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Philip Jones Griffiths
50 Years on the Frontline
Curated by George Carrano
50 Years on the Frontline
January 27- April 14, 2006

Philip Jones Griffiths' has produced unforgettable photographs for over five decades on the front lines of world conflict. Tackling love, death, frivolity, politics and violence, Griffiths' photographs comment profoundly on virtually every aspect of human emotion...MORE

Image on left © Philip Jones Griffiths
David Maisel
Black Maps
Black Maps
February 24 - June 23, 2006

Black Maps is comprised of three series of aerial photographs of environmentally impacted landscapes and a new media sound and image installation. Although these photographs evidence devastation, they also transcribe an interior psychic landscape that is profoundly disturbing. As otherworldly as the images seem, they depict a shattered reality of our own making...MORE

Image on left © David Maisel
Taken for Looks
Imaging Food in Contemporary Photography
Curated by Sarah Tanguy
Taken For Looks
May 24 - September 1, 2006

Taken for Looks focuses exclusively on photography, bringing together an array of food images that probe our fantasies, our realities, our acts and our marks. Visual techniques and strategies traditionally associated with documentary, commercial and fine art photography cross-fertilize as each artist explores this fascinating subject in their own unique way...MORE

The artists include Meredith Allen; Anita Calero; Sharon Core; Tim Davis; Susan Eder and Craig Dennis; Doug Fitch and Mimi Oka; Justine Kurland; Laura Letinsky; Zeva Oelbaum; Martin Parr; and Lyndon Wade.

Ken Light
Coal Hollow
Coal Hollow
August 31 - October 29, 2006

For three years Ken Light photographed the gradual death of the coal industry and its culture in the struggling mining communities and former coal company towns of West Virginia. Extreme poverty, welfare dependence, Ku Klux Klan reemergence, major diseases like “black lung”; a sense of hopelessness about lost jobs and lost heritage is haunting the country’s most impoverished state. During his outings at "the hollows", he has attempted to trace roots of coal families, been invited into numerous homes of retired miners, attended outdoor church tent revivals, and recorded ravaging summer floods...MORE

Image on left © Ken Light
Lois Greenfield
Resonating Fields
Resonating Fields
September 15 - December 10, 2006

In her exuberant, explosive and elegant pictures, Lois Greenfield captures in an image, not just the lithe and acrobatic forms of dancers performing their art, but the purity and exhilaration of movement itself.  Dancers in Ms. Greenfield’s breathtaking images seem like a species apart; rare and wonderful creatures who have figured out how to break the bonds that hold the rest of us to earth. Without tricks or manipulation of any kind, she captures these fleeting and impossible moments in a style that is both lyrical and graphic...MORE

Image on left © Lois Greenfield
Douglas McCulloh and Jacques Garnier
On the Beach
On the Beach
November 15, 2006 - January 19, 2007

The real life characters photographed for On The Beach reveals the rich diversity and color of the beach as a social and cultural pageant. Florida's beaches are a magnet, not only for the local population, but for the millions who visit Florida each year. This exhibition features images made over the last 2 years on Florida's beaches, combined with a companion series made on the beaches of Southern California. The show rises from a powerfully straightforward idea - go to beaches and capture a chance sample of beachgoers...MORE

Image on left © Douglas McCulloh

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