We are pleased to announce that Christopher Rodriguez has joined the gallery. Originally from New Orleans, Rodriguez earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University before going on to receive his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His monograph, Sublime Cultivation, was published in 2014 and a solo show of this work, Between Artifice and the Sublime, will be on view at the gallery from October 28, 2015.
Adam Katseff’s work has recently been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum. Additionally, a piece by Katseff is being included in the upcoming show Tahoe: A Visual History opening at the Nevada Museum of Art on August 22, after which the museum will acquire the piece. We are also thrilled that Katseff has been announced as the winner of the 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.
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.
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.
We are pleased to announce that Caleb Charland is going to be one of the 2015 speakers for f295. You can see his interview with them here.
The second edition of Bryan Schutmaat’s monograph Grays the Mountain Sends received a new review from Photo-Eye. Follow this link to read the article.
Sasha Wolf Gallery is very pleased to welcome McNair Evans. The San Francisco based artist recently joined the gallery, and will have his first solo New York show of his series Confessions for a Son from February 25 – April 5, 2015.
Paul McDonough’s Sight Seeing series was recently featured on The New Yorker’s photography blog in an entry written by Hilton Als. Follow this link to read the article.
During the run of Bryan Schutmaat’s show ‘Grays the Mountain Sends’, his work has been acquired by two notable institutions, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Hood Museum of Art. We also want to congratulate Schutmaat for shooting the cover for TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year, 2014.
“The titles of each image give you an idea of the action that is taking place, but the complete story is left to the imagination. It’s an interesting twist on scientific experimentation, where normally the idea is to make sure every variable is precisely accounted for. Charland’s photos take the data out of the equation, and leave you only with impressions of the physical interaction taking place.”
“When you stand on the shoulders of giants, what do you see — especially if you’re looking through an old Leica M6 rangefinder with a single, well-traveled, 35-millimeter lens, which, over a quarter of a century, has seen a lot?
What the photographer Peter Kayafas sees are roadside curiosities, families in their Sunday-go-to-meetin’ clothes, abandoned buildings, rusty vehicles and other details of America’s urban, rural and psychic landscapes. His latest exhibition, The Way West, is now on view at Sasha Wolf Gallery on Manhattan’s Lower East Side (through June 15).”
Adam Katseff’s photograph’s from “In the Course of Time” in Seph Rodney’s article for Artillery Magazine.
Christine Osinski’s work can be seen in “New York (Outer Borough) Stories” on display along the Water Street Corridor in Lower Manhattan. The installation is part of the NYC D.O.T. Urban Art Program in collaboration with United Photo Industries. The installation will be on display over the next six months.