Laurel A Ngrist

Editor(s) Rafael Doctor Roncero, Nacho The Benicassim International Festival is a renowned music festival held in Benicassim, Spain. Six prominent photographers Carmela Garcia, Cristina Garcia Rodero, Immo Klink, Angel Marcos, Alvaro Villarrubia and Massimo Vitali capture with their cameras the different beats that pulse through this spectacular annual musical event. A compilation of 25 years of built projects in contemporary housing, this volume explores the social, cultural, and economic...

Museum And Notforprofit

The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design in downtown D.C. will begin restoration of the roof of its historic 1897 Beaux-Arts building in late January 2009. The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 17th Street and New York Avenue, Washington. DC 20006, (202) 639-1700, or www.corcoran.org. Thanks to New York City's Percent for Art law, 58 framed photographs by photographers Frank Gohlke and Joel Sternfeld, many 4 feet by 5 1 2 feet in size, now hang throughout Powdermaker Hall, the Social...

Four Friends Gallery

FEATURING fine art photography of the nineteenth, twenteith, and twenty-first centuries Asian, Himalayan and Latin American tribal, ethnic and outsider art Native American antiquities REPRESENTING Brett Weston, Joyce Tenneson, Bruce Barnbaum, Chad Strobach, Stu Levy, Don Kirby, Ansel Adams, Larry Janss, Edward S Curtis, George Bernard, Timothy H O'Sullivan, Camera Works 1408 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 805.497.4022 info fourfriendsgallery.com www.fourfriendsgallery.com

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21st Editions

Alfred Stieglitz's Camera Work is like our hominid ancestor Lucy the progenitor of all modern photography publications. With its tipped-in photogravure plates, its intelligent text by leading critics and writers of the day, and its modern design, Camera Work not only presented photography as a fine art, but was a work of art in itself. While the example of Camera Work was certainly an influence on the journals and books published by 21ST Editions, in many ways what 21ST has done is...

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Aaron Siskind Graffiti

She was out in the garden pulling weeds, Schiller recalls. The next morning a phone call told him she was dead. Schiller's image of DiMaggio at Marilyn's funeral might have been the end of Schiller's Marilyn story, but there were to be two other chapters, including the current interest in all of his photographic work from forty years ago. The first of these additional chapters came along ten years later Schiller, a natural-born storyteller recalls it this way The way the...

Carole Naggar

Young Monks Practice Their Motet, 2000 Young Monks Practice Their Motet, 2000 under the moonlight. All of a sudden, ething on the path caught my attention, w grains of raw corn. I picked them up h such a joy, put them into my mouth and rted chewing while walking. More grains corn were discovered So I kept picking and enjoying this delicious food given by ven. Thus, I gradually recovered. The truth s that a horse caravan with loads of corn sed by a while ago, and one of the sacks opened to have...

Los Angeles

Rocky Schenck

If Edgar Allen Poe, Edvard Munch, Harold amp Maude and Charles Addams ran the city planning commission, there would be no palm trees, sleek glass office towers or curvilinear steel concert halls anywhere in Los Angeles. Instead, these masters of the spooky and the macabre would legislate a City of Angels as conceived and depicted in these twenty moody images by Rocky Schenck. Even on its best Rose Bowl picture-postcard sunny day, LA never looked so alluring, or so beguilingly sinister. Schenck...

New York

Peter Keetman

Zhang Huan was born in 1965 in Anyang, in the Henan province and moved to Beijing in 1991. There he became part of a group of radical artists and gained notoriety for his photographs and his performance work, most of which took place in the artist enclave known as the East Village. As of 1998, when he was invited to New York by the Asia Society, he has performed internationally in a large number of venues in many cities New York, Seattle, Cincinnati, Boston, Ghent, Santiago, Yokohama, Hamburg,...

Photographs From The Gallery Collection

George Tice Images

William Garnett, Train Crossing Desert, Kelso California, 1975 Wright Morris, White Barn, Connecticut, 1940 William Garnett, Train Crossing Desert, Kelso California, 1975 Wright Morris, White Barn, Connecticut, 1940 George Tice, Sunrise, New York, 1971 Brett Weston, Clouds, Roofs and Poles, San Francisco, 1933 George Tice, Sunrise, New York, 1971 Brett Weston, Clouds, Roofs and Poles, San Francisco, 1933 Scott Nichols Gallery has an outstanding co classic and contemporary photograph 21st...

Focus Gallery

Dan Burkholder Art

12 Tannery Brook Rd, Woodstock, NY 12498 845-679-0027 www.galeriebmg.com Fri-Mon 11-6 or by appt. Presented by Cavalier Galleries, Inc. 405 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830 2 PM UCONN Stamford Gen Re Auditorium For additional information please contact the gallery at 203.869.3664 art cavaliergalleries.com www.cavaliergalleries.com Image Steve McCurry Geisha In Subway ilfochrome photograph IjAI A IuLu'IINL David Spivak President and Publisher Anthony Bannon, John A. Bennette Contributing...

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Aipad Gala

March 26-29, 2009 Park Avenue Armory Gala Benefit Preview March 25, John Szarkowski Fund Endowment for Photography Acquisitions, The Museum of Modern Art Andrew Moore, Duffy Square, Times Square, New York, 2002 The Association of International Photography Art Dealers Andy Warhol, 1986 Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used by Permission. Christie's Inc. 2009 Principal Auctioneer Christopher Burge 761543 ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE 1946-1989 Andy Warhol, 1986 gelatin silver print 19 14x 19 14 in. 48.9 x...