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Multiple Artists: Salt & Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860

September 8 - December 8

1130 State St Santa Barbara, CA +

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Multiple Artists: Salt & Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860

September 8 - December 8

Featuring more than 100 seldom-displayed salt prints from the Wilson Centre for Photography, this extraordinary exhibition provides a rare chance to experience some of the earliest photographs ever made, by many of the most important and groundbreaking figures in the history of the photographic medium. Salt and Silver surveys the first two decades of photography’s evolution through the salt paper print process, unveiled in 1839 by the English scientist and scholar William Henry Fox Talbot. Talbot’s invention was a scientific and artistic breakthrough that created an entirely new visual experience. The technique—which used the simple compounds of salt and silver—was efficient, portable, and versatile, traits that allowed the practice of photography to spread across the globe from the early 1840s onward. Featuring the work of more than 40 practitioners, Salt and Silver traces their networks and geographical reach from England into Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, India, China, and North America. The presentation at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art represents the final opportunity to see this exhibition after being on view at Tate Britain, London; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT, and the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College, Claremont, CA. Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840–1860 has been organized by the Wilson Centre for Photography with the Yale Center for British Art.

 Image: Studio of Mathew Brady. Mathew Brady, Sixth Corps Staff Officers, Winter of 1864, 1864. Salted paper print from a glass plate negative. Courtesy of the Wilson Centre for Photography.

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State St Santa Barbara, CA 93101

805.963.4364

Open Tues-Sun 11-5


Photojournalists: World Press Photo 2019 Exhibitions

July 12 - August 25

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Photojournalists: World Press Photo 2019 Exhibitions

July 12 - August 25

10 Corso Como Gallery and Fondazione Sozzani are pleased to present The World PressPhoto 2019exhibition. Considered the world’s leading competition for press photographers, photojournalists, and documentary photographers, the annual photo contest awards photographers for the best images contributing to the past year of visual journalism

This year, the contest saw 4,738 photographers from 129 countries enter 78,801 images. An independent jury comprising leading photography professionals, including Whitney Johnson from National Geographic and Paul Moakley from TIME,selected 43 photographers from 25 countries: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Syria, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and Venezuela. Of these nominees, 14 photographers are women (32%), a significant increase from last year’s 12%.

The awards are divided into eight categories: Contemporary Issues, Environment, General News, LongTerm Projects, Nature, Portraits,Sports and Spot News. Both single shot and digital stories are honored.




Mira Burack: Sleeping Between the Sun and the Moon

June 22 - August 31

516 Central Ave SW Albuquerque, NM +

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Mira Burack: Sleeping Between the Sun and the Moon

June 22 - August 31


516 ARTS

516 Central Ave SW Albuquerque, NM 87102

505.242.1445

info@516arts.org

Open Tues-Sat 12-5pm


Arden Surdam: Offal

June 27 - August 30

9 Clinton Street, New York, NY, +

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Arden Surdam: Offal

June 27 - August 30


ABXY

9 Clinton Street, New York, NY, United States

1.646.964.5510

support@abxy.co

Open Wed-Sat 12-7, Sun 12-5


Joe Vitone: Joe Vitone: Family Records

April 27 - October 27

One South High Akron, OH +

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Joe Vitone: Joe Vitone: Family Records

April 27 - October 27

Joe Vitone: Family Records is an ongoing series of portraits of photographer Joe Vitone’s relatives living in and around Akron, Ohio. Begun in 1998, this body of work documents evolving interpersonal connections between parents and children, siblings, spouses, cousins and other relations within working class communities of the Rust Belt region. Shot each summer when the artist—now based in Austin, Texas—travels back to Ohio, this series features scenes from festivities such as birthday parties and weddings as well as intimate portraits set outside homes and workplaces. Touched by celebrations and struggles including marriage, divorce, addiction, new homes, unemployment, new jobs and babies, the lives of Vitone’s relatives reflect experiences common to families across the United States.

Vitone prints his images, which he captures using 8 x 10-inch and 4 x 5-inch view cameras, in both black and white and color. Featuring 55 works photographed in Akron proper, as well as in surrounding communities including Barberton, Stow and Marshallville, Family Records marks the first time a selection from this series has been exhibited in Northeast Ohio.

Joe Vitone: Family Records is organized by the Akron Art Museum with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and the Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation.


Akron Art Museum

One South High Akron, OH 44308

330.376.9185

Open Wed-Sun 11-5, Thur 11-9


Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age

June 9 - November 10

258 Main St Ridgefield, CT +

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Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age

June 9 - November 10

The Aldrich presents the first East Coast exhibition of artist Sara Cwynar (b. 1985), whose practice spans photography, video, installation and bookmaking and surveys the transitory object-life of visual matter in our time of image infatuation. The exhibition features new and recent work by the artist. Using an accumulative archive of images and objects, culled from libraries, public archives, dollar stores, and eBay, Cwynar combines archival imagery and out-of-date objects with new digital technologies and archaic analogue processes to expose how images are produced, trafficked and mimed over time. Cwynar’s first museum publication, with an essay by Amy Smith-Stewart, the exhibition’s curator, accompanies the show.


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Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

258 Main St Ridgefield, CT 06877

203.438.4519

Open Wed-Mon 12-5, Sat 10-5



Collier Schorr: Collier Schorr: Stonewall at 50

May 19 - September 30

2 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY +

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Collier Schorr: Collier Schorr: Stonewall at 50

May 19 - September 30

The Alice Austen House presents ‘Stonewall at 50’, an exhibition by artist Collier Schorr. 15 intergenerational portraits of LGBTQ+ activists and artists, celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. This project, generated by partnerships made in the Stonewall 50 Consortium, an organization committed to producing programming, exhibitions, and educational materials related to the Stonewall uprising and/or the history of the LGBTQ civil rights movement, brings together participants of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising with activists who have followed in their footsteps.

As part of the heady New York art world of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Collier Schorr’s early work mined the vernacular of postmodernism to create photographs that toe the line between documentary and fiction. Often using her subjects allegorically, Schorr’s work navigates the auspices of identity politics to ask beguiling questions about the nomenclature of selfhood. By introducing autobiographical referents and post-appropriation aesthetics into her practice, Schorr’s ongoing body of work negotiates the fluid nature of authorship and performance in relation to portraiture.

Produced by Paul Moakley and Victoria Munro

Funded by the  Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual ArtsRobert Mapplethorpe FoundationThe Shelley and Donald Rubin FoundationHumanities NYNew York Community TrustNew York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts


Alice Austen House Museum

2 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10305

718.816.4506

Open Tues-Sun 11-5



Cornell Capa, Richard Avedon, Philip Trager, and others: Shutter Speed

July 30 - December 15

Oberlin College, 87 N Main St, Oberlin, Ohio +

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Cornell Capa, Richard Avedon, Philip Trager, and others: Shutter Speed

July 30 - December 15

Comprising more than 60 works on paper from the AMAM collection, Shutter Speed explores the ability of photography to capture movement, particularly of the human body. The exhibition spans the history of photography, from the late 19th century to the end of the 20th, stretching from Eadweard Muybridge’s attempts to arrest motion with the camera shutter to Harold Edgerton’s experiments with the stroboscope, and on to Sarah Charlesworth’s appropriated images of falling subjects.

Not coincidentally, Shutter Speed also features many photographs of dancers and athletes, including recently acquired vernacular photographs from the Peter J. Cohen Collection. Conveying the elegance, physicality, fluidity, and velocity of the human body traversing space requires technical expertise and a deep sensitivity, both of which are in evidence in photographs by Cornell Capa, Richard Avedon, Philip Trager, and others. Together these images of movement attest to our fascination with the camera’s ability to catch “the moment,” in the words of André Kertész, “when something changes into something else.”

Organized by Ellen Johnson ’33 Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Andrea Gyorody, with assistance from Amy Baylis ’20.


Allen Memorial Art Museum

Oberlin College, 87 N Main St, Oberlin, Ohio 44074

440.775.8665

Open Tues-Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5



Sara VanDerBeek: Roman Women

June 27 - August 30

49 Geary St San Francisco, CA +

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Sara VanDerBeek: Roman Women

June 27 - August 30


Altman Siegel Gallery

49 Geary St San Francisco, CA 94108

415.576.9300

Open Tues-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5



David Levinthal: American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs

June 7 - October 14

Eighth & F St NW Washington, DC +

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David Levinthal: American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs

June 7 - October 14

Populated with toy cowboys and cavalry, Barbie dolls and baseball players, David Levinthal’s photographs reference iconic images and events that shaped postwar American society. Despite their playful veneer, Levinthal’s images provide a lens through which to examine the myths and stereotypes lurking within our most beloved pastimes and enduring heroes. In doing so, Levinthal encourages us to consider the stories we tell about ourselves—what it means to be strong, beautiful, masculine, feminine, and ultimately, American.

American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs brings together six of the artist’s best-known bodies of work to explore some myths found in American popular culture and their place in our collective memory. Created between 1984 and 2018, the series Modern Romance, American Beauties, Wild West, Barbie, Baseball, and History all explore quintessentially American themes and imagery. The exhibition includes more than 70 color photographs drawn from two recent gifts to SAAM. The exhibition is organized by Joanna Marsh, SAAM’s Deputy Education Chair, Head of Interpretation and Audience Research.


Smithsonian American Art Museum

Eighth & F St NW Washington, DC 20004

202.633.1000

Open daily 11:30-7



Justin Mott: No Man’s Land

June 6 - September 15

143 Ludlow St New York, NY +

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Justin Mott: No Man’s Land

June 6 - September 15


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Anastasia Photo

143 Ludlow St New York, NY 10002

212.677.9725

kaley@anastasia-photo.com

Open Tues-Sat 10-6



Sara Abbaspour, Laura Barron, Rydel Cerezo, Alex Huanfa Cheng, Rose Marie Cromwell, Esther Hovers, Mateo Gomez Garcia, Delio Jasse, Lilly Lulay, Noritaka Minami, Alice Quaresma, Adam Pape, Carlo Rusca, Josh Schaedel, Michele Sibiloni, Chanell Stone, Leonard Suryajaya, Dustin Thierry, Bryan Thomas, Sally Tosti, Shelli Weiler, Yana Wernicke, Hal WIlsdon: 2019 Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities

July 25 - August 29

547 W 27th St, 4th floor, New York, NY +

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Sara Abbaspour, Laura Barron, Rydel Cerezo, Alex Huanfa Cheng, Rose Marie Cromwell, Esther Hovers, Mateo Gomez Garcia, Delio Jasse, Lilly Lulay, Noritaka Minami, Alice Quaresma, Adam Pape, Carlo Rusca, Josh Schaedel, Michele Sibiloni, Chanell Stone, Leonard Suryajaya, Dustin Thierry, Bryan Thomas, Sally Tosti, Shelli Weiler, Yana Wernicke, Hal WIlsdon: 2019 Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities

July 25 - August 29

The twenty-three artists selected for Aperture’s 2019 Summer Open exhibition, Delirious Cities, explore how photographs can define the diversity of urban experience today. The Summer Open is curated by Brendan Embser, managing editor, Aperture magazine; Matthew Leifheit, artist and editor of MATTE magazine; Chiara Bardelli Nonino, photo editor, Vogue Italia and L’Uomo VogueAzu Nwagbogu, director of African Artists’ Foundation and LagosPhoto; and Guadalupe Rosales, artist and founder of Veteranas & Rucas and Map Pointz.


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Aperture Gallery & Bookstore

547 W 27th St, 4th floor, New York, NY 10001

212.505.5555

info@aperture.org

Open Wed-Sat 10-5:30