Clay Lipsky, LAndlines, Archival Pigment Print, 40×55”
Structure: Architecture + Photography
16 May – 6 July, 2014
wall space gallery is pleased to present a survey of contemporary architecture featuring a group of photographic artists focused on capturing in detail the monolithic structures we live with. These structures leave behind a record of community, habitat and order.
wall space gallery
116 East Yanonali Street C-1
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
GARRY WINOGRAND: SIX
July 7 – August 22, 2014
32 E 57TH ST
NEW YORK, NY 10022
29th June – 31th August ‘2014
There is an old grammatical dilemma in Russian language; one can solve it by making a choice in favor of one meaning or another by adding a comma. The phrase “Execute no Mercy” will have a reverse meaning depending on a comma before or after “no”. This punctuation unleashes a decisive action for someone’s fate. Perhaps not so elegantly, but hopefully in a similarly ample and multi-layered way, we encrypted our stream of thought about time in the title of exhibition. This is a time in which we find ourselves today, a time which we still remember, a space of collective memory through which we can try and grasp the idea of “here and now”. An artist is always tuned into his time, and his ability to accentuate the right things can surpass the prevalent mood and understanding of history.
Natalya Baluta (Moscow) / Filipp Beloborodof (Petersburg) / Alexey Bogolepov (Petersburg) / Anastasia Bogomolova (Chelyabinsk) / Daria Gontsova (Petersburg) / Andrey Ivanov (Moscow) / Alla Mirovskaya (Moscow) / Evgeniy Molodtsov (Petersburg) / Natasha Podunova (Ekaterinburg) / Maria Sakirko (Moscow) / Elena Holkina (Moscow) / Elena Churikova (Moscow) / Fedor Shklyaruk (Moscow) / Katya Yushkevich (Petersburg)
Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 24 Vosstaniya street, 2nd courtyard, ground floor art-cluster “Fligel”
Collected Works (1995-2012)
28th June – 17th August 2014
Wendy McMurdo is a photographer and filmmaker who focuses on the relationship between technology and identity expressed through the images and ideas of childhood. She looks at the psychological world of children and young people, both as a protected space and, increasingly, as a ground for marketing wars and a prematurely forced adulthood.
Street Level Photoworks
Trongate 103 – Glasgow G1 5HD
Kate JOYCE: Bull City Summer
June 12 – August 1, 2014
The selection of photographs on view are taken from Joyce’s time spent in North Carolina, chronicling the Durham Bulls minor league baseball team’s 2013 season as part of the documentary project Bull City Summer: A Season at the Ballpark and Beyond. The project, directed by Sam Stephenson, brought together 10 visual artists and writers to document the Durham Bulls in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the team’s introduction to notoriety through the 1988 film, Bull Durham. Spanning all 72 home games of the season, Joyce spent more than 1000 hours contributing to the project; photographing the baseball players, fans, and field. It is through Joyce’s immense exposure to the sport and obsessive diligence in her approach to capturing the Durham Bulls’ community, that the current exhibition is framed.
Rick Wester Fine Art (526 W. 26th Street, Suite 417, Chelsea)
Framed & Ready
July 11 – August 29, 2014
Friday, July 11, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
More than 19 years ago, Catherine Edelman Gallery moved out of its second floor gallery to the lower level of 300 W. Superior Street, doubling its footprint. In 2005 it expanded again, adding an additional 1200 sq. feet of exhibition space. Now in its 26th year, CEG is running out of storage space. To help alleviate this problem, we’ve decided to mount Framed & Ready, a rotation of gallery artists whose photographic works are all custom framed and ready to be brought home.
Catherine Edelman Gallery
300 W. Superior Street • Chicago IL 60654
Dennis DeHart: Concentrate To The Quiet
August 2 – September 16, 2014
Compelled by the connections, conflicts, and intersections of the natural and cultural worlds, Dennis DeHart’s work weaves together stylistic observation with a personal voice. Experiencing place though participation is an important conceptual component as DeHart states: “My main concern is in expressing interconnections; that what we do in our own backyard has a broader affect on the larger world we live in.”
SPOT Photo Works
6679 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood
Tom Chambers – Reverie
July 25th through September 13th, 2014.
Opening & Artist Reception Friday, July 25th, 2014 from 5-7pm
541 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
National Photography Competition Winners
JULY 2, 2014 – JULY 26, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: TUESDAY, JULY 1 2014, FROM 6PM TO 8PM
In July, Soho Photo Gallery will feature the work of the 42 winners of the gallery’s 19th annual juried National Photography Competition.
The competition attracted upwards of 2,600 images from 321 photographers around the country. This year’s distinguished juror was Ariel Meyerowitz, renowned art advisor and former New York gallery owner. She selected Niki Grangruth and James Kinser of Chicago, IL as the winner for their image titled Odalisque (after Ingres).
Soho Photo Gallery | 15 White Street | New York | NY | 10013
Dan Shepherd, Alaska Trees #8, 2013, Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle fine art parchment paper with a hand torn deckle edge, 24 x 36 inches
The Faces of America
June 28 – August 30, 2014
dnj Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, “The Faces of America”. This group photography exhibition will feature artwork by dnj Gallery’s artists. These artists explore various themes including self-identity, culture, and environment, while using an array of traditional and experimental photographic processes.
2525 Michigan Avenue, Suite J1
Santa Monica, CA 90404