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01 August 2017

JOHN MILISENDA



John Milisenda’s photograhy has appeared in over 150 shows and many publications including Smithsonian and the New York Times. His work is in the permanent collections on Brooklyn Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art and Bibliotheque Nationale. He has taught basic photography,The Zone sytem and Photographic chemistry at Drexel University, The New School, and Parson’s School of Design. He is currently working on a photography book of his family, a cross section of 50 years of work.


















19 June 2017

Joel-Peter Witkin


Joel-Peter Witkin (born September 13, 1939) is an American photographer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His work often deals with such themes as death, corpses (and sometimes dismembered portions thereof), and various outsiders such as dwarves, transsexuals, intersex persons, and physically deformed people. Witkin's complex tableaux often recall religious episodes or classical paintings.




























02 May 2017

Jo Whaley

With a background in painting and the scenic arts, Jo Whaley has infused her images with the illusionary world of the theater. Her detailed, color photography combines the sensuality of painting with the veracity of the camera, and creates elaborate photographic tableaux about the nature of the imagination.
Born in 1953, Whaley received her B.A., M.A. and M.F.A from the University of California at Berkeley. She was awarded a Visual Artist Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as several Polaroid Corporation Artist's Grants and the San Francisco Foundation Phelan Award. Her work is in several major collections in this country and abroad, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Oakland Museum; and the Polaroid Corporate Art Collection. The Theater of Insects was most recently featured at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego in 2009 and the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC in 2008. Her monograph of the same name was published Chronicle Books in 2008.