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Mar 2017 News Part 2

SHOWS IN THE AREA

(from Sarah Flause) 

Thru Mar 15
Last Days on Earth: The work of Karen Jerzyk, Photographer Karen Jerzyk “presents a body of work of haunting, twisted narratives.” Opening reception February 18 8-11pm. Eridanos, 36 Prospect St, Cambridge, MA. www.culteridanos.com

Thru Mar 19
Edward Steichen: Twentieth-Century Photographer and New England Biennial 2016, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Rd., Lincoln, MA www.decordova.org

Thru Mar 31
Photography Atelier 25, 7th Annual Photobook Exhibit and Found in Collection: Contemporary Photography from the Danforth Art Permanent Collection Part II, opening reception March 9th 6:30-8:30pm, Main Gallery, Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Rd, Winchester, MA www.griffinmuseum.org

Thru Mar 31
Simon Sarris in the Carnegie Gallery, “Sarris is prone to street photography, "When I find a good photograph in the wild and take it, it is like finding treasure. Usually when I take a photograph I feel like I am capturing or taking something (stealing) from the world. A small moment of time that I have bottled up. It almost makes me feel guilty. But I love the natural and the humanistic world and all its moments, and I love them so much I want to show them to you. These are moments in Portugal that I have found for you." Carnegie Gallery, Rochester Public Library, 65 South Main Street, Rochester, NH. www.rochestermfa.org

Thru Apr 2
2017 Open Juried Exhibition, “guest juror Karen Haas, who has selected 40 photographs from artists nation wide for display in VCP’s gallery,” Opening reception March 3rd 5:30-8:30 p.m. Artist talk/Closing reception February 26 5-7pm. Vermont Center for Photography, 49 Flat St., Brattleboro, VT, www.vcphoto.org

Thru Apr 8
Observance: As I see You, You See Me, “a group exhibition of photographic portraits…each photographer explores how identity is constructed through the lens of the cultural, political, and personal circumstances of their subject.” Montserrat College of Art, Hardie Building, 23 Essex St. Beverly, MA. www.montserrat.edu 

Thru Apr 9
Momentum: Works by the Art and Art History Department Faculty, Selected works by Sachiko Akiyama, Brian Chu, Richard Fox, Craig Hood, Julee Holcombe, and Donald Williams will be on display. Works of painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and photography will fill the Museum’s upper level Carter Gallery. UNH Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center, Durham, NH. www.cola.unh.edu 

Thru Apr 9
Portraits of the Self, featuring Karl Baden, Jay Goldsmith, Nancy Grace Horton, Frances Jakubek, Andrea Rosenthal, Storm Self and Carol Van Loon, Streetside Gallery, Artists’ Gallery Talk, March 12th, 2-4pm. Winter Landscapes – a juried exhibition of photographs, Workshop Gallery, Camera Commons, 652 Central Ave., Dover, NH. www.cameracommons.com

Thru Apr 10
Roger Farrington: Celebrity in Boston, “an exclusive selection of fifty of Farrington’s classic candid shots of internationally known celebrities who visited Boston between the years of 1976 and 1996.” Panopticon Gallery, 502c Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA, www.panopticongallery.com 

Thru Apr 30
Pairings, “in collaboration with Ouimillie and Camden Hydes. This exhibition features fine arts photography and contemporary furniture paired in a curated gallery installation.” 555 Gallery, 555 E 2nd St, Boston, MA. www.555gallery.com

Thru Apr 30
The Thrill of the Chase, “The Wagstaff Collection of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum… highlighting both masterpieces and lesser known works from Wagstaff’s collection. Well-known photographers such as William Henry Fox Talbot, Gustave le Gray, Julia Margaret Cameron, Edgar Degas, Walker Evans, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Diane Arbus, Robert Frank, and William Klein will be featured, among many others. The prints, drawn exclusively from the Getty’s permanent collection, are of very high quality and will interest a wide spectrum of visitors.” Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square, Portland, ME, www.portlandmuseum.org

Thru May 29
Artist’s Choice: Photographs from the Judy Glickman Lauder Collection, “The photographs in this focus exhibition all belong to the artist and collector Judy Glickman Lauder, who has spent her life immersed in photography. She is an acclaimed photographer herself, yet her joy in the medium began during her childhood, when she would model for her father, Irving Bennett Ellis. Lauder began collecting photographs over 40 years ago, visiting the studios of other artists whenever possible and finding community and friendship through photography—both as an artist and an admirer of the works of others. An active participant in the Maine Photographic Workshops (now the Maine Media Workshops) in Rockport, she began swapping photographs with friends she met there in the 1970s and ‘80s…Artist’s Choice presents highlights from Lauder’s collection, including prints of some of the most celebrated images of the 20th century. They are mostly, but not exclusively, American, and many works were made either in Maine or in her home state of California.” Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square, Portland, ME, www.portlandmuseum.org

Thru Jun 7
Juxtapositions by Jean Stimmell, “Mr. Stimmell says that the theme for this exhibit “came to me by accident, after noticing that certain of my images – those which spoke strongest to me – also spoke directly to a particular other of my photographs, even though the two were often separated by subject, time, and space. It is my feeling that pairing them together – putting them in juxtaposition—increases the ambience and narrative power of both.” Epsom Public Lirbary, 1606 Dover Road, Epsom, NH, www.epsomlibrary.com 

Thru Jun 18
Imogen Cunningham: In Focus, “Showcasing the range of photographer Imogen Cunningham (1883-1976).” Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA. www.mfa.org

Thru Jul 9
Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, “Marches are happening globally in order to protest the denial of human rights among specific groups, both nationally and internationally. In a politically charged time in what will become the history of our country, it’s important and necessary to commemorate and honor those who came before us, giving us the freedom to keep fighting and to keep progressing.” Friedlander’s photographs celebrate “the 60th anniversary of the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom” when thousands of activists “united in front of the Lincoln Memorial on May 17, 1957, the third anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka.”  Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel Street (at York Street), New Haven, CT. www.artgallery.yale.edu

Thru Sep 3
A Feast of Beasts, “From common pets to exotic beasts, animals have been captured visually, showcasing the ways that they are used for practical and metaphorical ends,” Works by Shelley Reed, Lee Friedlander, Jim Dine, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Fitchburg Art Museum, 185 Elm Street, Fitchburg, MA, www.fitchburgartmuseum.org

Thru Sep 4
Mosaic: Exploring Our Multicultural Neighborhood, “to promote appreciation and inclusion of other cultures through the arts…to raise visitors' awareness and stimulate their curiosity to know more about the culture of the indigenous people who lived here before the arrival of European… artists include Vita Lane, Teri Weidner, Robert Squire, Taylore Kelly, Jeannie Brett, Joe Reardon and Tess Feltes,” Gallery 6, Children’s Museum, 6 Washington Street, Dover, NH. www.childrens-museum.org 

Thru 2017
Making Modern, “A five-gallery exhibition on the third floor of the MFA’s Art of the Americas Wing explores what it meant to be in the vanguard of Modern art in the 20th century. Specific gallery shows include:
Kahlo and Her Circle, “…the work of Frida Kahlo in the context of works by her family and friends in Mexico City. Anchored by the MFA’s recently acquired painting Dos Mujeres by Kahlo, the installation includes photographs by Tina Modotti, Edward Weston, and Imogen Cunningham—including a portrait of Kahlo—works in various media by Diego Rivera, and recently acquired archival material related to the artists, including a wedding portrait of Kahlo and Rivera by Victor Reyes.” Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA. www.mfa.org

Thru 2017
The Lane Collection: O’Keeffe, Sheeler, Dove, “represents five American artists who showed their work in Alfred Stieglitz’s and Edith Halpert’s New York City galleries—Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Sheeler, Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, and Stuart Davis.” Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA. www.mfa.org

Mar 2-Mar 26
Black & White (&Blue), “The idea for this exhibition started as strictly black and white, but it occurred to us that black and white is not the only monochrome photographic process, and that the same power to suggest is characteristic of other historic methods that yield images in blue (cyanotype), sepia (albumin), and silver (platinum), for example.  Thus we decided to open this exhibition to all forms of monochromatic photography.” artists reception March 12th 3pm, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT. www.darkroomgallery.com

Mar 8-Apr 8
Momentary Certainties, Megan Magill + Sal Taylor Kydd, “Megan experiments with a variety of photo and printmaking processes. In her most recent project, My Business is Circumference, she pushed dry mediums, such as powdered graphite and chalk pastels, through a photographically exposed silkscreen onto printmaking paper resulting in one of a kind works on paper. Sal specializes in alternative processes of photography to create Cyanotype and Platinum/Palladium prints.” Opening reception March 9th 5-7pm, artist talk April 6th 5:30pm, PhoPa Gallery, 132 Washington Avenue, Portland, ME, www.phopagallery.com

Mar 10-Apr 8
15th Annual Minumental Exhibition & Art Sale. “Celebrate the wonder of the small with NHIA’s 15th Annual Minumental Exhibition, a selection of diminutive work by NHIA faculty, staff, students and members. This wildly diverse juried show includes work across a broad range of mediums, from ceramics and jewelry to painting, photography and sculpture, all limited to a size no larger than 4 inches in any dimension. The Minumental Exhibition is also an excellent opportunity for collectors in search of affordable art, with every piece priced at $55.95 or less. Come see how tiny art can make a big impact.” Opening reception March 10th 5-7pm. NH Institute of Art, French Gallery, 148 Concord St., Manchester, NH. 222.nhia.edu

Mar 10-Apr 22
Convergence/Divergence – Seven Artistic Styles, “work of the Tributary Painters - 7 talented local artists from the seacoast area of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. The artists are: Judith Andrews, Peter Cady, Marjorie Foote, Joan Harlow, Ellen Harris, Andi Ross, Jeffrey Wagner.” Opening reception March 10th 5:30-7:30. Main Street Art Gallery, 75 Main St, Newfields, NH. www.mainstreetart.org

Mar 17-Apr 30
ArtPM - Showing Work – From an Open Call for Art, an annual exhibition of original work of any media or size created in the month of February 2017. Opening Reception (party!) March 17th 6pm-late, Buoy Gallery, 2 Government Street, Kittery, ME. www.buoygallery.org 

Mar 30-Apr 23
Body/Image, “…the human figure has been mainstay of the photographer since almost the inception of the medium. Figure photography imitating the style and subjects of classical painting constituted some of the fine art photography of the time. As technology advanced, photographers began to create their own figure photography sub-genres, ranging from the crass to the sublime.Fine art figure photography is now routinely taught in art curriculums.” Juried by Gary Samson, artists reception April 9th 3pm, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT. www.darkroomgallery.com




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