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July 2010 Newsletter


Brad Carlile winner Hearst 8x10 Biennial

Brad Carlile at
De Santos Gallery
Houston, TX

Solo Show ends July 2010

Brad Carlile Tempus Incognitus De Santos Gallery Houston Chronicle Interview

July 2010 Newsletter
I have been invited to participate in the 14th Annual "Friends of Friends Photography Auction" which Kenro Izu created to benefit the Angkor Hospital for Cambodian Children.

The Houston Chronicle (June 9 print edition) published an interview about my show.

My solo show continues at the De Santos Gallery (Houston, Texas) until July 24th. Work is from "Tempus Inognitus."

Biennials & Museums
My first international museum show was in the Fall of 2008 at MoMA en Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), in the show "Foreign potografias". Other works in the show were by Diane Arbus, Ansel Adams.

Brad Carlile winner Hearst 8x10 BiennialWinner Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial
6 month exhibition at:
Hearst Tower
300 West 57th St.,
New York City
Press Release

The Hearst Biennial judges Peter Lindbergh, Mary Ellen Mark, Steve McCurry, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, & John A. Bennette, III. chose 8 photographers from 1,000 entries.

Grant Award: Artistic Professional Development, RACC
RACC Artistic Development Grant

TV & Publications
PhotoMedia Magazine covered the Hearst Biennial with a 1/2 page image of "Jose" (2009 summer).

Luxembourg TV RTL.LU, KULTURE show broadcast showed 7 of my images at Galerie ClaireFontaine in Luxembourg City.

Professor Lee Emmett's Blog showed 19 images and published an interview.

oitzarisme blog, 6 images, April 2010.

Active Series:
Tempus Incognitus

Click here to see "Tempus Incognitus" images. All work is done on film and in camera without digital manipulation.

Recent Aquisitions:
International collector Joaquim Paiva acquired Passage Perception images.

Acquiring Work:
Prints are available in sizes 18"x24", 30"x40" and 40x64" on FujiFlex Crystal or Perma-Stable Chrome. Details.

40x64" Image
Wolfgang Mauer of Galerie Maurer with 40x64" image from Day Amalgam series.

I blog on art, photography, and gallery openings in Portland & New York.

I split my time between living in Portland Oregon and New York City.

When asked to describe Tempus Incognitus, I often say,
"Think Edward Hopper interiors awash in James Turrell colors with David Lynch directing."

...quotes of others:

"I do believe in time, I just think our intuition about it is wrong."
- Brian Greene (theoretical physicist)

"...I was far away from home, haunted and tired with travel, in a cheap hotel room I'd never seen,..."
- Jack Kerouac, On the Road

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