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Book Launch and Signing for Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography in Los Angeles

Photographs from Sze Tsung Leong’s series History Images and Cities are included in the book Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography by Elias Redstone, published this fall by Phaidon. The book presents a collection of the best contemporary photography of architecture and urban environments, highlighting how photographers work with architects to create a cohesive and curated representation of new structures. A book launch and signing will be held at Bookmarc in Los Angeles on October 20, 2014 at 6pm. Author Elias Redstone and artists Sze Tsung Leong, Catherine Opie, Luisa Lambri and Richard Ross will attend. For more information, please visit Phaidon’s website: http://bit.ly/1sU2BNa

Damiani Publishing and Yossi Milo Gallery Release Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs

This fall, Damiani Publishing and Yossi Milo Gallery released the first monograph of Matthew Brandt’s work. This hardcover, 176-page book features a selection of images from the artist’s acclaimed series Lakes and Reservoirs. Photographs from the series were taken in the Western U.S., developed as C-Prints and then submerged in water drawn from the body of water depicted for several days, weeks or months. As the water breaks down the emulsion, vivid colors and painterly passages emerge. The series reveals Brandt’s innovative approach that blurs the line between the photograph and the photographed. The Gallery will hold a book signing for Lakes and Reservoirs on Thursday, October 30 from 5 - 7pm. For more information, please visit the website ArtbookDAP’s website: http://bit.ly/1mFmUoh

Nevet Yitzhak at the Koffler Centre of the Arts

Nevet Yitzhak’s multimedia installation A Great Joy Tonight is included in PARDES, an exhibition at the Koffler Centre of the Arts in Toronto, Canada, on view from September 18 – November 30, 2014. Liora Belford curated the exhibition featuring four Israeli media and sound artists, including Nadav Assor, Ira Eduardovna and Amnon Wolman. Each artist’s work investigates motifs of mysticism, heresy and the occult, and how each theme is viewed by contemporary, secular society. For more information, please visit the Koffler Centre website: http://bit.ly/1tUNTn4

Mark Ruwedel at the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale

Work by Mark Ruwedel is included in the exhibition American Scene Photography: Martin Z. Margulies Collection on view at the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale in Florida from November 2, 2014 – March 22, 2015. Bonnie Clearwater, Art Director and Chief Curator, organized the exhibition that presents examples of American photography from the extensive Margulies collection. Work by noted photographers such as Lewis Hine, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Berenice Abbott, Weegee, William Eggleston, Cindy Sherman and Gregory Crewdson, explore both the past and present of the United States as seen through the diversity of its lands, people, cities, streets and homes. For more information, please visit the NSU Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1pgliUd

Pieter Hugo at Fundació Foto Colectania

A solo exhibition of Pieter Hugo’s series Kin opened at the Fundació Foto Colectania in Barcelona, Spain on September 18 and will be on view through December 10, 2014. This show marks the series’ first presentation in Europe. Created over the past eight years, Kin confronts complex issues of colonization, racial diversity and economic disparity in Hugo's homeland of South Africa, portrayed through landscapes, portraits and still life photography. For more information, please visit the Fundació Foto Colectania’s website: http://bit.ly/1uyTQW6

Matthew Brandt at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

Matthew Brandt’s first solo museum exhibition, Matthew Brandt sticky/dusty/wet, is on view at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach, VA, from September 12 - December 28, 2014. The exhibition features work created using experimental photographic processes and unexpected materials from several bodies of Brandt’s work, including Taste Tests in Color, silk screen prints created with ingredients such as Kool-Aid and bubblegum; Bees of Bees, gum-bichromate prints created with bees; and Lakes and Reservoirs, in which Brandt submerges C-Prints in lake water to create unique photographs resembling abstract paintings. The traveling exhibition was previously on view at Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio from November 15, 2013 – March 9, 2014. For more information, please visit the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1oH9wSz

Alison Rossiter at Light Work

Revive, a solo exhibition of Alison Rossiter’s work is on view in the Kathleen O. Ellis Gallery at Light Work in Syracuse, New York from August 18 – October 22, 2014. An artist’s reception and gallery talk took place on Thursday, September 25 from 5 – 7pm. The exhibition features Rossiter’s minimalist works made by pouring, dipping and pooling liquid photographic developer directly onto expired gelatin silver papers. These meticulously made abstractions honor the beauty and individuality of each paper’s unique qualities. For more information about the exhibition, please visit Light Work’s website: http://bit.ly/1pzb6Zl

Doug Rickard at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC)

Nine photographs from Doug Rickard’s series A New American Picture are included in the exhibition Three Themes: Contemporary Connections with Paul Strand, on view at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC) from September 11 – November 8, 2014. The exhibition, organized by independent curator Dan Leers and Founder and Executive Director of PPAC, Sarah Stolfa, presents work by three contemporary artists who are advancing modernist photographer Paul Strand’s primary genres: portraiture, street photography and abstractions. Other featured artists include Tanyth Berkeley and Paul Salveson. A conversation between Doug Rickard and Dan Leers will be held on October 2, 2014 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm at PPAC. For more information, please visit the Center’s website: http://bit.ly/1ulRtXE

J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere at New Art Exchange, Nottingham

Hairstyles and Headdresses, a solo exhibition of J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere’s photographs, is on view at New Art Exchange in Nottingham, England from September 27, 2014 – January 11, 2015. The artist’s series recontextualizes the elaborate hairstyles and headdresses of Nigerian woman as “everyday” works of art. Starting in the 1960s, Ojeikere photographed over 1,000 women, documenting how styles evolved over time. By photographing only the head, Ojeikere highlights the sculptural qualities of each hairdo and provides insight into the iconography of hair in Nigerian culture. For more information, please visit the New Art Exchange website: http://bit.ly/Xb5XMI

Pieter Hugo’s Traveling Exhibition This Must Be the Place at Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno

From September 11, 2014 – January 4, 2015, the most comprehensive exhibition of Pieter Hugo's photographs to date, This Must Be the Place: Selected Works 2003-2012, is on view at Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno in Las Palmas, Spain. Previous venues include the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal; Fotografiska, Stockholm; Ludwig Museum, Budapest; STIMULTANIA, Strasbourg, France; Hague Museum of Photography, The Netherlands; and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland. This Must Be the Place, curated by Wim Van Sinderen, features over 90 photographs from the series Permanent Error, Nollywood, The Hyena & Other Men and Kin, as well as a selection of previously unpublished photographs. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog published by Prestel with essays by T.J. Demos and Aaron Schumann. More information can be found on the Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno’s website: http://bit.ly/1tHu0xD

Black Dog Publishing to Release Marco Breuer: Col●or

Marco Breuer: Col●or, a new monograph of Breuer’s work, will be released by Black Dog Publishing this fall. The hardcover, 160-page book features full-scale reproductions of never-before-seen photographs produced by the artist over the past 12 years. The photographs illustrate the range of Breuer’s unconventional treatment of photographic paper, including folding, scoring, burning, scouring, scraping, biting, or striking the surface. The monograph also includes essays by Isabelle Dervaux, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Drawings at the Morgan Library & Museum; Mary-Kay Lombino, Curator at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College; and Jeffrey DeShell, novelist, literary critic and Director of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. For more information about the monograph, please visit the website BookDepository.com: http://bit.ly/1hRCXhm

Kohei Yoshiyuki at Fotomuseum Winterthur

Photographs from Kohei Yoshiyuki’s series The Park are included in the traveling exhibition Blow-Up: Antonioni’s Classic Film and Photography, on view at the Fotomuseum Winterthur in Zurich, Switzerland from September 13 – November 30, 2014, and will travel to C/O Berlin in Germany in December 2014. Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 cult classic movie Blow-Up explored the ambiguous nature of photography and how one image can be variously interpreted. The exhibition presents film stills from the movie alongside photographs expounding on the film’s themes. Other featured artists include Richard Hamilton, Sophie Calle, Christian Marclay and Hiroshi Sugimoto, among others. The exhibition was previously on view from April 30 – August 17, 2014 at the Albertina in Vienna, Austria. A catalogue accompanying the exhibition was published by Hatje Cantz earlier this year. For more information about the exhibition, please visit Fotomuseum Winterthur’s website: http://bit.ly/1oxqeCO

Mark Ruwedel Wins the Scotiabank Photography Award

In April 2014, Mark Ruwedel received the Scotiabank Photography Award. The award, founded four years ago by photographer Edward Burtynsky and Jane Nokes, Director of the Scotiabank Group’s Corporate Archives and Fine Art Collection, is presented each year to a Canadian photographer. The winner of the Scotiabank Photography Award is honored with the release of a monograph by publisher Steidl and a major solo exhibition at the Ryerson Image Centre during next year’s Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. For more information concerning the award, please visit Scotiabank’s website: http://bit.ly/1jk9i4J

Mark Ruwedel Awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography

Mark Ruwedel has received a prestigious John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship in Photography. Fellowships are awarded to artists, scholars and scientists based on prior achievement and exceptional promise in the fields of Architecture, Planning & Design, Choreography, U.S. History, Psychology, Earth Science and Economics, among others. For more information about the Fellowship, please see the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation website: http://bit.ly/1pdoc0M

Chris McCaw Receives the 2014 Emerging Icon Award in Photography

Chris McCaw has been awarded the 2014 Emerging Icon in Photography Award by the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY, for his inventive artistic practice. McCaw was honored at the Light and Motion Gala in New York City on Monday, May 5, 2014, along with Emerging Icon in Film, Julia Loktev, and Lifetime Achievement honorees Mary Ellen Mark and Alexander Payne. For more information, please visit the George Eastman House’s website: http://bit.ly/1hlXX2H

Hatje Cantz Publishes Sze Tsung Leong’s Horizons

Hatje Cantz released a monograph of Sze Tsung Leong’s series Horizons in March 2014. The clothbound book features 144 of Mr. Leong’s landscape photographs. When placed side by side, the landscapes are linked by a common horizon line, forming an expansive global view. Designed and sequenced by Mr. Leong, the 160-page monograph is published with three different front and back covers and includes six fold-outs and essays by Leong; novelist, Pico Iyer; Director of the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Duncan Forbes; former Head of the Department of Photography at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Charlotte Cotton; and a conversation between the artist and Chief Curator of the Center for Creative Photography, Joshua Chuang. For more information, please visit the Hatje Cantz website: http://bit.ly/LM6T5b

Mishka Henner at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin and the Löwenbräu Areal Complex, Zurich

Mishka Henner’s work is included in the exhibition Consumption, which is simultaneously on view at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, Italy from September 10 – October 12, 2014 and at Löwenbräu Areal Complex in Zurich, Germany from September 26 – October, 25, 2014. The exhibition displays work by photographers nominated for the 10th annual Prize for Photography and Sustainability, including Adam Bartos, Rineke Dijkstra, Michael Schmidt and Laurie Simmons, among others. The artists were selected for their projects on the theme of consumption and its impact on today’s environment. This traveling exhibition was previously on view at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Palau Robert, Barcelona; Science Center and Technology Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece and will travel to Bernheimer Fine Art Photography, Munich, Germany. For more information about the exhibition and prize, please visit Prix Pictet’s website: http://bit.ly/1pLviXO

Pieter Hugo at Prospect New Orleans

Photographs from Pieter Hugo’s series Nollywood are included in Prospect New Orleans, an International Contemporary Art Biennial, on view from October 25, 2014 – January 25, 2015 in venues throughout the city of New Orleans. Titled Notes for Now, the third edition of the Biennial is organized by Franklin Sirmans, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and will exhibit work by international contemporary artists grouped under various curatorial themes, such as The New Orleans Experience, Seeing Oneself in the Other, The South, Crime and Punishment and Movie Going. Other featured artists include Carrie Mae Weems, Gary Simmons, Andrea Fraser, Liu Ding, Will Ryman, Theaster Gates, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Paul Gauguin, among others. Hugo's work will be on view on the thrid floor of the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. For more information, please visit the center's website: http://bit.ly/1vdTLJ5

Marco Breuer photographs acquired by the National Gallery of Art

Photographs by Marco Breuer are now in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. For a complete list of the artist’s collections, please visit the Yossi Milo Gallery website: http://bit.ly/1eb5SKz

Pieter Hugo at the Walther Collection

Work from Pieter Hugo’s series There’s A Place in Hell for Me & My Friends is included in the exhibition Distance and Desire: Encounters with the African Archive, on view at the Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany from June 9, 2013 – May 17, 2015. This three part exhibition, curated by Tamar Garb, is devoted to African photography and video art from the Walther Collection, from late 19th-century to the early 20th-century. Hugo’s work is on view at The White Box in an exhibition focused on contemporary artists engaged with historical photographic archives entitled Contemporary Reconfigurations. Featured artists include Sue Williamson, Zwelethu Mthethwa and Carrie Mae Weems, among others. A catalogue accompanied the exhibition, Distance and Desire: Encounters with the African Archive, African Photography from the Walther Collection, published by Steidl. For more information, please visit the Walther Collection’s website: http://bit.ly/1npUwN5

Lorenzo Vitturi at the Photographers’ Gallery

A solo exhibition of Lorenzo Vitturi’s series Dalston Anatomy was on view at the Photographers’ Gallery in London from August 1 – October 19, 2014. The exhibition featured photographs, sculptures and site-specific installations inspired by the Ridley Road Market, located in East London. The series draws on Vitturi’s experience as a resident of Dalston and his fascination with the colorful market known for its variety of goods. The artist recreates the chaotic and intense atmosphere of Ridley Road through photographs depicting the people who work at and visit the market; sculptures made from found food, clothing and bits of discarded material, precariously balanced and photographed before they fall; and collages, which combine photographs and found materials. Noting the transient nature of the market and the rapidly changing neighborhood, Vitturi’s series strives to preserve this multicultural and vibrant environment. For more information, please visit the Photographers’ Gallery website: http://bit.ly/1oY5gAu

Alison Rossiter at Salzburger Kunstverein

Work by Alison Rossiter was included in the exhibition Punctum: Reflections on Photography on view from July 25 – September 21, 2014 at Salzburger Kunstverein in Salzburg, Austria. Curated by Séamus Kealy, the exhibition was based on Roland Barthes’ book Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography, which examines the medium from multiple perspectives, such as using the camera as a documentary or surveillance tool to photography as a fine art. Kealy invited artists, curators and writers to choose a photograph that relates to Barthes’ philosophical investigations. Each work was accompanied by a short text explaining the participant’s decision. These essays were compiled into an exhibition catalogue and co-published by Salzburger Kunstverein and Fotohof edition upon the show’s completion. A lecture series also accompanied the exhibition. For more information, please visit Salzburger Kunstverein’s website: http://bit.ly/YdRBMO

Kohei Yoshiyuki at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2014

Photographs from Kohei Yoshiyuki’s series The Park were included in Typology, Taxonomy and Seriality, an exhibition organized by the Walther Collection as part of Les Rencontres d’Arles 2014, an annual photography festival held in Arles, France. On view from July 7 – September 21, 2014, the exhibition was curated by Brian Wallis and addressed conceptual performance, serial portraiture and time-based work from around the globe. Other featured artists included Bernd and Hilla Becher, Richard Avedon, August Sander and Ai WeiWei, among others. For more information, please visit Les Recontres d’Arles website: http://bit.ly/UUYbGz

Nevet Yitzhak at Petach Tikva Museum of Art

Work by Nevet Yitzhak was included in the exhibition Set in Motion, on view at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art in Petach Tikva, Israel from May 22 – September 6, 2014. The exhibition explored contemporary dance through site-specific pieces created by choreographers and work by visuals artist inspired by dance. Curators Drorit Gur Arie and Avi Feldman brought dance from the stage to the museum, creating a new dialogue between the spectator, the object and movement. Themes of community and the public sphere were the focus of work by artists such as Tracey Emin, Dan Graham and Mike Kelley, and choreographers Babette Mangolte and Mary Wigman, among others. For more information, please visit Petach Tikva Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/Zx7fnz

Chris McCaw and Matthew Brandt at the Museum of Photographic Arts

Work by Chris McCaw and Matthew Brandt were included in the exhibition After Ansel Adams on view at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, CA from May 17 – September 28, 2014. The exhibition featured Ansel Adams’ photographs of National Parks in the American West alongside the work of contemporary artists photographing the same landscape. Other featured artists included Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe, Binh Danh, Donna J. Wan, Michael Lundgren, Millee Tibbs and Takeshi Shikama. For more information, please visit the Museum of Photographic Art’s website: http://bit.ly/P9dfg8

Alessandra Sanguinetti and Jacob Aue Sobol at the Milwaukee Art Museum

Photographs by Alessandra Sanguinetti and Jacob Aue Sobol were included in the exhibition Postcards from America on view at the Milwaukee Art Museum in Wisconsin from July 10 - September 28, 2014. Postcards from America invited 7 photographers to catpure the interactions and relationships that define communities across America. Other featured artists included Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Bruce Gilden, Donovan Wylie, Alec Soth, Jim Goldberg, Paolo Pellegrin, Mark Power and Zoe Strauss. For further information, please visit the Milwaukee Art Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1pokjFY

Jacob Aue Sobol at the Cortona On the Move Festival

An exhibition of Jacob Aue Sobol’s series Arrivals and Departures were featured at the Cortona On the Move Festival in Cortona, Italy from July 17 – September 28, 2014. Arrivals and Departures depicts the artist’s month-long journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway, which travels from Moscow to Ulaanbaatar and Beijing. Sobol took roughly 1,000 photos a day, capturing the people and places he encountered along the way. The Cortona On the Move Festival, curated by freelance Photography Editor and Director of OjodePez Magazine, Arianna Rinaldo, occupied the entire town and was dedicated to promoting photography and travel. For more information, please visit the Cortona On the Move website: http://bit.ly/1vHqtCg

Pieter Hugo at Fundació Forvm per la Fotografia

Images from Pieter Hugo’s series The Hyena & Other Men were included in the exhibition Animalis at the Fundació Forvm per la Fotografia in Tarragona, Spain on view from July 4 – September 28, 2014. The show focused on images of animals as interpreted through the lens of contemporary photographers, including Luis Baylón, Peter Beard, Diana Blok, Wim Delvoye, Pentti Sammallahti and Joan Fontcuberta, among others. For more information about the exhibition, please visit Agenda de Arte’s website: http://bit.ly/1AGGpVb

Loretta Lux at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Photographs by Loretta Lux were included in the exhibition Convergences: Selected Photographs from the Permanent Collection on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles from July 8 – October 19, 2014. The exhibition juxtaposed contemporary and historical photographs from the Museum’s permanent collection to explore shifts in aesthetics and the development of new photographic processes. Other featured artists included Vera Lutter, Scott McFarland, Cindy Sherman, James Welling and Yasumasa Morimura, among others. For more information, please visit the Getty Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1mZtTNy

Pieter Hugo at the Standard Bank Gallery

Photographs by Pieter Hugo were included in the exhibition From Sitting to Selfie: 300 years of South African Portraits at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg from June 25 - September 6, 2014. The exhibition investigated the rich tradition of portraiture in South Africa, exploring the country’s culture through images of its inhabitants. Images by historical artists, such as George French Angas, Gerard Sekoto and Maggie Laubser were exhibited alongside work by contemporary artists such as David Goldblatt, Mikhael Subotzky and Candice Breitz. The show was accompanied by an exhibition catalogue with essays by curator Barbara Freemantle, artists Rashada Crouse and Joni Brenner, and art critic Sean O'Toole. For more information, please visit the Standard Bank Gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/1xTO8TG

Mishka Henner at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Photographs from Mishka Henner’s series Dutch Landscapes were included in the exhibition Now You See It: Photography and Concealment on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York from March 31 – September 1, 2014. Using works from the Museum’s permanent collection, the exhibition presented photographs and video art that explore themes of concealment and revelation. Other featured artists included Lee Friedlander, Weegee, Robert Frank, Chris Burden, Vito Acconci and Diane Arbus, among others. For more information, please visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/QscMHy

Charles Fréger at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

Photographs from Charles Fréger’s series Wilder Mann were included in the exhibition Second Life, on view at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft from June 14 – August 31, 2014. Organized by Associate Curator Joey Yates, Second Life examined taxidermy as an art object, while exploring themes of preservation, death and survival. Other featured artists included Jochem Hendricks, Adam Fuss and Damien Hirst, among others. For more information, please visit the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft’s website: http://bit.ly/1ohzSxI

Julie Cockburn at the Arnhem Museum

Embroidered photographs by Julie Cockburn were included in the group exhibition Threads, on view at the Arnhem Museum in The Netherlands from March 15 – August 17, 2014. The exhibition displayed work created with thread or textiles by more than 20 international artists and designers, including Faig Ahmed, Zarina Bhimji, Thomas Boland, Tiffany Monali Meher, Barbara Polderman and Saad Qureshi, among others. For more information, please visit the Arnhem Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1vzHoso

Mishka Henner at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art

Miskha Henner was included in the exhibition In Context: The Portrait in Contemporary Photographic Practice on view at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY from February 1 – July 27, 2014. Curated by Robert Knight, Assistant Professor of Art at Hamilton College, the exhibition included artists who use portraiture to address sociopolitical issues in contemporary society. Other featured artists included Taryn Simon, Laura El-Tantawy, Jim Goldberg, Alfredo Jaar, Sharon Lockhart and Alec Soth, among others. For further information, please visit the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1yHe44g

J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Photographs from Nigerian photographer J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere’s series Hairstyles were on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts from November 29, 2013 – August 3, 2014 in the exhibition Africa Now: Fashioning Personhood. The show explored themes of personal style and cultural identity in Africa through displayed examples of contemporary art and design. For further information about the exhibition, please visit Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ website: http://bit.ly/1k6PQYw

Jacob Aue Sobol at ROSPHOTO

Jacob Aue Sobol and Swedish photographer Anders Petersen were included in the two-person exhibition Veins on view at ROSPHOTO State Museum and Exhibition Centre for Photography in St. Petersburg, Russia from June 11 – August 3, 2014. The artist’s distinctive documentary-style photographs from their publication Veins (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2014) were shown together for the first time. For more information, please visit ROSPHOTO’s website: http://bit.ly/1s9Axon

Mishka Henner at Baltic 39

Work by Miskha Henner was included in the exhibition They Used to Call It the Moon at Baltic 39 in Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom from April 25 – June 29, 2014. The exhibition focused on contemporary artists whose work addresses and expands upon established iconographic imagery of the moon. Other featured artists included Cristina de Middel, Aleksandra Mir, Sophy Rickett, Katie Paterson and Antonio Riello, among others. For more information, please visit Baltic 39’s website: http://bit.ly/PXosBj

Yossi Milo Gallery Participates in Chelsea Art Walk

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in the Chelsea Art Walk on Thursday, July 24 from 5 – 8pm. In celebration of the event, the Gallery hosted a book signing for Sze Tsung Leong’s Horizons, recently published by Hatje Cantz. The clothbound book is designed and sequenced by the artist and features 144 of Mr. Leong’s landscape photographs. Each image is connected by a common horizon line to form a continuous landscape that suggests an unfurled, and potentially limitless, view of the globe's surface. For more information, please visit Chelsea Art Walk’s website: http://bit.ly/1qOLsyY

Matthew Brandt at the Savannah College of Art and Design

A solo exhibition of Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs series was on view at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) from February 4 – July 6, 2014. A highlight of the exhibition was a grid of twenty-four identical photographs of Corona Lake, CA, each soaked in water from the lake, creating one-of-a-kind photographs reminiscent of paintings. For more information, please visit the Savannah College of Art and Design website: http://bit.ly/1eR2qH7

Kohei Yoshiyuki at the Naggar School of Art

Kohei Yoshiyuki’s series The Park was exhibited in Israel for the first time in a solo exhibition at The New Gallery at the Naggar School of Art in Musrara, Jerusalem, on view from May 20 – July 4, 2014. The exhibition coincided with the Musrara Mix Festival and was curated by Avi Sabag, Chief Curator and Founder of the Nagger School of Art. This year marked the 14th edition of the Musrara Mix Festival, an international and multidisciplinary event promoting the arts in Jerusalem. For more information, please visit the Musrara Mix Festival’s website: http://bit.ly/1io59fo

Matthew Brandt at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University

Photographs from Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs series were included in the group exhibition Beyond Earth Art, on view from January 25 – May 11, 2014 at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. The show, curated by Andrea Inselmann, revisited Cornell’s 1969 exhibition, Earth Art, that presented nine international artists’ site-specific work related to issues of landscape and environment. Beyond Earth Art featured materials related to the historic 1969 exhibition alongside work by contemporary artists, including Ansel Adams, Edward Burtynsky, Agnes Denes, Olafur Eliasson, Mark Dion, David LaChapelle, Dennis Oppenheim and Robert Smithson, among others. For further information about the exhibition, please see Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1alzDHU

Charles Fréger at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Work from Charles Fréger’s series Wilder Mann was on view at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto as part of the exhibition Material Self: Performing the Other Within, a featured show of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. On view from May 1 – June 1, 2014, the exhibition presented the work of eight contemporary artists who explore the use of clothing, costume and uniform as props to communicate individual or cultural identities. Other featured artists included David Favrod, Hendrik Kerstens, Namsa Leuba, Meryl McMaster, Dominque Rey, Tomoko Sawada and Mary Sibande. The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival takes place annually at various venues in the Greater Toronto Area and is devoted to fostering the art and profession of photography. For more information about the exhibition, please visit Contact Photography Festival’s website: http://bit.ly/1zduB18

National Gallery of Canada Interviews Mark Ruwedel

Mark Ruwedel filmed an interview for the National Gallery of Canada about photographs from his series Desert Houses, Dusk and Crossing featured in the NGC’s exhibition Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012. To watch the interview, please see the following link: http://bit.ly/M8JgUK

Jacob Aue Sobol at Magnum Gallery, Paris

A solo exhibition of Jacob Aue Sobol’s work, Toujours avec toi, was on view at the Magnum Gallery in Paris, France from April 10 – June 7, 2014. The exhibition was a survey of the artist’s work to date, including photographs from the series Sabine, I, Tokyo and Veins. For more information, please visit Magnum Gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/1piKECp

Pieter Hugo at Huis Marseille

Work by Pieter Hugo was included in the group exhibition Apartheid & After at the Huis Marseille in Amsterdam from March 15 – June 8, 2014. The exhibition focused on the work of contemporary South African photographers depicting their country and countrymen during and after the Apartheid. Targeted towards a Dutch audience, the exhibition strived to start a dialogue about both countries’ points of intersection. Other featured photographers include David Goldblatt, Guy Tillim, Jo Ractliffe, Santu Mofokeng, Zanele Muholi, Mikhael Subotzky, Daniel Naudé and Sabelo Mlangeni. For more information, please visit Huis Marseille’s website: http://bit.ly/1fKVMXd

Ezra Stoller at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Ezra Stoller was included in the exhibition Architecture + Photography on view at the Heinz Architectural Center at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh from April 12 – May 26, 2014. The exhibition, organized by Tracy Myers, Curator of Architecture, and Alyssum Skjeie, Curatorial Assistant, featured selected artists who examine the complex relationship between photography and architecture. Newly acquired work by Stoller was on view alongside photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston, Richard Artschwager, Dan Graham and W. Eugene Smith. For more information, please visit the Carnegie Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1izVnX9

Asako Narahashi at Pier 24 Photography

Asako Narahashi was included in the exhibition A Sense of Place at Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco. On view from July 2013 - May 2014, the exhibition considered how photography can shape one’s perception of surrounding environments. Work in the exhibition varied in scale, from large room-sized installations to small, personal photographs that explored a variety of locations, memories and emotive experiences. Other featured artists included Doug Aitken, Lee Friedlander, Paul Graham, Andreas Gursky, Rinko Kawauchi, Stephen Shore and Jeff Wall, among others. For more information, please visit the Pier 24 Photography website: http://bit.ly/liw5yK

Marco Breuer at the Morgan Library & Museum

Marco Breuer’s work was included in the group exhibition A Collective Invention: Photographs at Play on view at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York City from February 14 – May 18, 2014. The show explored the role of photography in the fields of science, journalism, advertising and propaganda. Each featured image shared a visual or conceptual quality with work to its left and right, forming a cohesive exhibition. For more information, please visit the Morgan Library & Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/ZwiSdA

Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer and Alison Rossiter at the International Center of Photography

Photographs by Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer and Alison Rossiter were included in the group exhibition What Is a Photograph? at the International Center of Photography in New York, on view from January 31 – May 4, 2014. The exhibition, organized by ICP Curator Carol Squiers, explored creative experimentation in photography from 1970s to the present. Other featured artists include Owen Kydd, Marlo Pascual, Sigmar Polke, James Welling, Gerhard Richter, Lucas Samaras, David Benjamin Sherry and Christopher Williams, among others. For more information, please visit the ICP website: http://bit.ly/18ETg1U

Nigerian Photographer, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere, Dies at 83

Yossi Milo Gallery is deeply saddened by the loss of J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere, the noted Nigerian photographer, who passed away in February in Lagos, Nigeria, at the age of 83. Ojeikere was best known for his series, Hairstyles, comprised of over 1,000 black-and-white photographs depicting the elaborate hairstyles and headdresses of Nigerian woman, which he began in 1968. Holland Cotter’s 2001 New York Times review described Ojeikere’s work as “records of an astonishingly varied and sophisticated species of abstract sculpture.” The artist was born in 1930 in Ojomu Emai, Nigeria and lived and worked in Ketou, Nigeria until his death. Hairstyles has been exhibited extensively at venues around the world, including the 2013 Venice Biennale exhibition The Encyclopedic Palace, curated by Massimiliano Gioni, and at Documenta in 2007.

Nevet Yitzhak at Circle 1, Platform for Art & Culture, Berlin

Nevet Yitzhak’s work Carpet, a single channel projection of an oriental rug with animated elements, was on view at Circle 1, Platform for Art & Culture in Berlin, Germany, from February 20 - March 29, 2014 as part of the dual-exhibition, I have no one but you. Work by Khen Shish was also presented. Circle 1 is a non-profit organization that promotes Israeli art and intercultural dialogue in Berlin. For more information, please see Circle 1’s website: http://bit.ly/1iG2bVu

Marco Breuer at Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Photographs by Marco Breuer were included in the exhibition Color! American Photography Transformed at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens in Memphis, TN, on view from January 19 – March 23, 2014. The exhibition focused on the history of color photography from the 1850s to the present and how the integration and acceptance of color transformed the medium. Other featured artists included Gregory Crewdson, Laurie Simmons, William Klein, William Eggleston and Richard Misrach, among others. This traveling exhibition was previously on view at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, from October 5, 2013 - January 5, 2014. For further information, please visit Dixon Gallery and Garden’s website: http://bit.ly/1pgVs2H

Mike Brodie at Galerie Rudolfinum

Photographs from Mike Brodie’s series, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, were included in the group exhibition Only the Good Ones: The Snapshot Aesthetic Revisited on view at Galerie Rudolfinum in Prague, Czech Republic from January 24 - April 6, 2014. The exhibition, curated by Michal Nanoru, explored the history and influence of the snapshot aesthetic in 20th century photography. Featured artists included William Eggleston, Walker Evans, Ryan McGinley, Dash Snow, Gus Van Sant, Andy Warhol, Garry Winogrand, Daido Moriyama, Larry Clark and Stephen Shore. For more information about the exhibition, please visit Galerie Rudolfinum’s website: http://bit.ly/JYtAlX

Lise Sarfati at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Lise Sarfati: Post-Factum, a solo exhibition of the artist’s work, was on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from December 7, 2013 - April 27, 2014. Sarfati’s carefully sequined series of photographs depicting the homes of French writer and filmmaker Marguerite Duras, taken only days after her death in 1996 was presented in its entirety. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1g6P36v

Matthew Brandt Lectures at Dixie State University

Matthew Brandt gave a lecture at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah on April 10, 2014 as part of the Barnum Honors Lecture series. Brandt discussed his alternative photographic processes and various bodies of work. For more information, please visit Dixie State University’s website: http://bit.ly/1gEbcIn

Ezra Stoller at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art

Photographs by Ezra Stoller were included in the exhibition Evans Woollen: The Art of Architecture, organized by the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. On view from January 28 – February 15, 2014 at the Woollen-designed Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University, the exhibition examined the architect’s designs and impact on the field.

Pieter Hugo at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

Photographs by Pieter Hugo were included in the exhibition Fabric as Material and Concept in Modern Art from Klimt to the Present, at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg in Wolfsburg, Germany from December 10, 2013 – February 3, 2014. This large scale exhibition explored the significance of textiles in art and everyday life and featured artwork by Eva Hesse, Henri Matisse, Sigmar Polke, Joseph Beuys, Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian and Man Ray, among others. A comprehensive exhibition catalogue published by Hatje Cantz, Kunst & Textile, accompanied the exhibition. For more information, please visit Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg’s website: http://bit.ly/1leKqfX

Doug Rickard at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery

Photographs by Doug Rickard were included in the exhibition Classless Society on view from September 7, 2013 – March 9, 2014 at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. This interdisciplinary exhibition explored issues of social class and the development of the American Dream from various social and economic perspectives through contemporary art and historical materials. For further information, please visit the Tang Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/16khsTq

Tim Hetherington at the Brooklyn Museum

Photographs from Tim Hetherington’s series Infidel were included in the exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath on view at the Brooklyn Museum from November 8, 2013 - February 2, 2014. This traveling exhibition was previously on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston from November 11, 2012 – February 3, 2013, and featured work by more than 280 international photographers documenting conflict. The curated collection of 400 photographic prints, books, magazines, albums and camera equipment, spaned the last 166 years and presented a comprehensive look at the range of experiences inherent to war. For further information, please visit the Brooklyn Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/13jJSrm

Sze Tsung Leong at Exposure Photography Festival in Canada

Photographs from Sze Tsung Leong’s series Horizons were included in the group exhibition Decade, organized in collaboration with the Exposure Photography Festival in Banff, Canmore and Calgary, Canada. Curated by Vincent Varga, director of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Decade took place at CKG gallery in Calgary from February 6 – March 1, 2014. For more information about the festival, please visit Exposure’s website: http://bit.ly/1a8fk65

Julie Cockburn at Baltic 39 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

Works by Julie Cockburn were included in the group exhibition RIFT, on view at the non-profit art space Baltic 39 from January 22 – March 2, 2014. The second installment of a two part exhibition, RIFT explored image-making through the processes of re-composition and abstraction. For more information, please visit the Baltic 39 website: http://bit.ly/1b6210L

Doug Rickard at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

On March 16, 2014, Doug Rickard participated in Bearing Witness, a symposium on contemporary photography, organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Topics for discussion included power and pervasiveness of photography in both art and everyday life, and how social media, digital cameras and amateur photojournalism has altered the field of photography. Other participants included freelance writer and curator, Peter Brook; Associated Press Chief Photographer in Asia, David Guttenfelder; Magnum photographer, Susan Meiselas; Director of Photography at The New York Times, Kathy Ryan; and Magnum photographer, Zoe Strauss. For more information about the symposium, please visit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1cDaRHH

Marco Breuer at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Marco Breuer gave an artist talk at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. Breuer discussed his artistic process of creating one-of-a-kind, camera-less photographs. For more information, please visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s website: http://bit.ly/1iUs8zW

Myoung Ho Lee Awarded the 2013 Red Dot Award

Myoung Ho Lee received the 2013 Red Dot Award in Communications Design for his participation in the project sTREEt. The project drew awareness to the decline of trees in the city center of Gangnam in Seoul, South Korea. Rectangular posters with a hole in the middle, which acted as a viewfinder, were placed in front of stores and directed at trees, encouraging shoppers to pause and look at the “street trees,” an idea inspired by Myoung Ho Lee’s series Tree. For more information about the project, please visit the Red Dot Award’s website: http://bit.ly/1mwiztp

Mike Brodie at Sundance Film Festival

Photographs from Mike Brodie’s A Period of Juvenile Prosperity were included in the group exhibition SPACE, on view during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT from January 16 – February 15, 2014. The exhibition presented landscape photographs by Brodie, Lee Friedlander, John Divola, Nan Goldin, Jack Pierson, Juergen Teller, Catherine Opie, Todd Hido, Peter Sutherland and Jim Mangan. For more information, please visit the exhibition organizer’s website: http://bit.ly/1dURHcA

Mark Ruwedel Interviewed by Tate Modern

Mark Ruwedel discusses his 9-print piece, Wendover Air Force Base: Nine Bomb Craters, Utah, 1999, in a talk filmed in his Los Angeles studio for the series “TateShots”. The group of photographs depicting found earthworks on the salt flats of a bomb testing site is part of the Tate Modern’s permanent collection. A second interview with Ruwedel discussing his studio space and artistic process is also available. To watch either interview, please visit the following links: http://bit.ly/1aRlc3I and http://bit.ly/186fyoZ

Simen Johan at Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University, NY

Work by Simen Johan was included in the group exhibition New Mythologies: Supernatural States and Polar Exploration on view at the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery at Alfred University in Alfred, NY. The exhibition, curated by Lydia McCarthy, was on view from January 31 – February 23, 2014 and featured the work of five photographers who create manipulated images of Nordic landscapes. Other featured artists included Scott Alario, Sarah Anne Johnson, Lydia Anne McCarthy and Grant Willing. For more information, please visit the Fosdick-Nelson gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/1jRfr9m

Alison Rossiter and Chris McCaw at the Akron Art Museum

Work by Alison Rossiter and Chris McCaw was included in the exhibition, With a Trace: Photographs of Absence, on view at the Akron Art Museum in Ohio from July 27, 2013 - January 26, 2014. The exhibition featured non-digital and ethereal photographs by artists spanning several generations and included Christopher Bucklow, Adam Fuss, Harry Callahan, Daido Moriyama and Minor White. For more information, please visit Akron Art Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1enH8zn

Pieter Hugo and Lise Sarfati at The Nelson-Atkins Museum

Photographs by Pieter Hugo and Lise Sarfati were included in the exhibition About Face: Contemporary Portraiture at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, MO. The exhibition was curated by the museum’s Assistant Curator of Photography, Jane L. Aspinwall, and April M. Watson, Associate Curator of Photography, in collaboration with Andy Adams, editor and producer of FlakPhoto.com. On view from August 9, 2013 – January 19, 2014, About Face featured the work of 29 international photographers who considered the question: How do we define contemporary portraiture? The result was a collection of images that addressed issues of race, culture, ethnic backgrounds, class and gender identity. For more information, please visit The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/1cgnBVS

Matthew Brandt, Doug Rickard and Mark Ruwedel at the Museum of Photographic Arts

Photographs by Matthew Brandt, Doug Rickard and Mark Ruwedel were included in the exhibition Staking Claim: A California Invitational at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego. The exhibition was on view from October 8, 2013 - January 26, 2014 and featured recent work by established and emerging photographers residing in California. Other featured artists included Susan Burnstine, Eric William Carroll, John Chiara, Chris Engman, Robbert Flick, Todd Hido, Siri Kaur, Mona Kuhn, Matt Lipps, David Maisel, Klea McKenna, Paul Schiek and Christina Seely. For further information, please visit the Museum of Photographic Arts' website: http://bit.ly/1e2CDhV

Marco Breuer Lecture at the International Center of Photography

On Wednesday, January 29 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Marco Breuer gave a lecture at the School at the International Center of Photography in New York as part of the ICP Lecture series. Breuer’s work will be included in the ICP’s upcoming exhibition, What Is a Photograph?, which will explore creative experimentation in photography since the 1970s. For more information, please visit the ICP website: http://bit.ly/1cRoJx7

Jacob Aue Sobol Lecture at Grundtvigs Højskole, Denmark

Jacob Aue Sobol spoke at Grundtvigs Højskole, a university in Hillerød, Denmark, on January 14, 2014. The artist discussed work from the series Arrivals and Departures; Sabine; I, Tokyo; Home, Copenhagen; and signed books from the series. For more information, please visit Grundtvigs Højskole’s website: http://bit.ly/1asOoZo

Yuki Onodera at the J. Paul Getty Museum

Photographs from Yuki Onodera’s series Look out the Window were on view in a group exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum of Art in Los Angeles from October 1, 2013 – January 5, 2014. The exhibition, entitled At the Window: The Photographer’s View, explored ways photographers use windows as a framing device or tool. Other selected artists included William Henry Fox Talbot, Julia Margaret Cameron, Eugène Atget, Robert Adams, Uta Barth, among others. For more information, please visit the Getty Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/2ZhKUV

Charles Fréger at the Musée D’Art de Toulon and Villa Noailles

Charles Fréger’s solo exhibition, Outremer, was on view at the Villa Noailles in Hyères, France from November 21, 2013 - January 12, 2014. The exhibit focused on Fréger’s interest in the military and featured portraits of sailors from a French naval vessel set against the costal landscape of Djibouti, Africa. The traveling exhibition was previously on view at the Musée d’art de Toulon in France from September 27 to November 17, 2013. For more information, please visit Villa Noailles’ website: http://bit.ly/1b6wpwn

Alison Rossiter at Gallery See at Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta

Photographs by Alison Rossiter were included in the exhibition Manipulated on view from September 3 – December 27, 2013 at Gallery See at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Atlanta. The exhibition, curated by Alexandra Sachs, Assistant Curator at SCAD, Atlanta, featured the work of ten contemporary artists using experimental and alternative studio and darkroom processes to create one-of-a-kind photographs. The exhibition was organized as part of the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival. For further information regarding Manipulated, please visit the SCAD website: http://bit.ly/16p7P3Y

Doug Rickard and Mishka Henner at the Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh

Doug Rickard and Mishka Henner were included in the group exhibition Surveying the Terrain on view at the CAM Raleigh in North Carolina from October 3, 2013 - January 13, 2014. Curated by Dan Solomon, the show explored the work of artists using maps, mapping technologies, surveying technologies and cartography as an integral part of their practice. Other featured artists included Alfredo Jaar, Matthew Jensen, Laura Kurgan, Maya Lin, David Maisel, Vik Muniz, Trevor Paglen and Clement Valla. For further information, please visit CAM Raleigh’s website: http://bit.ly/1fJIlad

Marco Breuer at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Photographs by Marco Breuer were included in the exhibition Color! American Photography Transformed at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, from October 5, 2013 - January 5, 2014. The exhibition presented 75 photographs by artists that have influenced the medium of color photography. Other featured artists included Gregory Crewdson, Alex Prager, Laurie Simmons, William Klein, William Eggleston and Richard Misrach, among others. For further information, please visit the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s website: http://bit.ly/173xgYb

Mishka Henner at the McCord Museum

Plotting From Above – Mishka Henner and Montreal Aerial Survey, an exhibition of Mishka Henner’s work was on view at the McCord Museum in Montreal from September 7, 2013 - January 5, 2014. Curated by Paul Wombell, the exhibition juxtaposed Henner’s satellite imagery with aerial photographs from the museum’s permanent collection. For more information, please visit the McCord Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1h1nVEN

Yossi Milo Gallery at Miami Project 2013

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in Miami Project, which took place at the Miami Project Festival Pavilion from December 3 – 8, 2013. The Gallery presented work by artists Marco Breuer, Matthew Brandt, Mishka Henner, Simen Johan, Myoung Ho Lee, Chris McCaw, Alison Rossiter, Mike Brodie, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere, Ezra Stoller, Pieter Hugo and Kohei Yoshiyuki. For additional information, please visit the Miami Project website: http://bit.ly/zTUQZw

Doug Rickard Book Signing at Dashwood Books

Doug Rickard signed copies of his new monograph TOM (Little Big Man, 2013) on Wednesday, November 13 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Dashwood Books in New York City. The book compiles found, vintage surveillance photographs of women in 1960s Los Angeles and examines subjects of voyeurism and obsession. For more information about Dashwood Books, please visit their website: http://bit.ly/1dpQRpO

Yossi Milo Gallery at Paris Photo 2013

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in Paris Photo 2013, which took place at the Grand Palais from November 14 – 17. The Gallery presented the work of five artists who use unconventional means to create their images: Marco Breuer, Mishka Henner, Chris McCaw, Alison Rossiter and Julie Cockburn. A photograph from Chris McCaw’s series Sunburned was also included in ACQUA #4, an exhibition curated by Giorgio Armani for the fair. For additional information, please visit the Paris Photo website: http://bit.ly/XtLdzz

Mishka Henner Book Signing at Paris Photo

Yossi Milo Gallery hosted a book signing of Mishka Henner’s self-published monograph Less Américains (2013) at 4:00 PM on Saturday, November 16 in Both D20 during the Paris Photo fair held at the Grand Palais. For more information, please see the Paris Photo website: http://bit.ly/16LAQvw

Doug Rickard’s Dealers in Death (Killin’ Time) Available at Paris Photo 2013

Doug Rickard’s exclusive, self-published monograph, Dealers in Death (Killin' Time), was available at Harper’s Books, Booth EE7, in the Grand Palais during Paris Photo 2013. Rickard appropriates images, wartime letters and illustrations of Vietnam found on the internet to create an American soldier’s fictional photo album. This one-of-kind book presents a narrative that is both personal and provides commentary on the broader subject of national ideology during the Vietnam War. For more information, please visit the Paris Photo website: http://bit.ly/1gcsVdZ

Jacob Aue Sobol at Maison du Danemark

Jacob Aue Sobol’s solo exhibition, Avec Toi, opened at the Maison du Danemark in Paris, France on November 15 and was on view through December 15, 2013. The exhibition included photographs from Sobol’s series Sabine, I, Tokyo, Arrivals and Departures and his ongoing project, Home, Copenhagen. On Saturday, November 16, at 4:00 PM, Sobol gave an artist’s talk followed by a book signing of his publications Sabine, I, Tokyo and Veins at 6:00 PM. For more information, please visit the Maison du Danemark website: http://bit.ly/16mJ7TX

Mishka Henner at La Maison Européenne de la Photographie

On Friday, November 15, 2013, at 6:30 PM, Mishka Henner participated in a panel discussion about the internet as both subject and medium in contemporary photography at La Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris. The panel included artists Dina Kelberman and Jon Rafman and was moderated by Antoine Fréchin. For more information, please visit the La Maison Européenne de la Photographie’s website: http://bit.ly/1anRInK

Jacob Aue Sobol at Athens Photo Festival

Close to You, a solo exhibition of photographs by Jacob Aue Sobol, was on view at the Athens Photo Festival from November 1 - 20, 2013. The exhibition presented images from the series: I, Tokyo; Bangkok Encounter; Home, Copenhagen; and Arrivals and Departures. For more information about Close to You, please visit the Athens Photo Festival website: http://bit.ly/16qFC1s

Dewi Lewis Publishing Releases Jacob Aue Sobol and Anders Petersen’s Veins

Veins, a new book of photographs by Jacob Aue Sobol and Swedish photographer Anders Petersen, is now available through Dewi Lewis Publishing. The publication of Veins coincided with an exhibition of the same name on view at the Embassy of Sweden in Riga, Latvia from August 12 – September 12, 2013. For more information, please visit the Dewi Lewis Publishing website: http://bit.ly/7BZ0VE

Little Big Man Releases Doug Rickard’s TOM

TOM, the new monograph by Doug Rickard has been released by publisher Little Big Man. The book compiles images from Rickard’s extensive collection of film negatives and polaroids, which examine subjects of voyeurism and surveillance, common themes in the artist’s work. For more information about TOM, please visit the Little Big Man website: http://bit.ly/19Ct3fV

Mark Ruwedel Lecture at the San Francisco Art Institute

On November 8, 2013 at 7:30pm, Mark Ruwedel spoke at the San Francisco Art Institute as part of their lectures series held in conjunction with the organization, PhotoAllainace. For more information, please visit the San Francisco Art Institute’s website: http://bit.ly/1dieaEK

Jacob Aue Sobol at the Maison du Danemark

A solo exhibition of Jacob Aue Sobol’s series The Gomez-Brito Family was on view at the Maison du Danemark in Paris, France from November 8 - December 15, 2013. The series follows the daily life of an indigenous Mayan family on their farm in Guatemala. For further information, please visit the Maison du Danemark’s website: http://bit.ly/1eHfYYD

Yossi Milo Gallery Announces Representation of Marco Breuer

Yossi Milo Gallery now represents photographer Marco Breuer. The artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will be held in Fall 2014. Throughout his 20-year career, Breuer has consistently challenged the conventions of photography by rejecting the use of camera, film, and negative in favor of directly interacting with material and process. The results of his investigations are abstract, complex, one-of-a-kind photographs that negotiate the illusionistic space of photography versus the concrete space of the physical mark.

Marco Breuer’s work is included in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany; International Center of Photography, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge; and the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, among others. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, including solo shows at the De Young Museum, San Francisco and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Breuer was born in 1966 in Landshut, Germany and currently lives in upstate New York. For more information please see the Yossi Milo website: http://bit.ly/19HL7Gg

Myoung Ho Lee at the Pacific Asia Museum

Photographs from Myoung Ho Lee’s series Tree were included in the exhibition Constructed Visions: New Media from Korea at the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, CA. On view from August 23 - November 24, 2013, the exhibition featured Korean artists using photography and video art to recreate or enhance urban and rural environments. Other selected artists included Atta Kim, Minkyung Lee and Junebum Park. For further information, please visit the Pacific Asia Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1d6lDEl

Kohei Yoshiyuki Included in the 2013 Venice Biennale

Photographs from Kohei Yoshiyuki’s series The Park were included in the 55th Venice Biennale, which was on view from June 1 – November 24, 2013. The 2013 Biennale, titled “The Encyclopedic Palace,” was curated by Massimiliano Gioni and presented over 150 artists from 37 countries in the Giardini, Arsenale and in various venues throughout Venice. For additional information, please visit the official Venice Biennale website: http://bit.ly/QLMpa

Myoung Ho Lee Included in the 2013 Venice Biennale

Photographs from Myoung Ho Lee’s series Tree were included in a group exhibition during the 2013 Venice Biennale. The exhibition was sponsored by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea and was on view at the Spazio Lightbox in Venice from June 1 – November 24, 2013. The exhibition, curated by Chuyoung Lee, Associate Curator at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, brought together artwork from sixteen of Korea’s most influential contemporary artists and transformed the Spazio Lightbox into a self-contained, surreal and off-beat world. For further information, please visit the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art’s website: http://bit.ly/107cEep

Tim Hetherington, Alessandra Sanguinetti and Jacob Aue Sobol at FOTOFESTIVAL, Germany

Photographs by Tim Hetherington, Alessandra Sanguinetti and Jacob Aue Sobol were included in FOTOFESTIVAL, which was on view from September 13 - November 10, 2013. The festival, curated by Andréa Holzherr, included eight exhibitions of work by Magnum photographers in venues throughout the cities of Mannheim, Heidelberg and Ludwigshafen in Germany.

Tim Hetherington’s work was included in the group show Battleground/ Afghanistan on view at Heidelberger Kunstverein in Heidelberg. The exhibition explored the subjects of disputed territories, war and armed conflicts. Other featured artists include Steve McCurry, Abbas, Chris Steele-Perkins and Thomas Dworzak. For more information concerning the exhibition please see the following link: http://bit.ly/1bDPJBf

Alessandra Sanguinetti’s photographs wer included in the two-person exhibition Insight Out also at the Heidelberger Kunstverein, which depicted the lives of American soldiers stationed in Mannheim, Germany. Photographs by Donovan Wylie were also featured. For more information, please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/1b2Phty

Photographs from Jacob Aue Sobol’s series Sabine were included in the exhibition No Place Like Home at the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen, which depicts concepts of home, family, and identity. Other featured artists include Alec Soth, Christopher Anderson, Martin Parr and Trent Parke, among others. For more information, please see the following link: ttp://bit.ly/1b2Phty

Jacob Aue Sobol at the Bielsko-Biala FotoArtFestival

A solo exhibition of Jacob Aue Sobol’s series Stories was included in the Bielsko-Biala FotoArtFestival in Poland that was on view from October 11 - 27, 2013 and was the first exhibition of Sobol’s work in Poland. The festival featured work from international photographers including Ragnar Axelsson, Andrejs Grants, William Ropp, Zhang Xiao, Francesco Zizola, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Daria Endresen and Joyce Tenneson, among others. For more information, please visit the FotoArtFestival website: http://bit.ly/16XmdD4

Mark Ruwedel at the Fralin Museum of Art

Photographs by Mark Ruwedel were included in the exhibition Looking at the New West: Contemporary Landscape Photography at the University of Virginia’s Fralin Museum of Art in Charlottesville. On view from June 7 - December 15, 2013, the exhibition featured the work of six contemporary photographers that focus on the changing landscape of the American West. An exhibition of work by Ansel Adams was on view concurrently and highlighted the transition from historical photographs of pristine wilderness to contemporary landscapes marked by urban development. Other selected artists included Robert Adams, Lois Conner, Michael Lundgren, Mike Osborne and Joni Sternbach. For more information, please visit the Fralin Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/14PBJSW

Matthew Brandt Lecture at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt)

On October 30, 2013 at 6:00pm, Matthew Brandt gave an artist’s talk about his experimental photographic practices at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. The lecture was part of MassArt’s visiting artists lecture series and took place in conjunction with the exhibition Reality Check, which was on view at the Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery from September 9 - December 7th, 2013. For more information, please visit MassArt’s website: http://bit.ly/18cu15T

Mishka Henner Lectures at Le Bal

On October 23, 2013 at 8:00 PM, Mishka Henner discussed his series of photographs, Less Américains, at Le Bal in Paris. For more information on the lecture, please visit the Le Bal website: http://bit.ly/1cq31zk

J.D. ‘Okhai’ Ojeikere at the Museum of the African Diaspora

J.D. Okhai Ojeikere’s solo exhibition Sartorial Moments and the Nearness of Yesterday was on view at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, CA from June 30, 2013 to October 13, 2013. Curated by Olabisi Silva, Satorial Moments documents Nigerian dress and hairstyles from 1955 to 2008, using style to depict the changing world of a post-colonial Nigeria and the influence of Western culture. For more information, please visit the Museum of the African Diaspora website: http://bit.ly/1d6nb1e

Chris McCaw Lecture at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

On September 22nd from 2:30 to 4:00 pm Chris McCaw gave a talk at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in Durham, NC. McCaw, the Museum’s current Cassilhaus Artist-in-Residence, discussed his series Sunburn. For more information, please visit the Nasher Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/17zpZBQ

Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw at Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Photographs by Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw were included in the exhibition Reality Check at the Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston. The exhibition was on view from September 9 – December 7, 2013 and featured 7 artists whose work appear to be digitally altered, but is in fact the result of experimental, non-digital processes. Other featured artists include Daniel Gordon, Stephen Mallon, Christina Seely, Angela Strassheim and Gastón Ugalde. For more information, please visit Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s website: http://bit.ly/19EnXEy

Kohei Yoshiyuki at Northern Illinois University Art Museum

Photographs from Kohei Yoshiyuki’s series The Park were included in the exhibition On Watching and Being Seen at the Northern Illinois University Art Museum in DeKalb from August 27 – October 19, 2013. The exhibition featured 28 local and international artists whose work explores the roles of the observer and the exhibitionist, particularly through the influence of social media and surveillance technology. Other featured artists include Walker Evans, Helmut Newton, Susan Meiselas and Joachim Ladefoged. For further information, please visit the museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1cSUHdD

Pieter Hugo’s Traveling Exhibition This Must Be the Place at Fotografiska

From August 30 – November 24, 2013, the most comprehensive exhibition of Pieter Hugo's photographs was on view at Fotografiska in Stockholm. The exhibition traveled to the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, STIMULTANIA in Strasbourg, France, Hague Museum of Photography in The Netherlands and the Musée de l'Elysée in Switzerland and will continue to tour through 2014. This Must Be the Place: Selected Works 2003-2012, features over 90 photographs from the series Permanent Error, Nollywood, and The Hyena & Other Men, as well as a selection of previously unseen photographs. The exhibition is accompanied by a comprehensive catalog published by Prestel with essays by T.J. Demos and Aaron Schumann. More information is available on the Fotografiska website: http://bit.ly/1e3DUn7

Jacob Aue Sobol at Forte di Bard, Italy

Contact sheets by Jacob Aue Sobol were on view in the exhibition Magnum Contact Sheets at Forte di Bard in Valle d’Aosta, from June 21 - November 10, 2013. The exhibition highlighted the importance of the contact sheet as a source of reference and as a tool for critical and peer review, and included other prominent Magnum photographers, such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruno Barbey, Elliott Erwitt, Jim Goldberg and Trent Parke. For further information, please visit the Forte di Bard’s website: http://bit.ly/1c4QuPm

Nevet Yitzhak at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Nevet Yitzhak was included in a joint exhibition entitled Bill of Lading at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art in Israel. On view from May - November, 2013, the exhibition featured Nevet’s video and sound installation The Concert, which references Johannes Vermeer’s painting of the same name and examines images of the “orient” as portrayed by Western films. Work by Raqs Media Collective, based in New Delhi, was also on view. For further information, please visit the Herzliya Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/10noCUA

Jacob Aue Sobol at Landskrona FotoFestival

Photographs from Jacob Aue Sobol’s series Stories were exhibited as part of the Landskrona FotoFestival in Sweden, on view from August 23 – 25, 2013. The artist gave a talk about his most recent projects at Landskrona Art Gallery on Saturday, August 24th. The festival offered lectures, workshops and portfolio reviews. For more information, please visit the Landskrona FotoFestival’s website: http://bit.ly/1dqTDMP

Takuma Nakahira in The New York Times

Roberta Smith reviews Takuma Nakahira’s exhibition Circulation: Date, Place, Events in The New York Times. The first review of the exhibition ran in the “Art in Review” section of the paper on Friday, July 12, in which Smith states that the exhibition is “Mr. Nakahira’s revelatory solo debut in the United States.” A follow-up review ran in “The Listings” of the “Weekend Arts” section of the paper on Friday, July 19 and again on Friday, July 26. Smith goes onto say that Nakahira’s exhibition “introduc[es] an artist ahead of his time in his emphasis on chance and of existing images and the determined ‘de-skilling’ of his medium.” To read the full review published on July 12th, please visit The New York Times’ website, http://nyti.ms/12umsPt, or visit the follwing link to read the review published on July 19 and July 26: http://nyti.ms/15QIG1S

Jacob Aue Sobol at the Embassy of Sweden in Riga, Latvia

Photographs by Jacob Aue Sobol were included in an exhibition entitled Veins at the Embassy of Sweden in Riga, Latvia. On view from August 12 – September 12, 2013, the exhibition also featured the work of Swedish photographer Anders Petersen. The exhibition took place in the Academy of Art at the Embassy and was organized in cooperation with the Nordic Council of Ministers’ office in Riga. For further information, please visit the Embassy of Sweden in Riga website: http://bit.ly/1asRvlk

Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw at Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh

Matthew Brandt and Chris McCaw were included in the group exhibition, Currents: Photographs from the collection of Allen Thomas Jr., on view at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) in Raleigh, North Carolina from June 8 - October 7, 2013. The exhibition, curated by Nils Ericson, featured the work of nine emerging photographers, including Michele Abeles, Matthew Baum, Debbie Grossman, Carolyn Janssen, Maciek Jasik, Sarah Anne Johnson and Arne Svenson. For further information, please visit the CAM Raleigh website: http://bit.ly/15TYYao

Loretta Lux at Princeton University Art Museum

Loretta Lux was included in the exhibition, Shared Vision: The Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla Collection of Photography, on view from June 29 - September 15, 2013 at the Princeton University Art Museum in New Jersey. The exhibition was organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida (MOCA) in collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum and was previously on view at MOCA and Aperture Foundation, New York. Ben Thompson, curator at MOCA, and Paul Karabinis, an assistant professor of photography at University of North Florida, co-curated the exhibition. For further information please visit the Princeton University Art Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/1aQy75t

Yossi Milo Gallery Participated in Chelsea Art Walk

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in Chelsea Art Walk on Thursday, July 25 from 5 – 8 pm. In celebration of the event and of the gallery’s Takuma Nakahira exhibition, Circulation: Date, Place, Events, Franz Prichard, a Postdoctoral Fellow of Japanese Studies and translator of specific Nakahira texts on photography into English, gave a gallery tour and talk about this landmark series at 7pm. For further information, please visit Chelsea Art Walk’s website: http://artwalkchelsea.com and the Yossi Milo Gallery website: http://bit.ly/1862pPi

Tim Hetherington at Galerie am Graben, Germany

Photographs from Tim Hetherington’s series War Graffiti were included in the exhibition Street Art and Protest Culture at Galerie am Graben, a municipal gallery in Augsburg, Germany. Curated by Timo Köster, director of the Office for Peace and Intercultural Affairs, and Lisa Bogerts, director of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies, the exhibition was on view from July 25 – August 25, 2013 and coincided with the “Festival of Peace,” on August 8.

Alison Rossiter, Pieter Hugo and Doug Rickard at Les Rencontres d’Arles

Photographs by Alison Rossiter, Pieter Hugo and Doug Rickard were featured at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2013, the forty-third edition of the annual photography festival held in Arles, France. Rossiter’s photographs were featured in a solo exhibition titled Expiry at Atelier de Mécanique in Parc des Ateliers. Hugo’s series There’s a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends was on view at the Atelier de Chaudronnerie (Grande Halle) and photographs from Rickard’s series A New American Picture were featured in The Club, a group exhibition on view at La Bourse du Travail. All three exhibitions were on display from July 1 - September 22, 2013. For further information, please visit the Les Recontres d’Arles website: http://bit.ly/1cqOBwH

Tim Hetherington at Foam Museum of Photography, Amsterdam

Infidel, a solo exhibition of Tim Hetherington’s photographs were on view at the Foam Photography Museum in Amsterdam from July 19 – September 7, 2013. The exhibition presented a selection of photographs from the series Infidel, taken in Afghanistan in 2007 - 2008, as well as Hetherington’s films Sleeping Soldiers and Diary. This was the first exhibition of the artist’s work in The Netherlands. For further information, please visit the Foam Photography Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/14WVp4k

Loretta Lux and Doug Rickard at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Loretta Lux and Doug Rickard were included in the exhibition After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston from June 19 – September 8, 2013. The exhibition highlighted photographs from the Museum of Fine Arts’ collection, which are made using digital cameras and photo altering programs such as Adobe Photoshop. For further information, please visit the Museum of Fine Arts’ website: http://bit.ly/15hpHeO

Jacob Aue Sobol at the Leica Gallery Prague

A solo exhibition of photographs from Jacob Aue Sobol’s series Arrivals and Departures were on view from June 6 - September 8, 2013 at the Leica Gallery in Prague. Arrivals and Departures documents the people and landscapes Sobol encountered while traveling along the Trans-Siberian Railway through the cities of Moscow, Russia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Beijing, China. For further information, please visit the Leica Gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/14IqTuU

Ezra Stoller at the Palm Springs Art Museum

Photographs by Ezra Stoller were on view from May 25 - October 6, 2013 in a group exhibition at the Palm Springs Art Museum in California. The exhibition, Insights into Architecture, prominently featured Ezra Stoller’s photographs among those of other architectural photographers inspired by his work. For more information, please visit the Palm Springs Art Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/17pGeDq

Myoung Ho Lee in T: The New York Times Style Magazine

Nine color photographs from Myoung Ho Lee’s series Tree were included in T: The New York Times Style Magazine published in the May 2013 issue. Stephen Heyman wrote a text to accompany the images. To read the full article, please visit The New York Times' website: http://nyti.ms/16PWj4R

Charles Fréger Included in the Liverpool International Photography Festival

Charles Fréger was included in the second edition of the Liverpool International Photography Festival. As part of the festival, Fréger has a solo exhibition at the Open Eye Gallery entitled The Wild and The Wise. The exhibition is on view from May 18 – August 25, 2013 and presents individual and collective portraits from Fréger’s series Wilder Mann and The Légionnaires. For further information, please visit the Liverpool International Photography Festival website: http://http://bit.ly/119gbxG

Doug Rickard Lectures at the University of California, Santa Cruz

Doug Rickard gave a lecture at The Arts, University of California, Santa Cruz on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 at 6pm. Rickard discussed the social, cultural, racial, economic and technological implications of his series A New American Picture and talked about his views on the future direction of art and photography. For more information about the lecture, please visit The Arts’ website: http://bit.ly/17kY6N5

Matthew Brandt and Mark Ruwedel at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Photographs by Matthew Brandt and Mark Ruwedel were included in the group exhibition Land Marks, on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from April 30 - August 25, 2013. Curated by Douglas Eklund, the exhibition of works from the museum’s permanent collection was on view in the Lila Acheson Wallace Wing on the first floor. Other selected artists include Robert Smithson, Christo, Huma Bhabha and Vik Muniz, among others. For further information, please visit the Metropolitan Museum's website: http://bit.ly/19YDWgI

Loretta Lux at Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego

Loretta Lux was included in the group exhibition 30x: Three Decades at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. On view from February 2 – October 13, 2013, the exhibition presented highlights from the museum’s collection in celebration of their 30th anniversary. Other selected artists included Alexander Rodchenko, Thomas Struth, Lee Friedlander, Robert Adams and Marian Drew, among others. For further information, please visit the Museum of Photographic Arts’ website: http://www.mopa.org/30x

Doug Rickard in Conversation with Joshua Chuang

Doug Rickard and Joshua Chuang, Assistant Curator of Photographs at Yale University Art Gallery, discussed the development of photography in a lecture at the New School entitled, “New Frontiers and Familiar Territories.” The lecture was part of a two-day conference, The Photographic Universe II, which took place at The New School on April 10 - 11, 2013. To view the entire conversation, please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/14klnRh. For more information about the conference, please visit The Photographic Universe’s website: http://bit.ly/10KjEhO

Charles Fréger at the FotoMuseum, Provincie Antwerpen

A solo exhibition of Charles Fréger’s series Wilder Mann was on view from February 2 - July 6, 2013 at the FotoMuseum in Antwerp. The museum displayed Fréger’s colorful photographs depicting diverse regional manifestations of the mythological Wild Man, a symbolic marker of certain religious holidays, cycles of the seasons and rites of passage. In full-length portraits, Fréger depicts the elaborate costumes which visually transform the masqueraders into a wooly bear, a long-horned goat, a demon or a man of straw. Fréger photographs these creatures in their native landscape and explores human fascination with folklore, ritual and tradition. For further information, please visit the FotoMuseum’s website: http://bit.ly/kaT5n

Asako Narahashi at the Japan Society

Three photographs from Asako Narahashi’s series half awake and half asleep in the water were included in the exhibition Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints, on view at the Japan Society in New York City from March 9 through June 9, 2013. The exhibition juxtaposed classical graphic Japanese prints from masters such as Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshige with contemporary works inspired by these artists and their works. For further information please see the Japan Society’s website: http://bit.ly/pfGNdj

Mike Brodie on NPR’s “All Things Considered”

Mike Brodie discussed his series A Period of Juvenile Prosperity on the NPR program “All Things Considered” on April 12, 2013. Hosts Audie Cornish and Melissa Block question Brodie about his photographs and the experience of train hopping. To listen to the entire interview, please visit NPR’s website: http://n.pr/153WxV7

Doug Rickard at the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC)

Doug Rickard participated in a panel lecture entitled “Indoor Clouds, Google Street View and Dutch Masterworks” sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission on March 20, 2013. The panel was moderated by Megan Shieffler, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery Director, and included contemporary Dutch artist Berndnaut Smide and curator of the European Art Department at the de Young Museum, Melissa Buron. Topics of the panel included themes of documentation, site, ephemerality vs. permanence and “truth” in image making. The entire panel discussion is posted at the following link: http://bit.ly/11W6MVj

Robert Bergman at the Rockland Center for the Arts

Robert Bergman was included in the group exhibition, FACE it, on view from March 10 - April 14, 2013 at the Rockland Center for the Art’s Emerson Gallery. The exhibition of portraits, curated by Lynn Stein, featured contemporary photographers whose work transcends the label of editorial photography. Other participating artists included Valerie Belin, Amy Elkins, Jill Greenberg and Steve Pyke. For more information, please visit the Rockland Center for the Arts’ website: http://bit.ly/WvaMQ8

Yossi Milo Gallery at ADAA, The Art Show

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in The Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America, from March 6 – 10, 2013. The gallery featured a curated selection of photography-based artworks by Matthew Brandt, Sze Tsung Leong, Chris McCaw and Alison Rossiter. This year’s Art Show marks the 25th year of the event and the 50th Anniversary of the ADAA. For additional information, please visit The Art Show website: http://bit.ly/67NIId

Yossi Milo Gallery at The Armory Show

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in The Armory Show at Pier 94 from March 7 – 10, 2013. The gallery’s presentation in booth 714 featured the work of Matthew Brandt, Alison Rossiter, Mark Ruwedel, Pieter Hugo, Simen Johan, Doug Rickard, Julie Cockburn, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere and Myoung Ho Lee. This year’s show marked the 100th year anniversary of the influential Armory show. For more information, please visit the Armory Show website: http://bit.ly/coTh7f

Chris McCaw and Pieter Hugo at the Somerset House Trust

Chris McCaw and Pieter Hugo were included in the group exhibition Landmark: The Fields of Photography at the Somerset House Trust in London. The exhibition was on view from March 14 – April 28, 2013 and featured more than 70 international photographers whose work explores both the beauty and the harsh reality of the earth’s changing landscape. For further information, please see the Somerset House website: http://bit.ly/XdyREz

Ezra Stoller in The New York Times

Michael Kimmelman reviewed Ezra Stoller: Beyond Architecture in The New York Times. The two page article, complete with 6 color and black-and-white images, was on the front page of The Arts Section in the Wednesday, February 6th edition. To read the article, please visit The New York Times website: http://nyti.ms/Y8uSKE

David Goldes at the Bakken Museum

A solo exhibition of David Goldes’ series entitled, Electrified Drawings, were on view at the Bakken Museum in Minneapolis, MN from February 9 – April 22, 2013. The exhibition displayed 27 photographs of Goldes’ powdered graphite drawings of boundaries, paths, loops and shapes that are visual representations of complete electrical circuits. Goldes photographs the drawing the moment the power is turned on. The resulting image captures the electrical current racing through the circuit, which illuminates particular areas of the drawing. Goldes’ electrical drawings were also on display. For more information, please visit the Bakken Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/WMYQXk

Yossi Milo Gallery Announces Representation of Mike Brodie

Yossi Milo Gallery now represents American photographer, Mike Brodie. The artist’s first exhibition with the gallery was held from March 7 – April 6, 2013 and presented A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, a series of color photographs that document a gritty youth subculture of train hoppers and squatters in the United States. Working under the moniker The Polaroid Kidd, Brodie shot the series while traveling the rails over a five-year period. An artist’s reception and book signing for the Twin Palms publication, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, was held on Thursday, March 7 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. For more information please see the Yossi Milo website: http://bit.ly/WVeCLX

Tim Hetherington at Julie Nester Gallery

An exhibition of Tim Hetherington’s photographs were on view at the Julie Nester Gallery in Park City, UT. The exhibition featured photographs from Hetherington’s work in Afghanistan and Liberia and was presented in conjunction with the HBO documentary “Which Way is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington,” which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. For further information please see Julie Nester Gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/V72FJ0 and the HBO documentary website: http://bit.ly/Vsjv2f

Pieter Hugo Lectures at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Pieter Hugo gave a lecture about his work and artistic process at the Cleveland Museum of Art on Saturday, January 19, 2013. For further information, please visit the Cleveland Museum's website: http://bit.ly/SeBY2G

Charles Fréger at the Hermès Gallery, New York

Charles Fréger’s series, Wilder Mann, was on view at Hermès Gallery in New York. Part of the Hermès Foundation, the Hermès Gallery was created with the goal of establishing and nurturing relationships with contemporary artists. The spring/fall season of 2013 presented two French artists who explore the themes of transformation and man’s desire to be both a unique individual and part of a larger group. Fregèr’s exhibition was on view in the spring of 2013 and ran in tandem with an exhibition of the same photographic series at Yossi Milo Gallery, opening Thursday, April 11 and on view through Saturday, May 18, 2013. For further information please see the Hermès Foundation website: http://bit.ly/SeWAaN

Tim Hetherington and Asako Narahashi at the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University

Tim Hetherington and Asako Narahashi were included in the group exhibition Dark Blue: The Water as Protagonist at the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University. The exhibition was on view from January 16 through May 19, 2013 and explored the depiction of water from varying photographic points of view. Other featured artists include Gregory Crewdson, Diane Arbus, Joel Sternfeld and Harry Callahan, among others. For more information please see the Haggerty Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/TNb5kF

Loretta Lux and Andrew Bush at the Oakland University Art Gallery

Loretta Lux and Andrew Bush were included in The Roving Eye: Aura and the Contemporary Portrait, on view at the Oakland University Art Gallery in Rochester, MI, from January 12 - March 31, 2013. Curated by Dick Goody, Associate Professor of Art at Oakland University, the exhibition explored the work of international contemporary artists who focus on the practice of portraiture. Other artists included Charlotte Dumas, Pierre Gonnord, Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist) and Debbie Grossman, among others. For more information please see the Oakland University Art Gallery’s website: http://bit.ly/12Gp014

Ezra Stoller, Photographer, is now available through Yale University Press

The new monograph Ezra Stoller, Photographer published by Yale University Press is available for purchase. The book is a long-awaited survey of Stoller’s artistic accomplishments in post-war architectural photography and includes essays by Nina Rappaport and Erica Stoller, with contributions by Andy Grundberg, Akiko Busch and John Morris Dixon. For more information, and to order a copy please visit the Yale University Press website: http://bit.ly/KY7Y6g or visit the gallery website http://bit.ly/dJi8U8

Sze Tsung Leong Lectures at the Center for Alternative Photography

Sze Tsung Leong gave a public lecture at the Center for Alternative Photography on Tuesday, December 4, 2012. The artist discussed his series Horizons and signed copies of his monograph of the same name. To listen to a recording of the lecture, please visit the Center for Alternative Photography’s website, http://bit.ly/JxNz7C

Jacob Aue Sobol at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore

Works from Jacob Aue Sobol’s series I, Tokyo was exhibited in Outside In at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. The exhibition ran from October 10, 2012 - January 6, 2013 and included photographs by Sobol, Stuart Franklin and Mark Power, the three most recent inductees to Magnum photography. For further information please visit Marina Bay Sand’s website, sponsor of the ArtScience Museum: http://bit.ly/U3VNqa

Erica Stoller and Nina Rappaort Lecture on Ezra Stoller, Photographer

Erica Stoller, director of Esto Photography, and Nina Rappaport, architectural critic, curator and historian, gave a talk at the Center for Architecture in New York on December 10, 2012. Stoller and Rappaport discussed their role in publishing Ezra Stoller, Photography, the new monograph recently released by Yale University Press. For more information, please visit the Center of Architecture’s website: http://bit.ly/RWw9Yu

Yossi Milo Gallery at Paris Photo 2012

Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to have participated in Paris Photo 2012, with a presentation of work from artists Takuma Nakahira, Tim Hetherington, Chris McCaw, Charles Fréger, Sheree Hovsepian, Alison Rossiter, Myoung Ho Lee and Sze Tsung Leong. Paris Photo took place at the Grand Palais and featured 128 galleries from around the world.

Doug Rickard on PBS News Hour

The series A New American Picture was featured in a seven-minute news segment, “The Photography of Doug Rickard,” produced by KQED Public Media for Northern California. Rickard was interviewed in detail about his artistic process and his work’s impact on contemporary, digital photography. The segment was re-broadcasted nationally on PBS news hour on October 29, 2012. The entire segment can be seen on the website: http://bitly.com/RRpoVM

Alejandro Chaskielberg, Andrew Bush and Pieter Hugo at the Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan

Alejandro Chaskielberg, Andrew Bush and Pieter Hugo were included in the group exhibition, Face to Face, that was on view from October 11 – November 11, 2012, at the Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan. Face to Face explored the subject of portraiture in painting, photography and sculpture with 63 select artworks from the collection of Statoil. For further information please visit Statoil’s website: http://bit.ly/REHlot

Lise Sarfati’s She named as a finalist for the PhotoBook of the Year Award

Lise Sarfati’s new publication She, published by Twin Palms, was one of ten finalists for the PhotoBook of the Year award, organized by Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo. The hardcover book includes an introductory essay by Quentin Bajac, the Chief Curator of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. For more information about the award, visit Aperture’s website: http://bit.ly/UUgp8c. Copies of She may be purchased through the Twin Palms site: http://bit.ly/xxs9e3

Mark Ruwedel at the National Gallery of Canada

Mark Ruwedel was included in Builders: Canadian Biennial on view at the National Gallery of Canada from November 2, 2012 – January 20, 2013. The Biennial presented more than 100 recent acquisitions by new and emerging artists from the National Gallery’s collection. For more information please visit the National Gallery of Canada’s website: http://bit.ly/Szm1V8

David Goldes at the Walker Art Center

David Goldes is included in the group exhibition Midnight Party on view at the Walker Arts Center through February 23, 2014. The exhibition, curated by Joan Rothfuss, displays work by over 100 artists in a variety of mediums from the Walker Arts Center’s permanent collection. For further information please visit the Walker Art Center’s website: http://bit.ly/sC8U3J

Sze Tsung Leong at the Greenville Museum of Art

Sze Tsung Leong was included in Otherworldly, a group exhibition at the Greenville Museum of Art in North Carolina. The exhibition of photographs selected from the Allen G. Thomas Jr. Photography Collection was on view from October 26, 2012 – January 27, 2013. Focused on the theme of otherworldly people, places and things, the exhibition included artists Sally Mann, Taj Forer, Anthony Goicolea, Francesca Romero and Jeff Whetstone, among others. For further information please visit the Greenville Museum of Art’s website: http://bit.ly/WAfx6S

Twim Palms releases Mike Brodie's A Period of Juvenile Prosperity

Twin Palms Publishers release Mike Brodie's A Period of Juvenile Prosperity in February, 2013. This first edition, hardcover book features an introductory essay by the artist and 60 color plates from Brodie's photographic series of the same name. For further information or to purchase a copy, please vist the Twin Palms website: http://bit.ly/OAhcFw

Simen Johan at the David Winton Bell Gallery of Brown University

A solo exhibition of Simen Johan’s series Until the Kingdom Comes was on view at the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University from November 17, 2012 – February 17, 2013. The exhibition, curated by Jo-Ann Conklin, Director of the David Winton Bell Gallery, included seventeen large-scale photographs from the series. For more information please visit Brown University’s website: http://bit.ly/19xxxWi

Sze Tsung Leong at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College

Sze Tsung Leong’s photograph La Merced, Quito from the series Cities was included in the group exhibition Looking Back at Earth at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College. The exhibition, which ran from July 7 – August 26, 2012, addressed issues of a changing earth and its environments. For more information please visit the Hood Museum’s website: http://bit.ly/LctFll

Simen Johan at the School of Visual Arts

Photographs from Simen Johan’s series Until the Kingdom Comes were included in the group exhibition, Myths & Realities at the Visual Arts Gallery at the School of Visual Arts, from August 29 – September 29, 2012. The exhibition was co-curated by Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography at the New York Times Magazine, and Scott Thode, editor of VII Magazine, and included the work of sixteen alumni photographers. For further information please visit the School of Visual Art’s website: http://bit.ly/NbONpW

Yuki Onodera at the Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography

Yuki Onodera’s work was included in the group exhibition, Viewpoint/ A closer look at showing, on view at the Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography in Amsterdam from September 14 – December 9, 2012. The exhibition examined the concept of looking and being looked at, and included photographs and films by Rineke Dijkstra, Ryan McGinley, Valérie Belin and Antoni + Alison, among others. For further information please visit the museum’s website: http://bit.ly/UcR8Bp

Myoung Ho Lee at Festival des Arts Visules de Vevey

Photographs from Myoung Ho Lee’s series Tree were included in Festival des Arts Visules de Vevey in France from September 8 – 30, 2012. The festival occurs every two years and the work is exhibited in multiple indoor and outdoor locations throughout the city of Vevey. This year’s theme was “A change of décor” and presented artists who alter the foreground and background of their photographs. Other participating artists included Christian Marclay, Cindy Sherman and Jean-Daniel Berclaz. For further information please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/RarXNV

Doug Rickard included in Aperture Remix

Doug Rickard is included in the group exhibition Aperture Remix, which opened on October 17, 2012 at Aperture Gallery. The exhibition, which coincides with Aperture’s Sixtieth Anniversary, invited ten photographers to create an artistic response to an influential Aperture publication. Rickard created new photographic work in response to Stephen Shore’s Uncommon Places. Aperture Remix will be on view until 2015. For more information please visit Aperture’s website: http://bit.ly/SfoxPI

Doug Rickard Book Launch and Artist Talk at Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

Doug Rickard signed copies of A New American Picture, co-published by Aperture and Koenig Books, at the Aperture Gallery and Bookstore on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 6:30pm. Released this fall, the hardcover book contains 144 images from Rickard’s series of the same title and an introductory essay by David Campany. For more information please visit Aperture’s website: http://bit.ly/UyyKG7

Doug Rickard at the Daegu Photo Biennale, Korea

Doug Rickard was included in the fourth Daegu Photo Biennale on view from September 20 – October 28, 2012. Operating since 2006, this year’s Biennale included photographs from over 200 international artists. For further information please see the following website: http://bit.ly/U7AWUO

Lise Sarfati and Quentin Bajac at the Library Jeu de Paume, Paris

Lise Sarfati and Quentin Bajac, chief curator of Photography at the MoMA, discussed Sarfati's most recent publication, She (Twin Palms), at the Library Jeu de Paume in France on Thursday, September 20 at 7pm. Bajac, who wrote the introductory essay for She, discussed the themes and inspiration behind the series with Sarfati. For further information please visit the website: http://bit.ly/RZQDNg

Doug Rickard at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago

Doug Rickard's series A New American Picture was included in the exhibition Peripheral Views: States of America from July 13 – September 30, 2012. The exhibition brought together artists confronting the difficulty of picturing the United States at the present time and included works from Veronica Corzo-Duchardt, Martin Hyers & William Mebane and Liz Magic Laser, among others. For more information, please visit the Museum of Contemporary Photography's website: http://bit.ly/12pqnlb

Yossi Milo Gallery at in Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam

Yossi Milo Gallery participated in Amsterdam's first international photography fair, Unseen, that took place on September 19 to September 23, 2012. Unseen is a joint venture of FOAM (Fotografiemuseum Amsterdamn); Platform A (office for cultural business development); and Vandejong (branding agency). The fair focused on presenting promising young photographers to a broader audience. Yossi Milo Gallery exhibited works by Matthew Brandt, Pieter Hugo, Alison Rossiter and Myoung Ho Lee. For more information concerning the Unseen Photo Fair please see the following link: http://bit.ly/LRJ09n

Twin Palms Releases Lise Sarfati’s She

Twin Palms Publishers has released Lise Sarfati's She. The book features fifty-two color plates from Sarfati's series of the same name with an essay entitled the Anti-Family Album by Quentin Bajac, Chief Curator of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. For more information on the first edition of She, please visit the Twin Palms website: http://bit.ly/Sxh3mD

Pieter Hugo Lectures at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Pieter Hugo gave a lecture at the Cleveland Museum of Art on Saturday, November 3. The lecture was followed by a short question and answer session. For further information please visit the Friends of Photography website, an affiliate of the Cleveland Museum and sponsor: http://bit.ly/OcW6ef

Doug Rickard's A New American Picture Released by Aperture Foundation and Koenig Books

A New American Picture, co-published by Aperture Foundation and Koenig Books, is now available for purchase. This hardcover edition features 144 pages with 90 color images. A book signing took place on October 18, 2012 during the opening reception of Rickard’s first solo exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery. For further information please visit the Aperture Foundation's website: http://bit.ly/14jqrE6

Tim Hetherington Included in Courage and Strength at the Honolulu Museum of Art

Tim Hetherington was included in the exhitibion, Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served on view at the Honolulu Museum of Art from September 6, 2012 until February 24, 2013. The exhibition featured artists Nina Berman, Ashley Gilbertson, Peter Hapak, Suzanne Opton and Tim Hetherington, who offer glimpses of the internal feelings and experiences of soldiers at war, rather than depicting moments of combat. For more information please visit the Honolulu Museum of Art's website: http://bit.ly/OeWM6E

Alessandra Sanguinetti Participates in ORANGE

Images from Alessandra Sanguinetti's On the Sixth Day were included in this year's ORANGE, a reoccurring art event which brings work from international artists to Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. The fair promotes the visual arts across Canada and explores issues related to art and agriculture in the visual arts. For further information about ORANGE please see the website: http://bit.ly/Rqxnrl

Loretta Lux at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Loretta Lux was included in Portrayal/Betrayal, an exhibition of over 100 photographs from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art's permanent collection, which was on view from June 2 - September 16, 2012. The photographs were organized according to themes that explored facets of the complex relationship between photographer and subject. For further information please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/TuVPGf

Loretta Lux and Yuki Onodera at the National Museum of Art, Osaka

Loretta Lux and Yuki Onodera were included in The Allure of the Collection, an exhibition celebrating the 35th anniversary of the National Museum of Art in Osaka, Japan. The exhibition was on view from April 21 - June 8, 2012 and displayed over 350 works by 150 artists from the museum's permanent collection. For further information, please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/PObEtD

Mark Ruwedel's Wendover A.F.B Nine Bomb Craters on View at the Tate Modern Museum

Part of the permanent collection, Wendover A.F.B Nine Bomb Craters, by Mark Ruwedel is now on view at the Tate Modern Museum. For more information, please visit the Tate's website: http://bit.ly/Mg3uuM

Pieter Hugo Nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2012

Pieter Hugo was one of four photographers nominated for the prestigious 2012 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, which is awarded annually to the photographer who has made the most notable contribution to the photography field in Europe. The Prize exhibition, featuring work from Mr. Hugo's Permanent Error series, took place in summer 2012 at The Photographers' Gallery in London and then traveled to the Deutsche Börse Headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. The other nominees were Rinko Kawauchi, Christopher Williams and John Stezaker. For more information, please visit: http://www.photonet.org.uk/index.php?pid=594

Candela Releases Chris McCaw's Sunburn

Publishers, Candela, have released Chris McCaw's Sunburn. The book features forty-three images from McCaw's photographic series of the same name with essays by Katherine Ware, San Francisco arts writer, and Allie Haeusslein, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe. For further information or to purchase the book please visit the following website: http://bit.ly/SFiyB2

Pieter Hugo at the FotoTriennale.dk

Pieter Hugo was included in FotoTriennale.dk that took place in Funen, Denmark during the month of October, 2012. Over thirty artists from Denmark and abroad were invited to present their work which investigates the theme of “The Good Life” or what constitutes a good and healthy life during a time of global economic uncertainty. Hugo presented work from his series, Permanent Error. For Further information please visit the following website: http://bit.ly/LUJFJn

Kohei Yoshiyuki at the Liverpool Biennial

Kohei Yoshiyuki's work from the series, The Park, was part of exhibition The Unexpected Guest, in this year’s Liverpool Biennial. The exhibition displayed works by over sixty international leading and emerging artists at various locations throughout the city. This year marked the fourteenth anniversary of the Liverpool Biennial and took place from September 15 to November 25, 2012. For further information please visit the following website: http://bit.ly/LKYetZ

Alejandro Chaskielberg at the Ullens Center of Contemporary Art, Beijing

Alejandro Chaskielberg's photograph, Her Own Water, was included in the exhibition UCCA Beyond Words: Photography from The New Yorker, that was on view at the Ullens Center of Contemporary Art in Beijing from April 15 through June 10, 2012. Curated by Elisabeth Biondi and Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, the exhibition displayed over one hundred images from sixty-five international photographers who have been published in The New Yorker between the years of 1890 to 2010. For more information, please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/174dG0H

Mark Ruwedel in The Permanent Way at Apexart

Mark Ruwedel's photographs from his series, Westward the Course of Empire, were on view at Apexart as part of the exhibition, The Permanent Way. This exhibition, curated by Brian Sholis, celebrated the 150 anniversary of the Pacific Railway Act and the development of the first transcontinental railroads. Historical and contemporary images depicted the expansion of railroads and the resulting dramatic alternations to the American landscape. The Permanent Way was on view from June 6 - July 28, 2012. For more information please see the following link: http://bit.ly/ngZAPH

Loretta Lux at Aperture Gallery, New York

Loretta Lux was included in the exhibition, Shared Vision: The Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla Collection of Photography, at the Aperture Gallery in New York. The exhibition was organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida (MOCA) and ran from March 2 - April 21, 2012. Ben Thompson, curator at MOCA, and Paul Karabinis, an assistant professor of photography at University of North Florida, co-curated the exhibition. For further information please visit the Aperture Foundation's website: http://bit.ly/MZWtgT

Doug Rickard, From Here On

Doug Rickard was included in From Here On, a group exhibition at the Photo Museum Antwerp, curated by Clément Chéroux, Joan Fontcuberta, Erik Kessels, Martin Parr, Joachim Schmid, and Roland Buschmann. The exhibition featured international artists who create work from found internet images taken from sources such as Google Street View, Flicker and Facebook. Such work questions the parameters of copyright laws and authorship, while posing the question, "Is traditional photography dead?" The exhibition was on view from June 22 through September 30, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/fTnRuf

Loretta Lux at the National Gallery of Victoria

Loretta Lux's The drummer was included in Confounding: Contemporary Photography, an exhibition of photographs from the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria that explored photography's ability to make the unreal seem real. The exhibition, which ran from October 5, 2012 - March 3, 2013, included fourteen photographs by Australian and international artists including Roger Ballen, Pat Brassington, Thomas Demand, Eliza Hutchings, Rosemary Laing, Patricia Piccinini, Peter Peryer, Wang Quingsong and Ronnie van Hout. For more information about the National Gallery of Victoria, please visit: http://bit.ly/R5IirC

Alessandra Sanguinetti at the International Center of Photography

A selection of Sanguinetti's work were on view at the International Center of Photography in New York as part of the exhibition, A Short History of Photography: From the ICP Collection Honoring Willis E. Hartshorn, Ehrenkranz Director, on view from May 18 – September 2, 2012. The exhibition showcased images from the ICP's expansive collection, ranging from the 1840s to the present and focused on alternative histories of photography. Sanguinetti's photograph, The Necklace, was one of the title images for the exhibition. For further information please see the following link: http://bit.ly/KIV8dO

Doug Rickard at Ray 2012 in Frankfurt Germany

Doug Rickard was included in, Making History, the main exhibition at RAY Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/ RheinMain. The show presented a variety of international contemporary photography and video art and was a collaboration between nine collections and institutions: Art Collection Deutsche Börse, the Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie, the DZ BANK Kunstsammlung, the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Marta Hoepffner-Gesellschaft für Fotografie e.V. in the Stadtmuseum Hofheim am Taunus, the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, the Städel Museum and the Opelvillen foundation, Rüsselsheim. The exhibition was on view from April 20 to July 8, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://www.ray2012.de/english/home

Matthew Brandt and Alison Rossiter in Surface Tension at the Center for Photography at Woodstock

The Center for Photography at Woodstock's group exhibition, Surface Tension, featured photographs from two of Matthew Brandt's series, Lakes and Reservoirs and Portraits, as well as Alison Rossiter's works on expired vintage photo paper. The exhibition, curated by Ariel Shanberg and Akemi Hiatt, included works by eleven artists who use photography in unconventional ways. Surface Tension was on view from May 5 through June 24, 2012. For more information, please visit:http://bit.ly/15qYfle

Simen Johan Awarded The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Grant for Photography

In April of 2012, Simen Johan received the prestigious George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Grant. Nine grants were awarded for the 2012-2013 academic year, and this year’s honorees were selected from the fields of anthropology, archaeology and photography. For more information about the fellowship, please visit: http://brown.edu/Divisions/Graduate_School/Howard_Foundation/

Doug Rickard Lectured at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles

Doug Rickard discussed his most recent series, A New American Picture, at the Annenberg Space for Photography as part of the IRIS Nights Lecture Series, presented by MOPLA (Month of Photography Los Angeles) and the Annenberg Space for Photography. The presentation was on Wednesday, April 25th 2012, 6:30-8:00pm. For more information, please visit: http://www.mopla.org/programs/popup.php?eid=337

Yossi Milo Gallery Announces Exclusive Representation of The Estate of Tim Hetherington

Tim Hetherington, whose estate is now represented exclusively by Yossi Milo Gallery, photographed the experience of war from the perspective of the individual, mostly in West Africa and the Middle East. His film Restrepo, which he co-directed with Sebastian Junger about a platoon of soldiers in Afghanistan, was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Academy Award in 2011 for Best Documentary Feature. Through his photographs, writing and films, Tim Hetherington gave us new ways to look at and think about human suffering. Tim was tragically killed on April 20, 2011, while covering the conflict in Libya.

Born in 1970 in Liverpool, Tim Hetherington studied literature at Oxford University, and Photojournalism at Cardiff University. Yossi Milo Gallery presented the first major exhibition of Tim Hetherington’s photographs in April 2012. For more information, please visit: http://www.yossimilo.com/news/tim-hetherington/

Simen Johan in Unnatural Formations: Three Contemporary Photographers at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America

To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The American-Scandinavian Foundation's Fellowship Program, the Foundation organized a group exhibition entitled Unnatural Formations: Three Contemporary Photographers. The exhibition featured the work of three recent grant recipients- Simen Johan, Stephen Hilyard, and Lydia Anne McCarthy, and was on view at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America in New York from April 3 through July 28, 2012. For more information on the exhibition, please visit: http://bit.ly/14RrkRv

Doug Rickard in New Photography 2011 at The Museum of Modern Art

Doug Rickard was one of six artists included in the exhibition New Photography 2011 at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, an annual show that exhibits new and compelling contemporary photographers. The other artists included were: Zhang Dali, Moyra Davey, George Georgiou, Deana Lawson and Viviane Sassen. The exhibition opened on September 28, 2011, and ran through January 16, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2011/newphotography/

Pieter Hugo at the MAXXI Museum

Pieter Hugo had a solo exhibition on view at the MAXXI Museum in Rome, which included 27 photographs from his series, Permanent Error. His work was also part of a larger group exhibition, Re-cycle: Strategies for Architecture, City and Planet, of projects and artworks by design firms and artists addressing issues of recycling and sustainability. The show was on view from December 1, 2011 - April 29, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://www.fondazionemaxxi.it/?p=14858&lang=en&page=9#pieter

Loretta Lux at the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Artist Loretta Lux was included in What's in a Face? Aspects of Portrait Photography on view at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Australia from September 24, 2011 – February 5, 2012. The exhibition of more than 45 photographs from the gallery's permanent collection included artists such as Man Ray, Nan Goldin and Ben Cauchi. For further information please visit the following link: http://bit.ly/rbi08r

Yuki Onodera at Musée Nicéphore Niépce

Yuki Onodera had a solo exhibition at the Musée Nicéphore Niépce in Chalon sur Saône, which was her first retrospective in France. The exhibition was on view from October 14, 2011, through January 22, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/SJNKjz

Jacob Aue Sobol at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the University of Michigan Museum of Art

Jacob Aue Sobol's series Sabine was featured in the exhibition Face of Our Time at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, which opened on July 2, 2011, and ran through October 16, 2011. He was one of four artists in the show, which focused on photographers observing and documenting political and societal transformations. The other artists included were Jim Goldberg, Zanele Muholi and Daniel Schwartz. The show traveled to the University of Michigan Museum of Art and was on view from November 12, 2011 – February 5, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://www.sfmoma.org/about/press/press_exhibitions/releases/876 and http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-faceofourtime.php?image=2

Doug Rickard at Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco

Doug Rickard was included in the group exhibition HERE. at Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco, CA. The exhibition included over 700 works by established and emerging photographers who have taken images of San Francisco and the Bay Area's dynamic landscape. Mr. Rickard's photographs from his series A New American Picture were part of the show, which was on view through January 31, 2012. Other artists in the exhibition were: Robert Frank, Stephen Shore, Lee Friedlander, Diane Arbus, Paul Graham, Irving Penn, Hiroshi Sugimoto, among others. For more information, please visit: http://www.pier24.org/exhibition/current.html

Pieter Hugo Wins the Seydou Keita Award

Pieter Hugo has won the top prize at the 9th Rencontres de Bamako African Photography Biennal in Mali, which is Africa's most notable photography festival. For more information, please visit: http://rencontres-bamako.com/?lang=en

Philippe Gronon at Artspace

Philippe Gronon was part of the exhibition Library Science at Artspace in New Haven, CT, which was on view from November 12, 2011 - January 28, 2012. The exhibition included 22 emerging and established contemporary artists whose work is inspired by libraries and explores the relationships we have with the library in the new digital age. For more information, please visit: http://artspacenh.org/

Sze Tsung Leong at the Museum of Design Zurich

Photographs from Sze Tsung Leong's History Images series were included in the exhibition, Highrise: Idea and Reality, at the Museum of Design Zurich. The exhibition focused on the increased construction of high-rise buildings throughout the past ten years in cities around the globe. The show was on view from August 31, 2011, through February 1, 2012. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/14Rs8Wy

Mark Ruwedel at the Nevada Museum of Art

Mark Ruwedel's work was exhibited at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, NV, from September 24, 2011 - January 15, 2012. The exhibition, The Altered Landscape, celebrated the museum's 80th anniversary and included work from the photography collection that examine our affects on the environment. For more information, please visit: http://www.nevadaart.org/exhibitions/detail?eid=197

Loretta Lux at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, and The Art Museum of South Texas

Loretta Lux was included in the group exhibition, The Art of Caring: A Look at Life Through Photography, organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art. The show traveled to the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale from June 5, 2011 - September 25, 2011, and to The Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christie from October 22, 2011 - January 1, 2012. For more information on the exhibition, please visit: http://bit.ly/13m5que

David Goldes at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis

Work by David Goldes is currently on display at Walker Art Center's Midnight Party exhibition. The show, which opened March 19, 2011, will run through February 23, 2014, and features artists such as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Mark Rothko and Matthew Barney. For more information, please visit: http://visualarts.walkerart.org/detail.wac?id=5893&title=Current%20Exhibitions. An additional introduction video for the exhibition can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy4JfTu-LWo

Doug Rickard at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Doug Rickard was included in a two-person exhibition entitled, Publicly Private: Enrico Natali and Doug Rickard, at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. The artist's series, A New American Picture, was paired with Enrico Natali's photographs from the 1960s to contrast unique documentary styles of photography addressing issues of privacy. It ran from January 14, 2012, through April 22, 2012. For more information. Please visit: http://www.sbma.net/exhibitions/publiclyprivate.web

Yuki Onodera at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

Yuki Onodera's photographs were included in the exhibition, Photographs of Children: The Child Within Us, at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Japan. The exhibition opened on September 24, 2011, and ran through December 4, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://syabi.com/e/contents/exhibition/index-1381.html

Sze Tsung Leong at the Princeton University Art Museum

Photographs from Sze Tsung Leong's History Images series were included in a group exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum, The Life and Death of Buildings, which ran from July 23, 2011 - November 6, 2011. The show presented an international array of iconic photographs ranging from the 1840s to present day that focused on the relationship between architecture, photography and time. For more information, please visit: http://puam.princeton.edu/lifeanddeathofbuildings/

Kohei Yoshiyuki at the Presentation House Gallery

Kohei Yoshiyuki had a solo exhibition at the Presentation House Gallery in Vancouver, Canada. The show presented photographs from Mr. Yoshiyuki's series, The Park, and ran from September 10 through October 30, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://presentationhousegallery.org/exhibition/kohei-yoshiyuki-the-park/

Mark Ruwedel at the Museum of Contemporary Photography

Mark Ruwedel was included in the group exhibition Our Origins at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL. The artists included in the exhibition use photography, video, drawing and sculpture to reflect on our natural history and origins. The show was on view from July 29 through October 16, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1b8dMGe

Pieter Hugo at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki

Pieter Hugo was included in the ARS 11 exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, Finland, which opened April 15, 2011 and ran through November 27, 2011. ARS 11 was a large-scale, international event and exhibition which investigated Africa culture through contemporary art. For more information, please visit: http://www.kiasma.fi/calendar/exhibitions/ars11

Andrew Bush at the Museum Tinguely in Basel

Andrew Bush was included in the exhibition Car Fetish. I drive, therefore I am. at the Museum Tinguely in Basel, Switzerland. The show, which opened June 8, 2011, and ran through October 9, 2011, focused on artwork influenced by the automobile. Other artists included: Andy Warhol, Jean Tinguely, Robert Frank, Gerhard Richter and Chris Burden. For more information, please visit: http://www.tinguely.ch/en/ausstellungen_events/austellungen/2011/Fetisch-Auto.html

Alejandro Chaskielberg at the Chelsea Art Museum

As the winner of the 2011 Sony World Photography Award, Alejandro Chaskielberg was featured in the exhibition Sony World Photography Awards Exhibitions at the Chelsea Art Museum in New York, which ran from October 13 through November 5. In addition to the exhibition, the Chelsea Art Museum hosted events surrounding the upcoming Sony World Photography Awards, including an artist’s talk with Mr. Chaskielberg and the curator of the exhibition, Elisabeth Biondi, on Wednesday, October 26, from 6:15 - 7:30PM. For more information on the exhibition and related events, please visit: http://www.chelseaartmuseum.org/portfolios/sony-world-photography-awards-world-photography-ny-events/

Doug Rickard at Les Recontres d'Arles 2011

A New American Picture, Doug Rickard's photographic series of Google Street Views, was included in the exhibition From Here On at Les Recontres d'Arles in Arles, France. Co-curated by Martin Parr, the show focused on artists and photographers who use the internet as part of their work and ran through September 18, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=ARL_3_VForm&FRM=Frame:ARL_7&LANGSWI=1&LANG=English

Simen Johan's Solo Exhibitions

An exhibition of Simen Johan's work, Simen Johan: Until the Kingdom Comes, featured photographs, sculptures and new works from his ongoing series. It was on view at 21c Museum in Louisville, KY from July 2 - October 4, 2010, and traveled to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, TN, from February 20 - May 29, 2011. Mr. Johan had another solo exhibition entitled, Simen Johan: Somewhere Over the Rainbow, at the Pollock Gallery at Southern Methodist University's Meadow School of the Arts in Dallas, TX, from August 29 - October 8, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://mcs.smu.edu/calendar/event/pollock-gallery-simen-johan-until-kingdom-comes

Kohei Yoshiyuki at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A photograph from Kohei Yoshiyuki's series The Park was included in The Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition, Night Vision: Photography After Dark. The show focused on night photography and artists who explore this artistic genre and was on view from April 26 - September 18, 2011. For more information on the exhibition, please visit: http://bit.ly/183L84p

Mark Ruwedel and Kohei Yoshiyuki at the Tate Modern, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Walker Art Center

The Tate Modern and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's group exhibition, Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera Since 1870, featured photographs from Mark Ruwedel's Crossing and Kohei Yoshiyuki's The Park series. The exhibition was curated by Sandra Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at the SFMoMA, with Simon Baker, Curator of Photography, Tate, and Ann Coxon, Assistant Curator, Tate Modern. The show dealt with the boundary between private and public, as many of these photographs were taken without the subject's consent or awareness. Exposed was on view from May 21 - September 18, 2011 at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more information, please visit: http://visualarts.walkerart.org/detail.wac?id=6019&title=Current%20Exhibitions

Mark Ruwedel at Les Recontres d'Arles 2011

Mark Ruwedel's work was selected by Simon Baker, Curator of Photography at the Tate Modern in London, for inclusion in the Points of View section at Les Recontres d'Arles 2011, which opened July 4 and ran through September 18, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=ARL_3_VForm&FRM=Frame:ARL_76&LANGSWI=1&LANG=English

Sze Tsung Leong at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Sze Tsung Leong's photographs from the History Images series were included in the exhibition, The More Things Change, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The show included works from the museum's evolving collection and recent acquisitions and was on view from November 20, 2010 - November 6, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.sfmoma.org/about/press/press_exhibitions/releases/857

Kohei Yoshiyuki’s Traveling Exhibition

Kohei Yoshiyuki's series The Park was featured in a solo exhibition at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia, from July 2 through August 13, 2011. The photographs traveled to the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) in Melbourne, Australia, where it was part of the group show, In Camera and In Public. The exhibition, curated by CCP's Director, Naomi Cass, investigated the relationship between the photographer and subject, the voyeur and the observed. It was on view from September 16 - October 23, 2011. The last venue for the photographs will be Adam Art Gallery in Wellington, New Zealand. For more information, please visit: http://www.ccp.org.au/exhibitions.php?f=20111023_Gallery_1

Pieter Hugo Wins Young Director Award at the Cannes Lions Festival

Pieter Hugo and Michael Cleary were awarded a Young Directors Award in the music video category at the 2011 Cannes Lions Festival in Cannes, France, for their black-and-white music video for Spoek Mathambo's Control. For more information, please visit: http://mg.co.za/article/2011-06-24-pieter-hugo-wins-young-director-award-at-cannes

Alejandro Chaskielberg Wins Photographer of the Year at the Sony World Photography Awards

Alejandro Chaskielberg was awarded the L'Iris D Or, the 2011 Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year. He joins previous winners such as David Zimmerman, Tommaso Ausili and Vanessa Winship as a member of the World Photographic Academy. For more information, please visit: http://www.worldphoto.org/news-and-events/wpo-news/sony-world-photography-awards-2011-winners-announced/

Josef Schulz on display at Toronto Pearson International Airport in Terminal 1

Josef Schulz's photographs were on view in Pearson International Airport's Terminal 1 in Toronto, Canada, from May 1, 2011 - August 29, 2011. The exhibition was presented in partnership with The Greater Toronto Airports Authority and the Goethe Institute.

Pieter Hugo at the Victoria & Albert Museum

Pieter Hugo was included in the exhibition Figures and Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. The museum show focused on the thriving photographic culture that arose in post-apartheid South Africa. Figures and Fictions opened Monday, April 11 and ran through Sunday, July 17, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://media.vam.ac.uk/media/documents/press-releases/2010/v&a-figures&fictions.pdf

Alessandra Sanguinetti at PhotoIreland Festival

Alessandra Sanguinetti's book, On the Sixth Day, has been included in Martin Parr's Best Books of the Decade, a selection of 30 photo books from around the world. The books were exhibited as part of the PhotoIreland Festival and took place at the National Photographic Archive in Dublin, Ireland, between July 15 and August 14, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://2011.photoireland.org/program/martin-parrs/

Loretta Lux at the Glenbow Museum

Loretta Lux was included in a group show, From our Collections: Portraits, at the Glenbow Museum in Alberta, Canada, which was on view from April 2 - June 19, 2011. The show focused on artists from the museum's collection who explore the tradition of portraiture. For further information, please visit: http://dev.glenbow.org/exhibitions/past/2010-2011/foc/portraits.cfm

Alessandra Sanguinetti at the Modern Art Museum Aloísio Magalhães

Photographs from Alessandra Sanguinetti's The Adventures of Guille and Belinda and the Enigmatic Meaning of their Dreams and The Life that Came were selected from the 29th Bienal de São Paulo exhibition as part of a program to tour the work to 13 Brazilian cities. The photographs traveled to the Palacio das Artes in Belo Horizante, Brazil from January 18 - March 20, 2011, and were at their last venue, the Modern Art Museum Aloísio Magalhães in Recife, Brazil from June 29 - August 21, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.mamam.art.br/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=207:exposicao-em-cartaz-l-29o-bienal-de-sao-paulo-obras-selecionadas&catid=45:exposicoes

Pieter Hugo at CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto

A selection of Pieter Hugo's Permanent Error photographs were on view in outdoor installations throughout the city of Toronto, Canada, from April 25 - June 4, 2011, as part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. For more information, please visit: http://2011.scotiabankcontactphoto.com/events/619

Ezra Stoller's photographs on view at Savannah College of Art and Design

A solo exhibition of Ezra Stoller's photographs entitled, Capturing an Icon: Ezra Stoller and Modern Architecture, was on view through May 16, 2011, at Gallery See, SCAD Atlanta. The show traveled to Pinnacle Gallery in Savannah, also part of the SCAD Galleries, from June 30 - August 5, 2011.

Lise Sarfati at Magnum Gallery in Paris

Lise Sarfati had a solo exhibition at Magnum Gallery in Paris, Lise Sarfati: La Vie Nouvelle - The New Life, which opened on March 17, 2011 and ran through April 30, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.magnumgallery.fr/?rubrique=expositions&expo=36

Alessandra Sanguinetti at Edel Assanti in London

Alessandra Sanguinetti was part of a group show at Edel Assanti in London. The exhibition, Between Two Worlds: A Window onto Contemporary Photography from Latin America, surveyed established and emerging Latin American photographers who juxtapose reality and fantasy. The show opened on March 24, 2011, and ran through April 30, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/19YUc1i

Loretta Lux and Sze Tsung Leong at The Morgan Library and Museum

Work by Loretta Lux and Sze Tsung Leong was featured at The Morgan Library and Museum in New York in an exhibition entitled Mannerism & Modernism: The Kasper Collection of Drawings and Photographs. The exhibition was on view from January 21 - May 1, 2011 and included artists such as Man Ray, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ed Ruscha and Richard Serra. For more information please visit: http://www.themorgan.org/exhibitions/exhibition.asp?id=43

Myoung Ho Lee at The Getty Center

Photographs from Myoung Ho Lee's series Tree were included in an exhibition entitled In Focus: The Tree at The Getty Center in Los Angeles. The exhibition was on view from February 8 - July 3, 2011, and included artists such as Gustave Le Gray, Carleton Watkins, Eugène Atget, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Eliot Porter and William Eggleston. For more information, please visit: http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/focus_trees/

Sze Tsung Leong at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

Sze Tsung Leong was included in an exhibition entitled Embarrassment of Riches: Picturing Global Wealth, 2000-2010 at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park, Kansas, from February 25 - May 29, 2011. The exhibition traveled from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts where it was on view from September 17 - January 2, 2011 and featured 20 artists including Leong, Andreas Gursky, Cindy Sherman, Tina Barney and Martin Parr. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/19YUFQT

Loretta Lux at Kunsthalle Krems in Austria

Work by Loretta Lux was included in an exhibition, Angels and Urchins that displayed portraits of children at Kunsthalle Krems in Austria. The exhibition featured over 120 portraits from the 16th Century to present and was on view from March 6 - July 3, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.kunsthalle.at/kunsthalle-krems-en/exhibitions/von-engeln-bengeln?set_language=en

Kelli Connell at The Haggerty Museum of Art

Kelli Connell was included in an exhibition entitled The Truth is Not in the Mirror at The Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The exhibition, which was on view from January 19 through May 22, 2011, explored photography as a means to construct a narrative and the photographer's role as a storyteller. For more information, please visit: http://www.marquette.edu/haggerty/exhibit_2011_01_photo_portraits.shtml

Mark Ruwedel at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Photographs from Mark Ruwedel's series Westward were included in an exhibition entitled Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Mr. Ruwedel's work was represented in the "American West" section of the exhibition, alongside artists such as Timothy O'Sullivan, Carleton Watkins, Laura Gilpin, and Richard Misrach. The exhibition was on view from February 8 - June 19, 2011. For more information, please visit: http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/conversations