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Brad Carlile’s “Tempus Incognitus” Wins at PDN Photo Annual 2014 Awards NEW YORK, NY – I am honored to announce that my series Tempus Incognitus was recognized in the PDN Photo Annual 2014 as one of the top fine art personal photography projects. I extend my heartfelt thanks to PDN and the judges of the […]

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Fuerza Bruta is like the best rave hosted by your millionaire friend of a friend you wish you had. You want to be part of this celebration. What is it exactly, well… you’re inside of a wordless show filled with the dance sounds of a club, performances and visual feats happen all around, and you […]

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Tuesday night Battles took over Webster Hall and sonically ran our brains all over the place. To get things going they put that task on Nisennenmondai Nisennenmondai is Tokyo-based Japanese noise-pop that really hit stride in their set on the third song. Sayaka Himeno (drums), Yuri Zaikawa (bass) and Masako Takada (guitar) really created an […]

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My wife and I went to hear Bill Hunt this past Friday at Aperture Gallery (547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor New York) We’ve gotten to know him a bit over the years at Photolucida (Portland) and FotoFest (Houston) portfolio reviews. The talk at Aperture coincided with his new book, “The Unseen Eye: Photographs from […]

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Several weeks ago, my wife and I had a delightful lunch with John A. Bennette, collector extraordinaire, in New York. When talking about my new work “Tempus Incognitus,” John described it as “Technicolor Noir.”  I love that description and asked him if I could use it when talking about my work.  He graciously agreed. John […]

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PhotoMedia Magazine Jun 2009 (Summer Edition) featured a 1/2 page photo and a writeup of my being part of the Hearst Biennial at the Hearst Tower in New York this summer.  You can see it online at http://photomediamagazineonline.com/?p=672 Photomedia writes: Portland, Ore.-based photographer Brad Carlile was one of eight recipients of the Hearst 8×10 Photography […]

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At the beginning of April (last week) we walked around Chelsea to see some of the shows at various Galleries. The first stop was at Yossi Milo Gallery (525 west 25 Street, NYC) to see Myoung Ho Lee’s photographs.  The concept is simple but powerful, Lee singles out one tree in each of his images […]

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I’m honored very excited to be one of the eight winners of the Hearst Photography Biennial (www.hearst8x10.com). The Hearst 8×10 Photography Biennial recognizes 8 winners and features their work in Manhattan’s Hearst Tower (West 57th Street, New York) at Alexey Brodovitch Gallery and the Hearst Gallery. Hearst will publish a print & digital catalogue. Brad […]

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Extra Life Coming to Portland

Extra Life is coming to Portland for Two days of shows & locations! Monday 2.23.09 – The Tube, 18 NW 3rd Ave, Portland, OR Tuesday 2.24.09 – East End, 203 SE Grand, Portland, OR Charlie Wilmoth In Dusted Reviews writes, “Extra Life’s ridiculously complex instrumental parts … are sometimes quiet, sometimes brutal, but when they’re […]

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I’ve been in New York all month, last Saturday we had a chance to look and see the galleries around Chelsea. Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born British architect, was showing her work in two locations in Chelsea. At 168 Tenth Avenue (at 21st Street) in an open space as well as at Sonnabend (536 W 22nd […]

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