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Gallery Spotlight 🌟Jane Deering Gallery will be joining us at OMG later this month, and we couldn’t be more excited. JDG presents contemporary art by established and emerging artists, both national and international, with a strong interest in artists living and working in Cape Ann, Massachusetts. The gallery also has a focus on contemporary Californian artists, and shows a selection of international artists represented by Purdy Hicks Gallery of London UK. We can’t wait to welcome them to Kingston, NY.
Take a look at the work of several represented artists, whose work will be exhibited throughout the OMG Faire weekend.
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We are very thrilled to be exhibiting work by artists who are utilising traditional photography techniques in new exciting ways!
Here you can see some of the photographs that will be presented at Photo London 2021!
Gregori Maiofis is joining us with his new series Mixed Reality which stands out for the new resources and content employed, using bromoil transfer, unique original print type, which he has been developing for over 20 years. His work will be shown with Shtager Gallery
Joni Sternbach uses both large format film and early photographic processes to create contemporary landscapes and seascapes. Works from her series SurfLand - SurfLand, which captures portraits of surfers in tintype - will be on view at Photo London 2021 with Black Box Projects.
Using a 19th Century lens, Takashi Arai has been making one daguerreotype every day for the past decade, thus creating an (almost) life-long calendar of his daily experiences and habitual encounters. His work will be exhibited with Purdy Hicks Gallery
Image: Gregori Maiofis, We Have Access to Dummies Only, 2019, 15, 70x80 cm, Bromoil transfer © Gregory Maiofis/Shtager Gallery;
Joni Sternbach, 11.03.17 #1 Kazzie, 2011, Surfland, 20.3 x 25.4 cm, Tintype, Unique © Joni Sternbach, Courtesy of Black Box Projects;
Takashi Arai, Spring Leaves, Kawasaki 12 March, 2020, Daily D type, Project, 6.3 x 6.3 cm, Unique Daguerreotype © Takashi Arai courtesy of Purdy Hicks Gallery
A selection of photographs from Diana Matar's 'My America' series is on view at the Musée de la photographie à Charleroi until 20.09.2020.
We had already presented you this impressive collection of over 300 photographs of sites where police killed civilians in the United States. By photographing these sites, Diana Matar has established timely photographic language as well as criticism of police brutality. Her photographs constantly emphasize the decline of the country's social structure. Although her photographs are of a classic style, she only uses an iPhone. She explains, “We wouldn't know anything about police murders without smartphones."
Diana Matar will be showing work from her series 'Tête-à-tête' (2019) with Purdy Hicks Gallery at Photo London this year. 'Tête-à-tête', was made during a residency at the Museo Archeologico di Napoli, where the artist focused on the collection of Roman portrait sculpture.
📸Diana Matar, Tête-à-tête 2, 4 and 1, all 2019. © Diana Matar Couretesy Purdy Hicks Gallery.
The Purdy Hicks Gallery in London is showing a solo exhibition of photographer Santeri Tuori until 28 March. For the new Water Lilies series, Tuori photographed ponds over a period of time; the works are layered images on top of each other taken from the same spot at different times.
As a result, the image becomes abstracted – no longer a specific record of the original pond and water lilies photographed by Tuori, but more the essence and memory of the place.
Image: Water Lilies 9, 2019, pigment print, 93.5 x 70 cm
Our latest blog post focuses on the drawings of emerging artists are exhibited among established figures at Purdy Hicks Gallery, united by their ability to show us the world we live in.
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We are glad to announce Pavel Pepperstein and Olga Chernysheva's participation in the international drawing exhibition in London. Project “Drawing a New World” curated by Alistair Hicks at Purdy Hicks Gallery, represents graphics as a mirror tool for the social reality reflections.