Aperture Gallery Past Exhibitions
Time of Change Photographs by Bruce Davidson and The Black Panthers: Making Sense of History Photographs by Stephen ShamesThursday, May 17, 2007–Thursday, August 2, 2007
Aperture Gallery is pleased to exhibit two seminal photographic documents of the civil rights movement: Bruce Davidson’s Time of Change and Stephen Shame’s The Black Panthers: Making Sense of History
Over the past decade, Dutch photographer Bert Teunissen has documented hundreds of old European homes. These are rudimentary yet cultured settings aglow with a warm, timeless atmosphere; spaces in which a primary interior feature is that of natural light. Made in numerous countries, including the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Italy, France, Great Britain, Spain, and Portugal, his poignant photographs capture and record architecture—and a way of life—that is quickly disappearing.
Inaugurating its 2007 exhibition program, Aperture Gallery presents On the Wall: Aperture ’05–’06, the first in what will become a biennial exhibition, showcasing work by all the living artists featured in the previous eight issues of Aperture magazine.
An internationally renowned American painter, printmaker, and photographer, Chuck Close’s work has radically changed the definition of modern portraiture. A Couple of Ways of Doing Something presents a stunning collection of portraits by Chuck Close of his influential circle of artist colleagues who have made regular appearances in his paintings over the years.
Lola Alvarez Bravo (1903–1993) is widely recognized as Mexico’s first woman photographer. The exhibition at Aperture Gallery, which is curated by Elizabeth Ferrer, a New York–based independent curator and writer specializing in Mexican and Latino art, features fifty-five vintage photographs spanning Alvarez Bravo’s entire career and is the first major representation of her work in over a decade.