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Meg Griffiths – Margarita's RosaryCarla Richmond – Judy Varisco. Varisco, TXGreta & Manu Schnetzler – 3 Feet 6 Inches DeepTimothy Burkhart – UntitledCynthia E. Wood – Hawaii 50 #48Julia Schiller – Almost TherePaccarik Orue – Turkey FamilyEleonora Ronconi – Princess TowerJoshua Hobson – Complex Courtyard

(Un)Familiar – APA SF Curator’s Voice Exhibition

Opening reception: June 22, 2012 6.30-9pm
Exhibition: June 22 – July 18, 2012
Gallery Carte Blanche, San Francisco, CA
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Enrico Nagel | Behind The Glass

Opening: Saturday June 30, 2012, 7pm
Exhibition: June 30 – July 12, 2012

Neonchocolate Gallery Berlin Continue Reading →

Traum

23. Juni – 22. Juli 2012
Ausstellungseröffnung: Freitag, 22. Juni 2012, 19 Uhr
Forum der Neuen Schule für Fotografie Berlin

Ausgewählte Arbeiten von Studierenden der Neuen Schule für Fotografie Berlin, kuratiert von Eva Maria Ocherbauer. Continue Reading →

You Are Here – Call for Entries by SMBHmag

SMBHmag is inviting all photographers living in countries different from where they were born to participate in a new exhibition for the PhotoIreland Festival (Dublin, Ireland, 1 -31 July). Continue Reading →

© Shane Lavalette, Bill on His Porch, 2011© Shane Lavalette, Devil's Crossroads, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Ground Zero, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Praying Hands, 2011© Shane Lavalette, Tommy's Bed, 2010© Shane Lavalette, America Street, 2011© Shane Lavalette, Spit in the Swamp, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Alvin at Church, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Rev. Dennis's Bible Castle to God, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Po' Monkey's 70th Birthday, 2010© Shane Lavalette, Athens Morning, 2011© Shane Lavalette, Spirit Bottles, 2011

Shane Lavalette | Picturing the South

In 2010, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, which for decades has been the leading art museum in the South, commissioned Lavalette to produce a new collection of photographs for their “Picturing the South” series, which includes past artists Sally Mann, Emmet Gowin, Richard Misrach, Dawoud Bey, Alex Webb and Alec Soth.

When I began my project, […] I set out not to create any documentary about Southern Music but something more distinctly lyrical, inspired by the music.
In particular, I’m interested in how the music is shaped by the landscape of the region as well as how our understanding of the landscape is shaped by the music.” – Shane Lavalette, interview with Kate Levy, Daylight Magazine

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Claudi Nir | A Temporary Discomfort

Produced over a period of four years, A Temporary Discomfort deals with the idea of a once familiar place becoming unfamiliar and the emotions that are triggered when the place once called home is not recognizable as such anymore after spending a significant amount of time abroad. Continue Reading →

Child with a toy hand grenade in Central Park, N.Y.C., 1962 © The Estate of Diane ArbusIdentical twins, Roselle, N.J., 1967 © The Estate of Diane ArbusA young man in curlers at home on West 20th Street, N.Y.C., 1966. © The Estate of Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus

22 June to 23 September 2012
Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
Niederkirchnerstraße 7, 10963 Berlin Continue Reading →