END OF SEASON FAIR REPORT

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The gallery recently wrapped up a successful art fair season, in which we attended Miami Project, Art on Paper and The Association of International Photography Art Dealers show at the Park Avenue Armory . We featured new work by Adam Katseff, Caleb Charland and McNair Evans, all of whom enjoyed good press and sales.

ADAM KATSEFF WINS SIDNEY ZUBER AWARD

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We are thrilled that Adam Katseff has been announced as the winner of the 2015 INFOCUS Sidney Zuber Photography Award. As part of the win, his work will be displayed for up to two months at the Phoenix Art Museum and he will also be honored at a reception at the museum on May 20, 2015.

ELINOR CARUCCI AT CONDÉ NAST GALLERY

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Elinor Carucci: The Effect of Motherhood will be on view at Condé Nast Gallery from May 11. This solo show of Carucci’s work will combine photography with editorial stories and run through the end of June. There will be a Q&A with Joanna Milter and Elinor Carucci, and a book signing of Carucci’s most recent publication, Mother, on Wednesday 27th May, 6-8pm. RSVP to attend.

Related events at Condé Nast Gallery:
Tour with Elinor Carucci: Saturday, 6 June 2015 1:00 P.M.
Tour with Elinor Carucci: Wednesday, 24 June 2015 5:00 P.M.
RSVP required for all events.

CHRISTINE OSINSKI AWARDED POLLOCK-KRASNER GRANT

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We are pleased to announce that Christine Osinski has been selected to receive an inaugural Fine Art Still Photography grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. This is the first time that the foundation has awarded grants to photographers and Osinski will use the grant to complete a book featuring her Staten Island photographs.

Christine Osinski moved to Staten Island in the early 1980s and immediately felt at home. Osinski had grown up on the South Side of Chicago and Staten Island had the same kind of muscular, working class sensibility she was accustomed to. Between 1983 and 1984 Osinski walked the borough with a 4 x 5 and a Twin Lens Reflex camera photographing what she describes as the “the oddness in the ordinary”.

Established in 1985 by the estate of the abstract expressionist and widow of Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner (1908-1984), the Pollock-Krasner Foundation provides financial assistance to established international visual artists.