Category Archives: exhibitions.

joseph o. holmes.

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joseph is a NYC based photographer capturing all of this gross weather we’ve been having lately. check out his urban wilderness series, photos taken during the 2010 blizzard in prospect park at jen bekman gallery.

teun hocks.

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Opening this week at P.P.O.W. in New York is a brand new exhibition from Dutch photographer Teun Hocks appropriately titled New Works. Hocks himself will attend the opening reception on January 8, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

This exhibition will be Hocks’ eighth solo exhibition at P.P.O.W. and will present a series of his latest drawings, photographs and videos. Hocks’ unique creative processes are what allow him to create magnificent surreal works that showcase the hand of the artist in his display of ‘constructed imagery’. By first developing his photographs in black and white and later adding color by oil paint himself, Hocks claims all control of his works and constructs a complex image reflective solely of the artist’s vision. These manipulated images highlight a disconnection with reality, and further emphasize the metaphoric implications of the staged scene.

Teun Hocks: New Works
January 3-February 7, 2009
555 W 25th Street, New York
(via aperture)

william eggleston – democratic camera.

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One of the most influential photographers of the last half-century, William Eggleston has defined the history of color photography. This exhibition is the artist’s first retrospective in the United States and includes both his color and black-and-white photographs as well as Stranded in Canton, the artist’s video work from the early 1970s. Images and video on view November 7, 2008 – January 25, 2009 at the Whitney Museum of American Art.