Saturday, December 20, 2014

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December 20Holiday Double Feature

December 20th at 3:00 PM 

HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS!
Dir. Chuck Jones and Ben Washam (USA: 1966), 26 min.
A story based on the Dr. Seuss book, the Grinch spends his days in a cave on the top of a hill. Watching the town below, his hatred of Christmas grows, so he tries to take Christmas away from the people of Whoville.
December 20th at 3:30 PM
A CHRISTMAS STORY
Dir. Bob Clark (USA: 1983), 94 min.
With Christmas just around the corner, a small boy tells everyone that the only thing he really wants is a BB gun. When the big day finally comes around, he is surprised at what he finds under the tree.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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December 20Holiday Double Feature

December 20th at 3:00 PM 

HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS!
Dir. Chuck Jones and Ben Washam (USA: 1966), 26 min.

A story based on the Dr. Seuss book, the Grinch spends his days in a cave on the top of a hill. Watching the town below, his hatred of Christmas grows, so he tries to take Christmas away from the people of Whoville.


December 20th at 3:30 PM

A CHRISTMAS STORY
Dir. Bob Clark (USA: 1983), 94 min.

With Christmas just around the corner, a small boy tells everyone that the only thing he really wants is a BB gun. When the big day finally comes around, he is surprised at what he finds under the tree.

Saturday, December 13, 2014

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December 13th at 3:00pm

SPACE COWBOYS
Dir. Clint Eastwood (USA: 2000), 130 min.

When NASA was established, four men were cut from an elite group of astronauts on a mission to be the first Americans in space. Years later, one of them is asked to go on an emergency mission to repair a satellite.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Elaine Stocki Exhibition at SAAG

Gallery artist Elaine Stocki is pleased to invite you to her current exhibition, 711, on view at Southern Alberta Art Gallery until February 1, 2015.

"Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature." - Southern Alberta Art Gallery
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf
Elaine Stocki's photography draws upon the raw unpredictability of American street photography, yet exploits the refinement and control of studio-constructed images.  Her large, hand-tinted silver gelatin prints balance photographic traditions with contemporary compositions and subjects from amateur wrestlers to classic nudes.  Stocki's work evokes honesty and vulnerability, and remains unsettling for its constructed and anachronic nature. - See more at: http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0691-711#sthash.0mqaeg6W.dpuf

For more information: http://saag.ca

Elaine Stocki Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

Sarah Anne Johnson Survey Exhibition at CAM Raleigh

Gallery artist Sarah Anne Johnson is pleased to invite you to her upcoming survey exhibition, Wonderland, at Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh in North Carolina taking place in the new year. It will feature five major bodies of work, along with 2 large-scale installations.

Opening Reception: February 6th, 2015 from 6 to 9pm
Exhibition Dates: February 5 - May 3, 2015
Artist/Curator Talk: February 7th at 11:00am at CAM Raleigh 

For more information: http://camraleigh.org

Sarah Anne Johnson Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

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December 13th at 3:00pm

SPACE COWBOYS
Dir. Clint Eastwood (USA: 2000), 130 min.

When NASA was established, four men were cut from an elite group of astronauts on a mission to be the first Americans in space. Years later, one of them is asked to go on an emergency mission to repair a satellite.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Larry Towell In New York Times Lens Blog


Losing the Media War in Afghanistan

"The war in Afghanistan has been difficult to document for even the most determined of Western photojournalists. By the time Larry Towell arrived there in 2008, most news outlets had abandoned regular coverage because of the extreme expense and danger — and a lack of interest from editors and the American public. What little visual coverage there was relied on embedded journalists.

But Mr. Towell had photographed the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and felt compelled to investigate what had happened in Afghanistan since then. So he paid his own way there." - James Estrin for the New York Times Lens Blog

Read the full article here: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com

Larry Towell Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Classic Photographs L.A. Curatorial Events

"CPLA is proud to host two curatorial events led by Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator Emeritus Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA and April M. Watson, Curator of Photography, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. Each of these accomplished curators will join attendees in a private walk-through of the show prior to the fair’s public hours.

- Robert Flynn Johnson will lead Saturday’s tour: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
- April M. Watson will lead Sunday’s tour: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
- Price per person is $20. Limited availability. Sign-up now by contacting Amanda@classicphotographsla.com

Visit www.classicphotographsla.com for a map and links to the websites of all dealers participating in Classic Photographs Los Angeles." - Classic Photographs Los Angeles

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December 6th at 3:00pm

THE RIGHT STUFF
Dir. Philip Kaufman (USA: 1983), 193 min.

Adapted from a book by Tom Wolfe, the film follows the story of Mercury 7, a group of seven astronauts who were the first to attempt manned spaceflight in the United Stated. In addition to four Academy Awards, the film was nominated for 4 Oscars and a Golden Globe.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

The Robert Giard Foundation 2014 Year-End Appeal

A message from Carl Sylvestre, President of The Robert Giard Foundation:

Dear Friends,

‘Tis the season for giving. We hope you will take inspiration from Michael Cunningham’s moving words. The Robert Giard Foundation supports emerging artists in photography, video, and film who work with subject matter often too provocative for other institutional grants. Join with us to help visual artists explore issues of sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ experience. Help us give them the recognition they richly deserve and encourage them to continue doing work that might just matter.

This year, we have a donor committed to matching gifts up to $5,000; your dollars will go further than ever. So please give as generously as you can to ensure the fellowship’s long life. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

DONATE HERE

For more information on our public events and exhibitions this past year as outlined in our Annual Report, visit our website at www.robertgiardfoundation.com.

Robert Giard Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

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See you this Saturday for our next screening!

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December 6th at 3:00pm

THE RIGHT STUFF
Dir. Philip Kaufman (USA: 1983), 193 min.

Adapted from a book by Tom Wolfe, the film follows the story of Mercury 7, a group of seven astronauts who were the first to attempt manned spaceflight in the United Stated. In addition to four Academy Awards, the film was nominated for 4 Oscars and a Golden Globe.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Sunil Gupta In The New Yorker and L'Oeil de la Photographie

Sunil Gupta's exhibition, Out and About: New York and New Delhi, is currently on view at Sepia Eye until December 20th.

"The Indian photographer lived in New York in the mid-nineteen-seventies, when he took the black-and-white photographs in his 'Christopher Street' series, shown here for the first time. His subjects are other gay men cruising the busy Village artery, dressed in the style of the time: bomber jackets, tight jeans, plaid shirts, aviator shades. But the work owes its frisson to more than just fashion; even when no glances are exchanged, Gupta gives his images a subtle erotic charge and a genuine tenderness." - The New Yorker

Read the full articles here: The New Yorker, L'Oeil de la Photographie

Sunil Gupta Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com