Photo District News Discusses the Work of Jess T. Dugan

Image: Jess T. Dugan, Louis, 54, Springfield, MA, 2014. A portrait of a person wearing a pink shirt and glasses, sitting on a church pew.

Photo District News features the work of Jess T. Dugan, including images from her series "To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews of Gender Nonconforming Older Adults." PDN discusses Dugan's early experiences with photography, starting as a child and continuing through high school, as well as her current practice as a photography, saying: "Jess … Continue reading Photo District News Discusses the Work of Jess T. Dugan

Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison Return to Catherine Edelman Gallery

Image: Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Reparation, 2017. A man in a suit holds a hand held contraption up to a tree stump.

Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison return to Catherine Edelman Gallery with new work in Acts Without Words. The exhibition opens November 15 and runs through January 4, 2020. There will be an opening reception with the artists on Friday, November 15, from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. Both artists will be in attendance. View the works that … Continue reading Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison Return to Catherine Edelman Gallery

Floriane de Lassée’s series “How much can you carry?” in Paris

Image: Floriane de Lassée, Celia, Bolivia, 2013. A photo of a girl balancing her posessions on her head, which include two barrels and a pillow. She is wearing a white shirt, a green skirt, and braids. She stands in front of a tan wall.

This fall, you will be able to see work from Floriane de Lassée's series "How much can you carry?" on view in Paris as part of les Rencontres Photo du 10e arrondissement from October 14 through November 16, 2019. Her work will be exhibited along the Canal Saint Martin on the grids of the Jardin … Continue reading Floriane de Lassée’s series “How much can you carry?” in Paris

Musée Magazine Discusses “Sandro Miller: I am Papua New Guinea”

Image: View of the exhibition "Sandro Miller: I am Papua New Guinea." A row of photographs of people from Papua New Guinea are hung on a light gray wall. There is a desk on the left side of the frame.

Catherine Edelman Gallery's current exhibition Sandro Miller: I am Papua New Guinea is featured by Musée Magazine! Writer Kala Herh discusses the body of work: The people of Papua New Guinea speak volumes in front of his camera. Previously, Miller notes the voyeuristic quality about the work dealing with Papua New Guinea’s indigenous population — … Continue reading Musée Magazine Discusses “Sandro Miller: I am Papua New Guinea”

Call-to-Writers: Art Speaks

Image: A crow sits facing away from the viewer and toward a woman standing up in front of photography reading her work.

Catherine Edelman Gallery is looking for writers to read their work at one of our upcoming literary events: Art Speaks. Art Speaks  takes place in the gallery every second Saturday from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. This new year-round initiative invites local writers and poets to read pieces they have written based on the theme present … Continue reading Call-to-Writers: Art Speaks

IU Eskenazi Museum of Art Acquires Archive of Jeffrey Wolin

Image: Jeffrey Wolin, Irma Morgenztern, b. 1933, Warsaw, Poland, 1992/94. From the Portraits of the Holocaust series. Two women embrace each other while holding a photograph of a loved one. The wall behind them contains text.

The Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has announced the acquisition of the Jeffrey A. Wolin Archive that will include current and future work by Wolin along with the following notable projects: Written in Memory: Portraits of the Holocaust; Inconvenient Stories: Vietnam War Veterans; Life at the Millennium; New Faces at the Crossroads; Pigeon Hill: Then and Now; … Continue reading IU Eskenazi Museum of Art Acquires Archive of Jeffrey Wolin

The Met Acquires Work by Michael Koerner!

Image: DNA #7805L - #7810R, 2018 by Michael Koerner. Abstract composition that is primarily green and black.

Acquisition Alert! The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired two works by Michael Koerner! The two, unique pieces are made from collodion on tin and are part of the artist's series My DNA. Michael Koerner (Okinawa, Japan, 1963) is the oldest of five brothers. Due to genetic abnormalities and cancer, he is the only remaining … Continue reading The Met Acquires Work by Michael Koerner!