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History Keeps Me Awake at Night

July 5, 2016

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David Wojnarowicz at the Whitney in 2018! I know it’s quite a wait but it’s been a long time. Remember Fever at the New Museum in 1999? David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (One day this kid . . .), 1990. Photostat, 30 × 40 1/8 in. (76.2 × 101.9 cm). Edition of 10. Whitney Museum of American […]

French Fries in Israel

September 21, 2014

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Stephen Shore is at 303 Gallery with photographs from Israel and the Ukraine. Food, landscapes, people, homes…all ordinary and unfamiliar. Stephen Shore Peqi’in, Israel, September 22, 2009 2009 (printed 2014) Chromogenic color print Stephen Shore Large Crater, Negev Desert, Israel, September 29, 2009 2009 (printed 2014) Chromogenic color print Images courtesy of 303 Gallery.

The Oldest Living Things in the World

March 27, 2014

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Photographer Rachel Sussman’s book of the oldest things living on earth published by University Of Chicago Press is available in April! The photographs are beautiful in her immensely lush and somber style (thank you Stephen Shore). Click the image below to enter Ms. Sussman’s website and view some of the photographs in the book. You […]

The People’s Pictures – Bobbed

March 5, 2014

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View of row of operators working at the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, April 1927. The photograph is from our National Archives and was created by the Women’s Bureau of the Department of Labor. If you’d like a hi-res file, just click on the image and it’ll open up the larger file for you to […]

‘Kesh Angels

February 2, 2014

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In last week’s New Yorker, I feasted my eyes on a photograph by Hassan Hajjaj. His latest exhibit at Taymour Grahne Gallery in New York is titled “‘Kesh Angels” and includes the most street beautiful photos of women bikers in Marrakesh. Hassan Hajjaj Kesh Angels, 2010/1431 Edition of 7, Metallic Lambda Print on 3mm White Dibond Image courtesy of […]

Civil Rights

June 28, 2013

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Participants, some carrying American flags, marching in the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965. Photo by Peter Pettus/Library of Congress

My Pie Town

March 24, 2013

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I was at the Met yesterday and hightailed it to their current photo exhibit, After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age. One piece from the exhibit that lingers in my brain is Debbie Grossman’s My Pie Town – a series of altered 1940 photographs that make women the scruffy stars of a dusty New Mexico landscape. The Fae and Doris […]

Blessings all over, seen…

January 27, 2013

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A WordPress shout to Brian Jahn’s beautiful photography tribute to Jamaican culture and music. I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Jahn on a recent book project. So I can promise that it’s totally worth your time to wonder through his blog archives. Blessing all over, seen… Jamming by Brian Jahn, 2010

After the Storm

October 31, 2012

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Just before Queen Sandy beheaded the region, I received more photos of Monica Bill Barnes & Co. directly from photographer Adrianne Mathiowetz. These are Halloween candy for tired eyes – joyous art moments viewed after scanning countless Internet photos of hurricane destruction. Thank you! MBB&CO. at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 2012 Photos […]

Early Punk

April 25, 2012

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I am giving a shout to a couple of my fave women music photographers. Here are links to their sites – the early punk galleries. Ebet Roberts is a New York transplant from Memphis. She shot punk rock CBGB like no one else. Dead Boys at CBGB, 1977 © Ebet Roberts Janette Beckman hails from London and her early […]

Cindy Sherman

March 13, 2012

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Untitled Film Still #17, 1979 Untitled #150, 1985 Untitled #96, 1981

Southern Oregon

February 23, 2012

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In the middle where high desert mingles with forest. Photographs by Stacey Stambaugh, 2007

Stephen Shore

February 22, 2012

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U.S. 2, Ironwood, Michigan, July 9, 1973 1973 – 2002 County of Sutherland, Scotland 1988-2000 Two photos by Stephen Shore – Michigan and Scotland. Shore is represented by 303 Gallery.

Dad’s 66 Station

February 21, 2012

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My brother found this Polaroid stuck between the pages of a repair manual or ledger at my dad’s shop after he died. My dad had his own auto business since I can remember. Here it is in all of its glory – surrounded by cornfields. He eventually moved his shop to our home property and […]