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”
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!
Local Chicago publication Sixty Inches From Center recently published an article on our panel discussion "Otherness & Beauty: Discussing Themes Within the Work of Joel-Peter Witkin." The discussion, which took place at the gallery on June 1, explored Witkin's photographs of people considered “other”, including those born with physical abnormalities, and those that are intersex … Continue reading Sixty Inches From Center Discusses Recent CEG Panel ‘Otherness & Beauty’
Two of our gallery artists, Keliy Anderson-Staley and Clarissa Bonet, both currently have work on view at the SFO Museum in San Franscisco! Keliy Anderson-Staly's series “[hyphen] Americans” is on display in Terminal 3 at the museum until December 19, and work from Clarissa Bonet's series "City Space" will be on view until July 22 … Continue reading Clarissa Bonet & Keliy Anderson-Staley at the SFO Museum in San Francisco
Photography platform and non-profit Rfotofolio interviews Michael Koerner, whose work explores his family history and genetics through small tintypes, using photographic chemistry to assimilate the bursts and biochemical fallout from the atom bomb. In the interview, Koerner discusses his use of alternative photographic processes, his artistic influences, and his love of photo history. Rfotofolio: Would … Continue reading Michael Koerner Interviewed for Rfotofolio!