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Scott Daniel Ellison - Werewolf
Image: Scott Daniel Ellison, “Werewolf,” 2015, Acrylic on board, 11.75 x 8.75 inches.

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Brian Paul Clamp, Director

Nancy Burson’s work included in a show at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Image: Copyright Nancy Burson, “Warhead I (Reagan 55%, Brezhnev 45%, Thatcher less than 1%, Mitterand less than 1%, Deng less than 1%),” 1982, Gelatin silver print from computer-generated negative (Edition of 15), 14 x 11 inches, sheet. Nancy Burson’s work is included in “Camera Atomica” (curated by John O’Brian) at

Jill Greenberg has a solo pop-up show in The Hamptons

Over the 4th of July weekend, Jill Greenberg will have a solo pop-up show titled “Wet Panties” at The Mark Humphrey Gallery in Southampton curated by Carole Reed. The exhibition will feature selections from Greenberg’s three most recent series—“Glass Ceiling,” “Horse,” and “‘Paintings.’” The Mark Humphrey Gallery 95 Main Street

James Bidgood has a solo show in Berlin

James Bidgood has a solo exhibition on display at Galerie Koll and Friends in Berlin. This is the artist’s first solo show in Germany. The gallery is featuring ten of Bidgood’s iconic images from the 1960s with two of them on display in antique, 17th-century frames. Contact the gallery for

Arsenault’s successful show at Soho House West Hollywood

Congratulations to John Arsenault on his successful exhibition “For You!” at the Soho House West Hollywood! A wide selection of Arsenault’s floral images were featured for the month of May. This series was exhibited at ClampArt in late 2014. Soho House West Hollywood 9200 Sunset Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90069

David Armstrong, Nan Goldin, and Mark Morrisroe at the Whitney Museum

Image: Copyright Estate of David Armstrong (1954-2014), “French Chris, Rue André Antoine,” 1980, Gelatin silver print. All three artists in ClampArt’s current exhibition “Boston to New York” are simultaneously part of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s inaugural show “America Is Hard To See” in their new building at the

Frank Yamrus’ work in a three-person show at SF Camerawork

Frank Yamrus’ new series “A Sense of a Beginning” is included in a three-person show at SF Camerawork titled “Long-Term Survivor Project.” The other artists include Grahame Perry and Hunter Reynolds. The exhibition runs from June 4 to July 18, 2015. In celebration of annual Pride month and in honor

Lori Nix and Marc Yankus included in New Jack City

Left: Lori Nix, “Subway”; Right: Marc Yankus, “Stairs Building” Lori Nix and Marc Yankus are both included in the Humble Arts Foundation’s online exhibition New Jack City. One of the most common challenges I hear when speaking with photographers living and working in urban environments is the ability to make

Lori Nix has a solo museum show in Europe

Lori Nix has a solo exhibition titled “Lori Nix: The Power of Nature” on display at the Museum Schloss Moyland from May 10 – August 9, 2015. This is the artist’s first solo museum show in Europe. Lori Nix (b. 1969) is a storyteller par excellence. In her photographs she

Rachel Papo has a solo show at CPW

Rachel Papo has a solo exhibition titled “Homeschooled” on display at the Center for Photography Woodstock (CPW) from April 18 – June 14, 2015. For over a decade, the American-born Israeli photographer Rachel Papo has been examining the experience of youth within the framework of various cultural institutions. Papo’s photographic

Adam Ekberg monograph forthcoming in November

ClampArt is very happy to announce the publication of The Life of Small Things—Adam Ekberg’s first monograph (Waltz Books, Clothbound, 96 pages, 45 color plates, 11 x 9 inches). The book is due to be released in November 2015, and will include an introduction by Darius Himes, International Head of

Henry Horenstein has a solo show at PCNW

Henry Horenstein has a solo exhibition titled “Racing Days” on display at the the Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) in Seattle from April 9 – June 13, 2015. “Racing Days” presents black-and-white photographs of the thoroughbred racetracks across the United States, a project Henry Horenstein started in 1973. The images evoke

Lori Nix’s work in a show at The Lodge Gallery

Lori Nix’s work is featured in “Post Human Utopia” at The Lodge Gallery in New York City from April 22 – May 31, 2015. Will our ever-expanding footprint on the natural world lead to an ecological collapse and a mass extinction of the human race? Will it be our meteoric

Jan Rattia’s work at The Low Museum

Jan Rattia’s photography is featured in “#Masculinity” at The Low Museum in Atlanta, which opened on Monday, April 13, 2015. “Masculinity” denotes a combination of different elements, both human and nonhuman—behavioral (strength, violence, aggression), bodily (phalluses, muscles), aesthetic (dark, heavy, sharp)—which do not necessarily or naturally belong together. Unified, these

Lindsay Morris will be signing copies of You Are You at AIPAD

Lindsay Morris will be signing copies of her book, You Are You, at the ClampArt booth at The AIPAD Photography Show on Friday, April 17, 2015, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. You Are You documents an annual weekend summer camp for gender-nonconforming children and their families. This camp offers a

Amy Touchette’s work is featured in Warsaw

Image: Copyright Amy Touchette, “Sutton Street,” 2005, Gelatin silver print. Amy Touchette’s wonderful photo essay on The World Famous *BOB* was featured in a slidshow last week on March 31, 2015, at the Leica Gallery in Warsaw: Leica Gallery ul. Mysia 3, 3rd Floor Sródmiescie, Warsaw Poland The World Famous

Henry Horenstein’s film “Spoke”

Henry Horenstein’s film “Spoke” is a documentary on the Broken Spoke dance hall is Austin, Texas. It is now an official selection at four festivals: Chicago International Movies & Music Festival, April 16-9, 2015 Julien Dubuque International Film Festival, April 23-6, 2015 Austin Film Festival, October 29 – November 5,

Artist Pacifico Silano takes over the SVA MFA Instagram account

Image: Copyright Pacifico Silano, “Kiss,” 2012, Chromogenic print, 30 x 40 inches. Artist Pacifico Silano is taking over the School of Visual Arts MFA Photo/Video Instagram account, shaking things up from March 23-29, 2015. Follow Pacifico Silano @pacifico_photo and the SVA MFA Photo/Video program @mfaphotovideo. Pacifico writes: Hey there, @pacifico_photo

New work by Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber on display at apexart

Image: Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber, “Observatory,” 2015, Archival pigment print. New work by Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber is included in “Feel Big Live Small” at apexart in New York City from March 19 – May 16, 2015. Rachel Nuwer writes: Archeologists excavating ancient Egyptian tombs in the 19th

Adam Ekberg at SPE 2015

Image: Adam Ekberg, “A camera in the forest,” 2008, Archival pigment print. Artist Adam Ekberg spoke at the Society for Photographic Education’s 2015 Conference on Friday, March 13, 2015. The title of his talk was “Creating Temporal Environments,” and he addressed his ongoing artwork: My work over the last 10