edelman Gallery is excited to open the Fall season with What is Home? featuring work by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Omar Imam and Rubén Martín de Lucas.
Paul Hart: Edgelands
A new exhibition of Paul Hart's compelling photographic work opens this Autumn in Cambridge (UK) to coincide with the release of his latest book RECLAIMED (Dewi Lewis Publishing)
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Palm Springs: Modern Dogs at Home Nancy Baron
Winchester, MA
From September 05, 2020 to October 23, 2020
In good times and bad, our best friends are there for support, therapy, and unconditional love. Especially now-where would we be without our dogs? Although the so-called modernists of Palm Springs embrace the serenity of life in post WWII America, the sometimes-harsh realities of contemporary life are impossible to ignore. These mid twentieth century re-enactors are often transplants, enjoying the Palm Springs lifestyle with their dogs and friends as their chosen family. The beautiful climate, wide-open spaces, and clean décor make the perfect home for their desert pets that are as lovingly groomed and cared-for as their surroundings. For the many years that Palm Springs has been my second home, I've been documenting the endlessly intriguing lifestyle beyond its resorts. As a Chicago native, my fascination and appreciation for this desert oasis is magnified and unwaning. The community has welcomed my camera and me into their homes, perfect odes to mid century modern American design. The dogs of the house often follow me around and wander into my camera frame, adding warmth and life to the image as they do to their homes. In these pages I have put these precious pups in the spotlight where they belong. NB
Cani di Roma: Rick Ashley
Winchester, MA
From September 05, 2020 to October 23, 2020
My first formal introduction to photography came after college. That first summer I enrolled in a class at the New England School of Photography, aka NESOP. My instructor, Barry Kiperman, who had spent time with Walker Evans while at Yale, insisted that I take a weekend workshop with a guy named Gary Winogrand. By Monday I was looking to sell my car so that I could buy a Leica. By the time I had (almost) completed the two year program at NESOP I was assisting numerous Boston photographers, starting my own commercial studio, and shooting on the street whenever possible with yes, a Leica. Forty-five years later, after the commercial work, after the teaching, I still prefer the street. Since 1973, I have been returning to Rome, Italy. There was the summer school and fall semester at Trinity College; the travel passes from my wife, a Delta flight attendant; and the 2004 high school semester with my youngest daughter, after the fire that destroyed my studio. Now, that same daughter has been living in Rome for over a decade. Not that I ever needed an excuse, but it is a delight to visit family (often with family) and spend multiple weeks photographing my favorite city. The ever present dogs in Rome have always found their way into my photographs, but in the last few years the dogs have become principle actors. One year ago, Paula reviewed a book I produced of Roman photographs: "Roman Haikus: I-III". Knowing of her love of dogs, I also brought along a small box of dog photographs from Rome. After viewing the Haikus, she looked through the box of 5X7 dog prints and said, "I want to show these next year, this size, no frames, and in this room." And here we are. Thank you Paula! - RA
Lacus Plasticus: Ryan Zoghlin
Winchester, MA
From July 13, 2020 to October 23, 2020
For almost 40 years, I've been sailing off the beaches of Lake Michigan. As a kid and now a father with children, I've always loved the shore. As time has marched on, I've noticed the increase in plastics on the beach year after year. A few years ago, I started collecting and disposing of the plastic bits I would find. Now I collect plastic to create photogram photographs. The images depict plastic parts and pieces as underwater creatures. The pieces dramatize, for now, a fictitious state where plastics displace nature. I've been calling this series, "Lacus Plasticus". RZ
The 2020 Arnold Newman Prize For New Directions in Photographic Portraiture Exhibition
Winchester, MA
From October 01, 2020 to October 23, 2020
Jon Henry Awardee, Finalists Michael Darough, Rubén Salgado Escudero and Priya Kambli The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture is a $20,000 prize awarded annually by Maine Media Workshops + College to a photographer whose work demonstrates a compelling new vision in photographic portraiture. In addition to the winner, the jury selects three finalists each year who are invited to participate in an exhibit at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Jon Henry is the recipient of 2020 Arnold Newman Prize, one of the nation's largest in the world of photographic portraiture. Provoking timely themes of family, socio-political issues, grief, trauma, and healing within the African American community, Henry's work will be on View at The Griffin Museum from October 1 through 23, 2020 Henry's award-winning work entitled Stranger Fruit was created in response to the senseless murders of black men across the nation by police violence. According to his artist statement, "Even with smart phones and dash cams recording the actions, more lives get cut short due to unnecessary and excessive violence." About the Winner: Jon Henry is a visual artist who works with photography and text. He is from Queens, NY and currently living in Brooklyn. His work has been published both nationally and internationally and exhibited in numerous galleries including Aperture Foundation, Smack Mellon, and BRIC among others. Known for the cultural activism in his work, his projects include studies of athletes from different sports and their representations. He was recently named one of LensCulture's Emerging Artists for 2019, an En Foco Fellow for 2020 and he has also won the Film Photo Prize for Continuing Film Project sponsored by Kodak. In this series, Henry photographs mothers with their sons in their environment, reenacting what it must feel like to endure this pain. "The mothers in the photographs have not lost their sons, but understand the reality that this could happen to their family," Henry explains. "The mother is also photographed in isolation, reflecting on the absence. When the trials are over, the protesters have gone home and the news cameras gone, it is the mother left. Left to mourn, to survive." The title of the project is a reference to the song "Strange Fruit." Instead of black bodies hanging from the Poplar Tree, "these fruits of our families, our communities, are being killed in the street." About the Award: The Prize is funded by the Arnold and Augusta Newman Foundation and administered by Maine Media Workshops + College. The influential and revered photographer and educator, Arnold Newman, enjoyed a decades' long association with Maine Media, where he taught numerous photographic workshops over the years. The Arnold and Augusta Newman Foundation has continued his legacy at the College, supporting scholarships, media production, a distinguished lecture series, and the prestigious Arnold Newman Prize in Photographic Portraiture, a cash prize of $20,000 accompanied by an exhibition awarded annually to a photographer whose work demonstrates a compelling new vision in photography." About the Selection Process: Selected by a jury of world-renowned photographers Makeda Best (Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography at Harvard University), Aline Smithson (Los Angeles based visual artist, educator, and editor), and Dan Winters (award-winning portrait photographer, illustrator, filmmaker, and writer), each juror brought to the selection process a unique perspective guided by distinguished insight, analysis, and integrity. The winner and finalists for the 2020 Arnold Newman Prize in Photographic Portraiture are invited to participate in a museum exhibition. The finalists this year include The Talk by Michael Darough, Solar Portraits by Rubén Salgado Escudero, and Buttons for Eyes by Priya Kambli.
Jan Watten: Unexpected Landscapes
Oakland, CA
From September 12, 2020 to October 24, 2020
Unexpected Landscapes - photographs by Jan Watten, celebrates abstract forms of light and texture in nature. With intuition and serendipity, Watten creates stunning images using a rudimentary film camera and no technical interventions. The results are captivating images of surprising beauty and wonder of the natural world. Curated by Christine Ferrouge Jan Watten has a passion for expressing the essence and core of her subject's being. This vision of purity and simplicity was nurtured during her youth – and inspired by the experience of growing up in Asia and support from her mother, who was an artist and gallerist. Watten's work revolves around the idea of identity – focusing on capturing an aspect or an isolated moment of her subjects – whether the subject matter is human or plant life. In this series Unexpected Landscapes, Watten used a rudimentary and low-tech film camera for this study of images captured in the natural world around her. These photographs are in black and white as she feels that this reduces an image into simple and basic elements without the interruption of color and extraneous information. Watten has a BFA in Photography from California College of Arts and Crafts, and has been making photographs for over 25 years in her Oakland studio in the Jingletown Arts District. She has shown domestically and internationally, and was profiled in Black and White Magazine in 2010.
I’m Not the Only One
San Francisco, CA
From September 08, 2020 to October 24, 2020
Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present I’m Not the Only One, a group exhibition that explores solitude alongside our relentless yearning to connect, in photographs and videos from 19 artists that echo and reflect our current socially distant world.
Elongated Shadows
New York, NY
From September 05, 2020 to October 24, 2020
Elongated Shadows is a multimedia exhibition examining the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, from the viewpoint of both the Americans who were behind the research and detonation of the bombs, and the Japanese civilians who were victimized in the infamous attacks. Two of the exhibition's artists, Kei Ito and Yukiyo Kawano, are third generation hibakusha, survivors of the atomic bombings. Through their work, they reflect upon their grandparents' experiences in an effort to better understand their own inherited trauma and the unknown impact of radiation across generations. The three additional artists have ties to the American side of the conflict. Suzanne Hodes has an intimate connection to the bombings as the wife one of the lead scientists who contributed to the creation of the bomb with the Manhattan Project. Andrew Paul Keiper and Ari Beser are both separated from the conflict by a generation. Keiper's grandfather was an engineer for the Manhattan Project and Beser's grandfather was the only person to fly on both the flights that dropped atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Planned for the 75th year anniversary of the bombings, the exhibition revisits one of the biggest catastrophes of human history in an effort to encourage a more measured response to current nuclear tensions. Elongated Shadows reveals the true impact of nuclear bombs. Gathering artists forever connected by tragedy, it prompts reflection on themes of forgiveness, identity, and heritage. *Elongated Shadows is an apexart New York City Open Call Exhibition, originally set to open at 291 Church St., New York, NY, however due to Covid-19, it will now be presented online.
Matt Lipps: Solve for X
New York, NY
From September 10, 2020 to October 24, 2020
Over the past twenty years, Matt Lipps has developed a distinctive photographic practice that pays tribute to the history of twentieth century photography while also questioning the dominant myths that structure our cultural narratives. This exhibition presents new work from two related but distinct series, both of which incorporate analogue photography, collage and printed media. Where Figure Becomes Ground, begun in 2019, merges documentary photographs from the male-oriented magazine US Camera Annual with iconic 1990s fashion images published in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.
8X10 Fundraising Exhibition
Carmel, CA
From September 19, 2020 to October 29, 2020
It's time for CPA's most exciting and important fundraiser of the year: our 8 x 10 Fundraising Exhibition! Our gallery will be filled with a wide-ranging selection of small framed works of art generously donated by our talented community of photographers. We have works by over 100 established and emerging artists from California and beyond! Due to COVID-19, our 8×10 Fundraiser will be an online auction this year instead of a raffle, but all the works will be installed in our gallery for the public to view in person as well. With the Center for Photographic Arts deep roots in traditional West Coast Photography and our historic space that once housed the Friends of Photography Gallery, we are pleased to report that our fundraising exhibition will have works by each of the founders of the Friends of Photography: Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock and Cole Weston. This special show also features contemporary works from rising stars in the photography world and local legends and favorites! While the majority of the works will be for auction, we have a special selection of photographs that will be for raffle only in the gallery.
The Altered Image
Miami, FL
From October 01, 2020 to October 30, 2020
Dina Mitrani Gallery is delighted to present The Altered Image: Women Telling Stories by Combining Photography with Mixed Media, as part of the Miami Design District's Art in the District Cultural Program. This temporary exhibiton, featuring the work of more than 20 artists, is on view from October 1 to 30, 2020 and is open to the public Monday - Saturday, 11-7 and Sundays 12-5. The Altered Image is an exhibition of women artists who use the photographic medium as a departure point to tell their stories. Each of the artists adds varying layers of meaning to the work by manipulating the image with paint, drawing, embroidery, collage, organic ingredients, and transfers to various found materials. The resulting works depict diverse symbolic alterations, which illustrate unique and textured visual narratives. The combination of image and other more tactile means of artistic expression truly allows for a layered narrative. In most cases the works are deeply personal representations of identity, memory, generational histories, traditions and our relationships to the natural or built environment. The works in this exhibition aesthetically and conceptually vary, but are threaded together by the essential use of the photographic process. The artists included are: Maria Martinez-Cańas (Cuba/Miami), Delphine Dialo (Paris/Brooklyn), Marina Font (Argentina/Miami), Amy Friend (Canada), Marina Gonella (Argentina/Miami), Adriene Hughes (San Diego), Priya Kambli, (India/Minnesota), Heidi Kirkpatrick (Portland), Silvia Lizama (Cuba/Miami), Diane Meyer (Los Angeles), Tatiana Parcero (Mexico/Buenos Aires), Rachel Phillips (San Francisco), Olivia Racionzer (Italy/Wales), Astrid Reischwitz (Germany/Boston), Georgina Reskala (Mexico/San Francisco), Alexandra Rowley (New York), Sarah Michelle Rupert (Miami), Rebecca Sexton Larson (Tampa), Aline Smithson (Los Angeles), Krista Svalbonas (Latvia/Philadelphia), and Laura Villarreal (Mexico/Miami). Special thanks to Craig Robins and Dacra, Claire Breukel, curator of Miami Design District Cultural Program, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Art Media Gallery, Fountainhead Residency, Catherine Couturier Gallery (Houston), Arnika Dawkins Gallery (Atlanta), Gallery Kayafas (Boston), and Klompching Gallery (New York).
 Osceola Refetoff: Kinematic Exposures
Los Angeles, CA
From September 12, 2020 to October 30, 2020
Von Lintel Gallery is pleased to announce Kinematic Exposures, an exhibition featuring Osceola Refetoff's ethereal pinhole camera works. The term Kinematic Exposure was coined by the artist to describe the handheld exposures he makes while moving about with a pinhole camera. Most of the images featured in this exhibition were all taken during a recent trip to Antarctica. Osceola Refetoff's images exist within traditional means - landscape, portraiture, editorial - and are variously produced using film, digital, infrared, and pinhole exposures, according to what best expresses the character of his subjects. Thus, despite his documentarian impulses and the fact that his images deliberately depict quite ordinary, even mundane, subjects, he trains on them a hyper-realistic and nuanced vision, often yielding surreal, even dreamlike images. His process generally happens “in camera,” at the moment of capture, in a kind of alchemical reaction that transforms the external world into something both unchanged and extraordinary, realistic and magical. Refetoff was born in Montreal. He now lives and works in Los Angeles. Since 1995, his work has been widely exhibited, including institutions like the San Diego Art Institute, Palm Springs Art Museum and Museo Area Archeologica Arte Contemporaena (Italy), and regularly reviewed in publications such as Artillery, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, and The British Journal of Photography.
Alice Grebanier: Ephemera
Hopewell, NJ
From October 01, 2020 to October 30, 2020
The magic act of photography is that it captures the appearance of something at a specific time and place. The image captured is itself something new: a long-lasting record of the ephemeral observations of our eyes and brains. This exhibit explores the concept of ephemerality, as well as how photography itself both expands and disrupts our experience of the ephemeral nature of material and non-material things.
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