Americain, né le 25 novembre 1973 à Neuilly en France
• School of Visual Arts, New York, New York,
Master of Fine Arts.
• Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art.
• Received cum laude with distinction in the
• Ecole Alsacienne, Paris, France.
• Baccalaureat in History and Economics, June 1991. Received with honors.
Expositions individuelles :
• "Screen Lives", M+B Gallery, Los Angeles,
• "Matthew Pillsbury", Galerie Negulesco, Munich, Germany.
• "Time Frame", Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York, NY.
• "Screen Lives", Valentina Moncada, Rome, Italy.
• "New Work", Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, Canada.
• "Hours", Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.
• "Screen Lives", Michael Hoppen, London, England, UK.
• "Screen Lives", Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Canada.
• "Screen Lives", Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York, NY.
Collections (sélection) :
• Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY.
• International Center of Photography, New York, NY.
• Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA.
• Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
• Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
• Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH.
• San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
• Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX.
• Sir Elton John Photography Collection, Atlanta, GA.
Actualité Prix BMW - Paris Photo ANNONCE DES 20 FINALISTES 2009 Le jury du Prix BMW – Paris Photo 2009 a sélectionné 20 artistes finalistes pour sa sixième édition. Le thème de ce prix, réservé aux artistes présentés par les galeries participantes à Paris Photo, est :
« Quand avez-vous vécu pour la dernière fois une expérience unique ? ». Ce thème met en mots la philosophie de la nouvelle BMW Série 5 Gran Turismo : une nouvelle expérience humaine, une nouvelle vision du monde.
Les 20 finalistes sélectionnés parmi 55 candidatures retenues seront exposés à Paris Photo du 19 au 22 novembre. L’artiste lauréat recevra le Prix doté de 12 000 euros en ouverture du Salon le 18 novembre prochain.
... Conférence The Photographers Lecture Series In this lecture series, renowned photographers show their work and share their ideas and concerns with the audience.
January 30: Susan Wides, Landscapes
February 6: Sam Jones, Here and Now
February 13: Philip Perkis, The Sadness of Men
February 20: Kadir van Lohuizen, Diamond Matters
February 27: Miranda Lichtenstein, Photographs
March 5: Steve Pyke, Pyke Eye
March 12: Jason Francisco, Far from Zion
March 19: Matthew Pillsbury, Time Frame
March 26: Jo Ractliffe, Outside the Frame
April 2: Jackie Nickerson, Faith... Exposition Matthew Pillsbury Nate and Me
Matthew Pillsbury had already begun shooting his Screen Lives series –- from which 10 of the 11 images in this exhibition are drawn– when, in 2004, at the age of 30, he met and fell in love with Nathan Noland, and consequently came out as a gay man. The series started out as an examination of the ways that technology was altering the lives of Pillsbury’s closest friends, but when he and Noland got together that examination turned inward and Pillsbury began to make pictures representing his own life and newfound sexuality. At first, as a just-out gay man, he was shy about the work he appeared in, especially images like HBO’s Rome, Thursday, October 13th, 2005 12-12:50 AM and Nate and Me, Lost, Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004 8-9 PM the latter seen here for the first time, that depict the artist ... Exposition Edible Selby by Todd Selby and City Stages by Matthew Pillsbury at Jackson Fine Art
Jackson Fine Art is proud to open strong kicking off the 2012 fall season as part of the Atlanta art community by highlighting two sensational artists from New York : Todd Selby and Matthew Pillsbury. Blogger extraordinaire Todd Selby, will premiere his second solo exhibition at Jackson Fine Art by transforming our gallery space into a cornucopia of international food artisans with their delectable creations drawn passionately from his highly acclaimed NYTimes : T Magazine column. There will also be an early release of his new book Edible Selby, officially released by Abrams in October.
In his third exhibition at the gallery, Matthew Pillsbury's latest series City Stages, uses long expo sires of New York City landmarks represented in large scale black and white photographs to covert a contemporary space ... Exposition Group exhibition : GLOBETROTTING Bonni Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce a group exhibition, GLOBETROTTING. Presenting new work by the gallery’s stable of contemporary photographers alongside classic mid-century work, this exhibition invites the viewer on a voyage around the world. Each photographer’s work on view offers a unique perspective and approach to age-old themes of travel, discovery and wanderlust.
Highlights include Doug Hall, a new gallery artist, who not only photographs soaring urban landscapes and interior spaces from around the world, but also reflects on tourists as they enjoy holiday moments at well-known attractions such as the Pantheon. New color work by Abelardo Morell brings the Italian landscape inside; infusing physical context and enchantment into the interior spaces he transforms into room-sized Camera Obscu... Exposition Matthew Pillsbury Further to his photographs of the unseen world of the iconic museums and attractions in New York, we are delighted to announce the second UK exhibition of work by Matthew Pillsbury - LONDON.
Freezing the passage of time is the camera's most conventional trick. American artist, Matthew Pillsbury, takes this further and his photographs capture the experience of time, both physically and psychologically. Utilising his definitive style of natural light and long exposure these new images capture the human traffic through the extraordinary and unseen spaces of London's business and cultural institutions and private rooms. The figures are absorbed in and illuminated by, back-lit displays and incidental lighting. Transitory and shadow-like as they pass against the permanence of the surroundings; the diverse environment and arch... Exposition Matthew Pillsbury LONDON Photographs by Matthew Pillsbury sponsored by Brahm
Further to his photographs of the unseen world of the iconic museums and attractions in New York, we are delighted to announce the second UK exhibition of work by Matthew Pillsbury - LONDON.
Freezing the passage of time is the camera's most conventional trick. American artist, Matthew Pillsbury, takes this further and his photographs capture the experience of time, both physically and psychologically. Utilising his definitive style of natural light and long exposure these new images capture the human traffic through the extraordinary and unseen spaces of London's business and cultural institutions and private rooms. The figures are absorbed in and illuminated by, back-lit displays and incidental lighting. Transitory and shadow-like as they pass against the permanenc...