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

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”

Jess T. Dugan Selected as a Finalist for the Arnold Newman Prize

Image: Hank, 76, and Samm, 67, Little Rock, AR, 2016. A photographic portrait of two nongender conforming adults. They both wear sports jackets and hats and sit facing the viewer while holding hands.

We are thrilled to announce that Jess T. Dugan has been selected as a finalist for the Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture! Dugan is an artist whose work explores issues of identity, gender, sexuality, and community through photographic portraiture. She received her MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago, her Master … Continue reading Jess T. Dugan Selected as a Finalist for the Arnold Newman Prize

Tami Bahat: New Interview!

Image: Tami Bahat, The Feline, 2017.

Tami Bahat was recently interviewed by Catalyst Interviews! Catalyst is an online platform sharing interviews from photographic creatives that support knowledge and community. Writer Michael Kirchoff describes Bahat's work: It is a person and photographer like Tami that I’ve had the honor of watching grow these past few years, as an artist at an astronomical … Continue reading Tami Bahat: New Interview!

Feature Shoot Interviews Tami Bahat

Image: The set of "The Mistress 1" by Tami Bahat. A woman in an orange, Vicotiran dress is having her hair fixed. She is leaning against a table where a huge snake sits.

Feature Shoot interviewed Tami Bahat, discussing her series Dramatis Personae and her current solo exhibition at our gallery Past is Present. For this exhibition, Bahat has constructed various rooms styled from the past, that incorporate her vintage framed photographs on the wall. Visitors are able to walk into a bedroom setting, a sitting room, and … Continue reading Feature Shoot Interviews Tami Bahat

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