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Amanda Gutiérrez @ Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York

Amanda Gutiérrez: Walking in Lightness April 19 – May 12, 2018 Opening Reception: April 19, 6-8pm “Walking in Lightness, the first NYC solo exhibition by 2017 Workspace Resident Amanda Gutiérrez. Walking in Lightness is a multisensory presentation of Gutiérrez’s subjective experience as a Mexican woman living and working in New York. ” Baxter St at […]


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CARA BARER @ Klompching Gallery

CARA BARER: NEW WORK March 28 – May 4, 2018 OPENING RECEPTION Thursday, March 29, 6:00–8:00pm “The worst disaster that Houston has ever experienced came in the form of Hurricane Harvey in the fall of 2017. … I was offered two books of a very personal nature from friends that lost their entire home. I […]


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the Bronx Photo League @ The Urban Justice Center

the Bronx Photo League: Jerome Avenue Workers Project MARCH 30 – AUGUST 15, 2018 OPENING: MARCH 29, 6-8PM “The Jerome Avenue Workers Project exhibition documents and celebrates the workers and tradespeople of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx, one of New York City’s few remaining working-class neighborhoods where many still make a living in small shops […]


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Scholastic Art & Writing Awards @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards New York City Regional Exhibition MARCH 24 – MAY 29, 2018 Opening Reception Friday, March 23, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm “This exhibition features more than 600 works of art and writing by New York City teens who received the highest regional recognition in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards—the Gold Key […]


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Ed van der Elsken @ Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ed van der Elsken: “Love” & Other Stories March 22 – May 5, 2018 “With a confident, gritty, and unconventional style, van der Elsken’s confrontational portraits of young love, alienation, and counterculture bohemian life paved the way for late 20th century photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, and Wolfgang Tillmans. He is best known […]


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John Cyr @ Elizabeth Houston Gallery

John Cyr: Developer Trays March 28 – May 5 , 2 0 1 8 Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 28th from 7-9pm “The developer tray is the most unassuming of objects, and Cyr insists upon that quiet objecthood. Photographing in a uniform style, the artist is uncanny in his ability to capture its painterly abstractions and […]


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Bruno V. Roels @ Howard Greenberg Gallery

Bruno V. Roels: A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree March 22 – May 5, 2018 “A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree Is A Palm Tree, a play on Gertrude Stein’s line of verse “a rose is a rose is a rose,” explores the multiplicity of the iconic palm tree […]


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Wendy Ewald @ Steven Kasher Gallery

Wendy Ewald: Works, Projects, Collaborations 1975 – 1996 April 19th-June 2nd, 2018 “The exhibition features over 70 black and white vintage prints from seven of Ewald’s earliest projects. It begins with her first extended collaboration in Kentucky in 1975 and includes projects from Mexico (1991), India (1989-1991), the Netherlands (1996), Columbia (1982-1985), South Africa (1992) […]


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REY PARLÁ @ Benrubi Gallery

REY PARLÁ: Multiplicities March 22 – May 12 , 2018 “In Multiplicities, Parlá blurs the line between the image and the process, between intuition and surprise. The resulting works reflect the viewer’s psyche and the artist’s subconscious. Parlá’s work is reminiscent of Lucas Samaras’s scratched Polaroids or Stan Brakhage’s hand-painted films, filled with dynamic fluid […]


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Sarah Bahbah @ Castle Fitzjohns Gallery

Sarah Bahbah “Fuck me, Fuck you” 10th – 24th March “”Fuck Me, Fuck You”, Bahbah’s first NY solo show, showcases some of her most popular series since her breakthrough in 2014. Following in the footsteps of Sherman and Leibovitz, Bahbah has her own unique perspective on creating a narrative through the lens. She cleverly uses […]


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