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March 2009 Newsletter

Newsletter: Brad Carlile Winner Hearst 8x10 Biennial in NYC
Brad Carlile winner Hearst 8x10 Biennial

Brad Carlile winner Hearst 8x10 Biennial
Brad Carlile Winner in Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial

  Hearst 8x10 Biennial @ Hearst Tower
  Alexey Brodovitch & Hearst Galleries
  300 West 57th Street (enter 8th Ave)
  New York City
  Opening: March 30th, 6-8:30 pm
  March-September 2009
  Hearst Biennial Press Release
I'm very excited to be 1 of the eight winners of Hearst Publications 1st Annual Photography Biennial. The Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial recognizes 8 photographers and features their work in Manhattan's Hearst Tower at Alexey Brodovitch Gallery and the Hearst Gallery. Hearst has published a print & digital catalogue.

The 10 Distinguished judges: Mary Ellen Mark, Steve McCurry, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, David Granger, Virginia Heckert, Charles Stainback, & John A. Bennette, III and Judith Bookbinder chose eight photographers from 1,000 entries from 47 countries.

Current Group Show: Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial, Hearst Tower, New York, NY, Mar to Sep'09

Recent Group Show: Contemporary Photography Invitational, Flanders Art Gallery, Raleigh, NC, Feb'09

International Museum Show: Foreign potografias, Museum of Modern Art en Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Fall 08

Recent Solo Show: Galerie Maurer, Munich, Germany, Feb-Mar'08 Collectors bought half of my show of eighteen 30"x40" (75x100cm) images. Due to a collector's request, I'm now offering larger images 40x64" (100x160cm) within the edition of 15.

Award: Fine Art Buildings, International Photography Awards, IPA, NYC '08

Award: Fine Art Interiors, International Photography Awards, IPA, NYC '08
This 2nd award is for an image from my new series Tempus Incognitus

PhotoMedia magazine (summer ed, circulation 40,000) covered my Munich Solo show as lead in their 'People' section.

Blogs about Hearst Biennial
TJ Norris: "Brad Carlile / Hearst Biennial"
The Conveyor Belt: "Hearst 8X10"
ARTmostfierce: "Hearst Biennial"
Elizabeth Avedon: Images from Opening
APhotoEditor: "Discover & Cultivate Talent"
American Photo: "Talent @ Hearst"

New Series:
Tempus Incognitus

To see my new series "Tempus Incognitus": This work is done on film and in camera without digital manipulation. Artist Statement

New Collection:
The well-known International collector Joaquim Paiva (Rio de Janeiro) acquired two Passage Perception images at FotoFest 2008.

New Image Options:
I am now offering 40"x64" images within my edition of 15

I now uses a fantastic new archival process called Perma-Stable Chrome that infuses images onto an aluminum surface. This produces images that are extremely durable and have a jewel-like color reproduction.

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

I split my time between residences in Portland Oregon and the East Village in Manhattan (NYC).

My work explores "time". As physicist Brian Greene said, "I do believe in time, I just think our intuition about it is wrong." Using conventional thinking we are deceiving ourselves about time? Can we really understand an elephant by licking its foot?

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