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IN New York

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2014
DATE: April 26, 2011

Read more about the 2011 AIPAD Show as published in IN New York

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Eyes of Texas: Celebrating PDNB Featured Artists & Gallery Anniversary

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2014
DATE: April 19, 2011



Eyes of Texas
Through July 2, 2011

Recognizing four landmark Texas photographers and the 16th Anniversary of PDNB Gallery


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Peter Brown, Ashby, Nebraska, 1993 Courtesy of PDNB Gallery

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Earlie Hudnall, Jr. Looking Out, 1991 Courtesy of PDNB Gallery

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Keith Carter, Blackberries, 2000 Courtesy of PDNB Gallery

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George Krause, White Triangles, 1988 Courtesy of PDNB Gallery

In a true toast to Texas the exhibition brings together four home grown photographers in a single show. Peter Brown, Keith Carter, Earlie Hudanall, and George Krause have all become legends of Texas art history, have all exhibited with PDNB gallery in the past, and have all been acquired by major museums.

The exhibition is the perfect compliment to PDNB's 16th anniversary. All photographers have notable work and history: Krause is one of the youngest photographers to be given a show by MoMA curator, Jon Szarkowski; Carter is highly collected and widely published; Hudnall and Brown are exceptional storytellers and record makers- Hudnall through faces and Brown through places. Hudnall and Brown's work comprise the bulk of the exhibition and are an interesting reflection on American culture from 1960's to the present.

Visit PDNB Gallery for more.


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Review: Takeshi Shikama at Alan Klotz Gallery

Posted By Administration, Monday, April 18, 2011
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2014
DATE: April 18, 2011

Exhibition through April 30, 2011


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Takeshi Shikama, Tsukiyodaira 1, 2006, Gelatin
Silver Print, 24 x 20 inches. Courtesy of Alan Klotz Gallery

 

Covered earlier in the Feb. 28, 2011 post by AIPAD staff the exhibition of Takeshi Shikama's work was well received and has recently earned the attention of critics at the New Yorker and the Wall Street Journal.


The rich prints and inviting natural world of Japan as captured by the artist remain on display, but the exhibition is closing soon.

New Yorker.
Wall Street Journal Review.

Alan Klotz Gallery.


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Review: Bruce Wrighton at Laurence Miller Gallery

Posted By Administration, Monday, April 18, 2011
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2014

DATE: April 18, 2011

 

Bruce Wrighton: AT HOME
Extended! through May 26


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Tioga Courthouse, Owego, NY, 1986 © Estate of Bruce
Wrighton,Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York

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Storage Room, St. Anthony of Padua's Roman Catholic
Church, Endicott, NY, 1986 © Estate of Bruce Wrighton,
Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York

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Woolworth Shopper, Binghamton, NY 1987© Estate
of Bruce Wrighton,Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York

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Union Hotel, Binghamton, NY 1986 © Estate of
Bruce Wrighton,Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York

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Downtown man #3, Binghamton, NY 1987
© Estate of Bruce Wrighton, Courtesy Laurence
Miller Gallery, New York

The straight, truthful work of color master Bruce Wrighton shows in its most inclusive form to date at Laurence Miller Gallery's presentation of "At Home."

"At Home" is the artist's look at a moment in time of the post industrial town of Binghamton, NY. The worn dignified faces, tattered and toorn eateries, taverns, and churches, and threadbare yet honorable domestic spaces profile the faded influence and prosperity of the American City. The fate of Binghamton has repeated through many former industrial giants of the United States. What Wrighton captures in the body of work made between 1986-1988 is distress, a cry for better days that somehow is held up with an inner sense of pride.

This critical body of work by Wrighton has and will continue to resonate through time.

New Yorker.

Laurence Miller Gallery.



Book Available:

Bruce Wrighton: At Home
$200


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Review: Charles Traub at Gitterman Gallery

Posted By Administration, Sunday, April 17, 2011
Updated: Thursday, January 2, 2014
DATE: April 17, 2011


Youthful artist's works on view through April 23, 2011
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Charles Traub, Louisville, KY, 1968, Vintage gelatin
silver print; Courtesy of Gitterman Gallery

Prints made in his time as a student in Chicago's Institute of Design reveal Charles Traub's early influences by mentors and teachers Ralph Eugene Meatyard and Arond Siskind. These prints offer perspective- a chance to look back at the artist finding his voice.

New Yorker Review.

Gitterman Gallery.


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