Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
We have spent nearly 20 years spotlighting various NYC street photographers, from Bruce Davidson, Ricky Powell to Martha Cooper, and now there is something comprehensive to link it all together. Cheryl Dunn herself has directed the documentary and sure fire must-view, Everybody Street, a compelling look at NYC's most famed street photoographers. The city has practically invented the term, so let's watch a trailer to catch up on the subject... this is a great example of Kickstarter done well.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 08, 2013
We are excited and can't wait to see this new feature-length documentary by Cheryl Dunn that chronicles pioneering photographers making their mark on the streets of New York. From Magnum veteran's Bruce Davidson (featured in our June issue) and Elliot Erwitt to Ricky Powell (also in our June issue), Boogie and Jamel Shabazz, "Everybody Street" illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades.
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 09, 2012
This past weekend we stopped by Known Gallery to check out Aaron Rose’s Fire Sale. When Rose moved to Los Angeles from NYC in 2001, the Beautiful Losers curator left a "big black box of 1990?s memories" in storage space in Glendale. Now he is having a gallery style fire sale. Photos and more after the jump…
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 08, 2011
The outpouring for Japan in the wake of the tragic earthquakes and tsunami has been amazing, and tonight, Friday, April 8, at OPENHOUSE GALLERY in NYC, there is a another great silent auction benefit, 3.11 Project's "Dear Japan, We Love You." The exhibition will feature over 50 artists in multimedia installations, painting, photography, and sculpture. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Monday, March 28, 2011
Scion just opened the Brooklyn portion of their Scion Installation 7 tour, and the topic for this installment is video. Installation 7: Video challenged 10 artists to create non-narrative video installations that will eventually transform five unique exhibitions in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Wichita, Minneapolis and Austin. Here, we look at Cheryl Dunn's contribution. Watch after the jump . . .