ElectriCity @ Exhibit No.9

image: Susan Barnett

image: Susan Barnett

ElectriCity:
Three New York artists pay homage to The Greatest City On Earth

Opening Reception: Saturday June 25, 7-10pm

LINDA ZACKS
SUSAN BARNETT
TOM WHITE

Exhibit No.9
550-102 Cookman Avenue
Asbury Park, NJ 07712

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Vivian Maier, Street Photographer @ Fundación Canal

© Vivian Maier, Maloof Collection, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

© Vivian Maier, Maloof Collection, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Vivian Maier, Street Photographer
until August 16, 2016

Fundación Canal
C/ Mateo Inurria, 2
28036 Madrid. Spain

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Refugee Photograph Journeys @ The Image Collective Gallery

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Kevin McElvaney’s Refugee Photograph Journeys
July 1-20, 2016

Friday 1st July 6pm – 8.30pm

15 single-use cameras were given out to refugees between Greece and Turkey.
Seven were returned.

The Image Collective Gallery
2nd floor
Ocean Terminal
Ocean Drive
Edinburgh
EH6 6JJ

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Michael Kenna @ PHOTO-EYE GALLERY

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Michael Kenna: A Retrospective Selected Works from 30 Years
July 29 – September 10, 2016

Artist Reception & Book Signing: Aug. 5, 5–7pm

PHOTO-EYE GALLERY
541 SOUTH GUADALUPE, SANTA FE, NM 87501

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Kris Sanford @ Elizabeth Houston Gallery

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Kris Sanford: Through the Lens of Desire
June 15 – August 25, 2016

Artist Talk and Toast: Thursday, June 23rd, 6-8 PM

In our modern world, identity is everything. We thirst for organized nomenclature and merited affiliation within groups of our own society. Not only the desire but the need to belong to a group is almost universally seen in civilizations around the world. Through the Lens of Desire, artist Kris Sanford challenges viewers to find their own sense of belonging in the world by focusing on universal relationships between two people that are photographed together and understanding the significance of the relationships we all share.

Elizabeth Houston Gallery
34 E. 1st Street
New York, NY 10003

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The Family Acid & Hiroshi Watanabe @ Benrubi Gallery

Joan Didion in Berkeley, 1972

Joan Didion in Berkeley, 1972

The Family Acid & Hiroshi Watanabe
July 7 – August 26, 2016

Opening reception: July 7, 2016 6 – 8pm

The Family Acid is an artistic collective centuring around the counterculture-era photography of Roger Steffens, and archived, digitized, and curated by Steffens’ daughter Kate, son Devon and wife, Mary.

Benrubi Gallery
521 West 26th Street, Floor #2 · New York City · New York · 10001

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J. Raymond Mireles @ Circuitous Succession Gallery

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J. Raymond Mireles: Neighbors
July 1 – September 1, 2016

opening reception on Friday, July 1, 6-9 p.m.

Circuitous Succession Gallery
500 S. 2nd St., Memphis, TN 38103

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In Our Time Hartford MFA Thesis Exhibition @ BAXTER ST

Arseni Khamzin

Arseni Khamzin

In Our Time: Hartford MFA Thesis Exhibition
June 23 – June 26

Opening Reception June 23, 6 – 8pm

The University of Hartford MFA Program in Photography is proud to present an exhibition of recent work and publications by the graduating class of 2015. The ten exhibition artists are Amy Lowey, Arseni Khamzin, Gretchen Sayers Josée Schryer, Matthew L. Casteel, Nicholas Pollack, Robin Dahlberg, Stefan Schein, Veronica Melendez and Ward Long.

BAXTER ST AT CCNY
126 Baxter Street
New York, New York

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Water 2016 @ The Center for Fine Art Photography

Bubble Cap and Red Wool Sweater © Thomas Ladd

Bubble Cap and Red Wool Sweater © Thomas Ladd

Water 2016
October 7 – October 29, 2016

Reception Date | October 7, 2016

All Selected Artists | Geoffrey Agrons, Nicole Allen, Richard Atwater,
Nkosi Barrow, Sheri Lynn Behr, Annette Bonnier, Susan Bowen, Paul Brokering, Sadaf Rassoul Cameron, Nur C. Altin, AM Clark, Karen Cohen,
John Custodio, Carolina De La Cajiga, Vernon DiPietro, Michael Duncan, Jen Ervin, Thomas Foster, Don Frank, Adam Gerlach, Frank Hamrick,
Debora Hunter, Mark Indig, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Brian Kosoff,
Thomas Ladd, Margaret LeJeune, Jennifer Little, Joyce P. Lopez,
Martyn Lucas, Carson Lynn, Michael McCrea, Maggie Meiners,
Yvette Meltzer, Autumn Moran, Vidya Narasimhan, Kenda North,
Wayne Norton, Taly Oehler, Candice Okada, Caterina Pacialeo,
David Quinn, Rebecca Reuland, Paul Rose, S. Gayle Stevens,
Sarika Sugla, Sherry Teefey, Anna Tomczak, Barb Toyama,
Becky Venteicher, Yeqiang Wang, Dianne Yudelson, and
Christiane Zschommler.

The Center for Fine Art Photography

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BASTIENNE SCHMIDT @ Ricco/Maresca Gallery

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BASTIENNE SCHMIDT: TYPOLOGY OF WOMEN
JULY 21 – AUGUST 19, 2016

OPENING RECEPTION AND BOOK SIGNING WITH THE ARTIST: JULY 21, 6-8pm

Schmidt’s silhouettes (rendered in luminous orange as an ironic parallel to a reading of Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex and Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own) portray nuances while unfixing received ideas. Arts writer Mimi Thompson writes in “The Subversive Silhouette,” the introductory critical essay to Schmidt’s book:

“The silhouettes of female forms in her Typology of Women series recall familiar styles, occupations and cultural identities in anthropological outline; for instance one figure resembles a cancan dancer holding up her skirt and another calls to mind a fashion model from the 1950s. But small additional details within the painterly orange and yellow silhouettes, such as other figures and marks, complicate the identity suggested by each shape’s perimeter; Schmidt calls these additional figures and forms ‘the running patterns of women’s lives’.”

Ricco/Maresca Gallery (529 West 20th Street, 3rd, New York, NY 10011)

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