Pictured, left, is a collage of last year’s exhibit. Visible photographs by Cara Barer and Lisa Dahl. Besides selecting 20 books for exhibition, the gallery exhibits work by four photographers designated “best of show.” In addition to the sale of books during the show (November 18 to December 18), the gallery hosts an online catalog of the 20 books for one year. (last year’s catalog)
Elliot Ross‘s new book, with 50 photographs from his on-going series, “Animal” has been published by Schilt Publishing in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and is distributed in London by Thames and Hudson and in the US by Ingram Book Company.
‘The haunting animal portraits of the American Elliot Ross question our relation to other creatures and the ways we perceive the animal world’. Manfred Zollner in fotoMAGAZIN
“Animal” can be ordered online from Schilt, Photo-Eye, and Amazon. A Special Edition is available which includes a numbered and signed archival pigment print in a number and signed book in slipcase.
Elliot exhibited prints from “Animal” at the Davis Orton Gallery in June. The gallery has a selection of matted prints available.
Last night in Hudson NY, belo3rd and all of Warren Street was buzzing. Six galleries and the Opera House had receptions including the reception at Davis Orton Gallery for Sylvia Plachy. Sylvia’s friends, family and fans are legion and a substantial portion filled the Gallery and continued onto the sidewalk – all there to meet her and see her show, “Apparitions.”
Sylvia Plachy at the Davis Orton Gallery reception for her exhibition, “Apparitions.”
Adrien Brody at reception for his mother, Sylvia Plachy, at Davis Orton Gallery
Sylvia Plachy at reception for her series, "Apparitions" at Davis Orton Gallery
Through July 18, the exhibition,”Shoot ‘n Southern,” at the Mobile Museum of Art examines the prominent role of women artists in fine art photography, in particular those with a Southern heritage or Southern experiences. Vaughn’s photographs of traditional African-American gardens of the South are featured. Her book, “Places of the Spirit: Traditional African American Gardens,” published by Trinity University Press will be available in bookstores in September.
From the front stoop of the Davis Orton Gallery, 114 Warren Street, Hudson, New York, here is a 3 minute review of Hudson’s 2010 Flag Day Parade – photographs by Karen Davis, music, “The Chimes of Freedom” by the Byrds, without permission
Two of Nadine Boughton’s photocollages, including “Evening News,” exhibited recently at the Davis Orton Gallery, have been selected for inclusion in the 16th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Griffin Museum of Photography. Juried by Joerg Colberg, author of the photography blog, “Conscientious,” a website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography, the show will run from June 30 – August 29, 2010.
John Chervinsky, who will exhibit at the Davis Orton Gallery from August 26 to September 19, 2010, is a featured artist in a three person exhibition with Laura Lentinsky and Olivia Parker, “Marking Space” at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design from January 22 to February 26.