Please visit ClampArt at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in Miami Beach on December 6-9, 2018.
PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
The gallery is exhibiting in Booth S-217 featuring a selection of works by Daniel Handal and Pipo Nguyen-duy.
For more information, contact the gallery or visit https://www.pulseartfair.com/.
Blog post by:
Raechel McCarthy, Director
Images: (l) ©Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, “Subway,” 2012, Archival pigment print.; (r) ©Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, “Laundromat at Night,” 2008, Archival pigment print.
Work by Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber is on view in the group exhibition “Anthropocenic: Art About the Natural World in the Human Era” at the Bates College Museum of Art through March 23, 2019:
Anthropocenic: Art About the Natural World in the Human Era is a topical and compelling group exhibition by artists who make art about nature, the natural world, and our effect on and interrelation with it in the 21st century. The artists explore the relationship of humans to the world with widely varied conceptual strategies, artistic practices, and media. Some address the human impact on the natural world directly, while for others the relationship to the Anthropocene is more oblique. The exhibiting artists work in most media from painting and sculpture to video and infographics. Some of the strategies they employ include incorporating the sciences and other disciplines into their work; working with teams of artists, scientists, students, and others; and creating project-based works exploring the theme.
“Anthropocenic: Art About the Natural World in the Human Era”
October 27, 2018 – March 23, 2019
Bates College Museum of Art
2 Andrews Road
Lewiston, Maine 04240
Browse Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber’s work at ClampArt
Blog post by:
Raechel McCarthy, Director
Image: © Susan Barnett, “Stop Violence,” 2010, Digital c-print. A solo exhibition of work by Susan Barnett is on view in “T-Shirt Truth” at Kunsthal Rotterdam through December 16, 2018: In 2009 American photographer Susan Barnett started taking pictures of people on the street with outspoken T-shirts. In contrast to
Image: © Estate of Mark Morrisroe (Ringier Collection) at Fotomuseum Winterthur, “Blow Both of Us,” 1978/1986, Vintage chromogenic print (negative sandwich). Artworks by Mark Morrisroe and David Armstrong will be on view in “Under a Dismal Boston Skyline” at Boston University’s Stone Gallery from September 14 through October 28, 2018:
Jill Greenberg discusses the photography industry’s gender gap for TEDx Talks at Wabash College: The discrimination against female photographers is unveiled by a world-renowned photographer. Walking us through her personal experience, Jill Greenberg explains the problem of only seeing the world from a man’s perspective. Jill Greenberg is a working
Image: © Robert Voit, “Scottsdale, Arizona,” 2006, Chromogenic print (Edition of 6), 61 x 50 inches. Work by Robert Voit is now on view in “New Territory: Landscape Photography Today” at the Denver Art Museum: “New Territory: Landscape Photography Today” is a survey of contemporary landscape photography from around the
Image: Manjari Sharma, “Lord Ganesha,” 2011, Archival pigment print. Manjari Sharma’s “Darshan” series is on view in a solo exhibition at Ganna Walska Lotusland in Santa Barbara, California: Photographer Manjari Sharma, born and raised in Mumbai, India, makes work that is rooted in portraiture addressing the issues of identity, multiculturalism,
Image: Lissa Rivera, “Motel, Virginia,” 2015, Archival pigment print. Work by Lissa Rivera is included in the exhibition “Bridging Division: Empathy and Humanity,” opening at The Light Factory in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Thursday, June 7th: “Bridging Division: Empathy and Humanity” will explore contemporary divisions through the personal interpretations of
Work by Bill Armstrong is on view at the Palazzo Reale Milano in the exhibition “In Full Light: Nine photographers in the Vatican Museums,” opening today, May 23, 2018: The unique project presents nine international photographers who have strived to interpret the complex reality of the Vatican Museums. Working in
Henry Horenstein’s feature-length documentary film PARTNERS is premiering at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on Saturday, May 12th, at 12:30 p.m.: Directed by photographer Henry Horenstein, whose work can be found in the MFA exhibition “(un)expected families,” this fascinating documentary incorporates clips from 13 interviews with couples who discuss
Image: © Lissa Rivera, “Poolside, Family Home,” 2015, Archival pigment print (Edition of 5), 30 x 20 inches. ClampArt is pleased to announce that the Newport Art Museum has acquired work from Lissa Rivera’s widely acclaimed series “Beautiful Boy.” Poolside, Family Home, 2015, is now housed in the museum’s permanent
Please visit ClampArt at The Photography Show 2018, presented by AIPAD, on April 5 – 8, 2018. AIPAD: The Photography Show is located at Pier 94 on the West Side of Manhattan: Pier 94 711 12th Avenue New York, NY 10019 Click here for more information The gallery is exhibiting
Image: © Rachel Papo, “Three weeks after Roscoe went to sleep,” 2013, Archival pigment print. Rachel Papo will join photographer Tamara Reynolds for an artist talk on Friday, March 30th, from 7-9pm at Cassilhaus in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where their work is currently on view in the exhibition Thinly
The Guides Association of NYC held its annual Apple awards ceremony on the evening of Monday, March 12, 2018, in New York City. Among the award recipients was photographer Marc Yankus, who won in the category of “Outstanding Achievement for NYC Photography” for his photograph “Nineteenth Street.” Congratulations, Marc! Click
Image: ©Lissa Rivera, “Study with Chairs I,” 2016, Archival pigment print. Artworks from photographer Lissa Rivera’s series “Beautiful Boy” are on view in the exhibition “Role Reversal,” alongside works by Christa Blackwood and Jessica Yatrofsky, at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center: The Colorado Photographic Arts Center presents ‘Role Reversal,’ an
Image: © Amy Touchette, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, 2016. Photographer Amy Touchette has a number of events on the horizon in February and March 2018: – On February 22, 2018, at California Polytechnic State University, the artist will speak about her work from “The Young Series,” which will also be on view
Image: © Jen Davis, “Untitled No. 39,” 2010, Archival pigment print. An exhibition of Jen Davis’ acclaimed series “Eleven Years” is on view at the James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) at Mercer County Community College in Trenton, New Jersey: Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) announces
Image: © Lissa Rivera, “Pink Bedroom (for Priscilla),” 2017, Archival pigment print. Lissa Rivera’s solo exhibition of “Beautiful Boy” opens today at the Newport Art Museum and will be on view through May 20, 2018: For her ongoing series “Beautiful Boy,” Lissa Rivera photographs her domestic partner. The project began
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
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