Works by Greenberg and Ekberg included in “Photography is Magic”

Works by Greenberg and Ekberg included in “Photography is Magic”

Left: Jill Greenberg, “160502 Painting 032,” 2016, Ultrachome ink on canvas, 61 x 58 inches. Right: Adam Ekberg, “Eclipse,” 2012, Archival pigment print. This year’s Aperture Summer Open, curated by Charlotte Cotton, features artworks by Jill Greenberg and Adam Ekberg in the exhibition “Photography is Magic”: Aperture’s 2016 Summer Open

John Arsenault’s work included in “WE:AMEricans”

John Arsenault’s work included in “WE:AMEricans”

Image: John Arsenault, “Exit (Self Portrait),” 2012, Archival pigment print (Edition of 5), 13.5 x 13.5 inches. John Arsenault’s photograph “Exit (Self Portrait)” will be on view in an exhibition at Station Independent Projects in NYC. Curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel, “WE:AMEricans” opens on Thursday, July 7, 2016, and will

Frances F. Denny’s solo show at The Open Aperture opens June 25, 2016

Frances F. Denny’s solo show at The Open Aperture opens June 25, 2016

Image: Frances F. Denny, “Across the Universe,” 2015, Archival pigment print. Frances F. Denny’s one-woman show “Pink Crush” opens on Saturday, June 25, 2016, at The Open Aperture art gallery in Newport, Rhode Island. Images from her “Pink Crush” and “Let Virtue Be Your Guide” series will be on view

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

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

Aziz + Cucher’s work on display at the Children’s Museum

Aziz + Cucher’s work on display at the Children’s Museum

Aziz + Cucher’s work is featured in “Pixelated: Sum of Its Pieces” at the Children’s Museum of the Arts from January 22 – May 3, 2015. “Pixelated: Sum of Its Pieces” brings together emerging and mid-career artists whose work explores different means of perception. For better or worse, our lives

Lori Nix and Scott Daniel Ellison are included in Girls’ Club exhibition

Lori Nix and Scott Daniel Ellison are included in Girls’ Club exhibition

Left: Scott Daniel Ellison, “The Birthday Party,” 2009, Acrylic on panel, 6 x 6 inches. Right: Lori Nix, “Beauty Shop,” 2010, Archival pigment print. Both Scott Daniel Ellison and Lori Nix have artworks featured in the Girl’s Club’s exhibition, “The Moment. The Backdrop. The Persona.” (November 7, 2014 – September

Marc Yankus’ work included in “Traces: Photographs of India”

Marc Yankus’ work included in “Traces: Photographs of India”

Image: Marc Yankus, “Two Men with Turbans,” 2014, Archival pigment print (Edition of 15), 17 x 11 inches. On a recent trip to India, ClampArt’s own Marc Yankus, known for his highly detailed and slightly surreal images of New York City buildings, was able to capture a number of striking

Amy Touchette featured at Photoville

Amy Touchette featured at Photoville

Image: From “McCarren Park Pool Locker Room” by Amy Touchette. Known for her “portrait profile” series, Amy Touchette’s most recent work is dedicated to the vulnerable subject of young women at Greenpoint, Brooklyn’s McCarren Park Pool locker room. This work is being displayed as part of We Live in Brooklyn,

James Bidgood included in Permanency at the Leslie Lohman Museum

James Bidgood included in <em>Permanency</em> at the Leslie Lohman Museum

Image: James Bidgood, “Willow Tree (Bruce Kirkman),” mid-1960s. The Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art recently acquired Willow Tree by James Bidgood from ClampArt for their permanent collection. The photograph will be on display from August 14 – September 28, 2014, as part of the exhibition Permanency: Selections

Henry Horenstein’s solo show opens at Endicott College

Henry Horenstein’s solo show opens at Endicott College

Image: Copyright Henry Horenstein, “Ponderosa,” Near Pikeville, Kentucky, 1974, Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 inches (sheet). Photographs from Henry Horenstein’s series “Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music” will be on view at Endicott College’s Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts through October 17th, 2014. Honky Tonk is a

Manjari Sharma’s work displayed as part of The Fence 2014

Manjari Sharma’s work displayed as part of The Fence 2014

Image: Manjari Sharma, “Maa Kali,” 2013 Work from “Darshan,” a series of photographs by Manjari Sharma depicting Hindu gods and goddesses is being displayed as a part of Photoville’s project, The Fence. Now in its third year, The Fence is a 1,000-foot-long outdoor photographic installation that draws 1.5 million visitors

Join ClampArt for the 5th annual Chelsea Art Walk!

Join ClampArt for the 5th annual Chelsea Art Walk!

Join ClampArt and over one hundred Chelsea galleries and studios for the 5th Annual Chelsea Art Walk on Thursday, July 24, 5.00-8.00 pm. The neighborhood will welcome visitors on Thursday, July 24th, for the 5th Annual Chelsea Art Walk, when galleries will be open late until 8.00 pm. Free and

Manjari Sharma’s Lord Brahma included in the Aperture Foundation’s Summer Open

Manjari Sharma’s <em>Lord Brahma</em> included in the Aperture Foundation’s Summer Open

Image: Manjari Sharma, “Lord Brahma,” 2013. The Aperture Foundation’s “Summer Open” exhibition features 103 prints from 97 different artists selected by Executive Director, Chris Boot, from over 860 submissions, and is organized by visual category. One of the selections, under the ‘Flowers’ category, is our own Manjari Sharma’s Lord Brahma

Lori Nix’s work is included in Interiors at Flowers Gallery

Lori Nix’s work is included in <em>Interiors</em> at Flowers Gallery

Image: Lori Nix, “Anatomy Classroom,” 2012, Archival pigment print Recent Guggenheim grant winner Lori Nix has work included in a group show about interiors at Flowers Gallery, July 17th – August 30th, 2014. Lori Nix creates her subject matter to photograph dangerous and catastrophic scenes. Through models and dioramas, she

James Bidgood included in group show about classical nudes

James Bidgood included in group show about classical nudes

Image: James Bidgood, “Pan,” late 1960s, Digital C-print. James Bidgood’s image “Pan” is on display as part of a group show at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum at the University of Southern California. The exhibition, titled “The Classical Nude and the Making of Queer History,” investigates the centrality of

Solo show of Rafael Soldi’s photographs at the Griffin Museum of Photography

Solo show of Rafael Soldi’s photographs at the Griffin Museum of Photography

Image: Rafael Soldi, “I’m Here, You’re There,” 2011, Archival pigment print Rafael Soldi’s solo show of photographs will be on display at the Atelier Gallery at the Griffin Museum of Photography from July 10 – August 31, 2014: The exhibition “Sentiment” in the Atelier Gallery is the first solo exhibition

Brian Paul Clamp and Mary Ellen Mark jury exhibition for PPAC

Brian Paul Clamp and Mary Ellen Mark jury exhibition for PPAC

Gallery director Brian Paul Clamp and esteemed photographer Mary Ellen Mark juried the “5th Annual Contemporary Photography Competition & Exhibition” for the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, which opens on Thursday, June 12th, from 6.00 to 9.00 pm. Photographs by 44 artists are included in the show. “5th Annual Contemporary Photography

Jesse Burke’s work included in a group show at the PRC in Boston

Jesse Burke’s work included in a group show at the PRC in Boston

The Photographic Resource Center in Boston is participating in Flash Forward 2014. Set within the Boston cityscape, Flash Forward is a four-day photography festival (May 1-4) that offers networking events and educational programming, such as panels and lectures by respected industry professionals, indoor and outdoor exhibitions, and nightly events. Running

Jill Greenberg retrospective at Fotografiska museum in Sweden

Jill Greenberg retrospective at Fotografiska museum in Sweden

Jill Greenberg’s retrospective “Work 2001-2011” will be on display at Fotografiska museum in Sweden from December 13, 2013 – February 9, 2014: The American artist and photographer Jill Greenberg developed her artistic practice during the infancy of the digital revolution. In 1990, her life as an artist and photographer was