NEW PHOTOGRAPHY @ ALAN Istanbul

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12th May and 27th June 2015

15 photographer around the world can be seen

ALAN Istanbul

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Christopher Köller @ Strange Neighbour

Untitiled-1980-Type-C-96x96cm_640pxChristopher Köller PORTRAITS IN BLACK & WHITE 1980 – 2015
May 29th – June 20th

OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY MAY 29 6 – 9PM

Portraits in Black & White 1980 – 2015 is a selection of works that show the artist’s varied approaches to photographing people; including reportage, staged images, narrative-based work, and intimate portraits of family and friends. This exhibition also focuses on the craft of photography as the artist explores a diversity of films, papers and camera formats including 35mm, 6×6 and 6×7.

Strange Neighbour
395 GORE ST, FITZROY
VICTORIA
AUSTRALIA
3065

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PAUL STRAND @ Fondation Mapfre Madrid

Paul Strand, Anna Attinga Frafra, Accra, 1964

Paul Strand, Anna Attinga Frafra, Accra, 1964

PAUL STRAND
June 3 to August 23, 2015

Calle Bárbara de Braganza, 13, Madrid, 28004

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Temporary States @ 937 Gallery

Image courtesy Christine Lorenz.

Image courtesy Christine Lorenz.

Temporary States
On view now through May 24, 2015

Temporary States, featuring Pittsburgh artists Lori Hepner and Christine Lorenz, explores a common thread of formation and manipulation through two bodies of work: one exploring climate change, and the other, a common household substance. Together, these bold dances of light and stark black-and-white cosmological formations complement one another by their formations, manipulations, and contrast of analog and digital. They represent all we love about the era we are in, while evoking past eras we still admire. This exhibition is presented by The Magenta Foundation.

937 Gallery
937 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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Martin Prekop @ Art Space 616

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Martin Prekop: A survey of work from the 1970s to the present
On view now through May 9, 2015

This exhibition is the first major survey of the work of Martin Prekop. One of Pittsburgh’s most renowned and respected artists, Prekop has exhibited his work nationally and internationally, during an illustrious 40-year career. Primarily spanning the cities of Chicago and Pittsburgh, he has enjoyed the status of a seminal figure in the art world of both. Covering this period of four decades, the artwork will be presented in groupings that focus on conceptual evolution and demonstrate the amazing industry of his production, in a diverse array of media.

Art Space 616
616 Beaver Street, Sewickley, PA 15143
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm;
Saturday, 12 – 5pm

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Claude Nori @ Polka Gallery

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from 30 May to 1 August 2015

Polka Gallery – 12, rue Saint-Gilles, Paris III

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MARC RIBOUD @ Polka Gallery

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MARC RIBOUD One the other
from 30 May to 1 August 2015

Polka Gallery – 12, rue Saint-Gilles, Paris III

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Kim Haughton @ Gallery of Photography Ireland

Dave Dineen outside the now derelict house in Ballyphehane, Cork, where he grew up and where he suffered neglect and physical and sexual violence by his mother and brother. He founded the group Lamh Healing Foundation in Cork to help others who have had difficult childhood experiences.

Dave Dineen outside the now derelict house in Ballyphehane, Cork, where he grew up and where he suffered neglect and physical and sexual violence by his mother and brother. He founded the group Lamh Healing Foundation in Cork to help others who have had difficult childhood experiences.

Kim Haughton: In Plain Sight
May 14th – May 31st

Thursday May 14th
5pm: Talk.

Ordinary places. Crimes committed against children. Nobody saw anything.
In Plain Sight is a powerful and moving exhibition about the legacy of child abuse in Ireland. Made in collaboration with survivors, it is an important and timely challenge to the silence that still surrounds the issue.

Gallery of Photography Ireland
Meeting House Square
Temple Bar – Dublin 2

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Tim Barber @ agnès b.

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May 15–July 5, 2015

opening reception: Friday, May 15 (6–8pm)

agnès b.
50 Howard St.
New York, NY

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Working The Border @ Peter Potter Gallery

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Working The Border
25 April – 4 July

The title of the exhibition is borrowed from the work by ae phor, a personal exploration of the cartographic borderline, which includes the association of personal objects with places of topographical significance. ‘Schengland’ by Alan Knox combines screen shots of Google’s massive global surveillance program in Street View placed on the Anglo-Scots border, whilst ‘The Debatable Land’ explores the core footpaths of the Borders as roads which may be continually re-read in a political climate where regional sovereignty comes increasingly into conflict with European federalism.

Peter Potter Gallery
10 The Sands
Haddington
East Lothian EH41 3EY
01620 822 080

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