GALLERY NEWS

Book signing for Richard Renaldi's new monograph Touching Strangers

Richard Renaldi's new book Touching Strangers is out now, and the gallery will be having a book signing at the AIPAD Photography show Saturday April 12th at 3:00pm. Make sure to stop by Booth #206 at The Park Avenue Armory in New York.


For more information visit Aperture's website HERE.


Bonni Benrubi gallery at this year's AIPAD art fair

The Bonni Benrubi gallery is excited to be participating again in the Association of International Photography Art Dealers fair. The AIPAD Photography Show will be held April 10-13 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. More than 80 of the world’s leading photography art galleries will present a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern and nineteenth-century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video, and new media, at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City’s Upper East Side.


Make sure to come visit the gallery at Booth #206 and see work by Stephane Couturier, Jeffrey Milstein, Christopher Payne, Matthew Pillsbury, Richard Renaldi, Lauren Semivan and Massimo Vitali


For more information, go to the AIPAD's website HERE.


Richard Renaldi featured in The New Yorker's Photo Booth

The New Yorker's Photo Booth blog has published a feature on Richard Renaldi's early morning series titled Manhattan Sunday:


“Sunday morning is a magical and inspiring time,” he said. “It’s a break in the chaotic swirl. People are quiet, reflective, coming down, and peacefully tired. They are in the same space as the city.” Renaldi began taking pictures of people as they left after-hours clubs—Pacha, District 36, Roseland—and the all-night karaoke bars on Thirty-second Street. “I wanted this to be a celebration of the characters I’ve seen, who get dressed up and put their freak on to go out on a Saturday night. So often this is hidden in the dark,”


See the whole post HERE.


Jed Devine in the news:

Jed Devine's current exhibition at the gallery is the subject of an article in HYPERALLERGIC.COM titled Collaging Art History in the Kitchen:


"There’s continuity between Devine’s old and new images: his tight composition, arranging hand, and idiosyncratic insistence that art belongs in the kitchen all persist. But these days, you can’t even make out the table; it’s too cluttered with open books, discarded napkins, wrinkled tablecloths. As in the earlier work, his vantage point is always from above, surveying his temporary assemblages. But whereas before, curves dominated (platinum-palladium’s sensitivity so exquisitely captured the fullness of fruit, the closed circuit of bowls and plates), Devine’s new terrain is a grid of pixels, and he splinters it with angles, making a mess."


See the whole article HERE.



Devine's show is also featured in The New Yorker this month. See the whole post HERE.

And Time Out New York has listed the show HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin featured in The New Yorker's Photo Booth

The New Yorker's online blog Photobooth has included an image by Paolo Pellegrin for their recent installment called "Wet Process"


"Today is the twenty-first-annual World Water Day, which was established, by the United Nations, to draw attention to the management and the use of fresh water. The occasion got me looking for photographers who take water as their central theme. Climate change, which has produced extremes of abundance and scarcity around the world, was a common subject, especially for documentary projects. But I was also drawn to works that highlight the beauty of water, which, as Roni Horn notes, “is full of paradox. It is ubiquitous, and yet so unfamiliar.”


See the whole post HERE.


Richard Renaldi featured in the Guardian

The Guardian.com has published a selection of Richard Renaldi's Touchging Strangers series in an article titled "Brief Encounter: Touching Strangers - In Pictures":


"When photographer Richard Renaldi started putting strangers together to make intimate portraits, he had a wish list. “I had a list of what I wanted to catalogue,” he says on the phone from New York, “in particular, certain types with different backgrounds and races. I remember I wanted a Muslim woman in a veil. And a cop. I knew I wanted a cop.”"


See the whole article HERE.


Karine Laval included in SELECT 2014

Karine Laval is currently particiapting in SELECT 2014, a curated exhibition organized by The Washington Project for the Arts in DC. The Exhibition is on view through March 21.


Get more information HERE.


Matthew Albanese featured in AdWeek magazine

AdWeek Magazine has published an article on the world's largest model railroad, and Sony's testing of miniature cameras by Matthew Albanese:


"...the four-minute documentary, created with Wieden + Kennedy, makes the whole thing feel pretty forced and awkward. "For this project I chose a camera that will get me into tight spaces and gives me unique vantage points," says Albanese. That may be the selling point, but the footage and the photographs make the point well enough without the contrived sales pitch. A little less throat-clearing and philosophizing might serve the spot well, too—but at the end, Zaccagnino's extra talent makes for a perfectly oddball kicker."


See the whole story HERE.


Gillian Laub featured in the MSNBC

The MSNBC has published an online photo essay titled The beautiful—yet complicated—forms of love, which features work by Gillian Laub as well as Elinor Carucci.


See the whole series HERE.


Jed Devine featured in The Wall Street International

The Wall Street International has featured an article on Jed Devine's current exhibition at the gallery.


See the whole article HERE.


Christopher Payne featured in Juxtapoz Magazine

Juxtapose Magazine has published an article on Christopher Payne titled Christopher Payne's Photographs of Abandoned Places:


"Christopher Payne specializes in the documentation of America’s vanishing architecture and industrial landscapes. Trained as an architect, Payne has captured American cornerstones such as insane asylums, and textile factories. Payne’s recent work, including a series in progress on the American textile industry, has veered away from the documentation of the obsolete towards a celebration of craftsmanship and small-scale manufacturing."


See the whole article HERE.


Gillian Laub photograph in The New York Times

The New York Times Magazine has published an article on musician / performance artist Lonnie Holley, including a portrait by Gillian Laub.


See the whole story HERE.


Massimo Vitali review in The New Yorker

The New Yorker has reviewed Massimo Vitali's current show at the gallery: Between Normalities:


"The Italian photographer’s very big color pictures of beaches in Brazil, Sardinia, Crete, and Lampedusa are especially seductive on a cold winter day. Vitali, who shoots from a platform high above the landscape, captures broad and marvellously detailed vistas dotted with people in bathing suits."


Read the whole review HERE.


Essay by Jehad Nga featured in Time: Lightbox

Time: Lightbox has published an essay by Jehad Nga on his recent experiences with Malick Sidibe:


"Housed in a busy suburb of Bamako, Mali’s capital, Malick’s tiny studio has a readily detectable pulse — a touch shallower than I imagine it once was, but still present. The studio itself has become as much a subject in his photos as the countless men, women and children who have set foot inside the place to have their portraits made, or simply to visit with the local legend. The portraits, meanwhile, are remarkable, each one of the thousands of pictures somehow teasing out a central, telling element of the individual’s character. These portraits, one realizes, are evidence of a rare and intimate exchange, an empathy between sitter and portraitist."


Read the complete essay HERE.


Last month to see Prix Pictet: Power at The Aperture Foundation Gallery

Don't miss the current exhibition at The Aperture Foundation gallery in New York: Prix Pictet: Power Includes work from Jacqueline Hassink's Tables of Power series. The exhibition also includes work by Luc Delahaye, Robert Adams, Daniel Beltrá, Mohamed Bourouissa, Philippe Chancel, Edmund Clark, Carl De Keyzer, Rena Effendi, An-My Lê, Joel Sternfeld, and Guy Tillim. The show will be presented through January 30, 2014.


For more information, visit the Aperture Foundation's website HERE.


Gillian Laub Featured in Tablet magazine

Tablet magazine has published an article on Gillian Laub's New York Times shoot with Ariel Sharon:


"It turned out it was me—or rather, my equipment—that prompted the bomb scare. After blowing way too many fuses, I never like to be dependent on anybody’s electricity, so I only use portable lights, and each battery weighs about ten pounds and looks like a lead brick. And when they ran a background check on me, they saw I’d been in Ramallah and Nablus two months before. I was interrogated for an hour."


Read the complete story HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury interviewed by The World Photography Organisation

Matthew Pillsbury will be one of the Honorary Judging Committee for this year's Sony World Photography Awards. He was recently interviewed about this role, as well as his own work by The World Photography Organisation:


"What I love about photography is that people find a way to make unbelievable images of things I would otherwise have no interest in and that would never grab my attention. A great picture is the coming together of an idea and the right tools to express it."


Read the complete interview HERE.


Josef Hoflehner featured in Lonely Planet Magazine (UK)

Lonely Planet print Magazine has published Chicago, the Wintry City along with a portfolio of 10 photographs by Josef Hoflehner in the current issue (Feb 2014)


Pick up a copy at newsstands now. Or see Josef's portfolio of Chicago images HERE.


Chris Payne featured in The New York Times Magazine

Chris Payne's photographs of textile mills have been published in The New York Times Magazine this week alongside an essay titled Fruits of the Loom:


"For a time it must have seemed that every waterfall in New England was becoming the center of a new town, and Philadelphia, with its Schuylkill River, became “the workshop of the world” for at least 90 years, until steam power replaced water power, and the textile industry drifted South, where labor was cheaper. Today, of course, most textile production takes place abroad. In Guangzhou, China, they have had whole streets devoted to selling yarn. A century ago, there were more than 800 businesses related to textile manufacturing in Philadelphia alone; today there are around a hundred."


Read the whole story HERE.


Laura McPhee- River of No Return listed as one of the Top Ten Contemporary Art Exhibits in 2013

The Huffington Post included Laura McPhee's exhibition: River of No Return at the Kemper Contemporary Museum of ART in Kansas City, MO this year as one of the top ten contemporary art exhibits of 2013:


"The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art again showed its extraordinarily good judgment in featuring the work of Laura McPhee. She is a final holdout in the line of great large format photographers using the 8 by 10 camera and pulling prints with traditional chromogenic chemistry. River of No Return featured twenty-three beautiful mural sized (6 by 8 feet) prints that were photographed over several years in the ranch land and wilderness of central Idaho."


See the complete list HERE.


Massimo Vitali featured in Wall Street International Magazine

Wall Street International has run an article on Massimo Vitali's upcoming exhibition Between Normalities.


Read the whole article HERE.


Massimo Vitali featured in Actuphoto

Actuphoto has featured an article on Massimo Vitali's upcoming exhibition Between Normalities.


Read the whole article HERE.


Massimo Vitali featured in Vice Magazine

Richard Kern recently interviewed Massimo Vitali for an article in Vice Magazine:


"They are certainly landscapes, they are certainly portraits and they are historical documents because they portray the way we live. (In my photos) I’m trying to get clues of our existence. The idea is that there’s a lot of stuff to look at, a lot of details so that the people who are looking at the photographs have the possibility to make up their own stories. You must collaborate when looking at my pictures—you must put yourself into the picture and try to invent your own stories."


Read the whole article HERE.


Bonni Benrubi Gallery at Art Miami

Visit the gallery's booth, #C32, at Art Miami this year. The fair runs from December 3 - 8, 2013. There is a VIP Preview December 3rd, 5:30 - 10:00. We will be featuring work by Jeffery Milstein, Matthew Pillsbury, Karine Laval, Massimo Vitali, Eric Cahan, Stéphan Courtier, and Lauren Semivan.


For more details, see the fair's website HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury's new monograph City Stages featured in The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal has published a review of Matthew Pillsbury's new book City Stages:

"Where Matthew Pillsbury took the pictures in "City Stages" (Aperture, 128 pages, $65) is usually pretty obvious—New York, Paris, London, Venice. It is reading the people that is problematic. Mr. Pillsbury shoots on black and white film in an 8-by-10-inch view camera using long exposures, some an hour or more, which provide sharp details even in dark shadows. But the figures in his frame at the beginning of the exposure leave or move about, and so appear only as transparent apparitions."


See the whole review HERE.


Bonni Benrubi Gallery featured in L'oeil de la Photographie

The L'oeil de la Photographie has featured The gallery's booth at Paris Photo this year in their recent edition.


Read more HERE.


WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath at The Brooklyn Museum

WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath is currently exhibiting at The Brooklyn Museum. The show features work by Simon Norfolk and many acclaimed others:


"Including the work of some 255 photographers from around the globe who have covered conflicts over the last 166 years, WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY examines the interrelationship between war and photography, reveals the evolution of the medium by which war is recorded and remembered, and explores the range of experience of armed conflict: recruitment, training, embarkation, daily routine, battle, death and destruction, homecoming, and remembrance. In addition to depicting the phases of war, WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY includes portraits of servicemen, military and political leaders, and civilians and refugees."


read more HERE.


Jeffrey Milstein featured on PDN

The Photo District News has featured Jeffery Milstein's recent airport photographs in a piece called AirCraft: The Jet as Art:


“After I got my pilot’s license when I was 17 years old in LA, I would fly around the basin shooting 8-mm movies from the air,” Milstein tells PDN via e-mail. “I was always fascinated by the way things looked from above.” For his most recent project Milsten began experimenting by using a helicopter and a friend’s plane, photographing local airports like John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport in New York City, and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, from above."


See the whole story: HERE.


Ron van Dongen story on Lucky Compiler

Lucky Compiler.com has recently published a story and interview with Ron van Dongen:


"Even at a very young age I was allowed to roam the Venezuelan neighbourhoods we lived in. All I remember from that time are images of my surroundings; vividly coloured flowers, exotic animals and plants, white sand beaches and of course our garden: a hibiscus hedge, palm trees, huge butterflies, the neighbour’s dogs, the watermelons growing freely next to the garbage can."


Read the whole story HERE.


Richard Renaldi story passes one million views on YouTube

The CBS News program On The Road recently broadcasted a story on Richard Renaldi's Touching Strangers project. The video portion with Renaldi is receiving much attention on YouTube.


See the video HERE.


The Take Away radio show broadcasts story about Susannah Ray hurricane Sandy photos

The Take Away with John Hockenberry recently broadcasted a story about Susannah Ray and Jen Poyant's hurricane Sandy project:


"The Rockaways is a place called home for photographer Susannah Ray and Takeaway Senior Producer Jen Poyant. In the aftermath of the storm, they interviewed residents and followed their recoveries. Audio and photos from those interviews will be featured at the Museum of the City of New York beginning tomorrow."


Hear the complete broadcast HERE.


NBC Nightly News broadcasts story on Museum of the City of New York's Hurricane Sandy exhibition

The Museum of the City of New York is exhibiting a show of photography one year after hurricane Sandy, which includes work from Susannah Ray's What are the Wild Waves Saying show. NBC nightly news recently broadcast a story about the show.


Watch the complete broadcast HERE.


Lauren Semivan interview at FotoFilmic

FotoFilmic has recently published an interview with Lauren Semivan:


"Many people consider photographing on film at this moment, and specifically in black-and-white, to be deliberate- if not contrary, way to make images. In context of so many available digital technologies large format seems to be a nearly extinct practice and those who hold on to film are doing so maybe less out of sentimentality or nostalgia than for specific conceptual reasons. I think many people look at black and white and see only the process or the container rather than the whole experience of the image itself. Maybe the rise in popularity of big color prints shown and collected in the beginning of the 2000s encouraged a kind of pendulum swing. Photographing in black-and-white now can almost be seen as a radical gesture."


Read the whole interview HERE.


Lauren Semivan featured in The New Yorker

The New Yorker has published a review of lauren Semivan's current show Observatory:


See the review HERE.


Lauren Semivan interviewed in Or Not Magazine

Or Not Magazine has published an interview with lauren Semivan titled Cosmologies of the inner world:


"Lauren Semivan’s work, that can be considered part of the so-called staged photography, surpasses this narrow classification putting itself on a different expressive level that rather makes it closer to a photography of great visual suggestion, wavering between the pure abstraction (that is combination of graphical signs tangled as pure emotional space) and self-portrait, still life (with points of light that attract the glance) and performance, whose absolute protagonist is, obviously, the artist herself."


Read the whole story HERE.


Life Magazine features a spotlight on Bill Ray

Life Magazine has recently published a feature on Bill Ray titled Bill Ray's Classic Celebrity Portraits:


"Even a partial roll call of the men and women Bill Ray photographed for LIFE reads like a Who’s Who of Sixties pop culture: Marilyn Monroe, Sinatra, the Beatles, Natalie Wood, Liz Taylor, Elvis, Steve McQueen, Jackie Kennedy and on and on and on. But even more remarkable than the number of genuine legends Ray covered is that he managed to capture something utterly distinctive about each and every one."


See the whole article HERE.


Eric Cahan is The New Yorker's photo of the day

The New Yorker has featured Eric Cahan as their photo of the day.



Read more HERE.


Jacqueline Hassink featured in The Slate

Jacqueline Hassink's series The Table of Power 2 is the subject of a feature in The Slate online magazine called An International Tour of the World’s Most Powerful Boardrooms.:


"The idea of documenting the tables is twofold for Hassink. While studying sculpture in Norway in the early ’90s, she photographed tables around Oslo in an attempt to “map” a geographical area by focusing on one object. She chose tables because she felt they symbolize one way in which we organize our lives. They also shed light about hierarchy within families and corporations, such as in where parents or the CEO of a company elect to sit—the mother closer to the kitchen, the CEO in the most secure part of the room."


See the whole article HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury in conversation with Michel Lussault

Saturday, October 19 at 2:00 pm The Aperture Foundation will present Matthew Pillsbury in conversation with French geographer Michel Lussault at The Aperture Gallery and bookstore in New York:


"Working primarily in New York, Pillsbury captures human activity in urban environments, from isolated moments—tuned into the omnipresent screens of our tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. This decade-long project has culminated in Pillsbury’s first monograph, City Stages, published by Aperture in September 2013. A geographer specializing in urban studies, Lussault depicts the impact of globalization on space, and the way we experience and organize societies today. These two flâneurs observe and discuss the relationships of individuals to their daily environments and the urban landscape."


For more information see the Aperture website HERE.


Lauren Semivan interview in Daily Metal

Online magazine, Daily Metal has published an interview with Lauren Semivan:


"I studied violin beginning at a young age, and was always looking for a way to expand on that language. I loved playing, but learning violin repertoire felt a little too formulaic and strict. I had always had a 35mm camera and would spend hours in any darkroom I could find. When I entered college I started thinking about photography in a more conceptual way and it became the only thing that I wanted to do. I learned about 19th century printing techniques and the history of photography, but also about how to think for myself as an artist and to take definitions or categories and trends lightly. A lot about my education was very ad-lib or improvised and I think that is really valuable. I attribute some aspects of my style of photographing to my experiences studying music."


Read the whole interview HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin images in The New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Magazine recently published a story about Sicilian president Rosario Crocetta titled Can a Gay, Catholic Leftist Actually Squelch Corruption in Sicily? which features photographs by Paolo Pellegrin.


See the whole story HERE.


Doug Hall video installation at The San Jose Museum of Art

Doug Hall's recent video installation, Chrysopylae (2012) is currently on display at The San Jose Museum of Art:


"The iconic and glorious Golden Gate Bridge, recognized around the world, is nearly synonymous with the Bay Area. This summer, SJMA invites visitors to experience the bridge in a completely new way through the art of Doug Hall. In Timelapse, the bridge is more than a landmark: it is an elegant engineering feat, a symbol of global maritime commerce, a portal to the Pacific Rim, and a tourist destination of the West. This exhibition marks the debut of the Museum’s recent major acquisition, purchased with funds contributed by the Lipman Family Foundation and the Acquisitions Committee."


The installation will be on display through October 20, 2013



Read more HERE.


Jacqueline Hassink featured in Wallpaper Magazine

Wallpaper Magazine recently published an article titled Photographer Jacqueline Hassink offers a unique look at Kyoto's temples and gardens:



"The series was inspired by Hassink's first visit to Kyoto, where she was drawn to the 'micro-systems' that occur when gardens are viewed through the adjacent architecture, as if in a frame. (She refers to it as an 'abstract painting of nature'.) Her photographs emphasise the unclear border between private and public spaces - though they are careful to give visual balance to both the woven tatami mats and lush foliage. Of her approach, the artist says: 'The temple grounds became the working material with which I created sculptural photographic compositions."


See the whole story HERE.


Gillian Laub's first full-length feature documentary to be released

Gillian Laub's first full length feature documentary, Southern Rites is now being produced by John Legend's Get Lifted Film Co.:


"The directorial debut by photographer Gillian Laub is based on her study of the prom dances at the local High School. Though the south-central Georgia school was integrated in 1971, the proms remained separated along racial lines for years afterwards. Now in post-production, the film tracks the divide that develops in the community as an older white man is put on trial for killing a younger African-American male. This is all going on against the backdrop of the recently integrated proms and a campaign to election the area’s first black Sheriff."


Read more HERE. And also HERE.


Gillian Laub featured in Time LightBox

Gillian Laub's recent mini-documentary A Perfect Daughter: Gender Reassignment by Gillian Laub is currently featured in Time LightBox:


“It’s always an honor when someone is open and wants to share their life in such an intimate way under the gaze of a camera,” Laub tells TIME, “so the minute the editor told me about Nikki, I said of course I would love to do it.”

To gain their trust and to make them feel comfortable, Laub spent the first day just talking with the family without her cameras.

“Nikki told me she spent the first ten years of her life feeling like she was in the wrong body, almost betrayed by it,” she says. “After the transition, she finally felt happy, safe and proud in her body. I wanted to convey the new feeling of freedom and liberation.”


Read the whole story and see the video HERE.




Matthew Pillsbury in The New York Times

The New York Times has published a feature titled: How to Get a Job With a Philosophy Degree which features photography by Matthew Pillsbury.


See the whole story HERE.


Susannah Ray to participate in a panel discussion on photography and hurricane Sandy

Sunday, September 22nd, The Museum of the City of New York will be sponsoring a panel siscussion called Superstorm Sandy: photographer's perspectives. The panel will include Susannah Ray as well as Benjamin Lowy, Wyatt Gallery, Douglas Ljungkvist, and Kisha Bari. The panel will be Moderated by Sean Corcoran, Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York.


The event will be held the Photoville Talk Area – located at the storefront of One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman St Brooklyn, NY 11201, on Sept. 22nd at 6:20 pm.


Additional details can be found HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury featured in The New York Times

This week's New York Times includes an article called The Blur of Life about Matthew Pillsbury's work and new monograph published by Aperture:


"The city that emerges from Matthew Pillsbury’s photographs of New York — collected in a new book, “City Stages,” to be published by Aperture in October — is a ghost town: not an empty ghost town of deserted streets, but a much more literal phantom world in which human figures are captured, in almost spectral fashion, walking through public spaces, their bodies blurred by long exposures. “A lot of photography is about asserting a presence,” said Mr. Pillsbury, 39, who was raised in Paris but moved to New York City in the early 1990s. “These photographs are more about the evanescence of our lives and show human beings as fleeting essences that are moving through a landscape.”


See the whole story HERE.


Susannah Ray featured in the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal has published a short feature called Two Perceptions of American Spirit, Photo Exhibitions of Walker Evans and Susannah Ray


See the whole article HERE.


Lauren Semivan's upcoming exhibition featured in The Wall Street International Magazine

Lauren Semivan's upcoming exhibition Observatory is featured in this week's Wall Street International Magazine:


"Semivan’s photographs are the personal expression of a voice seemingly both wise and innocent. Calling to mind classic themes of memory and perception, the images are inviting, lush, and theatrical. Objects as diverse as books, furniture, boats, antique photographs, vegetation, and bones reoccur, as if clues to a larger story. The backdrops of Semivan’s images are abstract and gestural-- more contemporary than the objects they create a stage to and display a more playful voice to the traditional themes. The images express both a knowledge and wonder, past and possibility."


See the whole article HERE. and make sure to visit the gallery from September 18 - October 26, to see this beautiful work.


Susannah Ray featured on Voice of America

Susannah Ray is featured in a story and short video documentary called Documenting the Rockaways in Photographs, Before and After Sandy on The Voice of America website:


"Some of Ray’s most striking photographs are of that community, including many who surf through the winter. The project, titled Right Coast, after surfers’ nickname for the East Coast, has dramatic images of wet-suited men and women hauling their boards under gray skies, through snow and even blizzards. Ray says that’s because most of the year, the waves in the Rockaways are small."


See the whole article and video HERE.


Susannah Ray's current Exhibition in The New Yorker

Susannah Ray's current exhibition at the gallery: What are the Wild Waves Saying is featured in this week's New Yorker:


"The photographer, who lives in the Rockways, took these big color pictures in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Destruction is the focus, but resilience is the theme. Scenes of spectacular ruins—a red Mini Cooper crushed beneath the uprooted boardwalk, a house that’s still standing with most of its ground floor swept away—flirt with disaster porn. But they’re balanced by more contemplative images, including interiors, still-lifes, and a group of portraits accompanied by Jen Poyant’s audio collage of Rockaway residents’ voices."


See the whole article HERE.


Corinne Botz featured in the UK Daily Mail

The UK Daily Mail has published a story titled CSI Doll's House: How 1940s criminologist replicated real-life crime scenes in miniature to show detectives how when it comes to murder even the smallest detail matters, which features photos by Corinne Botz.


See the whole article HERE.


Jehad Nga feature in The Aesthete

Online blog The Aesthete has posted a feature on Jehad Nga called "Internal Conflict":


"Nga’s refusal to acknowledge even the slightest pleasure in the aesthetic quality of his conflict photography or the fact that the world’s preeminent publications are consistently throwing their most prestigious assignments his way is due in part to his natural creative temperament, which is largely defined by a compulsion for brutal self evaluation. (“Every year I have a crisis—I just want to sell all my equipment, reformat all of my hard drives and start at zero,” he admits.) At the same, his current disavowal of traditional photography does not appear at all to be temporary."



See the whole article HERE.


Karine Laval featured in New York Magazine

New York magazine has published an article called : A Pool of One’s Own which features images by Karine Laval.



See the whole article HERE.


Susannah Ray's new exhibition featured in Wall Street International

The Wall Street Journal International has published a feature on Susannah Ray and her new exhibition at the gallery What are the Wild Waves Saying:



"People told tales of survival, digging out, rebuilding, and hoping for things to get back to normal. Each person's story reflects a long history of settlement along the peninsula, from the close-knit Breezy Point community on the west end all the way to Far Rockaway on the east. The floodwaters united the disparate populations of the peninsula through shared trauma and struggle, yet as they receded and the clean-up dragged on, longstanding differences resurfaced."


Read the whole story HERE.


Eric Cahan interview for Grey Area

Grey Area has published an interview with Eric Cahan about his sculptures and process. Check it out HERE.


Laura McPhee featured on The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post recently published an article on Laura McPhee and her exhibit, River of No Return, at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, in Kansas City, MO.:


"Ms. McPhee admitted, "Story is first and foremost in my work." And that impulse, it seems, is a family trait. Her father, John McPhee, is a Pulitzer Prize winner and author of thirty-three books. His The Survival of The Bark Canoe is one of the best works in 20th century American literature. Two of Laura McPhee's sisters are novelists as well."


Read the whole story HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury featured in The New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Magazine has featured images by Matthew Pillsbury for their story Druids Take Manhattan, on the most recent "Manhattanhenge":


"It happens twice a year: before the sun sets, it hits a point just above the horizon for a few moments where its rays are in perfect alignment with the Manhattan grid and light up the buildings on both the north and south sides of the cross streets. Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the director of the Hayden Planetarium, says the phenomenon he calls “Manhattanhenge” — after Britain’s Stonehenge, where the sun aligns with the monoliths on the summer solstice — didn’t begin to catch on as a public viewing event until after 2002, when he published a photo taken on 34th Street. He says he is charmed by how thoroughly the city has embraced the phenomenon. “I’ll take any excuse to get people to look at the sky,” he says. “Especially New Yorkers.”


See the photos HERE.


Les Rencontres d'Arles online video with Simon Norfolk

Les Rencontres d'Arles has produced an online video with Simon Norfolk discussing his recent Prix Pictet commission.The Prix Pictet, founded in 2008 by the leading Swiss private bank, Pictet & Cie, is the world’s most prestigious prize in photography and sustainability. Its mission is to reveal outstanding photography applied to confront the most pressing social and environmental challenges of today. For each new cycle, the Prix Pictet adopts a different theme. This year Pictet & Cie chose to give the commission to photographer Simon Norfolk. The first public presentation of the photographs resulting from his fieldtrips to Afghanistan will be the grand finale of a special screening at the Théâtre Antique. The theme, finalists’ exhibition sites and the jury for the fifth Prix Pictet will also be announced during the evening. Simon Norfolk’s photographs for the Prix Pictet Commission will be exhibited at Somerset House in London in October 2013.


Watch the video (French dubbed) HERE.


Jehad Nga write up in this week's New Yorker

This week's New Yorker features a short write up on Jehad Nga's current exhibition at the gallery:


"The American photojournalist has done his most memorable work in Africa, where he spent part of his childhood. But his latest pictures, which were taken in Mali, aren’t news-related—instead, Nga is observing, more absorbed by atmosphere than by incident. The most interesting pictures hint at a narrative that remains tantalizingly open-ended: sandals and a transistor radio have been left by a woven rug in the sun; a dusty jeep and scattered military gear appear freshly abandoned; a spindly table holds a wooden box whose burned interior suggests a portal no one should enter. Through July 14."


See the listing HERE. And don't for get to come see the work, up until July 12th.


Simon Norfolk featured in The Financial Times

FT Magazine has run a feature story on Simon Norfolk called Prix Pictet: Simon Norfolk in Afghanistan




"In February, after winning the prestigious Prix Pictet Commission, the British photographer Simon Norfolk went to Bamyan Province in Afghanistan’s Central Highlands, where small farming communities battle against the harsh climate to eke out a living. His plan was to follow the cycle of the seasons for a year, from a frozen early spring through to the snows of winter, documenting the stages of flooding, irrigation, planting and harvest. These are his first cycles, taken from the same vantage points roughly six weeks apart."


See the whole story HERE.


Jehad Nga's current exhibition featured in The New Yorker

This weeks New Yorker features a story by Jon Lee Anderson and slide show including images from Jehad Nga's current Exhibition at the gallery "NEW WORK, MALI AND LIBYA"


See the whole story HERE.


David Leventi article in The Slate

The Slate's photography blog has a beautiful feature on David Leventi's work called "The Stunning Grandeur of the World’s Great Opera Houses"



“In a way, taking a photograph with an 8x10 camera is like performance art, there’s an act to it, so this idea of light and sound being very similar the way they interact … the idea of standing on center stage and being in all these opera houses where he could have performed if there wasn’t the war and all these other circumstances, communism, etc. … I guess you can say I’m living out our dreams.”


Read the whole story HERE.


Eric Cahan included in The Grey Area at the Guggenheim store

Eric Cahan joins a prestigious list of artists in The Grey Area at The Guggenheim store. Other artists include Barbara Kruger, Jasper Johns, Marilyn Minter, and Ryan McGinness.


Laura McPhee featured on Kansas City Public Radio

KCUR, Kansas City public radio has run a feature on Laura McPhee and her Exhibition River of No Return at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, called "Photographing The Grandeur Of The West":


"In a sense, McPhee says, it’s become her life’s work to "look at and understand the language of a place." She's photographed an urban park in New York and architecture in Calcutta, India. For the project in Idaho, a starting point was connecting to the history of her grandmother, a schoolteacher who traveled all over the West teaching miners’ children.


"Imagining her life and what that looked like, and trying to understand that in terms of 21st century reality fascinated me," says McPhee. "The past and the present being at work at the same time."


See the whole story HERE.


Eric Cahan featured in Wired magazine

Wired online has published a short feature on Eric Cahan called Polychromatic Filters Warp Skies and, Hopefully, Send You Back in Time:

“The way you remember [sunsets or sunrises] might not be as they actually were. They often become distorted in an ethereal way,” he says. “Put another way, I’m not a photojournalist trying to capture the sunset exactly as it was.”

Cahan says his work is influenced by the artist James Turrell, who some credit as the first person to isolate light as it’s own independent artwork. He is also famous for saying that light can become “a revelation in itself.”

See the whole story HERE.


Louis Stettner at the Centre Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou in Paris is currently exhibiting work by Louis Stettner as part of the museum's collections show. The room of Stettner's prints is set up next to the room of Picasso's work. As it should be.

Read more HERE.


Jeffrey Milstein featured in Huffington Post

The Huffington Post this week has published a feature and slide show of Jeffrey Milstein's airport images.

Read the article and see all the photos HERE.


Karine Laval, Altered States press

Karine Laval's current exhibition Altered States has been written up on Le Journal de la Photographie this week:

See the whole article HERE.


MUSE Magazine has also published a short review and pictures from the opening. Check them out HERE.


Come see the exhibition here at the gallery until Friday, May 24th.


Joseph Hoflehner exhibit at Ruzicsca Gallery

Nikolaus Ruzicsca Gallery in Salzburg is hosting an exhibit of new color work by Joseph Hoflehner. Patience will be on display from May 7th to June 22nd


For more information visit the gallery's website HERE


Laura McPhee: River of No Return, exhibition coming to The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City will be exhibiting Laura McPhee's River of No Return, May 17–September 22, 2013. For more information see the museum's website HERE


Matthew Pillsbury Monograph to be published by Aperture

The Aperture foundation will be publishing Matthew Pillsbury's first monograph. The book titled City Stages will be published soon:


"Over the past decade, Pillsbury has built several extensive bodies of work—Screen Lives, Hours, and City Stages—that deal with different facets of contemporary metropolitan life and the passage of time. Working with black-and-white 8-by-10 film and long exposures, Pillsbury captures a range of psychologically charged experiences in the urban environment, from isolation—tuned into the omnipresent screens of our tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests."


Order your copy HERE


Karine Laval featured in WAG Magazine

The May issue of WAG Magazine has an article on Karine Laval and the new exhibition here at the gallery:


"I see a parallel between the surface of the water and the surface of the computer screen and the way they contain light and movement. It therefore feels natural to me to use the computer screen in a similar manner I have used the surface of the water – as a distorting lens to generate images of transformed reality. Also, both water and the screen have a shimmering and seductive quality one can be drawn to. Most of these new works are abstract, but somehow they are still connected to the body and the notion of performance and materiality."


See the article HERE


Karine Laval exhibition featured in The Wall Street Internetional

Karine Laval's current show at the gallery is featured in The Wall Street International magazine this month:


See the article HERE


Bonni Benrubi Gallery featured in Art in America

The gallery is featured in Art in America this week in an article called AIPAD Photography Show: Top Ten:


"Twentieth-century and contemporary photography stalwart Bonni Benrubi Gallery does not disappoint with a striking, if too small, selection of French photographer Stephane Couturier's work. Even though Brasilia, Monument no. 1 (2007-08), from his Melting Point series, is not Couturier's strongest work, it nonetheless reflects his sharp sense of design, composition and color, and his lyrical, painterly ability to represent transformation."


See the article HERE


Gillian Laub Featured in The Slate

The Slate has a photo essay up this week by Gillian laub called On "Passover, Celebrating Life and Ritual in a Jewish Family."

Read the whole article and see the photos HERE


Laura McPhee featured in Le Journal de la Photographie

Laura McPhee's current exhibition, Desert Chronicle is the subject of a feature in Le Journal de la Photographie this week:


"This series of photographs reveals the sheer power of the ecosystem, with giant lines that the camera is unable to capture in their entirety. At first glance into the impressive darkness, the eye perceives a more fragile reality: the trees are stripped of their needles, knocked down and torn apart by the wind. We find this same ambiguity in a photograph of charred tree trunks, always placed firmly in a setting where the black stands out against the blurry plantlife."


Read the whole article and see the photos HERE


The Bonni Benrubi gallery is pleased to announce representation of Stephane Couturier

The gallery is excited to be representing the work of Stephane Couturier. In 1994, Stéphane Couturier showed the first works in a series called Urban Archaeology, viewing the city as a living organism. From 1999 onwards, Stéphane Couturier began to focus on mushrooming housing developments with his Monuments series. In 2002, the uniformity and repetitiveness of these landscapes around the world drove him to begin working on the series Landscaping, with polyptychs. With a new body of work called Melting Point, Couturier changed his visual approach. The technical and visual protocols put into play as a matter of fact obey a visual and deliberate conceptual orientation—to divert the documentary aspect of photography, to shift and transcend its narrative dimension, to question its reputation as beholder of truth.


Massimo Vitali featured in The New York Times Magazine

Massimo Vitali's new work from Brazil is the subject of a photo essay in The New York Times Magazine this week titled "Brazil Through the Lens of Massimo Vitali":


"Massimo Vitali first began taking pictures of crowds in 1994 and ever since has traveled the world documenting how and where people gather: picnickers in the Luxembourg Gardens, spectators at an air show in Viareggio, tourists massed on the Piazza San Marco. In the following pages, Vitali turns his camera on Brazil, moving, over the course of three weeks, from the urban density of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro to the empty sands of Brazil’s northeast.:



Read the whole article and see the photos HERE


Simon Norfolk Featured in the New York Times Magazine

Simon Norfolk is also featured in this weeks New York Times Magazine with a photo essay called "God's Light Show".



See all the images HERE


Simon Norfolk featured in The New Yorker

In this week’s issue of the The New Yorker, Nick Paumgarten writes about Spain’s economic collapse and includes images by Simon Norfolk:


"Simon Norfolk’s photographs present the stark reality of Spain’s economic collapse, conveying the sense of uncertainty and foreboding that sheaths not only this particular housing complex but also Spain’s economic future. “Everyone wanted this boom and prosperity to go on forever,” Norfolk said. “Everyone wanted to get rich doing nothing.”


Read the whole article and see the photos HERE


PAOLO PELLEGRIN receives a 2013 World Press Photo Award

Paolo Pellegrin has recieved the World Press Photo Award this year in General News, 2nd prize stories, for his series The Crescent:


"The area of Rochester, New York, USA, where these pictures were taken is part of the so-called 'Crescent', a moon-shaped area that runs across several city neighborhoods. Crime rates here are significantly higher than the rest of Rochester. The Crescent is home to 27 percent of the city's residents and 80 percent of the city's homicides. The causes of the burst of violence include the lagging upstate economy, a steady migration of residents to the suburbs, and a growing number of abandoned houses prone to become centers of drug sales and use. Rochester also has a school system that performs poorly. People inside the Crescent experience those problems in greater concentration."


See all the winners, and more from Pelligrin's series HERE


Laura McPhee featured in The Daily Mail

Laura McPhee's recent images are featured in The Daily Mail this week in a piece called: The desert brought to life: Gorgeous photographs show the harshest terrain in a beautiful light

See the article HERE


The Wall Street Journal review of Louis Stettner's current exhibition

Louis Stettner's current exhibition, The Masterpieces is featured in an artice in The Wall Street Journal this week:

"Place Saint-Augustin, l’inlassible pieton de Paris” (1993) demon- strates his ability to create signifi- cant images from casual elements; the upside-down reflection of a bare tree and the facade of a beaux-arts building in a puddle on the sidewalk is at the bottom of the picture, and the legs of a man taking a rapid stride are on top. The two parts are arranged on a diagonal and are somehow very satisfying."

Read the review HERE


Jehad Nga's Green Book series featured in le journal de la photographie

Le Journal de la Photographie is featuring an article on Jehad Nga's new series The Green Book:

"In this series, Jehad Nga technically applies to images the same treatment that Gaddafi inflicted on his people. The details of the process – an alteration of the binary essence of the image by integrating the text of the book in its code – are superfluous but lay the foundations for a distortion of reality via an alienation of the photographic grammar. It was legitimate to respond to Gaddafi’s Manichean vision with a binary system"

Read the complete story HERE


Matthew Pillsbury featured in The Daily Mail

Matthew Pillsbury'e City Stages images are the subject of a photo essay in The Daily Mail this week called A love letter to New York.

See the complete series HERE


Josef Hoflehner featured in The Wall Street Journal

Josef Hoflehner's book of Airplane photographs Jet Airliner (Most Press) is the subject of a short piece in The Wall Street Journal this month:

"Father-and-son photographers Josef and Jakob Hoflehner have an eye for comedy, capturing bikini-clad bystanders who appear oblivious and others annoyed by the way the swooping planes send sand and hair flying. Yet most of these folks seem to think this the most exciting thing they have seen all week. Families grab cameras, young men climb the airport fence to get ever-more-dangerously close, and swimmers in the sea turn toward the incoming plane like worshipers welcoming a god."

Read the full article HERE


Memorial article for Bonni Benrubi at 1st Dibs.com

Julie L. Belcove has written a nice story on Bonni and her legacy. Go to 1st Dibs HERE to read the article.


Matthew Pillsbury featured in The Slate

Matthew Pillsbury is the subject of a feature in The Slate.com's photo blog:Behold:

“In my own exploration of the city over the years, I’ve become both attached to some of its iconic places and structures such as the Brooklyn Bridge, but I’ve also taken a keen interest in the new additions, such as Jane’s Carousel and Brooklyn Bridge Park, that push the city to evolve while still reflecting its past. The extreme multiculturalism of New York City creates a heightened energy that few other cities possess, and its incredibly varied architecture mirrors that, creating a striking backdrop for my images.”

See the story HERE


The Bonni Benrubi gallery is pleased to announce representation of Lauren Semivan

The gallery is now representing the work of Detroit based artist lauren Semivan. Semivan's photos are beautiful, evocative images created by capturing staged scenes of drawing, scupture, portraiture and still life:

“Science is inherently experiential, as is art making. Knowing and feeling are not separate, and the whole of the environment can be used as a pedagogic instrument. Observatory elegantly draws upon a tension that exists between irrational and physical worlds. Within each image, ghosts of previous drawings create a sense of time suspended, evoking gesture, atmosphere and memory. Photographs allow me to access the extraordinary, to keep a record of dreams, and to employ the unknown.”

Visit the gallery to see prints of this exceptional work. Her website can also be seen HERE


Abelardo Morell in The New Yorker

Abelardo Morell's currnt show in the gallery, Rock Paper Scissors is featured in this week's New Yorker Magazine.

See the story HERE


Abelardo Morell Featured at Bloomberg.com

Abelardo Morell's current Exhibition, Rock Paper Scissors is featured this week on Bloomberg.com:

"For the works on view in the show “Rock Paper Scissors,” at Bonni Benrubi Gallery, the Boston-based artist uses a lightproof tent with a periscope as a camera obscura, capturing a view from outside the tent and blending it with the ground inside.
So his Golden Gate Bridge magically rests on what looks like a gray sky with green clouds but is actually arid ground with grassy patches.
“Depending on the quality of the surface terrain, these views can take on a variety of painterly effects,”

Read the story HERE


Time Lightbox posts Gillian Laub's Thanksgiving

Gillian Laub has documented her growing family for years, and this year Time Light Box has posted images from her recent Thanksgiving shoot.

"For as long as she can remember, Thanksgiving has been photographer Gillian Laub’s favorite holiday. “So many of my memories from childhood are around Thanksgiving because I have a huge family, and that was when everyone from all sides came together.” Ten years ago, Laub began photographing her family’s annual gatherings—which take place at Laub’s childhood home or her sister’s house in upstate New York—an experience she says has allowed her to watch her family grow up and record the process for posterity. “I really started photographing Thanksgiving because there’s something incredible about the time of the year,” Laub says. “The changing and transitioning of the seasons and the aging of my family members—there was something symbolic that I wanted to mark and document.”"

See the story HERE


Louis Stettner retrospective at The Bibliothèque Nationale de France

At the end of the year, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France will present a retrospective of Louis Stettner's career. The exhibition will run from December 11, 2012 to January 27, 2013.

David Guiraud, the curator, decided to focus on Stettner’s masterpieces, showing vintage prints of his most well-known photographs. From the famous "Enfants d'Aubervilliers" (1947) and “Twin Towers” (1977), seen in the fog with a bird rushing toward them, to a 1954 portrait of Manhattan as seen from Brooklyn, we see his humanistic and poetic vision, shrouded in lights of which he alone knew the secret.

Read more HERE and HERE.


Susannah Ray photos featured in The New York Times.com

The New York Times Lens blog has posted a story titled "Recalling the ‘Right Coast,’ Before the Storm" today, which features images from Susannah Ray's Right Coast series:

"There is something a little elegiac for me to look a those pictures,” she said last week, as plumbers fixed the heat and hot water systems in her home, which had flooded to the basement ceiling. “These photos were never intended to glorify surfing. Now they’re about saying this is another community that has been disrupted, maybe even irreparably damaged by the force of the waves. These pictures were a kind of love song to the Rockaways. Now, they’re almost like a dirge."

See the whole story HERE.


Internet Roundup: Abelardo Morell, Rock Paper Scissors

Read what the various art and photography blogs have to say about Abelardo Morell's current exhibition at the gallery:


DLK COLLECTION.


AIPAD.


CUBAN ART NEWS.


THE TWO PERCENT.


And have a look at this video that shows Morell shooting the Golden Gate Bridge last year .


Karine Laval image in the New Yorker

This week's issue of The New Yorker features a story by David Gilbert called Member / Guest which is illustrated with Poolscape 90 by Karine Laval

You can access the digital version of The New Yorker HERE.


Abelardo Morell feature in New York Photo Review

Abelardo Morell's current exhibition Rock Paper Scissors is featured in The New York Photo Review this week:

"Using an elaborate tent set-up to project images onto the ground in order to photograph them, Morell essentially works around digital photography’s inability to do double exposure well, if at all. All the color work shown at Bonni Benrubi has something of interest to offer, with the most intriguing suggesting earth drawings on the order of the Nazca lines in Peru. All of them have a textural quality, both tactile and mysterious, which gives one the feeling of looking through a window on a particularly windy day. Along with their generally muted colors, they suggest old postcards and hand painted prints."

Read the full review HERE.


Simon Norfolk receives the Power Commission from The Prix Pictet Awards

Congratulations to Luc Delahaye on winning the Fourth Prix Pictet award this year. Also awarded this year was Simon Norfolk who received the Power Commission to work in Afghanastan with Medair’s Afghan and international staff.

“He has been described as ‘the leading documentary photographer of our time’ and, on behalf of the Partners of Pictet, I am delighted to be able to award the Commission project to Simon Norfolk,” said Jacques de Saussure, Senior partner of Pictet & Cie, who awarded the Prix Pictet Commission. “This is especially appropriate because for the Commission this year we will invite the chosen photographer to visit Afghanistan and Simon’s experience of working in the region makes him in many ways the ideal choice.”

Read more HERE.


Christopher Payne interview on Urban Omnibus

Urban Omnibus, a project of the Architectural League of New York, is featuring an interview with Chris Payne on their website:

"Out of the Asylum project I developed an interest in manufacturing. The hospital complexes were meant to be self-sufficient, so making things was a significant component of daily life. That spoke to me, because it’s something we don’t really see nowadays. We tend not to know where the things we consume come from. But go to these state hospitals, and there’s the dairy farm, there’s the farm, there’s where they made the shoes and clothes, and that’s the power plant and that’s the sewage treatment plant. It was all right there. And thinking about how the patients made all of these things helped shed a better light on the institutions."

Read the entire interview HERE.


Jehad Nga's new series featured in Time Lightbox

The Green Project, a new series by Jehad Nga, is featured in a short essay and slideshow in Time Lightbox:

"Once the images were captured, I wanted to further explore the meaning of my action. I first reduced each image to its most basic structure, binary code, which singled it out from the other billion bits of data shooting through the sky. This conversion exposed each image’s digital “cell structure”—millions of algorithms mathematically, miraculously unified to produce something of beauty. Code is built in layers, each with a metaphor constructed by its programmer to enact and describe its behavior. Reducing an image to pure binary data strips it of any individual identity, any protection, and any premise."


Read the whole story HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury work included in group show at Nelson-Atkins museum

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of art in Kansas City is hosting a group show entitled Cabinet of Curiosities which features work by Matthew Pillsbury. The exhibition runs from September 12, 2012–February 10, 2013.

Find out more HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin exhibition at Galerie Italienne in Paris

Galerie Italienne in collaberation with Magnum Gallery is presenting an exhibition of new work by Paolo Pellegrin.

The exhibition opens September 18th at Galerie Italienne in Paris, and runs until October 13. Find out more HERE.


Corinne Botz exhibition at The Alice Austen House

The Alice Austen House Museum in Staton Island NY will be hosting an exhibition of Corienne Botz's Haunted House series from Septenber 22 to December 30th.

Read more about the museum and the exhibition HERE.


A Conversation with Kathy Ryan and Abelardo Morell

The Aperture Foundation is presenting a conversation with Abelardo Morell and New York Times photo editor Kathy Ryan. The event will take place at Festival Hall on the Navy Pier in Chicago on Saturday September 22nd at 10:30am. The conversation will center around the Aperture book The New York Times Magazine Photographs

For More information, go to the Aperture Foundation's website HERE.


Jehad Nga images featured in the New York Times

The New York Times recently published a story of the drought in Kenya that features documentary photos taken by Jehad Nga.

See them all and read the story HERE.


Chris Payne in the Wall Street Journal

Christopher Payne's current show One Steinway Place is the subject of a short review by William Meyers in the latest Wall Street Journal:

"Mr. Payne is fascinated by the shapes of the various parts of the pianos. "Piano Rims in Conditioning Room" (2012) looks down an immense corridor made of the rims placed side by side with their rounded end up; the curves on the right side line up rhythmically down the aisle."

Read the whole article HERE.


Louis Stettner Retrospective at The Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris

The Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris will be hosting a retrospective of Louis Stettner's work from the 11th of December 2012, to the 27th of January 2013

Find out more HERE.


PAOLO PELLEGRIN Featured in The New Yorker

The latest issue of The New Yorker includes a feature and slide show of Paolo Pellegrin images.

Check it out HERE.


Simon Norfolk in the new issue of Aperture

The latest issue of Aperture magazine contains a series of articles called This Thing Called War and These People Called Photographers, which includes Simon Norfolk in conversation with Anne Wilkes Tucker, Will Michels, and Natalie Zelt.

Get your copy HERE.


Susannah Ray featured in Lenscratch photo blog

Lenscratch photo blog has a feature on Susannah Ray this week:

"Surf culture is usually associated with the West Coast. Our visions of the Beach Boys and Gidget inform our imaginations, as do sunny skies and palm trees, but photographer Susannah Ray sees surfing a little differently. Shot on the "right coast", there is a intensity and unique perspective about surfing in the proximity of New York City, especially in the winter."

Read the whole article HERE.


Karine Laval included in 31 Women in Art Photography group show

Humble Arts Foundation, in association with Hasted Kraeutler, is exhibiting its third, biennial edition of 31 Women in Art Photography. 31, curated by Natalia Sacasa and Jon Feinstein, celebrates thirty-one of the most innovative women in new art photography. The show features Poolscape 57 by Karine Laval as well as work by Alma Leiva, Aneta Bartos, Camino Laguillo, Caroline Burghardt, Catrin Andersson, Erin O’Keefe, Gabriela Herman, Giulia Ranchetti, Haley Bueschlen, Jan Meissner, Jane Fulton Alt, Jennifer Greenburg, Katarzyna Majak, Katherine di Turi, Laura Bell, Lauren Marsolier, Lois Conner, Lourdes Jeannette, Lydia Anne McCarthy, Mara Bodis-Wolner, Marget Long, Melissa Steckbauer, Miriam Romais, Monika Sziladi, Rachel Stern, Robyn Cumming, Susan Barnett, Susan Morelock, Tricia Lawless Murray, Wendy Given. The exhibition is shown at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery and continues through August 17, 2012.

Read more about the show HERE.


Chris Payne featured in The Huffington Post

Chris Payne's current exhibition One Steinway Place is the subject of a feature in the Huffington Post called 'One Steinway Place': The Year-Long Process Of Crafting A Steinway Piano:

"By looking intently at the step-by-step process of constructing a piano, Payne offers a portrait of the craftsmanship that animates wood into sinuous curves, steel into pulsating string, felt into hammer, and ivory that responds to minute gradations of human touch."

Read the entire story HERE.


Vanessa Atlan's Wonderland Stereo featured on Le Journal de la Photographie

Vanessa Atlan's Wonderland Stereo series is featured in this week's Le Journal de la Photographie:

"A mise-en-abîme of pop culture, this fake label plays with the rules of the genre, working both as an homage and a parody. The artist offers reflections on the star system, this machine that transforms miserable lives into fabulous epics overnight, and the almost narcotic power of the codified representations that make for the beauty and mythology of rock. A total work of art, Wonderland Stereo reminds us of the fundamental role played by the imagination in all creative processes. It can create entire fictional lives from scratch. This is a plausible world, where the border between fiction and reality is constantly pushed."

Read the entire story HERE.


Chris Payne featured in Elle Magazine

Raquel Laneri has written a full length feature in Elle Magazine this month about Chris Payne's current exhibition at the gallery:

"Payne is obsessed with craftsmanship. A trained architect, his interest in how buildings, objects, and, on a grander scale, societies are put together and function drives his photographic work: series on mental asylums, deserted communities, and textile factories. "One Steinway Place" pulls apart the engineering and artistry that go into making a piano: the bandaged hands that pull the piano strings through its body; the elderly man applying varnish with his paintbrush; the hammers and jagged pieces of metal and accordion-like machinery that do who knows what. But unlike his previous photo series, which eulogized the abandoned or forgotten, "One Steinway Place" is pulsing with life. "I’d like to think I’m moving in a direction where I’m celebrating what’s happening now as opposed to just looking in the past," says Payne."

Read the entire story HERE.


Chris Payne featured in The New Yorker

Chris Payne's current exhibition One Steinway Place is featured on The New Yorker.com.

You can read the article HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury news

Many exciting things happening for Matthew Pillsbury:

-THE GAMES, Inspiring Images is a group show at Lens on Twelve gallery in London running from July 18th to September 9th. The exhibition features a varient of Matthew's Diplodocus from the Natural History Museum in London. For more information click HERE.

-Portrayal/Betrayal is a group show of portraiture which features Allison & Matthew Pillsbury, Sunday March 14th, 2004, and is currently showing at The Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Read about that show HERE.

-and finally, Matthew was interviewed by CNN for a story about the SVA alumni show, Myths and Realities, opening August 29th. Read the entire story HERE.


Karine Laval featured in FLUOR Magazine

Issue #3 of Fluor magazine is out now featuring Poolscape #51 by Karine Laval on the cover.


Matthew Pillsbury featured in Eyemazing Magazine

Eyemazing Magazine's Summer 2012 issue is out now with a full length feature on Matthew Pillsbury!

See the issue online HERE.


Karine Laval News

Many exciting things happening for Karine Laval these days:

-POOLS 2: Kelly Klein selected 2 of Laval's Poolscapes images to be part of her new book Pools2, published by Rizzoli and to be released this fall.

-Laval was also selected by the Humble Arts Foundation to participate in the third, biennial edition of 31 Women in Art Photography, taking place this summer at Hasted Kraeutler July 25th – August 17, 2012. The other artists selected this year are: Alma Leiva, Aneta Bartos, Camino Laguillo, Caroline Burghardt, Catrin Andersson, Erin O’Keefe, Gabriela Herman, Giulia Ranchetti, Haley Bueschlen, Jan Meissner, Jane Fulton Alt, Jennifer Greenburg, Katarzyna Majak, Katherine di Turi, Laura Bell, Lauren Marsolier, Lois Conner, Lourdes Jeannette, Lydia Anne McCarthy, Mara Bodis-Wolner, Marget Long, Melissa Steckbauer, Miriam Romais, Monika Sziladi, Rachel Stern, Robyn Cumming, Susan Barnett, Susan Morelock, Tricia Lawless Murray and Wendy Given.

-and finally, she was commissioned by the New York Center for Art and Media Studies (NYCAMS) to produce an installation piece for the exhibition [On Silence] in conjunction with the Chelsea Music Festival and the Centennial of John Cage. The show will take place at NYCAMS from June 14-26. More info HERE.


Abelardo Morell featured in The New York Times

Abelardo Morell's recent images of the Golden Gate Bridge are featued in a New York Times story about the Bridge's anniversary. “International Orange,” is a show made up of site-specific projects by 16 artists commissioned for the bridge’s 75th anniversary. Installed in and around Fort Point, the Civil War-era military stronghold that anchors the San Francisco side of the bridge, the show runs through Oct. 28.

Read the entire article HERE.


Karine Laval featured in Fantom Editions

A series of Karine Laval's photographs are featured in the latest issue of FANTOM PHOTOGRAPHIC QUARTERLY. ISSUE 09/SPRING 2012 is on news stands now, or you can read it online HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin work in magnum Gallery group show.

Magnum Gallery's current group show, TROUBLE features work by Paolo Pellegrin, as well as Micha Bar Am, Cornell Capa, Antoine D'Agata, Raymond Depardon, Leonard Freed, Burt Glinn, Moises Saman, Chris Steele-Perkins, Larry Towell, Alex Webb and Donovan Wylie.

The exhibition will run from May 12th to June 16th, 2012. Read more HERE.


Abelardo Morell featured in The San Francisco Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle has featured a story on Abelardo Morell and his new images of The Golden gate Bridge:

"It's really an old-fashioned idea of using light projected in a camera obscura way," says Morell, who came out from his suburban Boston studio on a blustery weekend in April. His mission was to make three oversize prints to enhance his installation "Vertigo," which involves a working camera obscura set up inside Fort Point.

The location he has chosen for his shoot is above the fort at East Battery. He arrives directly from the airport as the western winds are still clearing the skies of a thunderstorm. The tent is a white geodesic dome with black lining that keeps it dark inside. To give the image depth and mystery Morell scatters rocks and debris on the tent floor.

"The effect is kind of a naturally made surrealism," he says.


Read the whole article HERE.


Abelardo Morell and Doug Hall participate in the International Orange Festival

The FOR-SITE Foundation and International Orange will celebrate The Golden Gate Bridge's 75th Anniversary next Thursday, May 24th.
Tickets for the International Orange Premiere Party are still available - online at international-orange.org.

Named for the unique paint color of the span, International Orange offers fresh perspectives on an enduring landmark. As one of the signature events celebrating the 75th anniversary of the bridge, fifteen leading artists from the Bay Area and around the world will create on-site installations responding to the bridge as an icon, historic structure, and conceptual inspiration.


Contributing artists include Anandamayi Arnold, Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood, Bill Fontana, Andy Freeberg, Doug Hall, Courtney Lain, David Liittschwager,
Abelardo Morell, Cornelia Parker, Kate Pocrass, Jeannene Przyblyski,
Allison Smith, Stephanie Syjuco, Camille Utterback, and Pae White.


International Orange is organized by the FOR-SITE Foundation in partnership
with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service. This unprecedented exhibition is in honor of the Golden Gate Bridge's
75th Anniversary and will open on Memorial Day weekend in conjunction with the citywide anniversary celebration.

See Doug Hall discuss his two channel video installation, Chrysopylae HERE.


DAVID LEVENTI featured in American Photography 28 / Exhibition in Moscow

David Leventi's photographs are part of the selections on AI / AP 28.

See them all HERE.

Leventi's TWA Terminal images that he shot for The New York Times Magazine have been selected for the PDN Photo Annual 2012 as well.

And finally, Leventi's PORTRAITS OF THEATRES exhibition has opened in Moscow:


Portraits of Theatres’ Exhibition by David Leventi, opening 14th May, 2012

As part of the Cherry Forest Festival 2012 taking place from 27th of April - 31st of May, the exhibition ‘Portraits of Theatres’ will be displayed in Petrovsky Passage.

The exhibition is dedicated to the work of celebrated photographer David Leventi, known for his work The New York Times, Cartier and Condé Nast Traveler – through his images, visitors will be able to glimpse inside the glamorous interiors of world-famous opera houses.

Read more HERE.


Massimo Vitali image portfolio in Vanity Fair

This month's Vanity Fair features an image portfolio of Massimo Vitali's work called In Full View: Massimo Vitali’s Italy:


"From historic piazzas to local swimming holes, photographer Massimo Vitali has long used his camera as a tool for social research—studying what happens when people come together in public places. Working with large-format cameras since 1993, Vitali observes his subjects from a distance, capturing their unguarded interactions with their environment and one another in extraordinary detail. The results of his globe-trotting projects have been exhibited worldwide and showcased in the books Landscape and Figures and Natural Habitats, both published by Steidl, as well as in V.F.’s May issue.


See the entire feature HERE.


Christopher Payne photographs in the New York Times Magazine

Chris Payne's photographs of the Steinway factory in Astoria, Queens are featured in The New York Times magazine for a story called The Steinway Way:


"Nothing enters the Steinway factory in Astoria, Queens, looking anything like a piano. The wood, for example, is just lumber, before it is shaped into the rim of the instrument. Assembling the pianos takes months, with a lot of waiting between steps so that the wood can be conditioned properly. Near the end of the process, each piano is wheeled into the ‘‘pounding room,’’ where 88 rubber fingers play the instrument for hours, breaking in the piano and exposing any problems or weaknesses..."


See all the pictures HERE.


Gillian Laub portraits featured in TIME Magazine

Time Magazine's current cover story The 100 Most Influential People in the World features portraits by Gillian Laub of Louis C.K., Chelsea Handler, Ai-Jen Poo, Matt Lauer, and Stephen Colbert.

Read the entire story HERE.


Gillian's work can also be seen this week in New York Magazine. Read that article HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin featured in Magnum Gallery's MAQUETTES DE PHOTOGRAPHE Exhibition

To celebrate the Photobook Festival Kassel, hosted for the first time in Paris at Le Bal, Magnum Gallery will be presenting an exhibition of book dummies by Magnum photographers from April 20 - June 5, 2012.

Included in the exhibition will be books by Josef Koudelka, Jim Goldberg, Mark Power, Donovan Wylie, Alec Soth, David Alan Harvey, Marc Riboud, Patrick Zachmann, Paolo Pellegrin, Larry Towell, Thomas Dworzak, Harry Gruyaert, and Bruce Gilden,

Read more HERE.



Paolo Pellegrin Exhibition at The Maison Europeene de la Photo in Paris

The Maison Europeene de la Photo in Paris is hosting an exhibition of Paolo Pellegrin prints until June 17th:

This exhibition, the first major retrospective on the work of Paolo Pellegrin, was presented at the Fondazione Forma, Milan, in 2011. It features some 200 prints from photographic series and reportage work including: Cambodia (1998), Kosovo (1999-2001), Iraq (2003), Darfur (2004), Palestine/West Bank (2002-2004), Hurricane Katrina (2005), the Tsunami (2005), Gaza (2005), Haiti (1995-2010), Afghanistan and Lebanon (2006), and Iran (2009). All represent essential phases in Pellegrin's journalistic career, and reflect a worldview founded on both passion and talent.
The exhibition title, Dies iræ ( 'day of wrath' in Latin), is that of a partially apocalyptic poem that used to be sung in requiem masses. Written in Latin on the subject of God's wrath on Judgment Day, the poem talks of the return of Christ and the summoning of God's creatures before His throne so that their actions may be judged.

Read more HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury and Abelardo Morell named as finalists in the 2012 SPD awards.

The Society of Publication Designers have announced the finalists for their 47th annual awards. Among those listed are Matthew Pillsbury in the catagories "Photo: Entire Issue" for New York Magazine's Reasons to Love New York; "Photo: Feature, News / Reportage" for New York magazine's Zuccotti Park; and "Photo: Feature, Travel / Food / Still Life" for New York Magaine's High Line. Also named is Abelardo Morell in the catagory "Photo: Feature, News / Reportage" for National Geographic's Rooms With a View.

Read the entire list HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury's current exhibition featured in The New York Times

Matthew Pillsbury's current exhibition City Stages is the subject of a New York Times article by Clinton Cargill titled "Matthew Pillsbury’s New York Stages":

"Pillsbury’s photographs, taken with a large-format camera using long exposures, track the way we occupy these spaces over time, so that rather than being pictures of landmarks, they reflect the blurred residue of lived experience. In a photograph from the Big Apple Circus, we see the traces of a contortionist’s performance, but also the subtle movements of the audience members as they watch. In a photograph taken from the press riser at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, the swarming crowds lining the street are as important as the floats gliding through the frame."

Read the entire article HERE.


Paolo Pellegrin and Simon Norfolk receive 2012 World Press Photo awards

Among the winners of this year's World Press Photo awards are Paolo Pellegrin and Simon Norfolk. Pellegrin received an award in the General News catagory for his images of the Tsunami Aftermath, and Norfolk in the catagory of Portraits for his series from the Burke and Norfolk show.

See the complete list of winners HERE.


Abelardo Morell featured in Focus Magazine

The latest issue of Focus Magazine features a lengthly interview with Abelardo Morell:

"It dawned on me that it might be interesting to try to make a
picture inside that huge camera. I had no idea how to do it technically.
I converted our living room into a camera obscura—with a hole
[cut into one of the window coverings]—and we could see inside
the room what the upside-down image [from the outside] was. The
trick was to figure out how to make an exposure inside such a room.
My first experiences were failures, because I thought, I’ll do a fiveminute
exposure, then run down to the darkroom to develop it—and it
was blank. OK, then half an hour—blank. Two hours, and there were
just the beginning of highlights. Anyway, it took me half a summer to
figure out that for the pictures I was making at that time, an exposure
of about eight hours was required..."


Rena Bass Forman (1954 - 2011)

It is with great sadness that we announce one of our favorite artists, Rena Bass Forman passed away at 57 years of age on November 27th, 2011.

Official obituary below:

Rena Bass Forman, 57, died on November 27, 2011 from complications of a malignant brain tumor.

Born on March 17, 1954, she was the only child of Anne Loewy Bass, a holocaust survivor and Milton Bass, a garment business owner in Manhattan. She grew up in New York City, studying ballet with George Balanchine. Rheumatoid arthritis ended her career. She attended Hofstra University and Rutgers University, earning a Master’s degree in Arts in Education.

In 1978, Rena married Scott Forman. They moved to Massachusetts in 1981 where she worked at the DeCordova Museum for two years. She began to photograph landscapes in 1978. Several of her hand- painted photographs were published in various treatises on the topic. She began shooting medium format black and white, gelatin silver, sepia-toned photographs in the late 1980?s.

She traveled the globe in search of inspiring landscapes. Her bodies of work include images from locales as diverse as the American Southwest, Turkey, Indonesia and Chilean Patagonia to Atlantic Canada, Iceland, Greenland and the Norwegian Archipelago of Svalbard. Her work has been shown and collected widely throughout the United States and Europe.

It is imbued with the timeless atmosphere of diverse and endangered landscapes.

She is survived by her husband, Scott Forman, MD of Piermont, New York, two daughters, Zaria of Brooklyn, Leila, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and her father, Milton Bass of Tamarac, Florida.


SIMON NORFOLK AT THE MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN ANTWERP "IMAGING HISTORY", OPENING RECEPTION FEBRUARY 16TH

Simon Norfolk will be included in a group exhibition at The Museum of Photography in Antwerp from Feb. 17th to March 6th.
The exhibition titled Imaging History will include works by: Shimon Attie, Sally Mann, Bart Michiels, Simon Norfolk, Taryn Simon, Bruno Vandermeulen and Danny Veys


"Norfolk's new work looks at what happens when you add half a trillion US war dollars to an impoverished and broken country such as Afghanistan. Very loosely re-photographic in nature, the work is presented as an artistic collaboration between Burke and Norfolk. It features photographs by Burke never before published as well as Norfolk's new pictures from Kabul and Helmand..."

Find out more HERE.


Massimo Vitali work included in: Peripheral Visions: Italian Photography in Context, 1950s-Present

Massimo Vitali is currently included in a group show at Hunter College called: Peripheral Visions: Italian Photography in Context, 1950s-Present Curated by Maria Antonella Pelizzari. The exhibition showcases the works of several major Italian photographers and will be on view at The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College.
Hunter West Building at the southwest corner of 68th & Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Find out more HERE.


Massimo Vitali, Arcadian Remains, a Critic's Pick in this month's Artforum.

Chloe Rossetti has a review of Massimo Vitali's current exhibition in the latest issue of Artforum:

"...The scale of the coastlines in Vitali’s enormous, saturated C-prints dwarf their fleshy inhabitants, creating a Where’s Waldo–type effect; a patient viewer is handsomely rewarded with a smorgasbord of candid moments between unknowing participants. The prints line the walls of the gallery on all sides, encircling a seating area that invites a leisurely look. It takes time to pick out what one might consider to be the “stars” of these scenes. In Les Catedrales, Low Tide, 2011, for example, a row of four intertwined visitors walk away from the knotted crowd, turning their backs on a pristine sea—three are dressed in identical white, flanked by an individual in a blood-red shirt. In Porto Miggiano, 2011, a white-haired man in neon-blue swimming trunks squats awkwardly on a rock. An inflatable blue mattress leans precariously on a nearby outcropping, out of place in the flesh-and-limestone landscape."

Read the entire review HERE.


Abelardo Morell retrospective planned for next year

The Art Institute of Chicago is currently organizing a retrospective exhibition of Abelardo Morell’s photographs to open in 2013. Along with the AIC, the exhibition will also be held at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, and at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

Watch the Art Institute of Chicago's website for more information as it becomes available.


Massimo Vitali feature in Paper Mag

Massimo Vitali's current show Arcadian Remains is featured in an article called "Escape The Winter Blues With Massimo Vitali" in the latest issue of Paper Mag:

"we strongly suggest you beat the early-winter blues by stopping by for an exhibit of Massimo Vitali's amazing, large-scale photographs of crowds of people in resort-y settings throughout Italy, Turkey and Germany. His bird's-eye photos of pastel-clad vacationers are so pitch-perfect that they seem like they've been meticulously choreographed. Check out a selection above, and stop by the store (50 Howard St.), or Bonni Benrubi Gallery (41 E. 57th St.), who are presenting a concurrent exhibition, "Arcadian Remains."

Read the entire article HERE.


Massimo Vitali's new show in Forbes magazine

Massimo Vitali's current show Arcadian Remains is featured in an article called "Massimo Vitali's Gorgeous, Peopled Landscapes" in the latest issue of Forbes Magazine:

"I think no matter what people do, no matter what they try to do to nature or to monuments, humans are terribly small and terribly fragile compared to what is around us,” says the 67-year-old photographer.

Read the entire article HERE.


Massimo Vitali feature in La Lettre

Massimo Vitali's current Exhibition Arcadian Remains is featured in the January 1st installment of La Lettre, De La Photographie.com:

"From his vantage point high above the scene, Massimo Vitali captures groups in vast public spaces and exposes human behavior at it?s most primitive and stripped down. We experience the quiet chaos of play and leisure, the realism of the photograph as a document and the surrealism of his extraordinary views.

Read the entire article HERE.


Louis Stettner featured in The Guardian / Observer

An article by Peter Conrad in the Guardian UK titled Cecil Beaton: The New York Years; The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, 1936-1951 discusses Louis Stettner's photographs in a new exhibition at The Jewish Museum in New York:

"The Photo League show has an ironic commentary on this mercenary declaration: in Louis Stettner's Coming to America, a Jewish immigrant and his child, swaddled in blankets, huddle on the deck of a ship, buffeted by gales as they stare at a flailing wintry ocean. The promised land is nowhere to be seen."

Read the entire article HERE.


Simon Norfolk review in Artforum

Simon Norfolk's most recent exhibition, Burke and Norfolk was reviewed by Brian Sholis in the January 2012 issue of Artforum:

"Simon Norfolk might be called a war-landscape photographer. He focuses on not only battles and resultant refugee crises but also the technological infrastructure that underpins conflict and the arenas in which those conflicts play out..."

Read the full review in Artforum Magazine now on sale.


Matthew Pillsbury images in New York Magazine

Photos by Matthew Pillsbury are featured in the latest issue of New York Magazine. The "Reasons To Love New York Right Now" issue is on newsstands now.

See the images and read the article HERE.


David Leventi featured in ESPN The Magazine

Images of sports arenas by David Leventi are featured in a photo essay titled Grand Stands in this week's ESPN, The Magazine.


See the entire article HERE.


Matthew Pillsbury images in The New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Magazine this week features images by Matthew Pillsbury in an article about Jane's Carousel, a restored 1920's era carousel on the Brooklyn waterfront.

Read the entire article HERE.


Jeffrey Milstein's “AirCraft: The Jet as Art” Opens at the National Air and Space Museum

"AirCraft: The Jet as Art" opens at the National Air and Space Museum Nov. 25 and will be on display for one year. The exhibition will feature 33 super-sized photographic archival-pigment prints that transform aviation technology into fine art.

A photographer and pilot, Jeffrey Milstein captures speeding aircraft as they are about to land and creates crisp images that highlight the design, color and symmetry of his subjects. Milstein uses photographic post-processing techniques and neutral backgrounds to focus attention on the elegance, colors and form of each aircraft. The aircraft with their spread wings evoke the human form or that of birds or insects.

"Milstein’s photographs of frozen moments evoke speed, technology and the excitement of flight," said Carolyn Russo, curator of the exhibition. "The enormity of the images seems to pull you into the air, as though you are going along for the ride. Collectively, Milstein’s jets are a photographic typology and part of an important trend in contemporary photography."

Jeffrey Milstein will be in the gallery from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25, signing the AirCraft: the Jet as Art book published by Harry N. Abrams.

The National Air and Space Museum building on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is located at Sixth Street and Independence Avenue S.W. The museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is located in Chantilly, Va., near Washington Dulles International Airport. Both facilities are open daily from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. (closed Dec. 25). Admission is free, but there is a $15 fee for parking at the Udvar-Hazy Center.


Simon Norfolk: Burke + Norfolk featured in The Wall Street Journal

The gallery's current exhibition, Simon Norfolk: Burke + Norfolk has been featured in a Wall Street Journal article called A Teacher, a Student and Three Books, with Lisette Model and Lars Tunbjörk:


...Simon Norfolk (b. 1963) is a British photojournalist famed for his pictures of the war in Afghanistan. John Burke (1843-1900) was an Irishman who photographed the Second Anglo-Afghan War, 1878-1880. When Mr. Norfolk returned to Afghanistan last year after a decade's absence, he drew upon his study of Burke's 19th-century pictures for his new work...


Read the entire article HERE.


David Leventi in Financial Times Weekend Magazine

David Leventi is featured in a Financial Times cover story this week about opera houses:

"It was a moment I will never forget. “This is the Callas spot,” said Riccardo Muti, at that time music director of La Scala, Milan’s opera house. He was indicating a precise point near the front of the stage, a few feet right of centre, where Maria Callas invariably took up position during performances there. The legendary diva reckoned it was the optimal place for projecting her voice during an aria. Woe betide anyone who got in the way...."

Read the complete article HERE.


Gillian Laub feature in Time | Light Box

Gillian Laub's images of the Tel Aviv Beach have been featured in Time Magazine's Light Box

"Every Jew has two requests of God: a place in paradise in the next world, and a place on the Tel Aviv beach in this world,” wrote Sholem Asch, the Polish-born novelist, in 1937. Stretching five kilometers from its southern tip at the old port city of Jaffa to the new cluster of high rise hotels and condos at its northern end, Tel Aviv’s beach (or Tayelet as it’s called in Hebrew) probably looked a little different in Asch’s day. But I think of him as part of a long legacy of both travelers and natives who have sought refuge in those sands from Israel’s political dramas, which can gush like a Texas oil well. At the beach, I discovered Israel in all its vitality, without the conflict."



Laura McPhee reviewed in the Boston Globe

Laura McPhee's Something About Love exhibition at Carroll And Sons Gallery in Boston was reviewed by Cate McQuaid in The Boston Globe:


"In “Something About Love,’’ McPhee’s new show at Carroll and Sons, she follows her own daughter, Isobel, into her teens, and occasionally shoots other family members. The artist has concocted a visual ambrosia of wild hues, fervid blossoms, and pouty lips. Each piece is collaborative, representing both the artist’s perspective and her subject’s projection, shifting even within one work; each is a montage..."

Read the complete article HERE.


SIMON NORFOLK featured in Design Arts Daily

Simon Norfolk has been featured in the September 16th issue of Design Arts Daily, in a feature article entitled Simon Norfolk, A Tale Of Two Cities

"Simon Norfolk has been studying war for much of his career, in places like Rwanda, Bosnia, Iraq, Lebanon – and most recently, in Afghanistan. In a presentation on Wednesday at Aperture, Norfolk talked about his shift away from photojournalism, saying that he had become enraged by the prosecution of the Gulf War and didn’t want his images, in which his perception and opinion are integral, to be offered as illustrations for newspaper articles with which he might strongly disagree..."

Read the complete article HERE.

Our current exhibition of Norfolk's photographs, Burke + Norfolk is on view at the gallery through December 3rd.


Simon Norfolk's Burke + Norfolk exhibition featured in The New Yorker

The current exhibition from Simon Norfolk, Burke + Norfolk, has been reviewed in the September 19th issue of The New Yorker.


"...Although Norfolk remains skeptical about the war’s imperialist roots, he borrows Burke’s formal group-portrait style for sepia-toned pictures of musicians, female skateboarders, a local airline crew, the Afghan Women’s National Basketball Squad, and other indicators of progress."

-The New Yorker


Read More at The NewYorker.com


Simon Norfolk Featured in the New York Times Magazine

"Late last year, Simon Norfolk traveled to Afghanistan to retrace the footsteps of John Burke, a war photographer who once covered much of the same ground. Their work is being presented together this spring, at the Tate Modern in London, as an “artistic collaboration.”

“It’s just that one of us is dead,” Mr. Norfolk said.

And has been for quite some time."




For the full blog posting, please visit the New York Times Magazine Blog 'Lens'

A Collaboration Across 130 Years: Simon Norfolk Retraces the Footsteps of John Burke


Laura McPhee's exhibition, River Of No Return to open at the Russell Hill Rogers Galleries Thursday September 29, 2011

Laura McPhee, River Of No Return, September 1 - November 20, 2011.

Russell Hill Rogers Galleries, Navarro Campus. Southwest School Of Art - 1201 Navarro Street. San Antonio, TX 78205

Visit the Southwest School Of Arts website for more information.


"Laura McPhee's series of monumental photographs explore the dillemmas of landscape and land use, and challenge us to consider our relationship to nature. For two years, as an Alturas Foundation artist-in-residence, McPhee traversed Idaho's remote Sawtooth Valley with her view camera, capturing images in breathtaking clarity."


SIMON NORFOLK and MERRY ALPERN featured in EXPOSED at Fundación Canal, in Madrid

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that two gallery artists, Simon Norfolk and Merry Alpern, will be featured in the exhibition EXPOSED at the Fundación Canal, in Madrid (formerly on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Tate Modern).

"Exposed offers a fascinating look at pictures made on the sly, without the explicit permission of the people depicted. With photographs from the late nineteenth century to present day, the pictures present a shocking, illuminating and witty perspective on iconic and taboo subjects."

Merry Alpern is featured in two of the five thematic sections of the exhibition with work from her Dirty Windows series included in Voyeurism and Desire, while work from her Shopping series is included in the Surveillance section of the exhibition. Simon Norfolk is likewise featured in Surveillance.

The exhibition will be on view from October 26th 2011 running till January 8th 2012.


KARINE LAVAL featured in French publications

Karine Laval has two new features in the French press. One long feature in MUZE about New York and 9/11 as experienced by 3 artists, along with Mitch Epstein and Siri Hustvedt, and a special issue of Les Echos/Serie Limitee about 100 shakers and movers of tomorrow.


Read the complete articles here: MUZE. Les Echos/Serie Limitee.


Josef Hoflehner Featured in the Wall Street Journal.

Josef Hoflehner's book, ZNZ:Zanzibar, in the Wall Street Journal's Photo Op: Dark Light section.

"In one image after another, the Austrian photographer [Hoflehner] heightens contrasts as far as his camera will let him. Making his way along the Zanzibar coast, through marshy inlets and rocky bays, he captures scenes so full of light that sand, sea and sky blend into one another."

For the full article, please visit the Wall Street Journal's Website:
Photo Op: Dark Light


Documentary Short on SIMON NORFOLK released by TATE MODERN

Burke + Norfolk: Photographs From The War In Afghanistan


"Summer Time with the McCartneys" feature in Time | Light Box

Linda McCartney : Life In Photographs has been featured in Time Magazine's Light Box

"Thirteen years after her untimely death from breast cancer, the Bonni Benrubi Gallery in New York City is showcasing photographs by Linda McCartney that chronicle her professional career with images of iconic rock-n-roll musicians, celebrities, and warm, tender snapshots of her family. TIME spoke with Paul and Linda’s eldest daughter, Mary McCartney, to get the backstory of this image."


Linda McCartney: Life In Photographs

Gallery Exhibition "Linda McCartney: Life In Photographs" has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph, and Flavor Pill, amongst many other publications.

The Wall Street Journal: Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs

The Telegraph: Linda McCartney photographs' reveal intimate family moments

Flavor Pill: Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs @ Bonni Benrubi Gallery


GEORGES DAMBIER passes away at 86

Georges Dambier passed away at 86 years of age on May 30, 2011. We are saddened by the loss but we share in his family’s happiness as we celebrate the legacy of his work and joie de vivre that embodies each of his images.

Past Exhibition: Who’s That Girl? Georges Dambier Fashioning the Fifties
March 24-May 27, 2011

Please contact the gallery regarding updated editions and prices.




RON VAN DONGEN wins P. J. Redouté Prize

Ron Van Dongen was honored in France for his 2010 publication, The Tulip Anthology,' with the P. J. Redouté Prize for the best botanic/nature book of 2010


MASSIMO VITALI to speak and on display at LOOK3

NATURAL HABITATS will be on display at Chroma Projects June 3-June 26.

Massimo Vitali’s INsight Conversation will take place at the Paramount Theater June 10, 4-6pm.


For more information about the exhibition and conversation, please visit the LOOK3 website page for the artist: Massimo Vitali


SIMON NORFOLK reviewed in the London Evening Standard

"Separated by almost a century and a half, John Burke and Simon Norfolk have become umbilically linked through photographs taken during two of Britain's wars in Afghanistan.

Norfolk's impeccable research into Burke's documentary of the Second Anglo-Afghan War (1878-1880) led to his own 2010 photographic project and he echoes the scenes preserved from the 19th-century pioneer's beautifully ornate photo-album."

For the full article, please visit the London Evening Standard Website: Burke and Norfolk Show Epic Scenes of War


Abelardo Morell featured in National Geographic

"Something strange and wonderful happens when light enters a dark space through a tiny opening. Aristotle described the phenomenon back in the fourth century B.C. Leonardo in Renaissance Italy sketched the process. In Coney Island and other 19th-century seaside resorts, tourists lined up to see the magical results. Shift to a Boston classroom, the year 1988. Cuban-born Abelardo Morell, teaching an introductory photography course at an art college, was curious to step back in time. On a sunny day, he covered the classroom windows with black plastic, making the space as dark as a cave, cut a dime-size hole in the material, and told his students to watch. Almost instantly the back wall came alive like a movie screen, its surface covered with a fuzzy image of people and cars moving along Huntington Avenue outside. Then the double take: The image was upside down, sky on floor, ground on ceiling, the laws of gravity seemingly gone haywire."

For the full article, please visit the National Geographic website: Rooms With a View


Simon Norfolk Reviewed in Financial Times

"On the south bank of the Thames, Tate Modern is having an overtly political moment. Its customary letters facing St Paul’s Cathedral spell out the message RELEASE AI WEIWEI, referring to the Chinese artist who was a beneficiary of a Unilever commission at Tate and is now under arrest in China. In the week that Osama bin Laden was executed in Pakistan, a powerful exhibition opens that focuses on the war in Afghanistan just over the border.
Simon Norfolk is a British photographer who has worked in Afghanistan before with considerable distinction. His book Afghanistan Chronotopia contrasted the appalling hardware used in the war with the beautiful mountain and desert landscapes in which it was waged. Norfolk is not a classic war photographer by any means – he is as interested in landscape as in conflict, and more interested in memory and the reshaping of truth than in anything practical. He is a radical intellectual with a camera."

For the full review, please visit the Financial Times website: Burke + Norfolk, Tate Modern, London


DAVID LEVENTI photographs JFK Airport's T.W.A. Terminal for The New York Times Magazine

Gallery artist David Leventi's photographs accompany The New York Times Magazine's March 20, 2011 article, The T.W.A. Terminal, Reborn, celebrating the renovation of Eero Saarinen's 1962 master piece work which is still considered a "vanguard of modern design". Leventi is a maker of large prints taken with negatives from large format cameras. He meticulously captures the architectural grand interiors of landmark buildings. Currently, he is documenting opera houses all over the globe.


SIMON NORFOLK exhibition in the L2 gallery at the Tate Modern

In October 2010, Simon Norfolk began a series of new photographs in Afghanistan, which takes its cue from the work of nineteenth-century British photographer John Burke. Norfolk’s photographs reimagine or respond to Burke’s Afghan war scenes in the context of the contemporary conflict. Conceived as a collaborative project with Burke across time, this new body of work is presented alongside Burke’s original portfolios.

May 6 - July 10, 2011


GEORGES DAMBIER featured in Cathy Horyn's On the Runway in The New York Times Fashion section

Georges Dambier, whose work is the subject of a delightful exhibition at the Bonni Benrubi Gallery on East 57th Street (through May 27), liked to use Paris as the backdrop for his fashion photographs. Or Cannes or Marrakesh. This was the postwar world of jazz clubs, existentialists, cheap travel, uncrowded streets, beautiful cars, artists and, of course, Paris couture. With his Rolleiflex, Mr. Dambier, who will be 86 on Tuesday, captured all of this with honest joie de vivre, publishing his fashion images in French Elle. And he worked with some of the era’s great beauties: Suzy Parker, Dorian Leigh, Bettina, Marie-Hélène Arnaud, Capucine, Ivy Nicholson and a young Brigitte Bardot.”



For the full On the Runway article, Curious About Georges



The Exhibition is on view from March 24 - May 27, 2011


KARINE LAVAL reviewed in The New Yorker

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that the current exhibition of work by Karine Laval, entitled MISE EN ABYME, has been reviewed in the Goings on About Town:Art section of the The New Yorker website.
MISE EN ABYME is on view from January 13th through March 19th, 2011



"Laval returns to a favorite subject—swimming pools—in summery photographs that both suggest and invite total immersion. Several of the largest pictures depict clothed figures that appear as liquid as the agitated water around them. Even more pleasurably disorienting is a smaller series that plays with reflections, often flipping the scene so that sky and water are reversed and the world turns an aqua blue. Because Laval’s colors have always skewed toward the sun-bleached and the watery, these images aren’t unexpected, but they push her farther toward abstraction, which seems like a fine place for her to be."


Iconic Surfing Photographer LEROY GRANNIS passes away at 93

We are sad to report that the iconic surf photographer and founder of Surf Magazine in the 1960’s LeRoy Grannis passed away on February 3, 2011. Considered one of surfing’s most important documenters, Grannis began his career in 1960 at the age of 43 and remained working and surfing until the end of his life.

Los Angeles Times Obituary for Grannis


ABELARDO MORELL announced as recipient of 2011 Infinity Award for Art

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that Abelardo Morell will be the recipient of the 2011 Infinity Award in the category of Art at the 27th Annual Infinity Awards on May 10, 2011.


ABELARDO MORELL reviewed in ARTnews

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that the concurrent exhibitions of new work by Abelardo Morell, which were on view this fall, GROUNDWORK and The Universe Next Door, have been reviewed in the February 2011 issue of ARTnews.


"In "The Universe Next Door" at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and "Groundwork" at Bonni Benrubi, the Cuban-born photographer Abelardo Morell showed an impressive mastery of both antiquated techniques, such as the camera obscura and the cliche verre, and modern digital photography, all to produce otherworldly images."
-Steve Barnes, ARTnews


ABELARDO MORELL’s work featured in exhibition at The Morgan Library

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that the work of artist Abelardo Morell is featured in the exhibition Mannerism and Modernism: The Kasper collection of Drawings and Photographs, on view from January 21 through May 1, 2011.

The Morgan Library & Museum presents over one hundred drawings and photographs from the collection assembled by American fashion designer Herbert Kasper—known simply as Kasper. The collection, exceptional for its distinctive character and superb quality, is being exhibited to the public for the first time. Photographs constitute the most diverse portion of Kasper's collection, with excellent prints by major historical figures, in addition to numerous works by emerging artists.


CEDRIC DELSAUX featured in Art in America

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that gallery artist Cedric Delsaux has been included in a feature entitled "A Planet of Relics" in the January issue of Art in America.

"The mightiness of production and consumption turns mute on arrival when captured by the camera. Our negligent habits as stewards of the earth, and of our own prospects, are put on display, as if by institutional emphasis. The effect degrades what was once obviously functional and leaves everything, even of recent vintage, in a state of didactic remoteness."

-Max Kozloff, Art in America

An online version of the article and slideshow of related images is available on the Art in America website.


ABELARDO MORELL featured in The New Yorker

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that the current exhibition of new work by Abelardo Morell GROUNDWORK has been reviewed in The New Yorker.


"These dreamlike visions were made by allowing a pinhole of light into a darkened room, projecting a single, upside-down image. Sometimes, Morell rights that disorienting image with a lens; either way, the results are wonderful and oddly exhilarating."

Furthermore, The Island of Rota,, a collaborative publication by the Library Council of the Museum of Modern Art that combines Morell's cliche verre photographs with the design of Ted Muhling and writings of Oliver Sacks, is featured on the "Photo Booth" section of The New Yorker website.

Our current exhibition of Morell's photographs is on view at the gallery through January 8th, 2011.


ABELARDO MORELL featured in New York Magazine

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that artist Abelardo Morell has been featured in the October 25th issue of New York Magazine, in a feature article entitled "Seeing New York though Leonardo's Eye."

Our current exhibition of Morell's photographs is on view at the gallery through January 8th.


RON VAN DONGEN releases The Tulip Anthology

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that gallery artist Ron van Dongen has recently released a new book devoted exclusively to tulips, with a forward by best-selling author Anna Pavord, published by Chronicle Books.

"Coveted by kings and admired by gardeners in ancient and modern times alike, the tulip has nearly brought nations to moral and economic ruin. The Tulip Anthology is a beautiful and comprehensive celebration of this most astonishing and beloved of flowers."


MASSIMO VITALI: NATURAL HABITATS

Massimo Vitali has released a new monograph entitled Massimo Vitali : Natural Habitats, published by Steidl. This long awaited monograph includes 70 images of his work from 2004 to the present.


KARINE LAVAL featured in The New Yorker

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that an image from Karine Laval's Poolscape series has been featured in The New Yorker as a highlight from the Gallery's Summer Place exhibition.


A portfolio of Laval's work is also featured on the magazine's online edition, accompanied by a review in the Photo Booth section of the website.


SIMON NORFOLK photographs Yemen for The New York Times Magazine

Gallery artist Simon Norfolk's photographic essay of Yemen for The New York Times Magazine documents the growing concern that the country is emerging as a hotbed for Al Qaeda activity.

"Yemen is the Arab world's poorest country, with a fast-growing and deeply conservative Muslim population of 23 million. It is running out of oil and may soon be the first country in the world to run out of water. The central government is weak and corrupt, hemmed in by rebellions and powerful tribes. Many fear that Al Qaeda is gaining a sanctuary in the remote provinces east of Sana... similar to the one it already has in Afghanistan and Pakistan."

- The New York Times Magazine, July 11th, 2010


SIMON NORFOLK and MERRY ALPERN featured in EXPOSED at SFMOMA

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that two gallery artists, Simon Norfolk and Merry Alpern, have been featured in the exhibition EXPOSED, currently on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

"Exposed offers a fascinating look at pictures made on the sly, without the explicit permission of the people depicted. With photographs from the late nineteenth century to present day, the pictures present a shocking, illuminating and witty perspective on iconic and taboo subjects."

Merry Alpern is featured in two of the five thematic sections of the exhibition with work from her Dirty Windows series included in Voyeurism and Desire, while work from her Shopping series is included in the Surveillance section of the exhibition. Simon Norfolk is likewise featured in Surveillance.

The exhibition will be on view through January 30, 2011.


JEHAD NGA : TURKANA reviewed in The New Yorker and The Wall Street Journal

Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce that the exhibition of Jehad Nga's recent work, Turkana, was reviewed in the July 12th issue of The New Yorker, as well as the June 8th edition of the Wall Street Journal's Greater New York feature.

"Posing informally in a tent that blocks out the surrounding terrain as well as most of the light, Nga’s subjects are cloaked in darkness but picked out by shafts of sun. Handsome figures in colorful robes and bright beaded necklaces, they recall Leni Riefenstahl’s Nuba tribesmen and Irving Penn’s Dahomey villagers, and the decision to isolate them from their environment makes them appear more iconic."

-The New Yorker


CEDRIC DELSAUX featured in The New Yorker magazine

The current exhibition of Cedric Delsaux's recent work, Nous resterons sur Terre, has been reviewed in the May 4th issue of The New Yorker.


"This French photographer makes a strong solo début with a group of large-scale color
images whose common theme is often the fraught convergence of man and nature."
-The New Yorker


MASSIMO VITALI featured in The Wall Street Journal

The current exhibition of Massimo Vitali's recent work, Landscape with Figures 2, has been highlighted in the February 13-14 issue of the Wall Street Journal. A selection of images from the exhibition have also been included in the accompanying slideshow on the Wall Street Journal website.


MASSIMO VITALI featured in The New Yorker

The current exhibition of Massimo Vitali's recent work, Landscape with Figures 2, has been highlighted in the January 25th issue of the New Yorker Magazine. His photograph,Scala dei Turchi Island, Sicily,2009 was featured in the magazine's Goings on about Town section. A full review of the exhibition can be found in the January 18th issue of the magazine.


DAVID LEVENTI featured in Conde Nast Traveler

A portfolio of work by gallery artist David Leventi has been featured in the February issue of the magazine.

"In these hypnotic photographs by David Leventi, the theaters are at rest, showing off their own beauty as they wait for the doors to open." -Conde Nast Traveler


JEHAD NGA featured in the New York Times' 2009 : The Year in Pictures

Gallery artist Jehad Nga's work documenting the drought stricken Turkana region of Kenya was featured in the New York Times' 2009 : The Year in Pictures. His photographs were also featured on the front pages of the December 12th, 2009 and January 2, 2010 issues of the New York Times. The Gallery will be presenting a solo exhibition of Nga's Turkana work this Spring, on view from May 6 - July 2, 2010.


SIMON NORFOLK releases Full Spectrum Dominance; Missiles, Satellites, Rockets

This hand-made leporello, created from sustainable archival quality papers contains 5 original high gloss digital chromogenic prints from Norfolk's Full Spectrum Dominance series. It is signed, dated and editioned by the artist in an edition of 100. Handmade at Book Works, London.
Available for sale at the Gallery.


ABELARDO MORELL’s work featured in several solo exhibitions at the end of 2009

Abelardo Morell, Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey, England, July 4th - December 13th 2009

Abelardo Morell: Pingyao International Photography Festival
 in Pingyao, Shanxi Province, China
, September 19 - September 25, 2009.

Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door
 - Southwest School of Arts and Crafts,
 San Antonio, TX
 September 17 - November 8, 2009.

Abelardo Morell’s work is also included in Alice in Pictureland: Illustrations of Lewis Carroll's Classic Tales, at the Brandywine River Museum, Chadd's Ford, PA, from November 27, 2009 - January 10, 2010.


ABELARDO MORELL to be featured in Embarrassment of Riches : Picturing Wealth at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

The Minneapolis Institute of Art will feature several photographs by Abelardo Morell in their upcoming exhibition Embarrassment of Riches : Picturing Wealth on view from September 17, 2010— January 2, 2011. This exhibition explores the representation of wealth in the new global economy.


MATTHEW PILLSBURY : FUTURE IMAGES

Matthew Pillsbury has been featured in the new book Future Images, edited by M. Cresci and published by Federico Motta Editore, an overview of the most important young photographers worldwide.


JOSEF HOFLEHNER : CHINA

Josef Hoflehner has released a new monograph of work this September, entitled China, featuring more than 100 photographs from the last four years. From the Introduction by Scott Minick, "Josef Hoflehner's China monograph spans four years of intense travel to the Middle Kingdom and is an amazing testament to the unique confluence of geography, history and commerce that has shaped this vast nation. Through an original and often startling juxtaposition of images, classical sites from antiquity mix with new urban skylines to form a collection that underscores the contrasts of modern Chinese life and the sweeping changes taking place."


MATTHEW PILLSBURY to be included in (OUT OF) TIME at the Photography Biennial in Liege, Belgium

Organized by the Cultural Centre Les Chiroux in Liege, Belguim, the Photography Biennial will take place from February 28 - April 25, 2010. Matthew Pillsbury's work will be included in an exhibition entitled (OUT OF) TIME at Les Brasseurs.


New monograph by JEFFREY MILSTEIN available in April 2010

Jeffrey Milstein's new monograph Cuba: Photographs by Jeffrey Milstein, published by Monacelli Press, will be released April, 2010. Introduction by Nilo Cruz.


ABELARDO MORELL featured in Picturing New York : Photographs from the Museum of Modern Art

Abelardo Morell is included in the exhibition Picturing New York: Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition will be traveling to La Casa Encendida, Spain, Museo Arte di Rovereto & Trento, Italy, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin from the period of March 26, 2009 - February, 2010. His work is also featured in the accompanying catalogue.


AU FÉMININ : WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHING WOMEN, 1849-2009

We are pleased to announce that five of our artists, Laura McPhee, Karine Laval, Gillian Laub, Pamela Hanson, and Merry Alpern were selected for inclusion in “Au féminin” an exhibition of 100 women photographers at the Centre Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris which took place from June 24th - September 29th 2009. They were also included in the accompanying catalogue of the same name.


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