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TJ Norris’s infinitus at NAAU

Lie back in the video lounge that TJ Norris has crafted for us to experience an endless city. Let the soundtrack by Christen Renou allow your thoughts to flow. The endless/seemless looping of two image channels on the ceiling provide impulses of the images of a moving city. Feel the fact that most of our […]

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This month 23 Sandy Gallery hosts the national juried show “Resurrection”, which is called a New Look at Old Photographic Processes. This is a well-curated show (Laura Moya, director of PhotoLucida) especially given the wide range of subjects and the many types of antiquarian processes used. This lead image in this blog is by Jan […]

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Thomas Kellner at AIPAD 2008 NYC

Another friend of ours, Thomas Kellner was at this years New York AIPAD. Thomas lives in Germany and shows his work internationally. In the past he has also had solo shows in Portland including the now-closed “Photographic Image Gallery”. Thomas’s images are composed of strips of 35mm negatives and printed as a contact sheet. Each […]

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Our friends Vanessa & Jeff turned about to be stars of AIPAD. They were widely successful in selling at the show and to some important collectors as well. Was this due to the “Carlile bump” due to mentioning them on this website Our dinner with Jeff & Vanessa 🙂 (yeah I think not, they are […]

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The April 2008 AIPAD (April 10-13, Park Avenue Armory, NYC) Photography show brought together thousands of people to see the work of hundreds of photographers being showing in around 80 galleries. This it it gave us the opportunity to have a delightful conversation with the master photographer Jerry Uelsmann (far right) and his wife the […]

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Whitney Biennial 2008 New York

It’s been a few days since visiting the Whitney 2008 Biennial and seeing a lot of the works there. Unfortunately much of the show is un-memmorable and or uninspiring. I guess that speaks volumes. So I’m left trying to scratch my head for my best recollections from my sparse notes just 3 days ago. I […]

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Last night we had wonderful dinner with Vanessa & Jeff. We all had a wonderful chance to talk and laugh about all sorts of things. They are showing their work this weekend in the “A Gallery For Fine Photography” booth at AIPAD (April 10-13, Park Avenue Armory, NYC). They are quickly rising stars.  I’d really […]

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Michael T. Hensley’s “Loss/Control” show at Mark Woolley Gallery (817 SW 2nd, Portland OR) was a great place to start Portland’s First Thursday this month. Chromatically you had your choice of vibrant blue or cream&rust. Both worked wonderfully for me. The cream and rust were more numerous and had some beautiful isolated interesting intimate details. […]

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Rauschenberg’s “Runts” at PaceWildenstein Gallery (534 West 25th Street, NYC, Chelsea). These works are created from Rauschenberg’s archive of photographs, which he then transfers onto polylaminate mounted on aluminum panels. These images are of a more personal nature than other commercial images that appear in earlier work. “Mine is the need to be where it […]

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Hap Tivey gave an artist lecture this past Friday at Elizabeth Leach Gallery (17 NW 9th, Portland OR). Hap talked about each piece of his “Sands of the Ganges” show. “Sands of the Ganges” is based on a Sanskrit metaphor for infinity. Hap gave an energetic uplifting lecture. His work focuses on the beauty of […]

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