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Michael Massaia: Deep in a Dream: New York City

Michael Massaia: Deep in a Dream: New York City

Sometime in his mid-20s, Michael Massaia began experiencing extreme bouts of insomnia. To fill the sleepless nights, the artist would travel into Manhattan to enjoy walks through the city without all of the chaos and cacophony. Carrying his personally retooled large-format cameras, Massaia started to shoot elegant, hushed photographs of Central Park devoid of people. Often preferring the early spring…
Michael Crouser: Mountain Ranch

Michael Crouser: Mountain Ranch

In the snowy early spring of 2006, photographer Michael Crouser was invited to Sweetwater Ranch in Northwestern Colorado by his friends Matt and Hope Kapsner. They thought the artist might be interested in documenting their neighboring ranchers during calving season. Initially reluctant about making the trip, once he arrived, Crouser soon was pleasantly surprised to find the fourth-, fifth-, and…
Henry Horenstein: Histories: Tales from the 70s

Henry Horenstein: Histories: Tales from the 70s

ClampArt is happy to present “Henry Horenstein | Histories: Tales from the 70s,” a selection of rare vintage prints. The exhibition coincides with the release of the artist’s monograph of the same title from Honky Tonk Editions (Hardcover, 144 pages, 115 illus., 10.25 x 9.75 inches), which includes a foreword by Tom Rankin, director of the Center for Documentary Studies…