Still Life 2015 @ The Center for Fine Art Photography

Still Life 2015
October 2nd – October 31, 2015

All Selected Artists | Rhonda Harris Baines, Helen Barrette, Angie Brockey,
Eleanor M. Brown, Ellen Cantor, Hsien Chih Chuang, Anne Connor,
Walter Crump, Darcy Dangremond, Ricardo de Vicq De Cumpitch, Mary Dondero, John DuBois, Klaus Enrique, Carol Erb, Anna Eroshenko, Cynthia Fleury, Alan Gaynor, Jose M. Gomez-Ros, Cecil Gresham, Carol Hayman,
Victoria Herring, Alyssa Hobson, Tracy Hoffman, Katsy Johnson,
Emily Laura Kirkpatrick, Sue Lezon, Joyce P. Lopez, Yasuaki Matsumoto,
Pete McCutchen, Brian Patrick Miller, Caroline Nicola, Alice Ohashi,
Wayne Palmer, Keith Parks, Eric Rennie, Lia Rothstein, Ken Sanville,
Diana Schoenfeld, Vicky Stromee, Kathleen Taylor, Robert C. Tetro,
Lynda Tygart, Joanne Urban, Frank Sherwood White, and Mitsu Yoshikawa.

The Center for Fine Art Photography
00 North College Ave. | Fort Collins | CO | 80524

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JOSEF KOUDELKA @ Fondation Mapfre Madrid

10 septembre – 29 novembre 2015

FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE Cultural Institute – Barbara Hall Braganza, 13 Madrid Spain

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19th-Century Landscapes @ Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs

Édouard Baldus (French, 1813-1889) Château de Polignac, 1850s

Édouard Baldus (French, 1813-1889)
Château de Polignac, 1850s

19th-Century Landscapes From the Collection of Jay McDonald
September 14 – November 20, 2015

Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs
962 Park Avenue at 82nd Street in New York City

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Gabriel Martinez @

Gabriel Martinez: Bayside Revisited
September 18 – December 19, 2015

The Print Center is located at:
1614 Latimer Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Jeffrey Milstein & Eric Cahan @ Benrubi Gallery

Eric Cahan

Eric Cahan

Jeffrey Milstein LA NY
Eric Cahan Data Mining
July 9 – August 22, 2015

Milstein, long known for his images of planes in flight photographed from directly below, reverses the perspective in the current images, offering views of New York and Los Angeles taken from an altitude of 1,000 – 2,000 feet. The distance is far enough that the geometry of the urban streetscape, invisible from the ground, emerges into surprising, often elegant patterns, as in the Masonic-inspired layout of the Park La Brea housing development in Los Angeles, yet close enough that the scenes retain a human feeling, whether it’s the claustrophobia of tiny rectangular houses squeezed next to each other in virtually treeless grids. The images suggest that however chaotic or inscrutable modern life might appear, it is tied to age-old patterns that guide in ways we don’t immediately perceive, but which nevertheless guide us through our daily routines.

Eric Cahan’s Data Mining takes its name from marketing research techniques that measure web users’ browsing patterns when they view fine art content online. A museum-goer spends an average of thirty seconds in front of an individual work of art, whereas a browser on Instagram or Pinterest spends only eight. Images flow past the eye one after another, throwing into question long-held assumptions about the totemic nature of a work of art. Cahan mirrors this blurring process in his photographs, transforming solarized image of water through a combination of techniques both digital and traditional. The resulting images, luminescent yet opaque, are as seductive as carnival mirrors, yet ultimately reflect only the viewer’s gaze. Though representational, there silver swirls and bursts of color and shadow are so abstracted that they challenge our notion of what a photograph actually communicates: a view of an object removed in time and space, or nothing but the viewer’s assumptions about the image itself.

Benrubi Gallery | 521 West 26th Street | 2nd floor | New York | NY | 10001

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Renato D’Agostin @ Sala delle Grasce

Renato D’Agostin: ITER
August 8-20 2015

Opening reception Saturday August 8 2015

Iter presents a selection of photographs from Renato D’Agostin’s past and future projects. Visitors will be invited to explore photographic prints from D’Agostin’s published projects such as Tokyo Untitled, The Beautiful Cliché Venezia, Etna, Acrobats and Frecce, as well as a preview of the upcoming projects Kapadokya, Shanghai, Paris, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Istanbul and Eros.

Sala delle Grasce, Pietrasanta, Italy

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Kapadokya @ Leica Gallery Tokyo

July 23 – October 25 2015 – 11:00am – 7:00pm

Opening reception July 22, 8-10pm

Kapadokya belongs solely to the myth. It was once inhabited, in the middle of traffic plying the ancient Anatolia by connecting the logic west with the east of religion, the magic and the wonderful. For this reason Pasolini set his Medea, as if Euripides took from those caves of mystery the golden fleece to carry to Greece. Now nothing has remained besides the wonderful, the timeless, the silence/suspended wing over the unchangeable cobalt, the shadow/mystery of painted caves. Which people will again animate those stones? Maybe nobody. Which word will rise from underground to become harmony again? What form will clouds be in the sky? Or will it forever remain the stone and the enigma of gone seasons, of extinct spirits? There will remain nothing but the mystery-blue sky, the moon in silvery nights, the motionless sun over lonely rocks. Forever, because the only one not to die is the myth.

Leica Store Ginza 2F I 6-4-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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Cindy Sherman @ me Collectors Room Berlin

Cindy Sherman, Untitled # 96, 1981 © Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York

Cindy Sherman, Untitled # 96, 1981 © Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York

Cindy Sherman: Works from the Olbricht Collection
16. September 2015 – 10. April 2016

me Collectors Room Berlin / Olbricht Foundation
Auguststrasse 68, 10117 Berlin, Germany

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HENTHORNE & HELEN K. GARBER @ Leica Gallery Los Angeles

JULY 16 – AUGUST 31, 2015


Leica Gallery Los Angeles
8783 Beverly Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 90048

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Jon Tonks @ Impressions Gallery

Jon Tonks: Empire
11 September to 12 December 2015

Perhaps better known as places of conflict, exile and Darwinian experimentation, award winning photographer Jon Tonks photographs the people and landscapes of each territory, capturing traces of the past and offering a window into the communities and their lifestyles that, despite the distance, remain very firmly British.

Impressions Gallery, Centenary Square, Bradford, BD1 1SD
01274 737843

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