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Works by New Mexico Artists

February 7th – April 22nd, 2017

Opening & Artists Reception
Friday, February 24th, 5–7pm

Northern New Mexico and Santa Fe is home to a vast, varied and thriving artist community. Local Eight is a group show focused on the diversity of style represented by eight area photographers exhibiting wide-ranging conceptual and material practices. Subject matter in the exhibition runs the gamut, covering topical issues such as climate change, the esoteric narrative of dreams, and the peculiarity of American highway culture, among others.

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photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St. (in the Railyard Arts District), Santa Fe, NM 87501. Tuesday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm or by appointment

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
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Steve Fitch
American Motel Signs

Opening & Book Signing
Saturday December 10th, 2016 3–5pm
Exhibition extended through
February 23rd, 2017

In American Motel Signs Steve Fitch crisscrossed the United States documenting the colorful dynamic, advertisements inviting weary traveler to park their car and pack it in for the night. Tinged with nostalgia, these delightfully garish motel signs lovingly recall a mid 20th Century road culture speaking to a sense of independence and freedom central to the contemporary American identity. The exhibition celebrates the release of Fitch’s new monograph American Motel Signs 1980–2008, just released by London based publisher The Velvet Cell, and the artist will be on hand to sign copies during the Opening.

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photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space, 376 Garcia Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 87501. Monday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm.

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
© Rachel PhillipsRachel Phillips
Rachel Phillips: Fixed

photo-eye Gallery is thrilled to publish Fixed, a new series by artist Rachel Phillips to the Photographer's Showcase. Fixed follows this summer’s Divinations series, and continues to explore notions of antique ephemera, vernacular photography, and photography's role in the Everyday. Injecting the work with a sense of play, Fixed is created by Phillip's fictional alter-ego Madge Cameron (b. 1935) and the Founding Archivist at the Pacific Library Privé and Special Collections. Each work is the product of a colorful 'interruption' during the process of digitizing the library's vast photographic holdings. Fixed celebrates both the history of early photography and the shared humanity a simple portrait can convey.

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
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