Fine Art Photography: Exhibition 100 Portraits — 100 Photographers at Australian Centre for Photography Curated by Larissa Leclair and Andy Adams

23 Jul
Fine Art Photography: Exhibition 100 Portraits — 100 Photographers at Australian Centre for Photography Curated by Larissa Leclair and Andy Adams

Fine Art Photography: Exhibition 100 Portraits — 100 Photographers at Australian Centre for Photography Curated by Larissa Leclair and Andy Adams 100 Portraits/100 Photographers Opens at Australian Centre for Photography.  Besides myself, other included are: Doug Dubois Todd Hido Richard Renaldi Jessica Todd Harper Laura Pannack Victor Cobo Zwelethu Mthethwa Joni Sternbach Elijah Gowin  

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21 Jul
Passing of Lucien Freud

Lucien Freud’s unblinking scrutiny of the human form—usually of people, clothed or otherwise, sitting on couches, or other interior locales–and psychological introspection always seemed intriguingly related to photographs.  I remember seeing the etching show at MoMA a while back and loved the emotional feel of the work.

16 Jul
Look3 Photo Festival: Kathy Ryan of The New York Times Magazine Juror, with Larry Fink, Nan Golden

Selected by Kathy Ryan of The New York Times Magazine, other participating artist include Elinor Carucci, Tim Davis, Larry Fink, Nan Golden, Laura Letinsky, Andrew Moore, Taryn Simon, Chris Verene, plus others  Look3 Photo Festival The Festival attracted over 20,000 people, sponsored artists talks and exhibitions, and presented multimedia projections of the artists Elinor Carucci, Tim Davis,

16 Jul
Best Indie Movie: Cristi Puiu, Aurora; Artforum

Best Indie Movie: Cristi Puiu, Aurora Artforum Cristi Puiu recent film, “Aurora”, is compelling, disturbing and haunting in way that is a bit indescribable–as is the film.  Lasting three hours and one minute, it became a trance-like experience at some points, filled with long stretchs of no dialogue or any discernible narrative. In this way the film is uncinematic, yet

01 Jul
Gallery Openings, John O’Reilly, Fine Art Photography

Gallery Openings, John O’Reilly, Fine Art Photography I’m excited to see this show, as reviewed in the New York Times this Friday at Tibor de Nagy Gallery. I originally saw his work and met him (many!) years ago as a visiting artist while a graduate student at Yale University. His intricate, oddly obsessive photography collages