October 24, 2014
LOIS CONNER exhibition reviewed in the FINANCIAL TIMES by Matthew Bremner.
For Conner, unadulterated nature is paramount. The photographs are taken with a banquet camera – a 19th-century device originally used to capture large groups of people – which results in large negatives from which Conner produces her own platinum prints.
October 8, 2014
PARIS PHOTO, November 13-16, Grand Palais, Booth B 43
Paris Photo is the premier international art fair for works in the photographic medium. The Fair will be held in Paris's historical Grand Palais from the 13th to the 16th of November, 2014.
October 8, 2014
EDMUND TESKE, November 19, 2014 - January 24, 2015
Edmund Teske believed in the transformative potential of photography. He was interested in more than the inherent characteristic of the medium to record a specific moment in time. For Teske photography was a way to explore the soul of his subjects and creating the negative was only the beginning. His composites of multiple negatives and his use of solarization, as well as his exquisite gelatin silver prints, express the complexity and depth of his personal vision.
October 1, 2014
Classic Photographs Los Angeles began in 2010 when a small group of gallery owners and photography dealers, looking for an alternative to over-sized art fairs, organized an intimate photography show at the Michael Dawson Gallery on Larchmont Boulevard in Los Angeles.
May 21, 2014
LOIS CONNER in the NEW YORK TIMES LENS BLOG by Rena Silverman.
Lois Conner calls herself a collector of landscapes. The fascination started in childhood, when she was mesmerized by the panoramas she glimpsed on family road trips. But it turned into an artistic mission over the last three decades as she traveled through China with her view camera in search of images layered with detail and history.