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Brian Ulrich: The Centurion

October 31st, 2015 – February 14th, 2016
The George Eastman Museum
Rochester, NY

Brian Ulrich: The Centurion

The title of Brian Ulrich’s most recent body of work refers to an urban legend of the 1980s that became a reality in 1999. The legend held that American Express issued, by invitation only, a special charge card to ultra-wealthy individuals, who could use it...

Steve Nyktas: In Precursors and Remnants

January 09th, 2016 – February 14th, 2016
Jewel Gallery
Flagstaff, AZ

Steve Nyktas: In Precursors and Remnants

This new photography exhibition in the Jewel Gallery features new works by Steve Nyktas, Assistant Professor of Art at Butler University in Indiana. In Precursors and Remnants, Nyktas captures ordinary items in exquisite close-up detail, transforming them into the elegant and remarkable.

Daniel Coburn: Hereditary Estate

January 08th, 2016 – February 19th, 2016
Filter Photo Festival
Chicago, IL

Daniel Coburn: Hereditary Estate

Filter Photo is pleased to announce "The Hereditary Estate", an exhibition from Daniel Coburn, taking place at Filter Space. Opening reception January 8, 2016, 6:00-9:00 pm. "My family history is haunted by instances of suicide, severe domestic violence, and substance abuse. Frustrated by the lack of images...

Gohar Dashti: Stateless

January 08th, 2016 – February 20th, 2016
Robert Klein Gallery
Boston, MA

Gohar Dashti: Stateless

Born in 1980 in Ahvaz, Iran, Gohar Dashti received her MA in Photography from the Fine Art University of Tehran in 2005. Dashti has developed a practice concerning social issues with particular references to history and culture in modern society. She creates artwork using different...

Gordon Parks: A Segregation Story 1956

January 08th, 2016 – February 20th, 2016
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Chicago, IL

Gordon Parks: A Segregation Story 1956

Completed in 1956 and published in Life magazine, the groundbreaking series documented life in Jim Crow South through the experience of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thornton Sr. and their multi-generational family. A selection of seventeen photographs from the series will be exhibited, highlighting Parks’ ability...

Nica Ross: noo reality ≈ a gayme

January 21st, 2016 – February 20th, 2016
Baxter St | Camera Club of NY
New York, NY

Nica Ross: noo reality ≈ a gayme

BAXTER ST at CCNY is pleased to present a solo exhibition by artist and 2015 Workspace Resident Nica Ross. Ross uses photography, performance, installation and video, drawing upon tropes of gaming and game design, creating her first playable card game. noo reality ≈ a gayme,...

Quinn Gorbutt: The Time is Going to Pass Anyway

January 15th, 2016 – February 20th, 2016
Jacob Lewis Gallery
New York, NY

Quinn Gorbutt: The Time is Going to Pass Anyway

In his new body of black and white archival pigment prints, Gorbutt plays with the illusion of physical space and the inevitability of flatness inherent in the photographic medium. Using discarded materials found near his studio in Virginia, Gorbutt creates elaborate installations of wood, paint...

Horst P. Horst: Color

January 08th, 2016 – February 20th, 2016
Robert Klein Gallery
Boston, MA

Horst P. Horst: Color

Horst P. Horst was born Horst Paul Albert Bohrmann in 1906 in the German town of Weissenfels-an-der-Salle. Horst was offered a position with American Vogue and moved to the United States. In 1942, Horst became a naturalized citizen. In the next thirty years, he was...

Andrea Modica: Extended Moments

October 10th, 2015 – February 21st, 2016
Akron Art Museum
Akron, OH

Andrea Modica: Extended Moments

Extended Moments celebrates the work of Andrea Modica, a photographer noted for her meticulous craftsmanship and evocative narratives. The artist is noted for her use of traditional processes—an 8 x 10 inch view camera and platinum palladium contact printing—to achieve lush tones and rich visual...

Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows

October 06th, 2015 – February 21st, 2016
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Los Angeles, CA

Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows

In the 1970s Ishiuchi Miyako shocked Japan’s male-dominated photography establishment with Yokosuka Story, a gritty, deeply personal project about the city where she spent her childhood and where the United States established a naval base in 1945. Working prodigiously ever since, Ishiuchi has consistently fused...

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