Frieze New York 2015 Photography: Few Classics, Mostly New Artists

15 May
Frieze New York 2015 Photography: Few Classics, Mostly New Artists

Photography Abounds at Frieze New York As the 2015 edition of Frieze New York makes it way back to Randell’s Island once again, a range of photographs can found.   But there seem to be less of the “usual suspects,” and more of a mix of European and Asian work. Below are a few notable

07 Feb
Alec Soth, Songbook, Fine Art Photographs, at Sean Kelly: A View of the World

A View of the World: Alec Soth, Songbook Its refreshing to see a Robert Frank-like view of the (American) world today: “staged” is not a term I think of when seeing Alec Soth, Songbook at Sean Kelly.  Rather, it is a view of a gritty, sad, exuberant now. A roaming survey of specific places that seem

08 Sep
And So It Starts: The Chelsea Art Season Gallery Openings Begins with Strong Photography Shows

Some good photography by Laura Letinsky, Justine Kurland, Paul Graham; Others Laura Letinsky at Yancey Richardson At Yancey Richardson, Laura Letinsky continues her exploration of still life photography–using fragments from her own still life photographs.  Beautifully constructed, its hard to discern the object being photographed vs. what has been cannibalized from a previous print.  Using one’s own

12 Apr
AIPAD 2014 Highlights and Picks, Fine Art Photography Show NYC

Some Picks and Highlights from AIPAD 2014, Fine Art Photography Show in New York As The Association of International Photography Art Dealers makes its annual stop in New York, I noticed a few trends while strolling with my friend and artist Jim Bergesen. One seems to be more abstract work or photographs that bend the