Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mona Kuhn curates and upcoming exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography

Check out the beautiful work selected for (Un)Clothed.

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Eternal Optomist features Jeanette Montgomery Barron’s new book, SCENE

“Scene is a remarkable compendium of portraits of renowned personalities from arguably the most exciting era of New York City underground culture, the 80s—a veritable time capsule of NYC when the young and indomitable flocked downtown in search of places … Continue reading

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New York Times: The Lens Rises in Stature

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Jeanette Montgomery Barron’s “SCENE” makes ArtMag’s 75 International Highlights of 2013

“ArtMag is celebrating its 75th issue with 75 highlights of the year – international exhibitions and illustrated books, events and films. We present things you can look forward to this year.”

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Creative Loafing features our current exhibition!

“Though the images don’t exactly shy away from politically complicated themes, a comparison of formal properties brings forward the best moments of the show.”

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Jeanette Montgomery Barron’s new book, “SCENE”, featured on Harper’s Bazaar

“Photographer Jeanette Montgomery Barron is presenting a beautiful version of New York in the 80s that’s wonderfully stripped down.” Read more: Setting “The Scene” – New Tome Strips Down 80s Icons – Harper’s BAZAAR

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Fototazo interviews Angela West

“For me it is a way to make sense of the past and it’s relevance or relationship to me now. In some ways, photographing frees me from the emotions attached to those objects or ideas.” – Angela West

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Jenette Montgomery Barron’s new book, “Scene”, featured on Slave Magazine

“Scene is a remarkable compendium of portraits of renowned personalities from arguably the most exciting era of New York City underground culture, the 80s—a veritable time capsule of NYC when the young and indomitable flocked downtown in search of places … Continue reading

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ArtsATL reviews our current exhibition

“Three concurrent exhibitions by renowned international photographers Michael Kenna, George Georgiou and Andrew Moore offer spectacularly transportive landscapes.”

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Josef Hoflehner’s Patience series featured on CNN!

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