Friday, September 30, 2016

Travel and Leisure Online Review's Gallery Artist Alex Webb's Current Exhibition "La Calle" at Aperture, New York

Near Creel, Chihuahua, 1978 © Alex Webb / Magnum Photos
"It was 1974 when photographer Alex Webb first encountered the U.S.-Mexican border. Then 23-years-old, Webb was entranced by the border's sparse network of makeshift towns, somehow split both physically and psychologically between the two countries.

Unlike his reticent New England home, Mexico demanded a much more expansive palette and eventually, Webb would completely forego black-and-white film. Instead, the young photographer began to experiment with Kodachrome, resulting in a series of light-filled vignettes." - Katherine Wisniewski, Sept 2016

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Gallery Artist Sunil Gupta in Group Exhibition at Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, England

The Human Document: The Photography Persuasion from 1930s America to Present Day

Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre
Friday October 7th to Saturday December 10th.  
Free Entry!

In 1962, the Museum of Modern Art in New York presented The Bitter Years, curated by Edward Steichen. This exhibition included over 200 images taken between the years of 1935-1944 by a small group of photographers working for the Historical Section of the Farm Security Administration Programme (the FSA). Many of the best known Depression-era photographers were fostered by the FSA including Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange and Arthur Rothstein. Under the direction of Roy Stryker, these photographers were sent out to document the plight of rural workers, to introduce ‘America to Americans.’

The Human Document takes The Bitter Years as its starting point in exploring artists’ enduring fascination with the FSA Historical Section– both as photographs designed to awaken human emotions and as a collective body of images. It presents a selection of photographs from The Bitter Years, corresponding to Steichen’s original thematic groupings, alongside photography by contemporary artists including, Sunil Gupta, Richard Billingham, Paul Graham, Chris Killip, Susan Lipper and Eileen Perrier as well as the film installation On Photography, People and Modern Times by Akram Zaatari.

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Artist Tour Announcement! Please Join Max Dean for a Tour of His Ontario Place Exhibition "Still"

Still, 2016 © Max Dean / courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery
Max Dean: Still
Co-presented by Art Spin and
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

Artist tour September 30th and October 1st

The following is a message from artist Max Dean:

"I have a very large installation called Still that was part of the in/future festival at Ontario Place, which recently ended.

I really feel this is a very important piece in my body of work. While I expect the work will have a life after the festival, I think the installation is truly unique and worth visiting.

For me it is, and has been, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I am so pleased that Art Spin, CONTACT, and Ontario Place have agreed to open my work to friends for two more days (only Silo I and the Mountain will be open for viewing.)

Friday, September 30: 2pm or 4pm
Saturday, October 1: 2pm or 4pm

If you or your friends would like to attend, we ask that you RSVP to and let us know which time works for you."

Free Saturday Screening at CAMERA

Saturday October 1st, 3:00pm


Dir. Marleen Gorris (USA: 1995), 103 min.

Described as a “feminist fairy tale”, Antonia’s Line tells the story of an independent Dutch matron who establishes a close-knit matriarchal community where feminism and liberalism thrive. The film won the Academy Award for Best foreign Language Film.


All foreign language films will be shown with subtitles. We proudly offer captioning of all films at special request on Saturdays at 12:00pm if given notice 48 hours in advance of the regular screening.