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REVIEW: Deborah Turbeville’s prints and collages At Deborah Bell Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Tuesday, December 13, 2016

"Turbeville was not only prolific and internationally published as an image-maker, but was also a maverick printmaker. She used unusual papers, experimented with toning and alternative processes, and intentionally scratched her negatives. Never in search of the pristine object, she strove instead for imperfection and a sense of timelessness."

 

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8 Iconic Photos Of Bob Dylan, from Petter Fetterman Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature last week, an unusual selection that’s made him the only singer-songwriter to win the award.

See eight iconic photos of the newly anointed Nobel laureate from Peter Fetterman Gallery here.

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Julie Boserup’s Premiere Exhibition at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, October 21, 2016

“Misleading Perspectives,” a premier exhibition featuring an emerging artist and photographer Julie Boserup will run through November 26, 2016, at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, New York.

The show features a new collection of works commissioned by the gallery. This is also the first-ever artist commission by the gallery.

 

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REVIEW: Rocks and Clouds at Yancey Richardson Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Mitch Epstein’s early work was distinguished by a riot of color, but his recent photographs are in a more contemplative greyscale. That chronology only accounts for surface phenomena. Since he began working in the 1980s, Epstein has displayed a Breughel-esque ability to organize chaotic events and tones into cool, harmonious frames. Indeed, his photographs have a decidedly soothing feel – whether shot in color (like his marvelous work in India and eerie study of Vietnam) or black and white (like his more recent project on the trees of New York).

 

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Photograph Magazine profiles Molly Lamb whose introspective work is on display at Rick Wester Fine Art

Posted By AIPAD, Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Updated: Sunday, October 2, 2016

As a photojournalist for city newspapers, Molly Lamb was used to photographing other people’s stories. It didn’t occur to her that it might be interesting to photograph her own...Her photographs, which make use of reflective surfaces and shadows, are like palimpsests, one layer giving way to another, meaning multiplying and shifting. It’s not surprising that Lamb also writes poetry, that most indirect and allusive of literary forms. When work from three of her series – Ghost Stepping, Let It Go, and Take Care of Your Sister – is on view at Rick Wester Fine Art from September 15 through November 19, selections of her poetry will be on view as well.

 

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