Opening of the 32nd edition of The AIPAD Photography Show New York
The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) will hold the 32nd edition of The AIPAD Photography Show New York, one of the world’s most important annual photography events, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.
Seventy-five of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries will present a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video, and new media. The AIPAD Photography Show New York is the longest running and foremost exhibition of fine art photography. The Show will commence with an opening night gala on March 28, 2012, to benefit inMotion, which provides free legal services to low-income women.
AIPAD 2012 will present four new member exhibitors: David Zwirner, New York; Sasha Wo...
Exhibition : « A World Imagined » by Kelli Connell and Sara Macel at the Silver Eye Center for PhotographyA World Imagined features the work of Kelli Connell (Chicago, IL) and Sara Macel (Brooklyn, NY) who each explore the emotional and psychological terrain of personal relationships. The exhibition has been extended one week, and will now close on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
The projects displayed offer opportunities to reflect on authorship, on photographic construction, and on the ways in which we define relationships through our subjective experiences of them. Kelli Connell's photographs in Double Life invent a relationship that visualizes, through digital manipulations, questions around intimacy and identity; Sara Macel's May the Road Rise to Meet You is a collaborative examination of her relationship with her father at the end of his career.
© Kelli Connell, The towering Figure, Huntsville, Texas,...
Kelli Connell - Double LifeYossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of color photographs by Kelli Connell from the series Double Life.
Kelli Connell's series, Double Life, appears to document an evolving relationship between two women. To create a constructed reality, the artist digitally combines multiple negatives of the same model, who portrays each character in the various scenarios, changing her body language and clothing for the given role. By using a single model to enact multiple roles, the artist explores the complexity of shifting identities within intimate relationships.
Described by the artist as an autobiographical questioning, the work represents Ms. Connell's investigation of identity, sexuality, and gender. The photographs' private moments of passion, conflict and repose, express both interpretations of observ...