Richard Tuschman: Once Upon a Time in KazimierzRichard Tuschman: Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz
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Richard Tuschman
Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz

Opening & Artist Reception
Friday September 16, 5–7 pm

Artist Talk Saturday, September 17th, 2pm

Exhibition continues through
October 29th, 2016

Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz’s colorful tableaux depict an episode in the life of a fictional Jewish family living in 1930’s Poland. Focusing on the theme of loss, Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz’s dreamlike and poetic vignettes describe scenes of sacrifice, grief and family tension, but are also punctuated with moments of love, longing and tenderness.

To achieve his cinematic style, Tuschman seamlessly combines live models with meticulously detailed doll-house size dioramas giving him full control to direct each scene — a process the artist pioneered in his previous series Hopper Meditations.

“The project is my attempt to visually weave together narrative fiction with strands of both cultural and family history … It is my hope that in this way, the pictures in Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz reflect the fleeting, fluid nature of both memory, and of dreams.”—Richard Tuschman

View Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz

For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
© Wendel WhiteWendel White
Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

In collaboration with CENTER, photo-eye is pleased to announce Wendel White's Schools for the Colored — now on view in our Bookstore Project Space through November 26th, 2016. In this series of black-and-white images, Wendel White photographs the remains, transformation, or imagined footprint of structures once used as segregated schools along the northern border of the Mason-Dixon Line.

“The architecture and geography of America’s educational apartheid, in the form of a system of “colored schools,” within the landscape of southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois is the central concern of this project. — Wendel White

White has been invited to participate in 2016's Review Santa Fe, and photo-eye is proud to have his powerful project on display during the festival.

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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