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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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Culture Map Dallas calls Geof Kern's “Life, Death, Beauty and Garbage” at PDNB Gallery one of the four most interesting exhibits this fall

Posted By AIPAD, Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Updated: Sunday, October 2, 2016

With a title like “Life, Death, Beauty and Garbage,” viewers wouldn’t be amiss to assume they’ll be seeing everything but the kitchen sink in Dallas-based photographer Geof Kern’s latest exhibition. Kern had his first successful local show at PDNB back in 2014, and this latest look at his oeuvre is a distillation of his incredibly conceptual style, one that has clearly been copied over the years by other photographers.

 

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"Journey" at Edwynn Houk Gallery spans Danny Lyon's immersive photo career championing for the marginalized

Posted By AIPAD, Monday, October 3, 2016
Updated: Sunday, October 2, 2016

In celebration of Danny Lyon’s acclaimed retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Edwynn Houk Gallery presents Journey, a selection of rare vintage prints from the artist’s personal collection.

 

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William Helburn, ad man, not mad man, at Staley-Wise Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, September 9, 2016

There were many beneficiaries of the creative new philosophy which swept through ad agencies, magazines, later, newspapers and eventually, the whole landscape, upturning the way people approached writing, communicating, advertising, illustrating – and photography. One was photographer William Helburn, an ambitious, fun-loving man with a taste for beautiful women and a desire to shock.

 

The current exhibition, William Helburn: Ad Man, at Staley-Wise Gallery on Broadway, New York, celebrates his classic advertising and fashion photographs.

 

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Female surfers photographed using century-old technique, at Von Lintel Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Joni Sternbach takes portraits of surfers using 19th-century photographic techniques. While the process may be nostalgic, she creates contemporary images that capture surfers in a moment of quiet. An exhibition of her latest work Her Wave, opens at Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles on 10 September.

 

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