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New Work from PHOTOFAIRS Featured Artist Patty Carroll

Cutting the Cord

Cutting the Cord, 2023

Exciting news! The highly anticipated inaugural edition of PHOTOFAIRS New York will feature the captivating artwork of renowned photographer Patty Carroll.

Her newest work, titled "Cutting the Cord," is a thought-provoking image showcasing an anonymous woman using bold red scissors to sever a phone cord. Carroll's work prompts us to reflect on our relationship with technology and the freedom that comes from disconnecting.

Join us from September 8th to 10th, 2023, at The Javits Center in New York to experience the power of Carroll's artistry firsthand at PHOTOFAIRS New York!


Joshua Chuang Joins Gagosian Gallery to Lead Photography Department

Posted on Jun 28, 2023

Joshua Chuang, a renowned curator and leader in the field of photography, is set to join the esteemed Gagosian Gallery this month. With an impressive background that includes positions at the New York Public Library, the Center for Creative Photography, and…

Catherine Couturier Gallery to Exhibit at PHOTOFAIRS New York

Posted on Jun 21, 2023

Catherine Couturier Gallery is thrilled to announce that we have been chosen as an exhibitor for the inaugural edition of PHOTOFAIRS New York, taking place September 8-10, 2023.

Join a Live Conversation with Mitch Dobrowner Presented by Photo-Eye

Posted on Jun 17, 2023

Join Gallery Artist Mitch Dobrowner for a live conversation over Zoom with Photo-Eye's Gallery Director Anne Kelly on Thursday, June 22nd at 6 pm (MT)!

Mitch Dobrowner's "Rope Out" Featured in Scientific American

Posted on Jun 15, 2023

Mitch Dobrowner Rope Out, 2011 Gallery Artist Mitch Dobrowner's photograph "Rope Out" is featured in the article from Scientific American Watch Out: Tornado Alley Is Migrating Eastward. The image is of a twister formed by a super cell storm as it begins…

Henry Horenstein featured in Strange Hours: Photography, Memory, and the Lives of Artists

Posted on Jun 13, 2023

Dolly Parton, Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, 1972 Henry Horenstein is featured in Rebecca Bengal's recently published collection of essays on photography, Strange Hours: Photography, Memory, and the Lives of Artists. In this collection of thoughtful…

News from the MFAH Photography Department from Curator Malcolm Daniel May, 2023

Posted on Jun 6, 2023

May 31, 2023   Dear Friends of the MFAH Photography Department, It’s summer! It’s not the summer solstice yet, but with Memorial Day come and  gone, it’s time to wear white again, walk the dog at 7:00 a.m. before the  temperature gets above 90°, and turn…

'We Sort of People' by Henry Horenstein and Leslie Tucker Available for Pre-Order

Posted on May 12, 2023

Journalist and Writer Leslie Tucker and photographer Henry Horenstein began working together in 1997, when she invited him to Maryland to shoot a mysterious multiethnic family, the little-known Wesort clan: "We sorts are different from you sorts." The project…

Why I Love AIPAD, Part 1

Posted on May 11, 2023

Catherine Couturier joins AIPAD ?Board of Directors

Wendi Schneider in Conversation with Laurie Lambrecht for Lenscratch

Posted on May 2, 2023

The Etherton Gallery in Tucson, Arizona has just opened the exhibition, Reverence: Laurie Lambrecht and Wendi Schneider, that runs through June 10, 2023. Reverence pairs Laurie Lambrecht’s embroidered photographs on linen with Wendi Schneider’s gilded photographs…