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La Fototeca has blogged about my work in Spanish & English with a selection of my work.  You can read the full blog here: http://blog.lafototeca.org/2013/05/introducing-brad-carlile-from-fotolucida.html Here are just a few excerpts: Brad nos reta. Brad challenges us. Después de todo, a través de sus imágenes, estás viendo el tiempo pasar transformado en color. ¿Cada cuánto […]

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Responsive Web Design for fine art photography website. My images and information can be easily viewed on smartphones, tablets, laptops, and large computers

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I’m getting back into taking photos of gallery openings in Portland and NYC.  Here are images from last night’s First Thursday Openings…. Definitely walk by and spend some time with Jordan Tull’s art in the PDX Window Gallery… Ethan Rose Reflection at PDX Contemporary Art(925 NW Flanders, Portland OR) Detail of speakers on opposite wall […]

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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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I was interviewed by Brian Libby who writes the Portland Architecture Blog. You can read the full interview & comments here: To invite a narrative: Brad Carlile discusses photographing hotel rooms around the world The Independent 530 NW 12th, (12th & Hoyt) Portland Oregon Show: July 7- August 14 (Just Extended!) Fri-Sun 12-6PM & by […]

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My solo show “Tempus Incognitus” in Portland has been extended due to the great response from everyone. Many thanks! See the great review of the show at the Willamette week Recommended. The Independent 530 NW 12th, (12th & Hoyt) Portland Oregon Show: July 7- August 14 (Just Extended!) Fri-Sun 12-6PM & by appointment Eva Lake, […]

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My show was reviewed and recommended in the Willamette Week’s Visual Arts section recommended. Brad Carlile BRAD CARLILE This month, two local artists wrestle with divergent but equally mythic conceptions of the great American road. In Tempus Incognitus, photographer Brad Carlile’s striking exhibition at Eva Lake’s new popup, the Independent, the artist conjures a psychedelic […]

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The Hearst 2011 8×10 Biennial winners were announced earlier this week. My CONGRATS to them!!!! The 8 winners were chosen out of 4,600 winners and the exhibition will be open January 11 through May 2011 in the Hearst Town in midtown Manhattan.  I know they will have a wonderful show, I was a 2009 Biennial […]

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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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One of the joys of going to Houston is seeing Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. I, of course, was particularly drawn to “The Light Inside,” which is a site-specific installation of neon lights, gypsum board, plaster, and glass by James Turrell (1999) it is located in the tunnel between the two main buildings of the […]

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