JOÃO MARIA GUSMÃO + PEDRO PAIVA WHERE THE SORCERER DOESN’T DARE TO STICK HIS NOSE and Another B&W Ghost Show September 6 – October 20, 2018 http://www.andrewkreps.com/
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power September 14, 2018–February 3, 2019 Brooklyn Museum of Art #soulofanationbkm
Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection August 23, 2018–March 31, 2019 Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art #halfthepicturebkm
TODD HIDO Bright Black World SEPTEMBER 13 - NOVEMBER 3, 2018 529 West 20th Street Third Floor / New York, NY 10011212-627-3930 http://www.brucesilverstein.com/
Icons Jojakim Cortis & Adrian Sonderegger September 13 - November 3, 2018 505 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011 | (212) 243-8830 firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Renaldi - Touching Strangers / until Sept 29 @ Gulf and Western Gallery NYU (photo ID required) http://tisch.nyu.edu/photo/events/touching-strangers-exhibition
New York through the lens of George Kalinsky / until Sept 30 @ New York Historical Society https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/845/new-york-through-the-lens-of-george-kalinsky
Under Construction: Photography, Video, and the (Re)presentation of Identity / until Oct 17 @ Cristin Tierney Gallery https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/946/under-construction-photography-video-and-the-re-presentation-of-identity
Christopher Anderson: Approximate Joy / until Oct 20 @ Danziger Gallery https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/949/christopher-anderson-approximate-joy
John Chiara - Pike Slip to Sugar Hill / until Oct 27 @ Yossi Milo Gallery https://yossimilo.com/exhibitions/john-chiara
Yoko Ikeda & Toshio Shibata: Treescapes / until Oct 27 @ Lawrence Miller Gallery https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/683/yoko-ikeda-and-toshio-shibata-treescapes
The Treachery of Impermanence /until Oct 31 @ Anstasia Photo, 143 Ludlow Street https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/538/the-treachery-of-impermanence
Jeff Whetstone: Batture Ritual / until Oct 27 @ Julie Saul Gallery https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/566/jeff-whetstone-batture-ritual
Todd Hido: Bright Black World / until Nov 3 @ Bruce Silverstein Gallery https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/116/todd-hido-bright-black-world
Don Heron: Tub Shots / until Nov 3 Daniel Cooney Fine Art https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-events/photo-exhibition/948/don-heron-tub-shots
Art of the Mountain: Through the Chinese Photographer's Lens / until Dec 2 @ China Institute, 100 Washington Street https://www.chinainstitute.org/gallery-exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/
Towards a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948-1980 / until Jan 13 2019 @ MOMA https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/3931
SymposiumImagining Everyday Life:Engagements with Vernacular Photography October 19-20, 2018
Friday, October 19, from 5:00 to 7:30pmSaturday, October 20, from 10:30am to 6:30pm Lenfest Center for the ArtsColumbia UniversityKatharina Otto-Bernstein Screening Room615 West 129th StreetNew York, NY 10027
This event is free and open to the public with required registration. To register, please use the form at this link or email email@example.com. Visit our website for more information. The Walther Collection, The Center for the Study of Social Difference at Columbia University, and The Barnard Center for Research on Women will present Imagining Everyday Life: Engagements with Vernacular Photography, a two-day international symposium on Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20, 2018. The symposium aims to articulate multiple definitions of vernacular photography within a newly expanded field of critical investigation—reconsidering the context and meaning of often overlooked photographic practices and tracing their specific social histories. Bringing together speakers from a wide range of academic disciplines, presentations will consider vernacular photography in its diverse stylistic forms, utilitarian applications, and regional variants.
Organized and co-chaired by Brian Wallis (The Walther Collection), Marianne Hirsch (Columbia University), and Tina Campt (Barnard College), the conference will consist of four panels: Why Vernacular Photography? The Limits & Possibilities of a Field, which seeks to define, question, and re-value the field itself; Troubling Portraiture: Photographic Portraits and The Shadow Archive, exploring the structures and logic of utilitarian portrait photography; Performance and Transformation: Photographic (Re)visions of Subjectivity, unpacking photographic representations and the self-imaging of race, gender, and sexuality; and lastly Space, Materiality, and the Social Worlds of the Photograph, which examines the physical and tactile nature of vernacular photographs, as well as their relationship to viewing conventions, circulation, and representations of private and public space. Participants include Ariella Azoulay (Brown University), Geoffrey Batchen (University of Wellington), Clément Chéroux (SFMoMA), Patricia Hayes (University of Western Cape), Nicole Fleetwood (Rutgers University), Lily Cho (York University), Ali Behdad (UCLA), Laura Wexler (Yale University), Jack Halberstam (Columbia University), Shawn Michelle Smith (Art Institute of Chicago), Sophie Hackett (Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto), Elspeth Brown (University of Toronto), Leigh Raiford (UC Berkeley), Drew Thompson (Bard College), Thy Phu (Western University), Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett (NYU), and Deborah Willis (NYU).
The symposium coincides with The Walther Collection’s multi-exhibition series titled “Imagining Everyday Life,” curated by Brian Wallis, which includes the exhibition currently on view at The Walther Collection Project Space, Scrapbook Love Story: Memory and the Vernacular Photo Album. The series will culminate in a major exhibition at the collection’s Neu-Ulm campus in 2020, accompanied by a catalogue co-published with Steidl.