Saturday, February 26, 2011


Karen Azoulay, Jem Cohen, Brent Green, Ben Kingsley and Jessica Langley, Carolyn Monastra, and Dan Torop

CLIMATE, curated by Megan Cump and Carolyn Monastra, features short films/videos that blur the distinction between the outer environment and an inner more psychological realm.

ARTPROJX CINEMA at the SVA Theatre, New York
in association with The Armory Show and VOLTA NY

FREE screenings:
Wednesday, March 2nd: 8:45 - 9:15 pm
Thursday, March 3rd: 5:05 - 5:35 pm

The SVA Theatre
333 West 23rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, NY 10011

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Victoria Sambunaris

Untitled from The Border series
copyright Victoria Sambunaris

The Photographer's Lecture Series: Victoria Sambunaris
International Center of Photography
February 23, 7pm

The Border

Victoria Sambunaris
Yancey Richardson Gallery
535 West 22nd Street 3rd Floor
February 24 - April 9

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

More Fuel for Allison

Pennsylvania, 2006

Brooklyn, 2006

Brooklyn, 2006

Australian writer and poet Allison Browning and I began our correspondence a year ago when I discovered my White Horse on her blog accompanying her poem, Small Gods. We quickly became overseas pen pals, sharing our experiences and intimate thoughts on love, relationships in their various manifestations, writing, soul-searching, and art-making.

Allison's poetry is inspired by images from photographers around the world, and in time, more of my own photographs appeared on her blog along with her poems: Fuel, Two Little, and Quickstep. I was thrilled for Allison that Fuel was selected for The Best Australian Poems 2010.

David Andrew Frey and I invited Allison to curate a Culturehall Feature Issue based on Australian photographers, and in September 2010, she contributed a beautiful essay, OUT BACK.

In honor of our year as kindred spirits and confidants, I've searched my contact sheets for old images with open spaces for Allison to find words. Thank you, Allison, for an inspiring friendship.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011



Two of my photographs are included in a group exhibition opening tonight in London, curated by Emeric Glayse. Emeric is the Paris-based curator of the photo blog NoFound, and a selection of the photographs he has exhibited online will be shown in a traveling exhibition starting at Viktor Wynd Fine Art. NoFound to New Documents references the MOMA exhibition, New Documents, 1967, curated by John Szarkowski, and all of the images will be similarly exhibited in a line of small framed prints.

Other participating photographers include Agnes Thor, Alexander Binder, Ana Kraš, Bjarne Bare, Chris Heads, Elena Chernyak, Elinor Carucci, Emanuele Cardesi, Erik Van Der Weijde, Giasco Bertoli, Henry Roy, Jackson Eaton, Jerry Hsu, Jonnie Craig, Keiichi Nitta, Lina Scheynius, Linus Bill, Logan White, Nicole Lesser, Noël Loozen, Olivia Malone, Peter Sutherland, Peter Zachary Voelker, Philippe Gerlach, Rasha Kahil, Ren Hang, Rikki Kasso, Roberto Rubalcava, Thobias Fäldt, Todd Fisher, Tod Seelie, Valia Fetisov, Vincent Delbrouck and Yi-Qing Liu.

The exhibition runs through February 28, 2011

Viktor Wynd Fine Art
11 Mare street, E8
London, UK