Lee Friedlander & Pierre Bonnard "Photographs & Drawings" in NYC

Photography // Saturday, September 05, 2015
Pace/MacGill Gallery in New York is pleased to present Lee Friedlander & Pierre Bonnard: Photographs & Drawings, on view from September 10 through October 24, 2015. Featuring gelatin silver prints by legendary American photographer Lee Friedlander in dialogue with drawings by the French Post-Impressionist painter Pierre Bonnard, the exhibition explores the aesthetic affinities that unite these artists’ depictions of the natural world across time and media. 

video: The Purrtraitist

Photography // Friday, September 04, 2015
Larry Johnson is a renowned photographer who specializes in feline portraiture. He travels the world taking photographs of show cats and prides himself on pulling the personalities of individual cats. Mark Zemel has made a short film on Johnson during a cat show in Parsippany, NJ. 

"Jill Freedman: Long Stories Short" @ Steven Kasher Gallery, New York

Photography // Thursday, September 03, 2015
Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to announce a major exhibition, Jill Freedman: Long Stories Short, the first exhibition of the artist’s work at the gallery. The exhibition features over 50 black and white vintage prints from the late 1960s to the early 1990s.

Patrick Faigenbaum: Kolkata/Calcutta @ Aperture Gallery, New York

Photography // Thursday, September 03, 2015
Aperture Gallery in conjunction with the Hermès Foundation will present a new exhibition of work showcasing Patrick Faigenbaum’s photography entitled Kolkata/Calcutta. Patrick Faigenbaum is the winner of the 2013 Henri Cartier-Bresson Award. 


Photography // Wednesday, September 02, 2015
In his series “ALZHEIMER”, Spanish photographer Txomin Txueka follows Miren Kerejeta, a senior affected by Alzheimer’s Disease. By using black and white imagery, Txueka creates a narrative that could easily be anywhere, enhancing the relatable elements for the viewer. 

Picture Book: Clint Woodside

Photography // Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Life experience is elusive in a world filled with image hoarding, obsessive sharing of photography, and a visual cacophony so packed that claustrophobia chokes and engulfs. It is a visual barrage barely removed from the anxiety-filled rhythm that is this overwhelming life. It is noteworthy and interesting to view contemporary work by a photographer that dances with this rhythm, but seeks to participate with a quieter visual poetry.

Davis Ayer @ Book & job Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Born and raised in Austin, Texas but now based in Los Angeles, photographer Davis Ayer will be showing new work this Saturday at Book & Job Gallery in San Francisco. 

The work of Monika Mogi

Photography // Monday, August 31, 2015
Based in Tokyo, Monika Mogi is a talented young photographer whose work transcends traditional genres and evokes a genuinely personal feel. At the age of 17 Mogi was hired by American Apparel, which quickly evolved into the opportunity of becoming a staff photographer after the creative director saw her work. From there, Mogi began to shoot ads for the massively influential company and today she shoots for magazines like Vice, Daze and Confuse, Nylon and more. 

"Nicholas Nixon: About Forty Years" @ Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Monday, August 31, 2015
Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to announce About Forty Years, a four-decade survey of the work of Nicholas Nixon (b. 1947). The exhibition will be accompanied by a 180-page hardcover publication of the same title, to be published by Fraenkel Gallery and distributed by D.A.P.

"Unmodern West" by Parker Stewart

Photography // Sunday, August 30, 2015
Parker Stewart is a Savannah, Georgia based photographer drawn to the banal and vernacular aspects of American life. His series Unmodern West was born on a solo 16,000 mile trip around the Western half of the United States. Looking for scenes that seemed unchanged since the sixties, Stewart captured images of America as it was and somehow still remains.