Sandro Miller Returns to Catherine Edelman Gallery with “I am Papua New Guinea”

Image: Sandro Miller, Quentin Daki of the Nowra Tribe (Crocodile Around Neck), 2016. A woman stands in front of a maroon background facing the viewer. She is holding a small crocodile around her neck and wearing traditional garb.

Catherine Edelman Gallery is thrilled to host the second solo exhibition of renowned photographer Sandro Miller with his newest project, I Am Papua New Guinea. The exhibition opens September 6 and runs through November 9, 2019. The work will also be featured at Expo Chicago, at Navy Pier, which runs September 19 - 22, 2019. There will … Continue reading Sandro Miller Returns to Catherine Edelman Gallery with “I am Papua New Guinea”

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Musée Magazine Features Clarissa Bonet

Image: Clarissa Bonet, SL.2018.0222, Chicago, 2018. The photo is predominantly black, with different colored light radiating from windows.

Chicago-based photographer Clarissa Bonet was recently featured on Musée Magazine! They featured her series "Stray Light" as part of their weekend portfolio series. Interested in the physical space of the city and its emotional and psychological impact on the body, she uses the camera to transform the physical space into a psychological one, providing a … Continue reading Musée Magazine Features Clarissa Bonet

Photograph Magazine Reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio

Image: Joel-Peter Witkin, Harvest, 1984.

Robyn Day reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio for Photograph Magazine! She writes, Witkin, of course, is well known for elaborately staged tableaux featuring dismembered body parts and societal outcasts that reference grand scenes from the art-historical canon. They’ve been described over the years as macabre, perverse, and gruesome. The exhibition at Catherine Edelman Gallery … Continue reading Photograph Magazine Reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio

Tami Bahat: Past is Present Opens at Catherine Edelman Gallery

Image: Two photographs in vintage frames hang on a red wall. The red wall has a dark red vintage, wall-paper-like pattern.

We are thrilled to host the Chicago debut of photographs by Tami Bahat in a one person show, Past is Present. Thank you to everyone who made it to opening reception July 12! The exhibition runs through August 30, 2019.Click here to see the work showcased in the exhibition. As part of Past is Present, … Continue reading Tami Bahat: Past is Present Opens at Catherine Edelman Gallery

Lenscratch Features the Work of Michael Koerner!

Image: Michael Koerner, Finger Prints #6175, 2018. The piece is largely abstract. The piece is black and blue with oval-shaped forms.

Lenscratch has published a feature on the work of Michael Koerner! In the article, author Linda Alterwitz writes: Upon close inspection, Koerner’s chemigrams always include small, detailed fractal patterns associated with an event that is almost mathematical, but born of nature. Koerner uses his knowledge of chemistry and information gleaned from the photographic literature from … Continue reading Lenscratch Features the Work of Michael Koerner!

George Eastman Museum Acquires Work by Michael Koerner

Image: Michael Koerner, DNA #7793L - #7789R, 2018. The piece is mostly green with gold and black abstract forms spreading across the composition.

Acquisition Alert! The George Eastman Museum has acquired two pieces for their collection by Michael Koerner, which include Tendrilles #0031, 2015 and DNA #7793L-#7789R, 2018. Located in Rochester, NY, the George Eastman Museum's collection includes objects from the fields of photography, cinema, photographic and cinematographic technology, and photographically illustrated books. Michael Koerner (Okinawa, Japan, 1963) … Continue reading George Eastman Museum Acquires Work by Michael Koerner

Third Coast Review Discusses “Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio”

Image: A screenshot of the first section of the article "Finding the Beautiful in the Dark: Joel-Peter Witkin's 'From the Studio' at Catherine Edelman Gallery" published by Third Coast Review.

Chicago-based writer and poet Carrie McGath reviews our current exhibition Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio, published by Third Coast Review. She describes the exhibition: The work of Joel-Peter Witkin stirs up an array of emotions and aptly tantalizes the eye and mind. From a sense of staggering beauty in their black and white soft-starkness (almost … Continue reading Third Coast Review Discusses “Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio”