In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on May 16, 2013 at 12:31 pm
Henrieke Strecker, The Pilgrim
Some lovely abstract work now at Verve Gallery by Henrieke Strecker …
Henrieke I. Strecker has her roots in the Black Forest of southwestern Germany. Her
formative and creative years were spent there, and later in Berlin and Frankfurt. In 2008 she relocated to the United States and currently resides and works in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
She has spent her lifetime in photography and alternative photographic techniques.
Henrieke’s work appears in photographic journals, catalogues, blogs and in books on
photographic practices. She teaches The Art of Photography(analog photography)
& Historic Photographic Processes
at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.
Now through June 22
For more information: Verve Gallery
In Art Museum, Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Photographer on May 9, 2013 at 2:18 pm
Bill Brandt, Bombed Regency Staircase
Bill Brandt is often included in group survey shows that address one photographic style or another. Landscapes, nudes,abstracts, etc., his name and work pops up.
Now in a beautiful and in depth survey of his work at the Museum of Modern Art, the scope and breadth of his work can be seen.
Brandt’s crowning artistic achievement, developed primarily between 1945 and 1961, is a series of nudes that are both personal and universal, sensual and strange, collectively exemplifying the “sense of wonder” that is paramount in his photographs. Brandt’s work is unpredictable not only in the range of his subjects but also in his printing style, which varied widely throughout his career. This exhibition is the first to emphasize the beauty of Brandt’s finest prints, and to trace the arc of their evolution.
Now through August 12.
For more information: Bill Brandt
In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on May 2, 2013 at 2:55 pm
Enjoy a sampling of artists’ work from the previous two years in “Retrospective”.
The group of photographers featured at Red Filter Gallery have covered a lot of territory, geographically and conceptually. See their work in person to remember what great prints look like.
May 2 – July 7
For more information: Red Filter Gallery