Scientific Name: Acetabularia caliculus; English Name: Mermaid’s Wineglass / Location: Notojima Ishikawa, 2016

JUNE 6 – 9, 2018


“Hidden Beauty Near the Shore will present 23 photographs highlighting Kasuya’s exquisite underwater photographs that reveal that even near urban areas, there is a thriving and diverse ecosystem in the sea that most humans never witness.”

Foto Care
43 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010

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Remote Photo Festival: Reframing the Border @ Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Donegal

From the series ‘The Land of Milk and Honey’ by Patrick Kelly

Remote Photo Festival: Reframing the Border
11th, 12th & 13th May

“The ‘Reframing the Border’ exhibition at the Regional Cultural Centre presents work by established and emerging Irish-based photographers who explore the diverse physical, social, psychological and imagined spaces of the borderlands in Ireland at this critical point in time. Exhibition continues until 19 May 2018.”

Gallery 1:
David Farrell – Innocent Landscapes, view link
Sean Hillen – LondoNewry & Irelantis, view link
Anthony Haughey – Disputed Territory, view link
Dragana Jurisic – Fields of Gunnera, view link
Donovan Wylie – Watchtowers, view link

Gallery 2:
Kate Nolan – Lacuna exhibition installation, view link

New Gallery:
Enda Bowe – Fire’s Love Song & Searching for North, view link
Raymond B Newman – An Unsettled Border, view link
Tony O’Shea Border Roads, view link
Aidan Pedreschi – Pillboxes, view link

Front Gallery ground floor
Ciaran Dunbar – Diesel, view link
Kevin Fox – Drum: Portrait of a Village, view link
Nigel Swann – Black Pigs Dyke, view link

Front Gallery upper
Paddy Kelly – Land of Milk and Honey, view link

Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Donegal

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Spring Showcase @ Schneider Gallery

© Marina Font

Spring Showcase Group Exhibition
May 4 – June 30

Opening Reception: May 4 | 5 – 7:30 PM

This exhibition will feature some of the artists they have worked with over the last 30 years from all over the world, including Lalla Essaydi, Marina Font, Patrick Nagatani, Chen Nong, Tatiana Parcero, Luis Gonzalez Palma, and Ian Van Coller.

Schneider Gallery
770 N. LaSalle Dr.
Suite 401
Chicago, IL

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Moved to Stillness @ Gallery 19

© Alice Q. Hargrave

Moved to Stillness – Alice Hargrave, Zane York, and Vito Stramaglia
May 4 – June 30

Opening Reception: May 4 | 6 – 9 PM

“From the minuscule to the universal, from insects to sacred geometries, these artists bring paint and photography to a visual crescendo worthy of thoughtful, silent engagement. ”

Gallery 19
4839 N. Damen Ave.
Chicago, IL

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Anahid Ghorbani @ Filter Space

Anahid Ghorbani: The Edge of Shadows
May 4 – 26

Opening Reception and Artist Talk: May 4 | 6 – 9 PM

“Ghorbani, the 2017/2018 Diane Dammeyer Fellowship recipient, presents this culminating work, exploring issues of oppression, restriction of rights, the contradictory fears of visibility and invisibility faced by immigrants and refugees. Ghorbani makes the invisible visible concerning this marginalized group, showcasing the collaborative art she created with participants at Heartland Alliance, one of the world’s leading anti-poverty organizations, working in communities in the U.S. and abroad to serve those who are homeless, living in poverty, or seeking safety.”

Filter Space
1821 W. Hubbard St.
Suite 207
Chicago, IL

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Festival Riga Photomonth 2018

image: Lilia Limiyan

Festival Riga Photomonth 2018
7 May to 7 June

New Chic, where 12 artists will take part: Kasia Bielska (Poland), Inka & Niclas (Sweden), Steffen Kloster Poulsen (Denmark), Laura Kuusk (Estonia), Andrejs Lavrinovičs (Latvia), Lilia Limiyan (Russia), Reinis Lismanis (Latvia), Slava Mogutin (USA/Russia), Marge Monko (Estonia), Visvaldas Morkevičius (Lithuania), Maija Tammi (Finland) and Irina Popova (Netherlands/Russia).

Self Publish Riga, which from 10 May will be open to audiences at the ISSP Gallery at Berga Bazārs, will be dedicated to photobooks and the self-publishing culture. In the framework of this programme, several collections of photobooks will be exhibited, for example, the historical Latvian photobooks, the latest photobooks from the Baltics, etc.

From 7 May at the National Library of Latvia exhibition Bodybuilding will be launched. This exhibition is curated by the authors of the new generation – Elizabete Ezergaile, Elizabete Džeina Rubene, Luīze Nežberte, Rasa Pavilona and Beate Poikāne. The sculptures and installations displayed at the exhibition interpret the literal and metaphorical meaning of bodybuilding.

the Latvian Museum of Photography group show Wool and Silk. The New Erotic will be open from 10 May. This show will offer a new definition of erotica opening the door to different sexualities and practices. Such authors as Evija Gruzna, Ieva Balode, Reinis Hofmanis, Lando Jansone, Raimonds Rencis and others will take part in the show.


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JAVIER VIVER @ camara oscura galeria de arte

JAVIER VIVER “The Archive of the Unclassifiable”
31st May – 28th July 2018

Opening: Thursday 31st at 8.00 pm

“Under the title of “The Archive of the Unclassifiable” the author shows a selection of photographs from the “Iconographie de La Salpêtrière” filed in a modular filing cabinet, and the reconstruction of a number of body castings. Likewise, he takes over the methods employed at the psychiatric hospital of La Salpêtrière in Paris in order to document their case reports. Thus Viver takes his proposal of the “Révélations” book to the exhibition space of the gallery. His book was published by the RM publishing company and sold out a few months after being released, having been awarded the National Prize for the Best Art Book by the Spanish Ministry of Culture in 2016, and also the ArtsLibris Award. Some of the last available copies of the book will be on sale at the exhibition venue.”

camara oscura galeria de arte
T./F. +34 91 429 17 34
c/ Alameda, 16, 1º B
28014 Madrid

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Arnold Newman @ Howard Greenberg Gallery

Arnold Newman, Marcel Duchamp, NYC, 1942
Gelatin silver print; printed later, 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches
© Arnold Newman Properties/Getty Images, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Arnold Newman: One Hundred
May 10 – June 30, 2018

“Newman is generally acknowledged as the pioneer of the environmental portrait. He spent time exploring the essence of his subjects, finding the best environment to express who they were, and integrating them with their work into compositions that referenced the work. He structured his own visual language, setting up photographs with jaunty geometric grace and inventing visual elements where none existed thus adding complexity and depth to his portraits. His sense of tension, rhythm, and balance, guides the eye through his command of composition.”

Howard Greenberg Gallery
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406, New York.

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WILLIAM ROPP “TAFARI – He Who Inspires Awe”
May 3 – June 23, 2018

“William Ropp is a renowned contemporary French photo-artist known as the Shadow Sculptor. His haunting portraits are compared to paintings and he is famous for using shadow and light in a mesmerizing way. He asks his subjects to stare directly at the viewer in poses of their own design. We are delighted to be showing William Ropp’s unique photo-portraits of Ethiopian natives for the first time at the gallery.” –Spencer Throckmorton

145 East 57th Street, third floor, New York, NY 10022

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Saul Leiter @ Howard Greenberg Gallery

Saul Leiter, Untitled (nude), 1950s

Saul Leiter: In My Room
May 10 – June 30, 2018

“Fed by thrilling recent discoveries from Saul Leiter’s archive, the exhibition reveals the world of the artist and the women in his life through his studies of the female figure. Often illuminated by the lush natural light of Leiter’s studio in New York City’s East Village, these black-and-white images uncover the mutual and empathetic collaboration between the artist and his subjects.”

Howard Greenberg Gallery
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406, New York.

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