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Kevin Cooley at Kopeikin Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Thursday, January 21, 2016

A Thousand Miles an Hour. That's both the approximate speed of the Earth's rotation—i.e. the speed you're moving while sitting still—and the name of artist Kevin Cooley's experimental film on display at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles this weekend. The film is a moving diptych, one side tracking the moon's arc across the sky and the other following the sun, while the horizon rotates around them. Cooley shot all the footage in some of the North America's most beautiful natural locations, including Red Box Canyon, the Dallas Divide, and Banff National Park.

 

Read more from The Creators Project on this exhibit here.

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Chris Killip: In Flagrante Two at Yossi Milo Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, January 15, 2016

Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of Manx photographer Chris Killip’s classic body of work, In Flagrante. This presentation of fifty gelatin silver prints hand-printed by Killip is the first time since 1988 that the series has been exhibited in its entirety and the first time ever in the United States. The show will be on view from Thursday, January 28 through Saturday, February 27, with an opening reception for the artist and book signing on Thursday, January 28 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. In Flagrante Two coincides with Steidl Verlag’s new version of the out-of- print book originally published in 1988 and includes three never-before-seen images. This is Killip’s first exhibition at the Gallery.

 

Click here to read more about this exhibition.

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Kikuji Kawada "Last Things" at PGI

Posted By AIPAD, Thursday, January 14, 2016

PGI is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Kikuji Kawada’s newest work “Last Things” starting with a new year of 2016.

“The Map”(1965), perhaps Kawada’s best-known work, is metaphor that encodes the collective unconscious memory of Japan’s defeat in World War II. Since then he continues to challenge our intellect with fresh and clairvoyant images.

 

Read more about the upcoming exhibition here.

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Elliott Erwitt: Regarding Women at Jackson Fine Art

Posted By AIPAD, Thursday, January 7, 2016

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently reviewed Elliott Erwitt's Regarding Women exhibition at Jackson Fine Art. The exhibition runs through January 23, 2016.  

Elliott Erwitt’s photographs are a tale of two women. On one hand, the success stories, the lithe and stylish dames in cunning chapeaux, with expressive eyes. They preen in convertibles, looking far too glamorous for the drive-in fast-food restaurant where they stop in “Miami Beach, Florida, USA” (1962). Or they are captured mid-kiss, reflected in the rear-view mirror in a moment of romantic ecstasy with a perfect sunset in the distance in “California Kiss (Santa Monica)” (1955).

Click here to read the rest of the review. 

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Danny Lyons: Conversations with the Dead at Etherton Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Etherton Gallery's current exhibition, Danny Lyon: Conversations with the Dead, highlights a collection of photographs that Lyon took of the grim realities that inmates in Texas prisons faced back in the late 1960s.

 

Read more about this exhibition in a review from the Tucson Weekly here.

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