Monthly Archives: September 2012

Todd Selby in The Atlantan

The Atlantan highlights our Edible Selby exhibition in their September Top Ten!

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Matthew Pillsbury in Time Magazine

We are thrilled that Time is featuring our Matthew Pillsbury exhibition in the October 1st issue! Click the image below to view.

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Photograph Magazine features our summer show

Jean Dykstra writes a great article on our summer show, Holly Andres’ “The Fall of Spring Hill”.

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Andrew Moore featured in NY Times Sunday Magazine

Pick up this Sunday’s issue of the New York Times Magazine for Andrew Moore’s fantastic images of Cuba. Click the image below for a preview on NY Times website.

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Atlanta Magazine features Edible Selby

“[A] project that recognizes and taps into the creative, artistic motivations that drive culinary work.” -Wyatt Williams for Atlanta Magazine

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TODAY Opening Reception for Todd Selby and Matthew Pillsbury

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Todd Selby in ELLE Magazine

ELLE features Todd Selbys new book, Edible Selby. Don’t miss the opening of Edible Selby and book signing, tomorrow, 6-8PM!

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Todd Selby and our upcoming “Edible Selby” show featured on Luxe Crush

“[A] compelling book and photo exhibit documenting food heroes and artisans at work and play around the world.” Don’t miss the opening reception TOMORROW, September 13th 6-8PM!

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Mona Kuhn featured in Landscape Stories

“It is a privilege for me to be able to photograph close friends and extended family in the nude, honest and free.” Mona Kuhn speaks in depth about her series, Venezia.

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Lens Culture features our selection of classic Paris photographs

Lens Culture Weblog highlights 12 classic images of Paris from our collection, from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Saul Leiter.

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