Keith Carter: Seek & Find @ The Print Center

Keith Carter: Seek & Find
September 13 – November 16, 2019

Opening Reception Thursday, September 12, 6:00 – 7:30pm

“A nationally-recognized artist and teacher with an extraordinary roster of achievements, Carter embarked on this project while in North Carolina on a Cassilhaus Residency in 2018. The Duke University collection provided him access to the most intimate materials from the celebrated American writer’s life, including a well-preserved lock of the author’s hair. From Whitman’s personal correspondence with his mother to drafts of his magnum opus Leaves of Grass, Carter’s photographs explore the many sides of Whitman’s complex character. The exhibition and its public programs enrich the legacy of Whitman at the bicentennial of his birth as well as critically examine his ideas in light of current events.”

The Print Center
1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Stephen Wilkes @ Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Stephen Wilkes: Day to Night
September 1 – December 31, 2019

“Wilkes’ series masterfully captures the time lapse in cityscapes and landscapes. These images are captured in a 30 hour time period, and then carefully selected to blend into a single image – a process that takes months to complete. ”

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts
400 North Ashley Drive
Cube 200
Tampa, FL 33602

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DOUG FOGELSON @ Klompching Gallery


Opening Reception: September 5, 6:00–8:00pm

“Anthem is the most recent installment of Fogelson’s extensive Chemical Alterations series, in which the artist perceptively combines the subject of nature, with the (de)construction of the photograph, to comment upon the human impact on the environment. ”

Klompching Gallery | 89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Mandy O’Neill @ Gallery of Photography

Mandy O’Neill: Quiet at the Back
September 13th – October 27th

Opening 6pm Thursday 12th September

“For over a decade, award-winning photographer Mandy O’Neill has engaged with children and young people in formal education contexts in primary and post-primary schools in central Dublin. O’Neill’s photographs have emerged through mix of formal residencies supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and more local arrangements in keeping with the dynamics of school life from year to year.”

Gallery of Photography
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin D02 X406

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Photo Festival – Baie de Saint-Brieuc 19 October – 17 November 2019

© Matt Stuart – All That Life Can Afford

Photo Festival – Baie de Saint-Brieuc
19 October – 17 November 2019

8 selected projects without thematic imposed.
A qualified jury, chaired by Magdalena Herrera, Photo Director at GEO France magazine, selects 8 photo essays already produced, little or not shown to the public. No theme is predefined in the selection of these 8 topics.

2 residences in Bay of Saint-Brieuc.
To complete the selection, the Artistic Director, Ferit DUZYOL, and the President of the jury, Magdalena HERRERA, chose to select 2 photographers who will be in residence for two to three weeks in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc and propose the subject of their choice .

Sabine Weiss : La Bretagne des années 50 – Les amoureux
Camille Gharbi : Preuves d’amour
Lucie Pastureau : Luminescences
Matt Stuart : All That Life Can Afford
Agnès Pataux : DONSO et SOMA – Afrique de l’Ouest
Pascal Maitre : Seulement Humain
Cyril Abad : IN GOD WE TRUST, voyage au coeur des excentricités de la foi
Éric Pillot : In situ – l’animal
Vianney Le Caer : En résidence / Les baigneurs – Plages de l’agglomération de Saint-Brieuc
Florence Levillain : En résidence / Sur les traces de Lucien Bailly dans l’agglomération de Saint-Brieuc

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JANE EVELYN ATWOOD @ L. Parker Stephenson Photographs

Rue des Lombards, 1976-1977

JANE EVELYN ATWOOD – Paris Red Light: 1976-1979
September 13 – November 22, 2019

Opening Reception on Thursday, September 12th, 6-8pm

“Atwood’s two long-term immersive projects explore cis- and trans- gendered communities among prostitutes in Paris. The legal precariousness and social intimacy of these groups’ activities lie in contrast with their public presence and display. For Atwood, the camera became a tool to articulate her fascination with this duality and to engage with it as a witness: “I wanted to look but I didn’t want to stare”. The exhibition’s intimately scaled vintage prints offer a peek into a world rarely visible to outsiders.”

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs
764 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065

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The Criminal Type @ apexart

The Criminal Type
September 7 – October 26, 2019

Opening Reception: September 6, 2019 6pm – 8pm

“The Criminal Type examines the entwined history of photographic portraiture and criminality, curated by Elizabeth Breiner. Featuring work by Joy Buolamwini, Paolo Cirio, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Eric Etheridge, Stephen Maturen, Zora J. Murff, Josh Ritchie, and Arne Svenson”

291 Church St, New York, NY 10013

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Lagrange’s Streets @ Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography

Lagrange’s Streets
September 5 – November 17

“The photographer’s overwhelming desire to observe the world, his attention towards people, and the amazing sense of the spirit of the era have provided us with an extensive archive. Lagrange’s works became a recognized classic of Soviet art, while remaining in consonance with what was happening with photography in the world— the rise of the humanistic movement, the work of the young photographic agency Magnum.”

Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography

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Geert Broertjes @ Schilt Publishing & Gallery

Geert Broertjes: One Year
7 September – 1 December, 2019

Opening 7 September, 5 – 7 p.m.

“In a very short space of time, Geert Broertjes lost the most important women in his life. His aunt, grandmother and mother passed away. He shared his grief with his girlfriend, who became a recurring theme in this series. But even this relationship ended, a couple of months after his mother passed. Broertjes photographed the process instinctively. It was only afterwards that he noticed the coherence of his work. It became a poetic story about love, loss and grief. The beautiful photographs, all shot analogue in raw black and white, reveal the dark feelings he experienced during this intense period in his life.”

Schilt Publishing & Gallery
Peter Martensstraat 121
1087 NA Amsterdam

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Live Dangerously @ National Museum of Women in the Arts

Rania Matar, Yara, Cairo, Egypt, 2019; Archival pigment print, 44 x 37 in.; Courtesy of the artist and Robert Klein Gallery; © Rania Matar

Live Dangerously
Sept. 19, 2019–Jan. 20, 2020

“this exhibition presents 12 photographers using the female form as sculptural material—positioning figures in natural surroundings to suggest provocative narratives.”

National Museum of Women in the Arts

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