Monthly Archives: October 2012

Arthur Grace on NY Times Lens Blog

America 101, Arthur Grace’s new book, published by Fall Line Press, is featured on the New York Times photography blog, Lens Blog.

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Joseph Szabo voted one of the top 125 Pratt icons

In honor of Pratt Institute’s 125th Anniversary, Pratt hosted an online gallery of iconic works by Pratt alumni and faculty, on which the public voted to determine the top 125 Pratt icons of all time. Szabo’s Priscilla, Jones Beach, 1969 … Continue reading

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Now offering the Elton John AIDS Foundation Photography Portfolio II

We are thrilled to present the new Elton John AIDS Foundation Photography Portfolio II. Featuring works by Tina Barney, Rineke Djikstra, Elger Esser, Candida Höfer, Chen Jiagang, David LaChapelle, Alex Prager, Ed Ruscha, Hedi Slimane, and Frank Thiel. Click below … Continue reading

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Mona Kuhn featured in Art Croissance

A French publication dedicated to contemporary art, Art Croissance, features Mona Kuhn in two articles.

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Vee Speers Featured in Foto Magazin

Vee Speers’s fantastic photographs from her Immortal series in Germany’s Foto Magazin. Click to download the article.

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Arthur Grace featured on Le Journal de la Photographie

Arthur Grace’s photographs and new book America 101 are featured today on Le Journal de la Photographie. Stop by and see this wonderful exhibition!

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Todd Selby interview on Art Relish

Art Relish interviews Todd Selby on his latest series, Edible Selby, now up at Jackson Fine Art!

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Matthew Pillsbury Interview

Art Relish interviews Matthew Pillsbury at Jackson Fine Art on his new exhibition, City Stages. Matthew Pillsbury at Jackson Fine Art

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Chip Simone Interview

Michael Werner interviews Chip Simone for Two Way Lens.

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