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Thilde Jensen

Canaries March 10 – April 22, 2012 Since World War II the production and use of synthetic chemicals has exploded. In the course of an average day, people come in contact with a host of chemicals. As a result of the prevalence of these synthetic chemicals, it is believed that more than ten million Americans […]

PHOTOGRAPHY NOW 2012

juried by Natasha Egan March 10 – April 22, 2012 Press Release → Serving as the juror for PHOTOGRAPHY NOW 2012 was at once a pleasure and a challenge. Nearly 300 submissions from artists across this nation covered a vast range of photographic styles, techniques, subjects, and ideas, and the eight projects that I ultimately selected […]

Charles Lindsay

CARBON November 2, 2011 – February 5, 2012 car•bon [kahr-buhn] (noun): A widely distributed element that is the physical basis of all living organisms. Carbon atoms are able to link with each other and with other atoms to form infinite varietes of chains and rings. Carbon occurs in a pure state as diamond and graphite, […]

Carla Shapiro

Rewriting Loss September 9 – October 10, 2011 In honor of those who died on 9/11, I hand copied the obituaries of 2500 of the victims of the World Trade Center from The New York Times. Each obituary was written in black ink on white vellum, a stiff translucent paper. I wrote for four hours […]

Carlos Loret de Mola

Being Upstate April 9 – May 30, 2011 This exhibition presents a selection of photographs from a project that I began in 2006 and am just now completing. In titling it “Being Upstate”, I am not suggesting that I know that much about Upstate New York. It is not really about New York State at […]

Lothar Osterburg

Piranesi November 13 – December 23, 2010 My work is driven by images which are burned into my memory and which persistently resurface. I recreate these images by building small-scale scenes quickly and intuitively from readily available, found materials. Continuously undoing and re-doing, I allow my imagination to fill gaps in my knowledge or to […]

Andrew Neumann

PARTLYCLOUDYMOSTLYSUNNY June 12 – September 12, 2010 — Introductory statement by Francisco J. Ricardo, Ph.D. If we were pressed to summarize the major practices of 20th century visual art, they could arguably fall into three principal ones: representation – depiction of experience as sensed in the world; formalism – experiments based on geometric or color […]

Justine Reyes

Vanitas January 9 – February 28, 2010 Taking inspiration from Dutch Vanitas paintings, these photographs incorporate personal artifacts within the traditional construct of still life. Pairing objects that belonged to my grandmother with my own possessions combines present and past and speaks to memory and personal legacy. Both the decomposition of the natural (such as […]

Dennis Stock

Woodstcok Generation August 8 – October 25, 2009 Woodstock Generation chronicles a chapter in American history; a time when the quest for new social systems drove young hippies into the most remote regions of the United States, forging a new way of life in the form of communes. Faced with the alienation they felt within […]