"Above & Beyond: Photographs by Kacper Kowalski" @ The Curator Gallery, New York

Photography // Monday, May 04, 2015
The relationship between humans and nature from 1,500 feet above is the subject of The Curator Gallery’s newest exhibition of photographs by Kacper Kowalski. Shot entirely in his native Poland, Kowalski’s vibrant and carefully composed photographs are stunning abstract representations of the many diverse landscapes this region has to offer. 

Asger Carlsen's "Between Hester and Wrong" @ Sade, Los Angeles

Photography // Sunday, May 03, 2015
Tonight in Los Angeles, Sade Gallery will present Between Hester and Wrong, a new exhibition by on our favorite image creators, Asger Carlsen. The opening reception in 7 – 10 P.M. and the exhibition will run through the 30th.

Jerome Liebling's "Brooklyn and Other Boroughs, 1946 – 1996"

Photography // Friday, May 01, 2015
Steven Kasher Gallery is proud to announce Jerome Liebling: Brooklyn and Other Boroughs, 1946 – 1996. This is the second exhibition of Liebling’s work at Steven Kasher Gallery. The show features 50 black and white and color photographs taken in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx over a five decade span. The exhibition highlights Liebling’s roots in, love for, and inspired representations of his home city.

The Ghetto Tarot

Photography // Friday, May 01, 2015
The Ghetto Tarot is a photographic interpretation by Belgian photographer Alice Smeets of the traditional tarot deck in the ghetto. The scenes are inspired by the Rider Waite Tarot deck (originally designed in 1919 by artist Pamela Colman Smith) and are replicated together with a group of Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans (resistant artists) in the Haitian slums using only material we were able to find or create locally.

Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

Photography // Thursday, April 30, 2015
This weekend, Paris Photo Los Angeles will once again bring together 79 art galleries and specialized art book dealers to the soundstages and movie sets of the New York Street backlot at Paramount Pictures studio in Hollywood. With exhibitors from 17 countries worldwide, the Fair proposes a panorama exploring how artists have been and are using photography and moving image.

Manuel Franquelo's "Things in a Room" @ Marlborough Gallery, New York

Photography // Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by the Spanish-born artist, Manuel Franquelo. This is the artist’s first exhibition at Marlborough Gallery in New York. "Things in a Room" is comprised of six new photographs featuring still-life arrangements on shelves, tables and radiators. These hyper-real photographs are the result of a unique and highly refined photographic process of Franquelo’s own creation. 

Tatiana Gulenkina’s “Things Merging And Falling Apart”

Photography // Tuesday, April 28, 2015
The Washington DC-based Russian born artist Tatiana Gulenkina takes a refreshing abstract approach to the tactile processes in a photography darkroom. By experimenting with unconventional objects and their interactions with each other when exposed by light, Gulenkina creates vivid photograms that mimic anything from live organisms to science fiction landscapes. 

NSFW: BDSM and the Queer Family

Photography // Tuesday, April 28, 2015
In his series Boy and his SIR: BDSM and the Queer Family, Louisville-based photographer Kevin Warth examines an alternative meaning of the word “family”. Centering his project on the queer BDSM community, Warth looks at how the idea of family manifests itself in a community where marriage and reproduction are not always available, or even desirable, options. 

"Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida" @ Pace/Magill Gallery, New York

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
Pace/MacGill Gallery is honored to present Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida. Featuring the original prints and ephemera comprising his two most recent photographic books – Park/Sleep (Steidl 2013) and Partida (Steidl 2014) – the exhibition explores Robert Frank’s continued interest in the narrative possibilities of the medium and the art of the photobook. 

Sanna Charles's "God Listens to Slayer" published by Ditto Press

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
As soon as we saw the title for this book we knew we were going to want one for ourselves! Shot over a decade in Europe, Sanna Charles’s God Listens to Slayer published by Ditto Press is a documentation of the various tribes of die-hard Slayer fans (Die-hard is not used lightly when it comes to their fans. Remember the video of the dude scratching Slayer into his arm!). 

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