Mark Steinmetz Finds Beauty at the Atlanta Airport
For the High Museum‘s “Picturing the South” series of commissions, photographer Mark Steinmetz chooses to focus on a place one does not usually enjoy–the airport, specifically Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International, the most heavily trafficked airport in the world. Steinmetz closely considers the activity and interactions that take place at this crossroads of the contemporary South in 60 never-before-exhibited photographs.
The exhibition will run through June 3, 2018.
Click HERE to read Virginie Kippelen’s interview with the artist in ArtsAtl.
Click HERE to view more of Steinmetz’ work on our Artsy site.
Marc Katano at Leslie Sacks
Marc Katano at Leslie Sacks Gallery, Los Angeles
March 3 through April 14, 2018
Leslie Sacks Gallery
2525 Michigan Avenue, B6
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Artist Talk with Marc Katano
Saturday, March 24th at 1:00 PM
Peter Mitchell's "Viking 4 Space Mission" at Belfast Exposed Gallery
Belfast Exposed presents, A New Refutation of the Viking 4 Space Mission by Peter Mitchell, the first major solo exhibition of the British colour documentary photographer on the island of Ireland.
January 12 – February 24, 2018
Click HERE to view available Mitchell works on our Artsy site.
Jim Goldberg’s "Rich and Poor" resonates as economic gap continues to widen
January 24 – April 8, 2018
Main Gallery, Ryerson Image Centre
Presented with Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography
Curated by Paul Roth and Ilana Shamoon, assisted by Christine McLean
From 1977 to 1985, photographer Jim Goldberg worked with both impoverished and affluent residents of California’s San Francisco Bay area to realize the series Rich and Poor. His powerful portraits, inscribed with revealing self-observations by the people he photographed, captured the social and economic divide increasingly prevalent in the United States.
“…Goldberg’s project is on perhaps its fullest public view ever and its timing is uncanny: 40-plus images, as well as his notes and planning documentation as he prepared to embark on what, even then, struck him as an unbridgeable rift between have and have not that’s since widened by a staggering degree.”
Raymond Saunders in Way Bay at BAMPFA
Raymond Saunders featured in survey of Bay Area Art
The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) opens its 2018 exhibition program with a sweeping exploration of the creative energies that have emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area over the past 200 years. An innovatively organized exhibition of art and film, plus poetry, performance documentation, and archival materials, Way Bay features nearly 200 works that reveal the depth and diversity of artists’ engagement with the region’s geographic, social, and cultural landscape.
January 24 – June 3, 2018.
Click HERE to view Saunders’ works on our Artsy site.
Click HERE for Way Bay press release.
Robert Wilhite: New Wirtz Artist
Robert Wilhite: New Wirtz Artist
We are pleased to be representing Robert Wilhite, whose 45-year career includes sculpture, painting, drawing, design, and both theatrical and sound performances.
To view more of Wilhite’s work on our Artsy page, click HERE.
New Online Exhibition: The Players
Mark Steinmetz’ series “The Players” (1986-1990) presents the emotional world of Little League Baseball, conveying a sense of the individual in each image, ranging from displays of enthusiasm, boredom, confidence, and hesitancy.
November 16 – December 29, 2017.
Click HERE to view the entire exhibition on Artsy.
Doug Rickard in group show "The Photographic"
The Photographic is a two-part group exhibition spread over two years that aims to gauge the significance of photography today. The first part, Other Pictures, demonstrates an intergenerational concern with the photographic image at a moment when its discourse is subject to a process of historicization, particularly in the context of new media.
The following artists and photographers are among those engaged for this first part, The Photographic I – Other Pictures: Lewis Baltz, Tina Barney, Mohamed Bourouissa, Moyra Davey, Marc De Blieck, Sara Deraedt, Patrick Faigenbaum, Peter Fraser, Alair Gomes, Jitka Hanzlová, Roni Horn, Stephanie Kiwitt, Aglaia Konrad, Jochen Lempert, Zoe Leonard, Jean-Luc Moulène, Zanele Muholi, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Trevor Paglen, Doug Rickard, Torbjørn Rødland, Michael Schmidt, Arne Schmitt, Allan Sekula, Ahlam Shibli, Malick Sidibé, Dayanita Singh, Wolfgang Tillmans, Marc Trivier and Tobias Zielony.
October 7, 2017 – January 7, 2018
Click HERE to see more of Rickard’s work on our Artsy page.
David Pace and Stephen Wirtz in "Recollected: Photography and the Archive"
Recollected: Photography and the Archive takes up photography as a medium and source material, as well as the practice of archiving and organizing. Included is the series WIREPHOTO, a collaboration between David Pace and Stephen Wirtz that re-interprets historical images from World War II that were transmitted by wire or radio wave for subsequent publication in newspapers or magazines. It is an investigation of the history of photography as much as a consideration of the portrayal of war.
Also included in Recollected are works by Chris Dorosz, Ian Everard, Doug Hall, Hung Liu, Kija Lucas, Sean McFarland, Nigel Poor, Dina Rubiolo, Pamela Wilson Ryckman, Tina Takemoto, and Catherine Wagner.
September 23 – Novemeber 16, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, Septmeber 23, 1-3pm
Free Public Program: Thursday, October 19th, 2–4pm
Selected artists from the exhibition present their work, introduced by SFSU Art History Professor Dr. Gwen Allen
Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University
Fine Arts Building Room 238
1600 Holloway Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94132
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm, and by appointment.
Click HERE for more information on the exhibition.
Raymond Saunders in "Soul of a Nation" at the Tate Modern
Raymond Saunders’ iconic painting, Jack Johnson is included in the Tate Modern’s current exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, which looks at the vital contribution of Black artists to American art and history in the 60s and 70s. Also included is Saunders’ self-published 1967 pamphlet Black is a Color, which argues that African American artists need not be limited by racial representations, and argues against the concept of “black” art as a potentially degrading restriction.
To learm more about the exhibition, click HERE.
See more of Saunders’ work on our Artsy page.
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power runs through October 22, 2017 at the Tate Modern in London.