Paul D’Amato, Pamela Littky, Dotan Saguy, Jay Wolke: »US Blues« @ KEHRER GALERIE

Paul D’Amato, Pamela Littky, Dotan Saguy, Jay Wolke: »US Blues«
July 14 to September 8, 2018

Opening Friday July 13, 2018, from 7 to 9 pm

“»US Blues« … unites four different insights into very diverse microcosms in the United States of America. The series are connected by a certain melancholic view on these social structures.”

Potsdamer Straße 100
10785 Berlin | Germany

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Gordon Parks: The Flávio Story @ The Ryerson Image Centre

Gordon Parks: The Flávio Story
September 12 – December 9, 2018

Opening September 12, 6:00–8:00 pm.

“This exhibition tells the story of one of the most important, enduring, and deeply personal assignments that Gordon Parks ever undertook for Life,” says Paul Roth, Director of the Ryerson Image Centre and co-curator (with Amanda Maddox of the J. Paul Getty Museum) of The Flávio Story. “The extraordinary nature of this historic episode speaks to the uneasy relationship in journalism between reporting and intervening in the lives of one’s subjects. But just as importantly, the story of Flávio da Silva, its profound emotional impact and political repercussions, illustrates Parks’ rare ability to portray the lives of others with unusual intimacy and directness, in a way that resonates long past the time of the photographs’ publication.”

The Ryerson Image Centre
33 Gould Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Steven Berkoff @ Street Level Photoworks

Steven Berkoff: Gorbals 1966
14th July – 16th September 2018

Opening Saturday 14th July 2018, 2-4pm

“This never before seen body of work covers a period in the Autumn of 1966, when Berkoff was an actor with The Citizens Theatre. In the days he had off from acting, he would be out exploring with his camera, using that time to photograph the environment around The Citizens. ”

Street Level Photoworks
Trongate 103
Glasgow, G1 5HD
United Kingdom

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Reframing the Border @ Gallery of Photography

Reframing the Border
Saturday 14 July – Sunday 9 September 2018

Opening 6pm on Friday 13th July

“Reframing the Border is a group exhibition exploring the diverse physical, social, psychological and imagined spaces of the borderlands in Ireland. The exhibition presents work by fourteen leading Irish based photographers and includes seminal bodies of work by established artists together with new works by emerging talents.

The border in Ireland is one of the most important issues affecting the island of Ireland. As we approach an uncertain Brexit and the centenary of partition, the prospect of moving from a diffused border to a hard border prompts intense and critical reflection. The prospect of reinstating physical barriers only recently viewed as ‘gone forever’ raises concerns about the impact of the border on local communities, the people of this island and its wider impact in the EU. ”

Gallery of Photography
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

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Ruben Terlou @ Noorderlicht photo gallery

Through the Heart of China

Ruben Terlou: Straight Through China – a photographic journey
21 July – 16 September, 2018

Opening Friday 20 July at 05.00 pm

“Terlou’s strength lies in his eye for everyday situations, which move, surprise and offer you a new view of a country in transition. With his photographs, he breaks through the clichéd image of China. He approaches the Chinese in a personal manner and is curious about what they think, feel and experience.”

Noorderlicht photo gallery, Groningen, NL

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Echoes: Reframing Collage @ Museum of Contemporary Photography

Wardell Milan, Early Spring. The Charming Evening, 2014

Echoes: Reframing Collage
October 11- December 21, 2018

“Echoes: Reframing Collage examines the parallels between Arnold’s work and 21st-century artists including Wardell Milan, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Ayanah Moor, Krista Franklin, and Xaviera Simmons. These artists not only reconceptualize the photocollage, they also build upon Arnold’s legacy as an artist whose medium and content reflected his multifaceted identity.”

Museum of Contemporary Photography
600 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

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Giuseppe Pons @ AT57

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Giuseppe Pons “Fashion in Street”
13th to 30th September 2018

“Giuseppe is in the street, busy watching around what he considers a
theater en plain air”. He challenges faces and glances and without
hesitation he focuses on the – not easy – but perfect image.”

AT 57,
Viale Liguria 57
Cologno Monzese (Mi) – Italy

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Futureproof 2018 @ Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

© Mhairi Cormack,

Futureproof 2018
12th July-7th September 2018

Opening Thursday 12th July 2018, 7-9pm

“Futureproof 2018 marks the tenth instalment of this annual showcase selected from Scotland’s photography degree and Fine Art courses. Work was selected from the art schools of Glasgow and Edinburgh, City of Glasgow College, Napier University (Edinburgh), Edinburgh College, Duncan of Jordanstone (Dundee), and Grays School of Art (Aberdeen). This annual landmark in the exhibitions calendar reflects a range of approaches and subject matter celebrating photography as a versatile form of creative expression. In Futureproof you can get a taste of the dynamic around the photographic image today, and the diverse ways it manifests itself. ”

Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
114-116 Harbour St, Irvine, KA12 8PZ

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LATIN AMERICAN FOTO FESTIVAL July 12th-22nd, 2018 @ Bronx, NY

© Sharon Castellanos

July 12th-22nd, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION Saturday, July 12th, 7-9PM
BDC St Mary’s, 364 E. 151st Street, Bronx

“Join the Bronx Documentary Center at the first-ever Latin American Foto Festival held in New York City. The festival brings award-winning photographers from throughout the Caribbean and Latin America to exhibit their photographs, create installations and hold workshops and panel discussions.”

Sharon Castellanos / Peru • Jack Delano / Puerto Rico • Juanita Escobar / Colombia • Tatiana Fernández Geara / Dominican Republic • Fotokids / Guatemala • Emmanuel Guillen Lozano / Mexico • Félix Marquez / Mexico • Francesca von Rabenau O’Reilly / Puerto Rico • Mauricio Palos / Mexico • Francisco Robles / Mexico • Erika P. Rodriguez / Puerto Rico • Misha Vallejo / Ecuador • Carlos Villalon / Colombia

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Mary Rafferty @ ChiCat, Chicago Center for Arts and Technology

Mary Rafferty: Do You See Me?
June 27 – July 27

“Rafferty’s ongoing portrait project Do You See Me?, captures the personal narratives of black women through portraiture and their responses to the open-ended question, “What does it mean to be a black woman living in Chicago today?” Through the intimate process of both collecting and sharing these personal stories, Rafferty’s work captures moments that document women’s experience in contemporary social and political time. Their handwritten responses are digitally overlaid on the portraits, which furthers the intimacy of the project. ”

ChiCat, Chicago Center for Arts and Technology
1701 W. 13th St.
Chicago, IL

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