June 10, 2014
Images by Phyllis Galembo have been included in a show at the Israel Museum entitled Face to Face: The Oldest Masks in the World. The exhibit consists of extremely rare, 9,000 stone masks and projects of Galembo's pieces showing modern day masks and their use in rituals and celebrations. The exhibit will be on display in Jerusalem through September.
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May 20, 2014
Opening 5/20 at the National Museum of the Marine Corps: Melissa Cacciola's "War and Peace" a series of tintype diptychs showing service men and women in uniform and civilian attire exploring war, identity and the meaning of serving their country.
Photo: Travis, Tintype, 2011 Melissa Cacciola
May 7, 2014
On Monday May 12 the Museum of the City of New York will be hosting a screening of Style Wars, a documentary produced by photographer Henry Chalfant. Made in 1983 the film won a Sundance Grand Jury prize and was the first documentary to truly examine hip hop culture. After the screening there will be a Q&A with Henry Chalfant, breakdancer Mr. Freeze and graffiti writer CRASH.
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April 11, 2014
We are honored to have our current exhibition Jerome Liebling:Matter of Life and Death featured in the New York Times and the New Yorker today. Liebling's images are featured on Lens, the New York Times photography blog, accompanied by a wonderful essay on the show written by James Estrin. Estrin studied under Liebling at Hampshire College in the 1970s. We're also very grateful to Vince Aletti for coming to see the show and sharing it on the New Yorker's Goings on About Town Art section. The show will remain up until April 19th.
To read the New York Times piece, click here.
To read the New Yorker review, click here.
April 11, 2014
April 11, 2014
Thank you to ARTINFO for naming us a must-see at AIPAD! The show is up April 10th - 13th. We are exhibiting in booth 205 with works from Melissa Cacciola, Miles Aldridge, Jerome Liebling, Henry Chalfant, Danny Fitzgerald, Robert Frank, Vivian Maier, Weegee, Andy Warhol and more.
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March 28, 2014
Opening March 29, The Harold Washington Library Center at the Chicago Public Library will be showing a selection of Vivian Maier images. The exhibition showcases images of Chicago particularly Maxwell Street and images of 1968's social unrest. The show will run from March 29-September 28, 2014 with a special screening of The Vivian Maier Mystery on April 24th at 6pm.
For more information on the exhibition, click here.
March 22, 2014
In this Sunday's New York Times John Anderson reviews the documentary Finding Vivian Maier. The narrative follows John Maloof as he tries to unravel the mystery of an unknown photographer whos captivating images remained secret during her lifetime until he bought her negatives at auction and released them to the public to wide acclaim. The film will be released in New York on Friday March 28.
Read the full story here.
More press for Finding Vivian Maier:
March 19, 2014
Last night at the Royal Television Society Awards in London, "Imagine....Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny's Pictures?" took home the award for Best Arts Program. A prestigious award, previous winners include "Lucian Freud: Painted Life" and "Baroque". "Imagine..." tells Maier's story and attempts to unwrap the mystery of her almost unfound images and the discovery which lead to a rapid climb to acclaim.
For more information on Vivian Maier, click here.
March 11, 2014
Bob Colacello, the editor of Warhol’s Interview magazine, spent that decade by Andy Warhol's side as employee, collaborator, wingman, and confidante. In the rerelease of Holy Terror, Colacello brings us into Andy's world: into the Factory office, into Studio 54, into wild celebrity-studded parties, and into the early-morning phone calls where the mysterious artist was at his most honest and vulnerable. Colacello gives us, as no one else can, a riveting portrait of this extraordinary man: brilliant, controlling, shy, insecure, and immeasurably influential. When Holy Terror was first published in 1990, it was hailed as the best of the Warhol accounts. Now, some two decades later, this portrayal retains its hold on readers—as does Andy’s timeless power to fascinate, galvanize, and move us.
Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up, An Insider's Portrait by Bob Colacello
Vintage Publications, introduction by Bob Colacello
To read more about Bob Colacello, click here.