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img A Stroll Through Coney Island Among Friends

Join Coney Island's resident not for profit arts organization, Coney Island USA, as we present "A Stroll Through Coney Island Among Friends" Saturdays and Sundays, February 22nd through April 6th, 12pm to 5pm, at the Shooting Gallery/Arts Annex at 1214 Surf Avenue.

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img A Field Guide t o snow and ice - Paula McCartney

Klompching g allery is pleased to present A Field Guide to Snow and Ice , an exhibition of new photographic artwork by p aula m c c artney . An artist reception will be held on Thursday, January 9, 6pm–8pm. Based upon the premise of the ‘field guide’—a book used to accurately identify natural objects— McCartney’s photographs are a visual representation of her idea of winter. A Field Guide to Snow and Ice is a sophisticated set of photographs, continuing ...

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img LandLords Rafael Fuchs

The idea for this exhibition is based on 3 personal experiences with 3 different Hasidic landlords that occurred in the past few years.
One in Williamsburg (2004), and 2 in Bushwick (2008 and 2010)
Those bitter incidents were the sources for my creative expression. As the famous biblical sentence: "Out of the strong came something sweet" ("me'az yatza matok", the story about Samson, Judges 14:12)

In the past few years I became intrigued wi...

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img Dave Jordano « Detroit : Unbroken Down » at United Photo Industries

A kind, personal look at a much-maligned city, Jordano’s visual exploration of Detroit does not waste time rehashing worn-out visual tropes of devastation and urban poverty, turning his gaze instead to the people surviving, thriving, making a decent life for themselves against the odds.

Presenting us with a message of hope from a great city brought low, Jordano’s exhibition Detroit: Unbroken Down is a beautiful, visual celebration of the power of human spirit and per...

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img « Kodachrome Memory : American Pictures 1972—1990 », Photographs by Nathan Benn

As America huffed its way to the end of the ’70s, a change more profound than any one cultural trope’s evolutionary death knell was taking place. Perceptively distilled in a new volume of photographs by longtime National Geographic shooter Nathan Benn, Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972—1990 depicts an America of boisterous legend and vibrant regionalism, teetering on the cusp of the coming Information Age’s great cultural flattening.

Nathan Benn e...

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img Ormond Gigli : « Girls in the Windows : And Other Stories »

Ormond Gigli had an illustrious career as a photojournalist over the course of some 40 years and took many magnificent photographs—but one photograph has eclipsed all the others. It was a photograph he conceived for himself, without an editorial assignment. It is the incomparable “Girls in the Windows” of 1960.

Girls in the Windows: And Other Stories is the first book to survey the work of Ormond Gigli and escorts the viewer behind the façade of that inc...

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img Alejandro Cartagena – The Car Poolers

The Car Poolers is a project that continues my visual research on how the suburbs impact the landscape, the city and its inhabitants. I’ve been shooting the project for a year on Monterey’s highway 85 going south bound to one of the richest cities in Latin America, San Pedro Garza Garcia, one of 9 cities that conform the Metropolitan area. The images address overgrowth issues in Mexico, where suburbs are being built far from the urban centers, causing greater commutes and consu...

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img « Photoville » par United Photo Industrie

Photoville is a new Brooklyn-based photo destination - a veritable village of freight containers transformed into temporary exhibition spaces, taking place this summer from June 22 to July 1, 2012.

Photoville will feature a feisty mix of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on workshops, nighttime projections, a photo dog run, a camera greenhouse, and a summer beer-garden with food trucks that will create a photography destination like...

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img Patrick Cariou - Gypsies

Avec Gypsies, le photographe Patrick Cariou remonte le fil de la migration du peuple Rom de l'Europe de l'est à l'Europe de l'ouest en passant par le Moyen-Orient, pour finalement arriver en Inde, terre de leurs ancêtres. Le résultat obtenu est une collection de portraits et de paysages qui donnent à réfléchir et exposent la condition de Gitan dans toute sa diversit&...

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img Father Land by Vahé and Ara Oshaga

This book is a poetic and personal journey through the rugged, human-and-history-laden landscape of the mountainous Republic of Nagorno–Karabagh. It is also a unique collaboration between a photographer son and his well–known, writer father. A family steeped in Armenian literature and art, Vahé and Ara Oshagan's work is the result of an intensely felt connection to their heritage and homeland. Father Land is a literary and visual contemplation of Karabagh's present&nd...

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img Stories from the City... Christine Rose Divito

Sercet stories from the citiy. walking around, in our busy cities, sometimes we miss the magic and the wierdness of some situations. let's try here to catch these details, these short instants where a second as a double meanaing. in between commercial beauty and homeless.

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img Twirl / Run - Jeff Mermelstein

Twirl / Run, the second powerHouse artist's book by Jeff Mermelstein, is a surprising combination of two extensive bodies of work -women twirling their hair and people on the run - whose dissonance creates a new way of observing our prevailing anxiety and sense of disorder.

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img Fred Camper - Figments digitally altered images of increasingly low resolutions based on original single photographs

Pratt Institute's Department of Film/Video and Photography will present a solo show of two bodies of work by artist Fred Camper titled 'Figments,' that feature digitally altered images of increasingly low resolutions based on original single photographs. The exhibition runs from September 10 through October 9 in Room 311 of the Juliana Curran Terian Design Center on the Brooklyn Campus and is free and open to the public.

Camper's body of work, titled 'Figments,' is based on ori...

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img Night Moves - Exploring the Horizon

The photographic works of thirteen artists who toil under the cloak of darkness will be featured in two simultaneous exhibitions at two neighboring Dumbo galleries starting this March 5th. “Night Moves - Exploring the Horizon”  will be at Safe-T-Gallery  and “Night Moves - Angles of View”  at Farmani Gallery.   The shows, co-curated by Jill Waterman and Daryl-Ann Saunders,  feature the work of photographers who understand how long exposure...

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img STÉPHANE DUMAS "LA SALLE DES PEAUX PERDUES" "THE LOST SKINS ROOM"
Reception Thursday April 13, 6 to 8 PM Artist's Talk "Creative Skin" Saturday April 22, 2 PM...

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