"PaJaMa" exhibition in New York

Photography // Wednesday, November 04, 2015
There is only a few more days to see the stunning black and white photographs by PaJaMa at Gitterman Gallery in New York. 

Stephen Wilkes's "Day to Night" in NY

Photography // Tuesday, November 03, 2015
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to announce our first exhibition with photographer Stephen Wilkes. This exhibition will feature a selection of photographs from his celebrated series Day to Night.

Holly Andres's "The Fallen Fawn" Opens in NY

Photography // Tuesday, November 03, 2015
The mystery of a forgotten piece of luggage is the catalyst that begins this new tale from Holly Andres.

Ian Ruhter @ Danziger Gallery, New York

Photography // Tuesday, November 03, 2015
On the occasion of the gallery's 25th anniversary, we are pleased to announce our representation of Ian Ruhter and the first exhibition of his work in New York. Ruhter’s photographs, following in the steps of the great 19th century American landscape photographers transform the imagery of the west into a scale unimaginable in their time. Creating unique large-scale collodion wet plates up to 48 x 60” (as well as making same scale archival pigment prints from the collodion plates) Ruhter blends old and new technologies to create powerful and resonant artworks.

video: The Work of Jan Maschinski

Photography // Sunday, November 01, 2015
The photographs of Jan Maschinski present the viewer with a concise surreal and graphic aesthetic. His work explores the juxtaposition between playful colors and imagery with dark horrific undertones, while exploring psychological conditions reflected through the lens of the exterior.

"Section" by Elena Anosova

Photography // Saturday, October 31, 2015
Artist Elena Anosova, creates a vulnerable and intimate portrayal of women who have lost their freedoms in her series “Section.” The series depicts feelings of isolation in a place where it is nearly impossible to be alone.

"Bloodline" by Nicolas Enriquez

Photography // Friday, October 30, 2015
The Latin Kings are one of the largest gangs in America, with an estimated 35,000 active members. Originally started in the ‘40s in Chicago, the gang now has a presence around the world and their chapter in New York is known as Bloodline. Born in Columbia, Nicolas Enriquez moved to New York to study photojournalism at ICP and became inspired by one of his teacher’s broad documentation of L.A. gangs that ultimately motivated him to pursue his own project on the Latin Kings. 

Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto at Pace/MacGill in NY

Photography // Friday, October 30, 2015
Pace/MacGill Gallery, in collaboration with Åmells, Stockholm, is pleased to present Callahan, Dawid, Sugimoto.The exhibition brings together the work of Harry Callahan (1912–1999), Dawid (b. 1949), and Hiroshi Sugimoto (b. 1948) to explore how three seemingly disparate photographers respectively and collectively test the aesthetic, technical, and conceptual possibilities of the medium.

Ryan McGinley's "Winter" Photographs

Photography // Friday, October 30, 2015
McGinley’s "Winter" photographs, portraying nude figures in frozen landscapes, open at Team Gallery in New York next week.

"Viewing Room: Richard Kern" @ Marlborough Chelsea, New York

Photography // Thursday, October 29, 2015
The exhibition Viewing Room: Richard Kern opens tomorrow, October 30th at Marlborough Chelsea featuring old photographs  pulled from his archives by Leo Fitzpatrick. Richard Kern is most known for his risqué photographs of young women barely clothes, but his career began with his erotic and experimental films made in the ‘80s in New York.


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