"The New York City Marathon: The Great Race"

Photography // Saturday, October 24, 2015
The Museum of the City of New York presents The New York City Marathon: The Great Race, the first exhibition to explore the history and experience of running New York’s greatest race. From a humble beginning in 1970, when 127 participants ran laps around Central Park, the New York City Marathon has developed into a spectacular five-borough event with over 50,000 finishers from around the globe, more than one million spectators along a route that winds through diverse neighborhoods from Staten Island to the Bronx, and many more millions watching on television worldwide.

Photographer Jared Moossy Recovery Fund

Photography // Friday, October 23, 2015
Jared Moossy is an established photographer who has worked in war torn and impoverished countries, and was Director of Photography on the HBO series Witness. Mossy who was critically injured by a drunk driver on September 3rd, 2015 has had a recovery fund set up in his behalf and they are currently 70% from reaching their goal. 

"Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama" in New York

Photography // Friday, October 23, 2015
Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present Somnyama Ngonyama, the debut exhibition of self-portraits by South African artist Zanele Muholi and her second solo exhibition at the gallery. Somnyama Ngonyama, meaning “Hail, the Dark Lioness”, represents a newly personal approach taken by Muholi as a visual activist confronting the politics of race and pigment in the photographic archive.


Photography // Thursday, October 22, 2015
n the wake of the social and political upheaval of the late 1960s, Japanese artists and photographers began crafting a new visual language for an age of uncertainty. Their embrace of camera-based experiments would alter the cultural landscape and lay the foundations for contemporary art in Japan. For a New World to Come is the first comprehensive exhibition to spotlight this radical break with the past. 

Amelia Maslen’s “Ultima Thule”

Photography // Thursday, October 22, 2015
During her time volunteering for WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms), photographer Amelia Maslen documented life on the organic vegetable farm where she was stationed in Copper Center, Alaska. Throughout her images, Maslen paired the familiarity of vegetable farming with subtle hints of the majestic landscape present in the Alaskan wilderness.

Book of Photographs Taken by Public Housing Residents in NY

Photography // Thursday, October 22, 2015
Project Lives is a book, grown from an attempt to convey more accurate truths about what lives are like inside New York’s housing projects. Residents living in the projects were given cameras to document their worlds, and the finished product is a book of their images, alongside narratives from their lives and writings on the larger context of the threat of defunding housing projects. 

A 4-year-old's Portrait of the American West

Photography // Wednesday, October 21, 2015
In April of 2014, when Hawkeye Huey was four years old, his father (National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey) bought him his first camera. Over the next 18 months the two made a series of adventures, traveling together around the American West making photographs, meeting strangers, chasing light, and learning how to see.

Yoon Ji Seon's "Rag Face" @ Yossi Millo, New York

Photography // Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce Rag Face, an exhibition of sewn photographs by Korean artist Yoon Ji Seon. Featured in Yoon’s inaugural exhibition at the Gallery will be pieces from her ongoing series, Rag Face, made by intricately stitching photographs with a sewing machine.

Vitor Schietti's Skies Drip with Light and Color

Photography // Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti plays with long-exposure photographs, combining them with movement, fireworks, or afterwards, painting to create unique worlds. In his Impermanent Sculptures series, he paints with fireworks, creating a liquid light description of trees.

Peter Turnley "Momentos de la Condición Humana"

Photography // Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Peter Turnley is an Indiana-born photojournalist, who has created work in many different nations, but has returned more than twenty times to make work in Cuba. Next month he will be the first artist from the United States to have a major exhibition in Havana’s Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes since the Cuban Revolution. The exhibit will include 130 of his photographs, from over 90 countries. 


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