Shelby Lee Adams who, we are pleased to announce, will exhibit at the Davis Orton Gallery in Sept/Oct, is featured in the March 2011 edition (Issue #81) of Black and White Magazine. The piece includes a ten page portfolio of Shelby’s images and an extensive essay by Renee Jacobs, writer & photographer, who traveled to Kentucky for Shelby’s Guggenheim Party and did interviews and story titled: “Portraits From Appalachia.” (image © ross periodicals, 2010)
One of seven b/w and color photographs by Sylvia Plachy are online at “Photobooth” the view from the New Yorker photo department. The images are from Sara Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando” at Classic Stage Company, on view through October 17. The image above is also in the October 11 edition of the magazine. Also on view through October 17 is “Apparitions,” photographs by Sylvia at the Davis Orton Gallery.
Ernie Button’s portfolio, “Back and Forth” has been published in the online magazine, F-Stop Magazine.
According to Button, “Changes in society aren’t always obvious. Sometimes they can be very subtle. The grocery store rides that many of us enjoyed as children are slowly disappearing from the urban landscape. That mechanical horse or the spaceship ride made a trip to the grocery store bearable as a child but now seems hard to find.” Five years ago, Button began his project of photographing these rides in black and white. He has returned to the same locations and shot roughly the same frame in color – perhaps at a different time of day or slightly different perspective – all to suggest change and the passing of time.
F-STOP MAGAZINE is an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers from around the world. Each issue has a theme or an idea that the unites the photographs to create a dynamic dialogue among the artists.
Published online, bi-monthly since 2002.
Button’s series, “Cerealism” is currently on view at the Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson NY
Meg Birnbaum who exhibited at Davis Orton Gallery in September, 2009 is the featured photographer at Tanto Tempo Gallery and Cafe in Kobe, Japan, February 6 – March 21, 2010. She is showing work from two series: “Corn Dogs, Blue Ribbons …” and “Daylight Savings.” Meg creates her evocative black and white images using plastic toy cameras (Holgas and Dianas.) She will be giving an artist talk at the gallery on March 13.
Meg’s work has also been selected for exhibition in juried shows in SoHo and San Francisco. In SoHo, her photograph “Cheek to Cheek” will appear in Soho Photo Gallery’s 12th international Krappy Kamera competition, March 2 – April 3. In San Francisco a photograph will be featured in RayKo Photo Center‘s Third Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show.