Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: National Competition Winner Jo Ann Chaus

Shutters

The National Competition is an important, annual event. The juror, Mercedes Jelinek, herself an accomplished photographer, choose about 40 amazing images from over 1600 that were submitted.

Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Portfolio Competition Winner Sally Chapman

Mythic Nature

In Mythic Nature I create compositions of an imagined world. I am fascinated by statuary that have been erected to embody the mythos, ideals, and spiritual aspirations of the community. I digitally remove the statues from their stark plinths and merge them with an envisioned landscape that contrast the hand-hewn surfaces of statues with the natural world.

Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery : Mercedes Jelinek photographer

Give Her Space

This series is about reclaiming space for women today that has traditionally been reserved for male writers, artists, and scientists. Each piece is a portrait of aspiring teen artists or more mature female emerging artists living today. These portraits are layered on top of recycled book pages written by successful past men, including William Shakespeare, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud.

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Diana Cheren Nygren/ Portfolio Competition Winner

The Persistence of Family

This series interrogates the role of family history in shaping our sense of ourselves and our place in the world. I have composited my family photographs, photographs I took of my children, and images of the New England landscapes in which they and I grew up. In the images, generations reach for each other across time.

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Alec Rill

Happiness (Resilience)

A dark cloud has descended upon the world. One that is trying to bring us down. But in reviewing my photos of these places, I’m reminded of what I have witnessed: wide-spread devastation but also smiles, camaraderie, friendship, love, laughter, and yes, happiness.

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Ania Moussawel/ Portfolio Competition Winner

The Days are Long

My photographic series, “The Days are Long”, examines the complex relationship between mother and daughter over generations in my family.  The title of the series comes from the saying, “The days are long, but the years are short”.

My family is from Cuba and Lebanon. The images in this body of work center around my grandmother, mother, daughter, and myself.

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Martin Rich

Light Thoughts

When daylight enters a space through a window, door or skylight it transforms the space and the space becomes alive with the light. Rays of natural light create a dynamic mood as they reflect off the surfaces they strike and with the ever-changing patterns of light formed as the sun moves across the sky.

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband

Fertile Ground

The Central Coast of California, an expansive area of rich black earth and glorious vegetation bathed in coastal fog that produces two-thirds of this country’s fruit, vegetables, and nuts. Our black and white images on Kozo paper with wax encaustic reflect the fragility of the system.  We intend to bring together what are often vitriolic positions to focus on common goals of nurturing a sustainable, affordable, humane ecosystem to feed America in an era of climate change.

May 5, 2022

Judd Foundation

Central Marfa Historic District Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places

Judd Foundation and the Chinati Foundation are pleased to share that the Central Marfa Historic District, including eleven buildings preserved and repurposed by Donald Judd, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Apr 20, 2022

Center for Italian Modern Art

She is the Peggy Guggenheim of Soho

Steward of a collection of 20th century art, Laura Mattioli made a future for the Futurists at the Center for Italian Modern Art in Manhattan.

Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: National Competition Winner Jo Ann Chaus

Shutters

The National Competition is an important, annual event. The juror, Mercedes Jelinek, herself an accomplished photographer, choose about 40 amazing images from over 1600 that were submitted.

Shutters

Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Portfolio Competition Winner Sally Chapman

Mythic Nature

In Mythic Nature I create compositions of an imagined world. I am fascinated by statuary that have been erected to embody the mythos, ideals, and spiritual aspirations of the community. I digitally remove the statues from their stark plinths and merge them with an envisioned landscape that contrast the hand-hewn surfaces of statues with the natural world.

Mythic Nature

Jul 13, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery : Mercedes Jelinek photographer

Give Her Space

This series is about reclaiming space for women today that has traditionally been reserved for male writers, artists, and scientists. Each piece is a portrait of aspiring teen artists or more mature female emerging artists living today. These portraits are layered on top of recycled book pages written by successful past men, including William Shakespeare, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud.

Give Her Space

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Diana Cheren Nygren/ Portfolio Competition Winner

The Persistence of Family

This series interrogates the role of family history in shaping our sense of ourselves and our place in the world. I have composited my family photographs, photographs I took of my children, and images of the New England landscapes in which they and I grew up. In the images, generations reach for each other across time.

The Persistence of Family

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Alec Rill

Happiness (Resilience)

A dark cloud has descended upon the world. One that is trying to bring us down. But in reviewing my photos of these places, I’m reminded of what I have witnessed: wide-spread devastation but also smiles, camaraderie, friendship, love, laughter, and yes, happiness.

Happiness (Resilience)

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Ania Moussawel/ Portfolio Competition Winner

The Days are Long

My photographic series, “The Days are Long”, examines the complex relationship between mother and daughter over generations in my family.  The title of the series comes from the saying, “The days are long, but the years are short”.

My family is from Cuba and Lebanon. The images in this body of work center around my grandmother, mother, daughter, and myself.

The Days are Long

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Martin Rich

Light Thoughts

When daylight enters a space through a window, door or skylight it transforms the space and the space becomes alive with the light. Rays of natural light create a dynamic mood as they reflect off the surfaces they strike and with the ever-changing patterns of light formed as the sun moves across the sky.

Light Thoughts

Jun 22, 2022

Soho Photo Gallery: Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband

Fertile Ground

The Central Coast of California, an expansive area of rich black earth and glorious vegetation bathed in coastal fog that produces two-thirds of this country’s fruit, vegetables, and nuts. Our black and white images on Kozo paper with wax encaustic reflect the fragility of the system.  We intend to bring together what are often vitriolic positions to focus on common goals of nurturing a sustainable, affordable, humane ecosystem to feed America in an era of climate change.

Fertile Ground

May 5, 2022

Judd Foundation

Central Marfa Historic District Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places

Judd Foundation and the Chinati Foundation are pleased to share that the Central Marfa Historic District, including eleven buildings preserved and repurposed by Donald Judd, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Central Marfa Historic District Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places

Apr 20, 2022

Center for Italian Modern Art

She is the Peggy Guggenheim of Soho

Steward of a collection of 20th century art, Laura Mattioli made a future for the Futurists at the Center for Italian Modern Art in Manhattan.

She is the Peggy Guggenheim of Soho

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