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Toni Meneguzzo: Diptych
29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery is proud to announce the opening on the 20th of September 2022 of DIPTYCH - the solo show of the eclectic Italian photographer Toni Meneguzzo. The artist pushes towards a truly contemporary language suggestive of an unpublished relationship between the Polaroid and the vividness of his most recent digital photographs which combine a rigorous formal technique with an uninhibited use of the medium. The exhibition will run from 20th of September to the 19th of November 2022.
The Day May Break Chapter Two by Nick Brandt
The Day May Break is an ongoing global series portraying people and animals that have been badly impacted by environmental degradation and destruction. Chapter One, which was released last year, features photographs taken in Zimbabwe and Kenya in late 2020. The work in Chapter Two, which will be unveiled in October 2022, was taken by Brandt earlier this year in Bolivia. This is the first time in his 20 year career that Brandt has made work outside of Africa.
Hidden: Life with California’s Roma Families by Cristina Salvador Klenz
Hidden: Life with California's Roma Families by Cristina Salvador Klenz is the first photography book ever to feature American Roma (formerly known as Gypsies) and to highlight the unique plight of a people marginalized and persecuted quite literally since the dawn of their culture 1,000 years ago. Modeled after Josef Koudelka's seminal work Gypsies, Klenz's collection was shot on black and white, 35 mm film in the early 1990s and 2003.
MEADOW by Nicholas Pollack
Secaucus, New Jersey is partially surrounded by the marshes, inlets, and wetlands known as the Meadowlands. The ecosystems have been severely impacted by years of landfills and other environmental abuses, but it is what is found and what remains in this region that photographer Nicholas Pollack works to convey in his photographic project and book Meadow (Hirmer, October 2022).
Berlin by Jason Langer
For part of his childhood, photographer Jason Langer lived with his mother and two brothers on a kibbutz in Israel following his parent’s divorce in the United States. This experience, along with childhood visits to the kibbutz’s Holocaust memorial every Yom Hashoah, and hearing frightful stories from his mother and grandmother about German people, shaped and informed his impressions and understanding of Germany. This included considerations and beliefs of Germany as a country, culture, its past Nazi ideology, and how that related to his own Jewish identity. It was a complicated understanding, and one that haunted him in several respects throughout his life.
Ritual by David Katzenstein
These photographs by David Katzenstein emerged from his lifelong artistic journey as a visual chronicler of humanity. His mission led him to travel to many parts of the world to experience other cultures and peoples firsthand, capturing images that relate to the themes he is drawn to. In the process, he came to be fascinated by rituals.
VIVANT, Le sacre du corps by Isabelle Chapuis
A work to which she has dedicated herself for the last 7 years. ''I propose through this work an experience of meeting the living. In its human, vegetal, mineral or animal forms, I am keen to celebrate its manifestations in their rich and complex beauties.
Roadside Meditations by Rob Hammer
Photographer Rob Hammer logs in an average of 35,000 miles per year road-tripping around the United States in his truck with his dog, exploring, discovering, and photographing what he's said can be "an endless expanse of unknown." He's come to call the trips "treasure hunts," and the 75 color images collected in his new book, Roadside Meditations (Kehrer Verlag, October 4, 2022) reflect a sense of respect and wonder not only for the landscapes and human imprint he discovers along the way, but also for the immersive process itself.
Paddy Summerfield: Mother and Father
Mother and Father is a moving journal of the final years of a sixty-year marriage. For ten years, from 1997 to 2007 Paddy Summerfield photographed his parents, reflecting on the bond between them, which even the effects of Alzheimers could not break. They become symbols in a drama of balance and tension, which is both domestic and epic.
AAP Magazine #27: Colors
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