AIPAD is the longest-running photography fair in the world, each year exhibiting a wide variety of photographic pieces. This year AIPAD will feature 89 of the world’s top photography art galleries, a special selection of short films presented by Wesley Miller (curator of Art21), films by Martha Colburn, Daniel Gordon, Rashid Johnson, Liz Magic Lase, along with others on display throughout the fair.
Don’t miss the Opening Night Preview on Wednesday, April 15th. All proceeds from the evening will go to benefit the 92nd Street Y.
Since 1980, collectors have depended on the expertise of AIPAD galleries. We are honored to present the 35th edition of the Show, which has evolved to become the go-to art fair for photography collectors at all levels. – Catherine Edelman in Art Daily
April 16th – 19th, 2015
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New York, NY 10065
Ysabel LeMay was chosen to represent Texas as part of the 2015 edition of the Women to Watch exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, in Washington, DC.
Women to Watch began in 2008, and has since completed three major exhibitions highlighting emerging female artists from around the globe. The 2015 edition of Women to Watch will be the fourth exhibition in the series, and this time they will be highlighting contemporary artists focusing on re-contextualized images of plants, animals and nature.
Keep your eye out for Ysabel LeMay’s photographs in Women to Watch running June 5th – September 13th.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s American Solider exhibition explores the impact of war through fifty photographs of American servicemen and women. Don’t miss out, the Huffington Post names it as one of the top talked about exhibitions of 2015!
From the Iliad onward, war has been a major theme in art and literature. With my Holocaust portraits and now with the portraits of Vietnam Veterans, my photograph/text pieces add to our understanding of how the trauma of war affects both combatants and civilians caught in the crossfire. Many important issues of war and peace emerge in the war stories and in the portraits themselves… continue reading
- Jeffrey Wolin
American Solider is free, open to the public, and runs January 23rd – June 21st.
Each year The New Mexico Museum of Art hosts a year-long cycle of exhibitions highlighting photography and it’s key roles in society. This year the museum includes Tales from a Darkroom, a group exhibition celebrating the tools of the trade from wet-plate processes to alternative and darkroom photography techniques. Stop by the NMMA to see John Cyr’s photographs in Tales from a Darkroom, on view January 9th – April 19th.
I am photographing available developer trays so that the photography community will remember specific, tangible printing tools that have been a seminal part of the photographic experience for the past hundred years. By titling each tray with its owner’s name, I reference the historical significance of these objects in a minimal manner that evokes thought and introspection about what images have passed through each individual tray. – John Cyr
Sandro’s latest photographs in his Malkovich series pay homage to Diane Arbus, Horst P. Horst, Eikoh Hosoe, William Klein, Annie Leibovitz, Jim Marshall, Arnold Newman and Victor Skrebneski. All 41 photographs can be seen at CEG until the end of the month, and if you’re on the West Coast you can see the entire series on exhibit at Fahey/Klein Gallery in February.
Take a sneak peek at a few images below or view the entire series on our website.
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to The Chicago Project, Katarzyna Derda. Take a peek at a few of Katarzyna’s images along with her artist statement. Be sure to visit The Chicago Project website to see more of her work!
Neverdoll is a cinematic narrative that uses storytelling as a way to confront emotional states such as melancholy, loneliness and fear. The photographs represent pivotal moments in life’s journey, which is often a mysterious and romantic voyage. With the use of a small doll, with large eyes as the subject, the viewer is encouraged to immerse in themselves into these moments and to view the world differently. The artist, Fantoche, created the doll.
Neverdoll is ongoing project photographed with a medium format camera and printed in a darkroom using lith process. This process provides me the opportunity to create one of kind photographs that are as delicate and gritty as life itself. The lith prints are then scanned and printed as mounted pigment prints.
If you are interested in learning more about The Chicago Project or would like information on how to submit, click HERE.
Whether by some grand conspiracy or maybe (probably) just coincidence, Chicago’s curators and gallery owners spent 2014 preoccupied with the idea of transformation. Two of the fall’s most highly anticipated shows, “David Bowie Is” at the MCA and “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich” at Catherine Edelman Gallery, starring John Malkovich in Sandro Miller’s re-creations of iconic photographs, highlighted the multifarious incarnations of their subjects. -Chicago Reader
Chicagoans and visitors alike braved large crowds over the weekend to bid adieu to the MCA’s David Bowie Is. This fantastic retrospective of the popular pop star highlighted him not only as a singer, but as a musician, actor, and above all a visual artist.