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Amazing Harold Golen Gallery Set Ablaze

Amazing Harold Golen Gallery Set Ablaze

| August 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Harold Golen Gallery in Miami isn’t feeling to cool right now. If you’re in the Miami area, check out their exhibition “A journey into the Neo-Psychedelic Art Movement” featuring Skot Olsen. It’s running until January 5th, and I’m sure they could use some support. Hundreds of amazing and beautiful lowbrow paintings and artwork were destroyed […]

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Memorable Colbert at the Smithsonian? Close enough 2021

Memorable Colbert at the Smithsonian? Close enough 2021

| August 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History turned down Stephen Colbert’s efforts to have his image displayed. But the National Portrait Gallery, famous for its portraits of the presidents but also home to unique portrayals of athletes, hip-hop artists and Hollywood stars, welcomed the idea. The line outside the bathroom at the National Portrait Gallery […]

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Guggenheim Amazing Photo Exhibition Outrage 2021

Guggenheim Amazing Photo Exhibition Outrage 2021

| August 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

Guggenheim: In today’s post-9/11 media environment, it’s difficult to escape images of human suffering as a result of acts of terrorism and their aftermath. Such images are often challenging to view, evoking powerfully emotional responses from many people – especially the survivors, and the families of the victims. Sadly, though, we are all-too familiar with […]

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Photography: The Memorable Annie Leibovitz an American Icon  2021

Photography: The Memorable Annie Leibovitz an American Icon 2021

| October 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

Photography judging by the crowd outside of Benaroya Hall waiting to see Annie Leibovitz speak on November 19th, it was obvious that Seattle Arts and Lectures was hosting someone big. People stood outside with handmade signs asking for tickets—the scene was more akin to a sporting event or rock concert than what was, essentially, a book reading. Inside, there […]

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Photography: 7 Impressive Decades of Man Ray in Paris

Photography: 7 Impressive Decades of Man Ray in Paris

| October 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Photography parisians and visitors to the French capital have the chance to take advantage of the interesting show at the Pinacotheque de Paris, completely dedicated to American-born artist Man Ray. One of the fathers of surrealism and Dadaism, Man Ray is remembered for his work that often verged on the ridiculous. Born Emmanuel Radnitzy, in 1999 […]

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The Mexican  Suitcase  Recovered War Photographs of Robert Capa Memorable 2020

The Mexican Suitcase Recovered War Photographs of Robert Capa Memorable 2020

| October 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Artists: Robert Capa, Chim (David Seymour), and Gerda Taro The Show: The Mexican Suitcase Rediscovered Spanish Civil War negatives, at the International Center of Photography September 24, 2010 – January 9, 2011 Photographs truly a landmark exhibition, the first public showing of Spanish Civil War images by Magnum Photos co-founder Robert Capa, recovered under mysterious […]

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Rediscovering Photography at Three SF Galleries Big Impact 2020

Rediscovering Photography at Three SF Galleries Big Impact 2020

| October 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

For a few more days in San Francisco you can see an astonishing trio of photography exhibits all at the same 49 Geary St. address. Each is outstanding on its own merits; collectively they play off one another in interesting ways, revealing much about the creative potential still present in the photographic medium.  The highlight […]

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