Anita Van der Krol: The Beginnings of a Nation
November 30th – December 31st, 2014
Opening reception Sunday, November 30th from 7pm – 10pm
During the celebration of The Arab Emirates 43rd year as a federation, we look back on a time before the concrete and steel towers, luxury hotels and sophisticated restaurants. “It was a period of transition from nomadic life to the first communities of this newly founded nation,” states Van Der Krol.
The Empty Quarter
Gate Village, Bldg 02
DIFC, Dubai, UAE
A Narrative of Light and Shadow: Female photographers from Taiwan
November 19th 2014-January 10th 2015
Athens House of Photography
Zirini 23 145 61
Kifisia Athens (Greece)
ALL THE QUEENS MEN
PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEO WORKS BY KATIE MURRAY
NOVEMBER 18 – DECEMBER 19, 2014
All The Queens Men is a thirteen-year photographic project (1999-2013) in which American photographer Katie Murray explores the rites, rituals, and relationships of men. Walking the fine line between fiction and non-fiction, Murray creates a hauntingly beautiful body of work that navigates the psychology of men through an exploration of portraiture and place. Intimate portraits and enigmatic landscapes deliberately mix fact and fiction, past and present, myth and reality. Made in the New York City borough of Queens with men of Murray’s family and community, All The Queens Men reveals intergenerational patterns of behavior played out over the course of many years in domestic and urban settings.
The Barbara Walters Gallery
Sarah Lawrence College
Heimbold Visual Arts Center
915 Kimball Avenue
Bronxville, NY 10708
STREET DAILIES: iPHONE PHOTOGRAPHS BY AMY TOUCHETTE
NOVEMBER 24, 2014 – JANUARY 3, 2015
OPENING RECEPTION WITH THE ARTIST:
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
Throughout her career, photographic artist Amy Touchette has explored themes of social connectedness, making photographs of people within their social groups and communities.
A documentarian and a street photographer, Touchette has utilized photography’s power to create authentic portraits of those who interest her.
MAX FISH BAR AND ART GALLERY
120 Orchard Street (between Rivington and Delancey Streets)
John Saxon, Los Angeles, 1958
November 19, 2014 – January 24, 2015
Edmund Teske believed in the transformative potential of photography. He was interested in more than the inherent characteristic of the medium to record a specific moment in time. For Teske photography was a way to explore the soul of his subjects and creating the negative was only the beginning. His composites of multiple negatives and his use of solarization, as well as his exquisite gelatin silver prints, express the complexity and depth of his personal vision.
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1103
New York, NY 10022
Katherine Hubbard: Four shoulders and thirty five percent everything else
Nov 9 – Dec 28, 2014
opening Nov 9, 6-8pm
88 Eldridge Street, 5th FL
New York, NY 10002
Nancy Newberry – Halfway to Midland
CURRENTS 2014: New Orleans Photo Alliance Members Showcase
December 4, 2014 – January 5, 2015
The featured artists are: Susan Burnstine, Michael Donnor, Frank Hamrick, Heidi Kirkpatrick, Eliza Lamb, Bruce Morton, Nancy Newberry, Donna Pinckley, Tamara Reynolds, Ryuten Paul Rosenblum, Aaron Shipper, Aline Smithson, S. Gayle Stevens + Judy Sherrod, Svjetlana Tepavcevic and Ashton Thornhill.
New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street, New Orleans LA 70130
November 29-Jan 31
Sacred (s) was designed as a reflection on the ability of photography to reveal the invisible. It raises questions about its presence, its ability to enter the dimensions of introspection and intimacy to represent attendance beyond recognizable forms.
Weaving the different worlds of 14 photographers invited to Sacred (s) used to embrace the totality constituted by the relationships between things and demonstrates the unity of our world.
G AELLE Abravanel + Marie-Paule Bargès + Philippe Bernard + Amaury da Cunha + Cedric Friggeri + Pierre Hugues Galien + Lucie Jean + Francois Kenesi + Marine Lanier + Régis Martin + Frederick Mit + Patrick Rimond + Gilles Roudière + Tilby Vattard.
artyfact gallery · 9 rue forest · · 75018 Paris France
Hiroshi Watanabe: The Day the Dam Collapses
November 15 – December 20, 2014
Reception and Book-signing: Saturday, November 15th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
2766 S La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90034
Barbara Parmet & Christa Blackwood : Unbound
28 OCTOBER – 21 DECEMBER, 2014
Artist Reception with Barbara Parmet 8 November, 2014 3-7pm
Artist Reception with Christa Blackwood 12 December, 2014 6 -8pm
Both artists incorporate texture and alternative processes to craft unique one of a kind images exploring physical and emotional boundaries. Barbara Parmet’s ethereal images are created with archival inks printed to maple veneer, and Christa Blackwood’s landscapes use the richness of a duo monoprint encaustic photogravure process.
wall space gallery
116 East Yanonali Street C-1
Santa Barbara, CA 93101