Museum of Fine Arts, Houston acquires Manjari Sharma’s “Maa Laxmi”

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston acquires Manjari Sharma’s “Maa Laxmi”

Image: © Manjari Sharma, “Maa Laxmi,” 2011, Archival pigment print (Edition of 2), 60 x 48 inches. ClampArt is pleased to share that the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has acquired a second photograph from Manjari Sharma’s “Darshan” series. “Maa Laxmi” joins “Maa Saraswati” in the museum’s permanent collection. The

Artist talk with Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, 01.13.2018 at ClampArt

Artist talk with Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, 01.13.2018 at ClampArt

Above: Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, “Arch,” 2015, Archival pigment print; Below: Installation view of diorama objects constructed for photographs of “Empire” On Saturday, 01.13.2018, at 3.00 pm, artists Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber will discuss the creation of artworks from their exhibition “Empire“: Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber have been making

Marc Yankus has 18-page portfolio in Issue 02 of August magazine

Marc Yankus has 18-page portfolio in Issue 02 of <em>August</em> magazine

The recently-launched August journal is a “new kind of travel magazine: Each issue focuses on one location, immersing the reader in its rich art, architecture, and design scene, and sharing encounters with locals, their habits, and their pleasures—in other words, the sights and souls that form the fabric of each

ClampArt exhibiting at PULSE Miami Beach 2017

ClampArt exhibiting at PULSE Miami Beach 2017

Image: ©Lissa Rivera, “Green Corridor,” 2017. Visit ClampArt at PULSE Miami Beach 2017! The fair is taking place Thursday, December 7th through Sunday, December 10th, 2017. We will be in South Tent (Booth S-101) exhibiting a solo installation of work by PULSE Prize nominee Lissa Rivera (including brand-new work from

Works by Jill Greenberg in “Indecisive Moment” at Purdue University

Works by Jill Greenberg in “Indecisive Moment” at Purdue University

Two of Jill Greenberg’s “Paintings” are on view in the exhibition “Indecisive Moment” at Purdue University through December 9, 2017. Curated by Liz Erlewine and Min Kim Park, the exhibition explores photography as a “medium of technology and exploration”: Photography has always been experimental. In the early days of photography,

Lissa Rivera’s “Beautiful Boy” on view at National Arts Club

Lissa Rivera’s “Beautiful Boy” on view at National Arts Club

Artworks from photographer Lissa Rivera’s series “Beautiful Boy” will be on view in a solo exhibition at the National Arts Club in New York City through November 25, 2017: Photographer and curator Lissa Rivera presents “Beautiful Boy,” an investigation of the visual language of femininity that is deeply embedded in

Work by Chuck Samuels on view at Museo de Arte Moderno

Work by Chuck Samuels on view at Museo de Arte Moderno

Above: Installation view of Chuck Samuels, “After Bellocq,” second from left. Work by photographer Chuck Samuels is on view in the exhibition the most beautiful part/la parte más bella at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City: The Ministry of Culture and the National Institute of Fine Arts, through

Nix/Gerber lecture at University of KY Art Museum

Nix/Gerber lecture at University of KY Art Museum

Above: © Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, “Library,” 2007, Archival pigment print. As part of the R.C. May Photography Endowment Lecture Series, a selection of photographs from Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber’s series “The City” will be on view at the University of Kentucky Art Museum today through December 3, 2017: Lori

Michael Massaia in “Sweet Tooth” at Shelburne Museum

Michael Massaia in “Sweet Tooth” at Shelburne Museum

Above: © Michael Massaia, “Sponge Bob,” 2014, Archival pigment print. Three works from Michael Massaia’s series “Transmogrify #1—Melting Ice Cream Pops” will be on view in the exhibition “Sweet Tooth: The Art of Dessert,” opening this week at the Shelburne Art Museum in Vermont: “Sweet Tooth: The Art of Dessert”

Jesse Burke artworks in three museum exhibitions opening in September

Jesse Burke artworks in three museum exhibitions opening in September

Above: Installation view of Jesse Burke’s artworks at the opening of “Made Masculine” at the UNH Museum of Art (plus two of the artist’s littles!) Artworks by Jesse Burke will be on view in three museum exhibitions opening in September: “Made Masculine” at the University of New Hampshire Museum of

Jill Greenberg artworks in “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska

Jill Greenberg artworks in “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska

Above: Installation views of “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska Photographs by Jill Greenberg are currently on view in the exhibition “Like A Horse” at Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition will be on view through September 3, 2017, and is accompanied by a book of the same title published by

Lissa Rivera: Magnum Photography Award 2017 winner

Lissa Rivera: Magnum Photography Award 2017 winner

©Lissa Rivera, “Blindfold,” 2016, Archival pigment print. Lissa Rivera’s “Beautiful Boy” was listed among six “Series Winners” of this year’s Magnum Photography Awards, having taken top spot in the “Portrait” category. Winners were selected by an international jury including Alec Soth, Lesley Martin, Susan Meiselas, Sarah Leen, Azu Nwagbogu, David

Work by Nancy Burson on view in The Polaroid Project

Work by Nancy Burson on view in <em>The Polaroid Project</em>

©Nancy Burson, “Untitled,” 1989, Polaroid from computer-generated negative (Unique) Work by Nancy Burson is currently on view in the exhibition “The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology” at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas. The exhibition will be on view through September

Rachel Papo artworks in “re:collection” at MoCP in Chicago

Rachel Papo artworks in “re:collection” at MoCP in Chicago

Installation view of Rachel Papo’s photographs at MoCP Photographs from Rachel Papo’s series “Serial No. 3817131” will be on view in the exhibition “re:collection” at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago from July 13 – October 1, 2017. There will be an opening reception at the museum on Thursday,

Work by Jesse Burke & Rachel Papo on view in The Fence 2017

Work by Jesse Burke & Rachel Papo on view in The Fence 2017

Congratulations to Jesse Burke and Rachel Papo, whose photographs were selected for the public art exhibition THE FENCE 2017! Photographs from Rachel Papo’s series “Homeschooled” will be on view in seven cities nationwide, starting with Brooklyn Bridge Park on June 27th. Photographs from Jesse Burke’s series “Wild & Precious” will

Lissa Rivera in “The Future is Female” at SaveArtSpace

Lissa Rivera in “The Future is Female” at SaveArtSpace

Lissa Rivera’s photograph “Boudoir” will be on view in the SaveArtSpace exhibition “The Future is Female” at The Storefront Project in New York City from July 7 – July 16, 2017: SaveArtSpace brings public art to New York City, showcasing local female artists on advertising spaces throughout the area beginning

Jill Greenberg and Lissa Rivera in “On Beauty”

Jill Greenberg and Lissa Rivera in “On Beauty”

Left: ©Jill Greenberg, “Untitled (Masculinity),” 2016; Right: Lissa Rivera, “Eggleston Hair,” 2015. Artworks by Jill Greenberg and Lissa Rivera are included in the Humble Arts Foundation online group exhibition On Beauty. From the essay by Roula Seikaly: ‘On Beauty’ may be the most open-ended call for images that Humble Arts

Henry Horenstein “Honky Tonk” at Newport Art Museum

Henry Horenstein “Honky Tonk” at Newport Art Museum

Henry Horenstein’s exhibition “Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music” will be on view at the Newport Art Museum from June 9 – August 13, 2017, with an opening reception at the museum on June 8th from 5-7pm. Henry Horenstein began documenting the country-music scene nearly fifty years ago. Having spent

Manjari Sharma in “Talking Pictures” exhibition at The Met

Manjari Sharma in “Talking Pictures” exhibition at The Met

Photography by Manjari Sharma will be on view in “Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City from June 27 – December 17, 2017: Over the past decade, mobile phone cameras have changed how photographs are made, used, and looked at. Photography