Recent News

  • Dawoud Bey's Harlem U.S.A. is now on view at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Through April 2.

  • Portraits by Eirik Johnson are included in the Jan/Feb issue of Pacific Standard Magazine in a piece on one of Seattle's homeless encampment's, Tent City #3.

  • Sam Perry's catalog "Seeing but Never Meeting," published in conjuction with the exhibition of the same title, and including an essay by John Zarobell, is now available.

  • Lava Thomas' Requiem for Charleston was recently acquired by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

  • Essentail Elements, a new book by Edward Burtynsky, was released in the U.S. on October 15. Curated by William A. Ewing and published by Thames & Hudson, this volume, the first comprehensive survey of Burtynsky's multifaceted work in over a decade, includes both iconic images and previously unpublished photographs.

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