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June 2011 Newsletter

Brad Carlile new work from Tempus Inognitus

Brad Carlile
Tempus Incognitus

"Think Edward Hopper interiors awash in James Turrell colors with David Lynch directing."

In this Issue:
New solo show: The Independent
News from Photolucida
"Veg" and "Raine in Photoauctions
Interview in Houston Chronicle
Hearst Biennial

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

40x64 inch Day Amalgam 7 Wolfgang Mauer of Galerie Maurer with 40x64" image from Day Amalgam series.

I split my time between living in Portland Oregon and New York City.
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I am pleased to announce my new solo show opening this July at "The Independent" in Portland. "The Independent" is Eva Lake's new gallery.

The Independent
530 NW 12th, Portland Oregon
Opening: July 7th, 6-9PM
Show: July 7- August 7, Fri-Sun 12-6PM & by appointment

I look forward to seeing everyone at the First Thursday opening!

At Photolucida 2011, I was amazed at all of the stunning support from curators for my series "Tempus Incognitus." I'm currently following up on many exciting opportunities. NEW WORK


After my successful solo show in Houston, I was asked to be part of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston CAMH Gala Auction.

This past December, I was asked to be in the 14th Annual "Friends of Friends Photography Auction"(New York). Kenro Izu created this to benefit the Angkor Hospital for Cambodian Children.

Brad Carlile winner Hearst 8x10 Biennial

Brad Carlile Tempus Incognitus De Santos Gallery Houston Chronicle InterviewLast summer, I had a wonderful solo show at the De Santos Gallery (Houston, Texas), selling almost half of the show. It was covered in a Houston Chronicle interview (June 9 print edition).

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 2009
6 month exhibition:
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.

"...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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