Pinacate by Sarah Palmer
The Center for Photography at Woodstock’s 2010 Photography Now exhibit Either/And, curated by Aperture’s Lesley A. Martin, is currently on view. Culling from submissions of artist’s work, the exhibit considers “What defines contemporary practice?” in two parts.
The first part of the exhibit entitled The New Skew opened this weekend and highlights conceptual works that challenge photographic traditions by artists Erica Allen, Gabriel Garcia Roman, Matthew Gamber, Sarah Palmer, Jordan Tate, Rachel Bee Porter, Charles Shotwell, Amy Stevens, Sam Falls and Laura Wulf.
Part two of the exhibit, which opens July 26th, is entitled The New Docugraphics and brings together artist’s Cynthia Bittenfield, Jennifer Wilkey, Brook Reynolds, Natan Dvir, Eric White, Heather O’Brien, Thomas Gardiner, Tony Chirinos, Mike Mergen, whom explore personal and timely issues and events within a documentary framework.
On view during both shows will be a digital slideshow of images from their counterparts.
Photography Now: Either/And
The New Skew
June 12 – July 18
The New Docugraphics
July 26 – August 29
Opening reception Saturday, July 24th from 5:00-7:00 pm
The Center for Photography at Woodstock
59 Tinker Street
Woodstock, New York