David Katzenstein: Distant Journeys

David Katzenstein: Distant Journeys

Lifelong chronicler of humanity throughout the furthest reaches of the world, David Katzenstein’s forty-nine-year artistic journey through thirty-seven countries is thoughtfully curated into Distant Journeys (Hirmer Publishers / distributed by University of Chicago Press). Drawn from an exhaustive body of…
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Paul Hart: FRAGILE

Paul Hart: FRAGILE

Paul Hart’s new series is a personal reflection on nature and was made in the landscape close to his home in England. The aesthetic is rooted in the notion of a heightened awareness of the natural world, of both a…
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Ellen Graham: Unscripted

Ellen Graham: Unscripted

For over six decades, Ellen Graham has photographed actors, musicians, models, athletes, and royals at their most vulnerable: unplanned, unposed, and unscripted. Imbuing a sense of immediacy, showing moments of intimacy and humor, and celebrating her remarkable ability to disarm…
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Michael Kenna: Reverie

Michael Kenna: Reverie

Catherine Couturier Gallery is thrilled to announce Reverie, an exhibition of new work by gallery artist Michael Kenna. Renowned for his black-and-white landscape photography, Kenna employs prolonged exposure times, sometimes up to 10 hours, to capture ethereal scenes. Often working…
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Jeffrey Conley: An Ode to Nature

Jeffrey Conley: An Ode to Nature

Peter Fetterman Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition, “Jeffrey Conley: An Ode to Nature” featuring the remarkable works of photographer Jeffrey Conley. The exhibition, opening on January 27th, 2024, promises to transport viewers to a world where nature’s…
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Nick Brandt: The Day May Break

Nick Brandt: The Day May Break

Nick Brandt’s “The Day May Break” is an ongoing global series portraying people and animals that have been impacted by environmental degradation and destruction. “Chapter One” was photographed in Zimbabwe and Kenya in 2020, “Chapter Two” in Bolivia in 2022.…
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D. J. Hinman: Japan Is Calling

D. J. Hinman: Japan Is Calling

Photographer D. J. Hinman will hold an exhibit entitled “Japan Is Calling; the 47 Prefectures” at Roonee 247 Fine Arts in Tokyo on April 16-21, 2024. The exhibit features black-and-white film photographs from the backyards of Japan. D. J. Hinman…
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Sage Sohier: Passing Time

Sage Sohier: Passing Time

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Sage Sohier: Passing Time. This solo exhibition will feature a remarkable selection of black and white photographs from Sohier’s recently published Nazraeli Press monograph of the same title. The images…
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Lora Webb Nichols: Heap-O-Livin

Lora Webb Nichols: Heap-O-Livin

Heap-O-Livin features a selection of images by Wyoming photographer and diarist Lora Webb Nichols (1883-1962). Nichols created and collected approximately 24,000 negatives and 65 years of diaries throughout her lifetime in the town of Encampment. In addition to the industrial…
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Simpson Kalisher (1926-2023)

Simpson Kalisher (1926-2023)

Simpson Kalisher, who liberated his lens from slick images in corporate reports and trade magazines to emerge as a discerning photojournalist whose street scenes froze the panorama of urban American life in the 1950s and ’60s, died on June 13…
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Deck the Walls 2023

Deck the Walls 2023

Catherine Couturier Gallery is delighted to present our annual group show Deck the Walls. Deck the Walls is an exhibition of vintage and contemporary pieces that allows our gallery to showcase a variety of artists, prices, styles, and photographic mediums.…
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