June 14th, 2015 – October 11th, 2015
Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley
Sam Krisch: Above Zero
Photographs from the Polar Regions
Sam Krisch’s images are processed using digital tools and methods that approximate film and traditional darkroom methods. His landscapes and portraits have been exhibited throughout the United States, and his prints are in corporate, museum, and individual collections. Krisch is also well regarded for his...
July 27th, 2015 – October 11th, 2015
Art Institute Chicago
David Hartt: Interval
The work of artist David Hartt (Canadian, born 1967) investigates the specificity of place. By examining the culture and built environment of a given locale, Hartt observes how the needs and values of communities form, manifest, and change over time. For Interval, Hartt selected two sites...
April 29th, 2015 – October 11th, 2015
Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD)
San Francisco, CA
Finding the I in Diaspora: From the MoAD Archives
We are proud to announce our new exhibition series, Finding the I in Diaspora: From the MoAD Archives. Located in the Emerging Artists’ Gallery on the first floor, this exhibition seeks to commemorate our past while celebrating our future. This exhibition presents an opportunity to...
September 08th, 2015 – October 17th, 2015
New York, NY
Mark Dorf: Emergence
Postmasters is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Mark Dorf's series Emergence. Shot in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado while working with ecologists at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Dorf employs a combination of photography and digital media. The series updates the field...
August 10th, 2015 – October 17th, 2015
Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
Jessica Ingram: Road Through Midnight
A Civil Rights Memorial
Reception + Artist’s Talk: September 17, 2015, 6–9 p.m. In 2006, while exploring downtown Montgomery, Alabama, Jessica Ingram found herself standing on the former Court Square slave market. The historical marker presented facts, including the dollar values paid for slaves, but said nothing about the meaning...
September 15th, 2015 – October 17th, 2015
Camera Club of New York
New York, NY
Dust: The plates of the present
February 2013 - July 2015
Curated by Sonel Breslav Nearly three years ago, artists Thomas Fougeirol and Jo-ey Tang began a project with the intent of turning a small storage space in Ivry-sur-Seine, a suburb just southeast of Paris, into a means of communal production. An improvised darkroom was built and...
July 02nd, 2015 – October 18th, 2015
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York
The Bronx Museum of the Arts is organizing a multi-venue artistic and cultural survey of The Young Lords Organization—a radical social activist group founded by Puerto Rican youth in the 1960s that demanded reform in health care, education, housing, employment, and policing. Exhibitions of art...
May 02nd, 2015 – October 18th, 2015
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington
Ilse Bing: Modern Photographer
Between the late 1920s and the late 1950s, Ilse Bing (U.S., born Germany, 1899–1998) worked as an artist and commercial photographer in Germany, Paris, and New York. The self-taught photographer—widely published in European illustrated magazines—became an early pioneer of photographing with the 35 mm Leica...
August 02nd, 2015 – October 18th, 2015
Parrish Art Museum
Water Mill, NY
Andreas Gursky: Landscapes
German visual artist Andreas Gursky is renowned for his monumentally scaled photographs—grand urban and natural landscape vistas and large format architecture—created from a dispassionate, omniscient point of view. Highly detailed, Gursky's images are at once dead-pan observational and transcendent. He rigorously composes his expansive views...
April 10th, 2015 – October 18th, 2015
Doris and John Norton Gallery for the Center for Creative Photography
Unique Photographic Objects from the Center for Creative Photography
This exhibition challenges the expectation that photographs are infinitely reproducible multiples. Typically photographs are printed from a negative or digital capture, and can be produced in editions ranging from a few prints to several hundred. However, some photographic processes – including daguerreotypes, tintypes, and Polaroid...