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Projecting L.A. 2022
The L.A. Project debuts its first annual public art event, Projecting L.A., in DTLA, featuring the work of 35 renowned and emerging photographers to celebrate the photographic community and diverse stories that make up the streets of Los Angeles, on Saturday, October 22, 2022
Exclusive Interview with Emmanuel Cole
Emmanuel Cole, London-based photographer, celebrates his 5th year of capturing the Notting Hill Carnival, which returns this year after a 2-year hiatus. Emmanuel’s photography encapsulates the very essence of the carnival and immortalises the raw emotions of over 2 million people gathered together to celebrate on the streets of West London.
Toni Meneguzzo: Diptych
29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery is proud to announce the opening on the 20th of September 2022 of DIPTYCH - the solo show of the eclectic Italian photographer Toni Meneguzzo. The artist pushes towards a truly contemporary language suggestive of an unpublished relationship between the Polaroid and the vividness of his most recent digital photographs which combine a rigorous formal technique with an uninhibited use of the medium. The exhibition will run from 20th of September to the 19th of November 2022.
Hidden: Life with California
Hidden: Life with California's Roma Families by Cristina Salvador Klenz is the first photography book ever to feature American Roma (formerly known as Gypsies) and to highlight the unique plight of a people marginalized and persecuted quite literally since the dawn of their culture 1,000 years ago. Modeled after Josef Koudelka's seminal work Gypsies, Klenz's collection was shot on black and white, 35 mm film in the early 1990s and 2003.
Exclusive Interview with Brett Foraker
Brett Foraker began his career as a painter before turning to photography and filmmaking. All of his projects are imbued with a lyrical and at times surreal point of view. As well as being an in-demand director and screenwriter, Foraker has been working on several portfolios of abstract and experimental photography. These are presented here for the first time.
MEADOW by Nicholas Pollack
Secaucus, New Jersey is partially surrounded by the marshes, inlets, and wetlands known as the Meadowlands. The ecosystems have been severely impacted by years of landfills and other environmental abuses, but it is what is found and what remains in this region that photographer Nicholas Pollack works to convey in his photographic project and book Meadow (Hirmer, October 2022).
Lisa Elmaleh Won the 2022  Arnold Newman Prize with
Promised Land is a series of portraits of those whose lives have been affected by American policies implemented during the construction of the border wall. In an attempt to shed light on the lives that are impacted, I am photographing along the US/Mexico border from Boca Chica in the Gulf of Mexico to the border of Tijuana on the west coast. I am working with a large format 8×10 camera to create these portraits. Utilizing its slowness as an asset, I am able to spend time with each person who sits in front of my lens, hearing their stories.
Between Worlds by Harry Gruyaert
Gallery FIFTY ONE is proud to announce its 4th solo exhibition by Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert . In 'Between Worlds' - accompanying the launch in October of an eponymous book published by Thames & Hudson (English) and Atelier Xavier Barral (French) - Gruyaert presents a selection of images from his diverse oeuvre, all of which depicting a 'threshold' or barrier, such as a window or reflection.
Street Visions: Europe, 1934 - Photographs by Richard J. Scheuer
A remarkable window into Europe before World War II will be seen by the public for the first time when Street Visions: Europe, 1934 -- Photographs by Richard J. Scheuer has its official opening on September 22, 2022, at the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York.
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