Clarissa Bonet's solo exhibition Urban Constructs opens today at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Datyona, Florida, featuring photographs from her series Stray Light as well as City Space. The exhibition runs until September 28, 2019. In Stray Light, Bonet constructs each image from multiple photographs, reforming the urban landscape in her own vision. In … Continue reading Clarissa Bonet on Display at the Southeast Museum of Photography
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!
Chicago Project artist David Schalliol will have work on view at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in the exhibition Chicago Stories: Carlos Javier Ortiz and David Schalliol from April 11 - July 7, 2019. In response to Birmingham, Alabama, 1963: Dawoud Bey/Black Star, the exhibition will feature photographs and films by David Schalliol along with … Continue reading David Schalliol at the Museum of Contemporary Photography
Catherine Edelman Gallery is once again exhibiting at The Photography Show presented by AIPAD, located at Pier 94 in New York City! One of the world's most prestigious annual photography events, The Photography Show is the longest-running and foremost exhibition dedicated to the photographic medium, offering a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern, … Continue reading AIPAD Opens Today!
Work by Jess T. Dugan is currently on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston! Her work is featured in the exhibition "A History of Photography: Selections From the Museum's Collection." Other featured artists include Berenice Abbott, Julia Margaret Cameron, Adam Fuss, Robert Frank, John Gutman, Chris Killip, Germaine Krull, and Catherine Opie. With … Continue reading The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Features Work by Jess T. Dugan