The Young Earth
Jordan Sullivan will be holding a book-signing for The Young Earth as part of the opening night event for Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair 2014. The book-signing will be held at the Book Stand booth, from 6:30pm - 7:30pm, Thursday, January 30th. The full opening night event is from 6pm - 9pm.
The second annual Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair runs from January 31st through February 2nd at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Sullivan's The Young Earth series can be viewed on our website.
The Young Earth book is available for purchase from Amazon.com.
Inquiries on available prints for sale from The Young Earth series should be directed to Peter Hay Halpert.
More information on the book fair can be found on their homepage.
Directions to The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA are available to print or download in .pdf format here.
The Young Earth is a fictional photo series and accompanying photo-text novella that follows two Americans in their twenties, one of them terminally ill, as they explore the idyllic and remote corners of Iceland. As they immerse themselves into those foreign and wild landscapes, they are forced to confront their own mortality and a past love triangle that briefly disturbed their friendship. Shot from multiple perspectives, the back and forth between portraits and landscapes, between poetry and fictional prose, reveals the same tension that bonds the two men. One man, leaving behind the ones he loves, faces his impeding death and the question of the afterlife, when the other one contemplates an uncertain future and loneliness without his best friend.
Sullivan's Young Earth series has been highlighted on Dazed Digital, New Landscape Photography and We Are Selecters. Sullivan was also interviewed by Platform Photo.
Andrew Fladeboe's photographs come out of the tradition of British animal portraiture - the great 18th century equestrian paintings of George Stubbs and the 19th century dog canvases of Edwin Landseer. This past summer he traveled extensively throughout Norway to make portraits of dogs set against the majestic mountains and fjords. For this project, he put an emphasis on dogs native to Norway. Of the 7 native Norwegian dogs, he was particularly interested in the Elkhound (used to hunt moose), the Lundehund (once used by Vikings to catch puffins on the cliffs of the fjords), and the Buhund (the indigenous herding dog). He also made portraits of English Setters, Collies, and the King of Norway's dog, a rare Taigan. The results are stunning.
For more information or to purchase prints please contact the gallery.
Born in California in 1984, Andrew grew up in Japan, Russia, and Austria before obtaining his BFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. His work has been included in group shows in NY, Boston, Providence, Seattle, and Tokyo. In 2012 he had a solo show in Newport RI. His work has been published in American Photography 27, and will be featured in the upcoming Identities Now: Contemporary Portrait Photography. He's been awarded a Fullbright for 2014 to photograph working dogs in New Zealand.
Todd Jordan recently contributed to the premiere edition of Dogme Magazine, the first magazine by Libraryman. Dogme N°—1 will be released (worldwide) on February 17th 2014.
|Ranee Palone Flynn
The New York Times 'T' Magazine
Ranee Palone Flynn's portraits were recently featured in 'T' Magazine of the New York Times. Turning Point | The Innocent Beauty of Ranee Palone Flynn’s Portraits of Teenagers by Julia Felsenthal is an in-depth interview accompanied by multiple examples of Flynn's work.
|Insight: The Wit and Wisdom of Duane Michals
An Interview by Peter Hay Halpert
Duane Michals recently sat down at the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York to talk about his photography and his career, and it was, as expected, both an entertaining and rewarding event. Michals, who is now 81, has published more than 20 books and had numerous museum and gallery exhibitions, including retrospectives at MoMA (1970) and ICP (2005), and his work will be the subject of another major retrospective next year at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburg, his hometown.
His use of sequential images and text written on images has expanded the possibilities of photography, and his smart humor has endeared him to those who’ve heard him speak. At the Leslie-Lohman Museum, it was clear that he has lost none of wit or wisdom.
You can read the full interview with Duane Michals here.
Ryan McGinley: Midnight Moment
Ryan McGinley's music video Varúð for Icelandic band Sigur Rós premiered just before midnight on Monday, July 1st in the middle of Times Square, synchronized on 15 of the square’s largest screens. It will play nightly 11:57pm - midnight throughout the month.
Ryan McGinley's ethereal video, Varúð documents the artist's friend Jessica Tang as she traverses the streets of Manhattan in slow motion, leaving a trail of stardust in her wake.
30 seconds of the video played in 3,000 taxis around New York City in February as part of a project launched by the Art Production Fund.
Apparatus at M+B Gallery
Work by Ryan McGinley is currently on display at M+B Gallery as part of a new group show entitled Apparatus. The exhibition, curated by Tim Barber, brings together an eclectic mix of artworks that deal in some form with the human form. Apparatus opened July 11th and runs through August 31st.
Daily Serving has republished an article from the week-long series Summer of Utopia which was featured in July of 2010. The post, written by Catherine Wagley as a part of her weekly column L.A. Expanded, focused on Ryan McGinley and the Levi’s summer 2009 ad campaign.
With a Trace: Photographs of Absence
Christopher Bucklow's Guests series will be included in The Akron Art Museum's new exhibition With a Trace: Photographs of Absence. The exhibition opens on July 27th and runs through January, 2014.
Mutual Art.com names With A Trace: Photographs Of Absence, featuring work by Christopher Bucklow, as one of the 10 new exhibitions opening up this summer worth watching.
We maintain an inventory of Christopher Bucklow’s Guests portraits, including key early works. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Yorker
Christopher Bucklow's piece Tetrarch 2:43pm, June 19, was featured in the New Yorker's Goings on About Town section this week. View the piece on their website.
Come Play With Me - a new series of photographs
We are excited to announce the launch of a new body of work by Ron Diorio - Come Play With Me - to coincide with the selection of two of his videos for a new exhibition at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University. This new series follows the success of Diorio's last two series - Comin' Around Again and Hometown.
These images represent an aesthetic continuation, but signify a radical departure in terms of subject matter. Diorio explains: "In 2012, I began a project to make Subfactors, an experimental film suggested by a research paper published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior on 'Why Humans Have Sex.'" Participants in the research project were asked to answer how frequently each of 238 reasons led them to have sex. "I posted on Craigslist, using various 'reasons' for having sex as the headline or subject of my Casual Encounters listing. The images that formed the basis for the Come Play With Me series were initially sent back in response to those postings."
The Complete Come Play With Me series is available for viewing here.
Come Play With Me and Diorio's short Subfactors were recently highlighted on AI-IP's Pro Photo Daily, by David Schonauer.
The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show 2013
Two of Ron's videos, Nervous Thinking & Subfactors, were selected for a new exhibition at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University. This contemporary art exhibition features paintings, prints, photographs, ceramics, wearable art, metalwork, sculpture, fiber art, and video installations by a mix of local, national, and international artists. The artworks explore themes related to sex, gender, eroticism, reproduction, sexuality, romantic relationships, the politics of sex and gender, and the human figure.
The show opened on May 17th and will run through July 13th. More information can be found here.
For a complete list of all video screenings & exhibitions Ron has participated in, and links to watch Nervous Thinking, Subfactors and more of his video work, please click here.
Patricia Richards will be coming out soon with a new body of work featured in Hero magazine. You can read the article here.
Butt Magazine - Oh Canada!
Tyler Udall's work was recently featured in Butt Magazine. You can view the images here.
First Exhibition At The Little Black Gallery & Press
Tyler Udall's exhibition at The Little Black Gallery ended on March 16th. Both the exhibition and Tyler's work have been the subject of a number of articles in the last couple months, including this spread from the February 10th issue of The Sunday Times.
Artdaily.org has a write up of Tyler and his exhibition that can be viewed here. This piece was also been promoted by The Huffington Post.
Dazed and Confused did an interview with Tyler that can be viewed here.
Trebuchet Magazine wrote about Tyler and the show back in January comparing his work to that of Juergen Teller and Ryan McGinley.
Le Journal de la Photographie has a write up on the show here.
The exhibition was also been highlighted by 1883 Magazine.
Tyler's work is available to view on our site.
A brand new book from menswear brand Our Legacy is out featuring Todd's photography. The book and Todd's work within it can be viewed here.
|Peter Hay Halpert by Stéphanie de Rougé
Stéphanie de Rougé recently visited with Peter to discuss everything from his first encounter with photography to the opening of his own gallery. You can read the full article at Le Journal de la Photographie.
|Other Works For Sale
In addition, we have a select inventory of contemporary photographs by artists such as Richard Avedon, Bill Henson, David Hilliard, Annie Liebovitz, Vik Muniz, Cindy Sherman, Alec Soth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and others. Address inquiries to email@example.com.