Monthly Archives: October 2011

International Centre for Photography (ICP) – New York

7.10.11 Interpreting the power and evolution of photography, the ICP is a museum and school dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of photography which it does through exhibitions, collections, and education in vocational, degree and post-graduate studies – thousands of … Continue reading

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Aperture Foundation, New York

6.10.11 The current show by Bruce Davidson at Aperture is a fascinating series of documentary photographs of the New York subway in the early 80s – a subterrean graffiti scrawled world that has been substantially cleaned up since then. Unusually, … Continue reading

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KlompChing Gallery, Brooklyn

6.10.11 I first met Debra Klomp-Ching and Darren Ching in 2006 at the much missed Rhubard Rhubarb portfolio review in Birmingham. KlompChing Gallery opened in 2007 with Simon Roberts’ exhibition ‘Motherland’  and is owned and run by Debra Klomp-Ching and … Continue reading

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The Kitchen, NY

5.10.11 The Kitchen is one of New York’s most famous interdisciplinary art institutions driven by a commitment to experimental work and the support for the early and mid-career development of the current artistic generation. On show in their space in … Continue reading

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Anton Kern Gallery, NY

5.10.11 Anton Kern Gallery Along the road a mile of two is Chelsea’s bustling arts quarter and within that is Anton Kern gallery who will be showing a collection of work by Jim Lambie next month – as I write … Continue reading

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Industrial Aesthetics – Hunter College Gallery, NY

5.10.11 At Hunter College’s Times Square Gallery until November is an exhibition ‘Industrial Aesthetics – Environmental Influences on Recent Art from Scotland’, which celebrates one aspect of the Glasgow art scene around Glasgow School of Art’s MFA orbit, noting that the … Continue reading

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WCP – Woodstock Centre for Photography

WCP – Woodstock Centre for Photography 3.10.11 WCP is situated in Woodstock’s main artery – Tinker Street. It was founded in 1977 as a not-for-profit artist-centered organization and its initial mission continues to support artists working in photography and engaging … Continue reading

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