Projects tagged with ''exhibits''

Wald Project Exhibitions

WALD PROJECT Exhibitions “Art Connections 5”, George Segal Gallery, Montclair NJ, January 2009 “Wald”, Gallery 51, 51 Church Street, Montclair NJ, June 2009 “Diversity”,  Adirondack Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake NY, August 2010 “Of Three Minds”, Virginia Block Gallery, Montclair NJ, September 2010    

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Manual Project Exhibitions

Sol Mednick Gallery, uArts, Philadelphia PA, August-September 2007 Westby Gallery, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ, November – December 2007 Cypress College Gallery, Cypress CA, October-November 2008 Artspace Gallery, Richmond VA, February-March 2011 Ironworks Gallery, Orange NJ, December 2011-January 2012 SCCC Gallery, Newton NJ, October 2016      

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Anthropocene

Anthropocene

2019 - Ongoing

Collodion Wet-plate collodion photogram on stone, stand made of welded steel and rock - 3.5"x5" up to 8"x8" not including stand

The “Anthropocene” fossils are imaginary records of flora and fauna that might be found in a future geologic era. They are evidence of what was and hints of how it might have been extinguished. Just as the real fossils found by humans fill in the story of what lived and how it died in earlier geologic era, these created fossils are evidence what what might be becoming extinct as a result of human activity.

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Manual Project

2005-2014

Wet-Plate Collodion, Silver-Gelatin Photograms, Salted Paper Prints, Digital Pigment Prints, 3D printed PLA Resin sculptures, Artist Books, Trade Edition Book, salted paper prints 10"x8", digital prints 15"x22" and 40x52", sculptures up to 5x8"

MANUAL is a collection of portraits of people from diverse backgrounds, occupations, ages, and cultures from around the globe. In each hand portrait is a study of the person’s dominant hand, revealing evidence of how they have lived, who they are, and what they may become. It is a collaboration between photographer and subject to expose their hands and their personalities. Without the distraction of faces, these images become honest and deeply perceptive portraits, reflecting the lifestyle, habits, and sensitivity of each subject.

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Borderlands

2014 - Ongoing

Collodion Wet-Plate glass negatives scanned and enlarged, manipulated in Photoshop and digitally printed up to 96" wide.

Borderlands is an exploration of panoramic landscapes derived from small areas cropped from the edges of contemporary collodion wet-plate images. The hand-made nature of the wet-plate process creates artifacts which appear to be gigantic landscapes but in reality are just inches across.

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Gutenberg

2014 - ongoing

3D printed artist books/sculptures of photography and text. PLA resin, digital prints on paper, USB drives, fabric, wood, found objects, pens, pencils, cameras - various sizes 2"x3" up to 8"x5" - some are edition 1 of 1 others are in editions of 10

The Gutenberg series of 3D printed books deals with the evolution of books and how knowledge may be distributed in the future. The content of these 3D printed books cannot be accessed – it is sealed inside the PLA resin binding. You must destroy the book to read the book. These books require the viewer/reader to trust the artist - is the content really in there or not? You can see something is inside but you don't know if it is really as the artist claims. Much of the artwork which is bought and sold requires trust in the artist and the dealer, and these books expand upon that leap of faith.

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Blog posts tagged with ''exhibits''

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Dead tree books

I feel like I might be the last person who is reading words on paper.  I like the newspaper, I love books (I even love e-books) I love holding a real old fashioned paper book of words and pictures.  But the pace of change in the publishing world is dizzying. My recent 3D printed book …

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Paper Work

Borderlands returns to Denver at The Mike Wright Gallery for the show “Paper Work” which opens July 31 and continues until September 5, 2015. The gallery is at 1412 Wazee Street and is open Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 8pm. Featuring works on paper by Valerio D’Ospina, Sabine Danze, Yunior Hurtado, Laura Guese, Doug Kacena, Bill …

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Concealed Confined and Collected

3d printed book

Two of my 3D printed artist books “Wm. S. – The Complete works of William Shakespeare” and “Visions in the Dark” are included in the exhibit “Reader’s Art: Concealed, Confined and Collected” at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts 1011 Washington Ave. S. #100, Minneapolis MN 55415  from May 8 – July 26, 2015 Closing …

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AIPAD 2015

Ezekiel Hawkins - Portrait of Jaguar Tamer

I’ll be back at AIPAD April 16-19 at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue between 65th & 66th Streets.  The annual art fair of the Association of International Photography Dealers is a highlight of my year. A whirlwind opportunity to see great photography old and new, see old friends, meet new friends, and …

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Las Vingeles comes to Jersey City

My panoramic landscape “Las Vingeles” from the Borderlands series will be included in the “After Image” exhibit at Art House Productions in Jersey City from April 3 to May 29, 2015.  The show was curated by Arthur Bruso and Raymond E. Mingst of Curious Matter. The print is 24″ x 110″.  ArtHouse is at 136 …

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Photonic Drawing at CORE New Art Space

Photonic Drawing 10

My photogram tintype “Photonic Drawing #10” will be part of the “Rendered” show at CORE New Art Space March 26 – April 12, 2015.  Juror Lesha Rodriguez selected only 23 photographs from the 250 submitted. Photonic Drawing #10 is a photogram on a 8″x6″ collodion wet-plate “tintype” on powder-coated titanium.  Lenses were balanced on the …

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Borderlands at Hinterland

I’m thrilled that 2 of my large Borderlands prints are included in the “WHAT HAS NEVER BEEN …IS” show at Hinterland Artspace in Denver. Curated by Valerie Santerli of Rule Gallery and Bobbi Walker of Walker Fine Art, the show of surrealistic photographs opens March 5, 2015 and runs until April 3.  The panoramic landscape …

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Garry Winogrand at the Met

Garry Winogrand produced numerous iconic images in his chaotic career and they can be seen are among all the others in the show of his oeuvre at The Metropolitan  Museum in NYC (through September 21, 2014.) It is a big show and must have been a monumental undertaking for the curators.  It is hard to …

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