New East Photo Prize Exhibition
4 November – 18 December
Calvert 22 Foundation London
Calvert 22 Foundation London
Artist Talks: December 2, from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Free Admission
Reception: December 2, from 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm Free Admission
Featured Artists: Francisco Alcala Torreslanda, Emily Belz, Mark Bennett, Ellen Butler, Douglas Caldwell, Liza Cauldwell, Michele Cohn, Ron Cooper, Gary Csuk, Cristina Cusani, Ashley Czajkowski, Alexa Frangos, Michael E. Gordon, Roger Grasas, Han Wenjie, Elizabeth Herrmann, Bill Hill, Christine Hinz-Lenzen, Jodie Hulden, Shreepad Joglekar, Samantha Johnston, Tom Jones, Jordan Jurich-Weston, Marie-Luise Klotz, Gayle Krughoff, Thomas Ladd, Elisabeth Ladwig, Jennifer Long, Ellen Mahaffy, Ben Marcin, Teresa Meier, Charles Mintz, Colleen Mullins, Cal Navin, Rachel Niekamp, Ange Ong, Paul Scott Page, Joseph Pizzuto, Ibai Rigby, Charles Rozier, Kate Sandey, Fred Scruton, Alison A. Smith, Shannon Smith, Sarah Smith, Alyss Vernon, Gabriele Woolever, Rana Young and Dianne Yudelson
‘Serene, comforting, intimate, eloquent, secure, fragile, uncertain, precarious, even ambivalent. All these words can well describe any number of images in this exhibition. Home is such a wonderful and universal concept that it was always going to elicit a profound engagement from photographers. It is a deeply felt notion, but one which manifests so completely differently in each of our hearts and minds. It is a notion that is eventually discovered, identified and expressed in so many different ways and through so many unique prisms of belief, experience and perspective.’ – Kevin Miller (Juror)
The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, Co,
OPENING RECEPTION WITH THE ARTIST: Friday, January 6, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
From New York to Beijing, countless strangers dash across city streets in a constant state of frenzy, rushing to their destinations. But every now and then we see someone pause, marveling at his or her surroundings. It is this stillness that Serge Najjar seeks, with one simple guideline, “It is not about what you see but how you see it.”
Catherine Edelman Gallery, 300 W. Superior Street, Chicago, IL 60654
Reception for the Artists • Saturday, January 14 • 5-7 pm
In June of 2016 fotofoto gallery welcomed Long Island’s emerging photographers to participate in a month-long pin-up show called Your Best Shot. The unjuried, unframed exhibition highlighted some of Long Island’s most exciting new talent. Two best-in-show photographers were selected by fotofoto’s artists. The winning photographers, Diana Luger and Ryan Frigillana will have solo exhibitions in January 2017
14 West Carver Street, Huntington, NY
Huntington, NY 11743
“…The debauchery, wildness, and eccentricity; all are found in Lupino’s photographs from the era. In his usual style, photographing clubs was actually a performance, and so were the clubs. The creative potential of partying has been a focus of art and music since the early 60s, with Andy Warhol, the most famous and controversial protagonist of the scene, at it’s head. Warhol was also one of the many famous artists and eccentrics who frequented the short-lived nightclub Area (1983 – 1987). Among the partygoers was also Stephan Lupino, who has set up an improvised photography studio in the bathroom of the club. Area promised a new world, in which art was the space in which you drank and danced.”
Levstikov trg 7, 1000 Ljubljana
Opening Reception: December 2, 6 – 9 PM
This intimate exhibition explores the relationship of self to society, family, and ultimately self. Priya Kambli, after finding a family snapshot that was marred by her mother, alters photographs from her family archive as a way to conjure a personal mythology of her ancestry, and reconcile her relationship with her heritage. Mel Keiser creates visual multiplicities of herself to examine whether identity is singular or a system of discrete beings. Working with photography in visually distinct ways, both artists examine the role they play in the larger arena of the social construct of self, desiring to reconcile identity and relationships within a kind of personal void.
1821 W. Hubbard St.
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 8 , 2016 | 6 – 8pm
Since 2013 Faustine has gained national and international recognition for her photographic work that plays with historical narratives haunted by the black female body. She has used self-portraiture to re-mark locations in NYC where the history of slavery is literally buried physically and psychologically. The photographic documentation of her self-made monuments which avoid conventional readings of a cohesive national history work to expose the ongoing tragic legacy of slavery. These images, however, are not only about accountability, but also about our collective relationship to history. Increasingly she appears as a new heroic figure who is her sex, who is her race – and yet universal, who is more than the sum of her subjective parts.
Baxter St at the Camera Club of NY, 126 Baxter Street, New York, NY 10013
Opening Reception with the Artist: Saturday, December 3, 6-8pm
Flood State, a new series of photogravures by Jennifer Shaw, addresses the precarious act of making a home on vulnerable land. A response to the recent catastrophic flooding in Baton Rouge and central Louisiana, as well as the global trend of rising ocean waters due to climate change, Shaw deftly and delicately imagines a dreamlike floating world that may soon become reality for not only Louisiana, but much of the globe.
3815 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70115
Opening reception for the artist, Saturday, January 7, 5-7 pm
Julie Saul Gallery
535 West 22nd Street, 6th floor, New York, NY 10011
All Schommer’s work is characterised by a powerful personality and a constant desire to achieve a formal break, which led him to explore all kinds of aesthetic territories.Here is his platform approaching Modernity.With this exhibition the Kutxa Kultur Artegunea will be embarking on a programme that the gallery will be devoting exclusively to photography in the course of 2017.
Kutxa Kultur Artegunea, Tabakalera Building
Plaza de las Cigarreras, 1
20012 Donostia/San Sebastián