EXHIBITION SCHEDULE


Current Exhibitions

July 25 –September 13, 2014
photo-eye Gallery
Tom Chambers: Reverie
 
June 29 – August 16, 2014
photo-eye Project Space (in our Bookstore)
Antone Dolezal and Lara Shipley
Devil's Promenade
 

Upcoming Exhibitions

August 22 – October 11, 2014
photo-eye Project Space (in our Bookstore)
Brad Wilson:Avian
Selected works from the Affinity Series
Artist Reception and Booksigning
August 22nd from 5–7 pm
 
For more information please contact
Anne Kellyphoto-eye Gallery 505.988.5152 x202




Past Exhibitions
June 6 –July 19, 2014
photo-eye Gallery
Richard Tuschman – Hopper Meditations
 
April 25 - June 7, 2014
photo-eye Project Space (in our Bookstore)
Tony Bonanno – Synergy
Studies of the Female Nudes Shot in the Galisteo Basin
 
February 7th - April 5th, 2014
Kevin O�Connell – Conventional Entropy
December 6th – February 1, 2014
Photo Objects & Small Prints
September 27th – November 2013
Nick Brandt: Across the Ravaged Land
July 19th – September 21st, 2013
Mitch Dobrowner: Storms
May 17th – July 12, 2013
John Delaney: Golden Eagle Nomads
Svjetlana Tepavcevic: Means of Reproduction
The Nude — Classical, Cultural, Contemporary
February 15, 2013 - May 11, 2013
Pentti Sammallahti — Here Far Away
December 7, 2012 - February 9, 2013
SOLAR — Photographs by Jamey Stillings, Linda Connor, Chris McCaw, David H. Gibson, Alan Friedman, Sharon Harper and Becky Ramotowski.
September 28 - December 1, 2012
Summer Mischief: Large Scale Works by Julie Blackmon
John Chervinsky from his series "Studio Physics"

July 13 - September 16, 2012
Kelli Connell: Double Life
Also showing: Richard Barnes

May 2, 2012 - June 30, 2012
 
Steve Fitch: Highway Culture
February 25, 2011 - April 5, 2012
 
Michael Levin: Continuum
December 16, 2011 - February 18, 2012
 
A Selection of Animal Photographs by Keith Carter and
New Work by Nick Brandt, Mitch Dobrowner, David H. Gibson and Chaco Terada
November - mid-December, 2011
 
Tom Chambers: Dreaming in Revers / So�ando Hacia Atr�se
August 5 - September 25, 2011
 
Colette Campbell-Jones: Stories from Underground
June 3 - July 30, 2011
 
Jamey Stillings: The Bridge at Hoover Dam Project
April 8 - May 21, 2011
 
Gallery Artists
Photographers include Julie Blackmon, Michael Levin, Hiroshi Watanabe, Laurie T�mer, Tom Chambers, David Trautrimas, Jamey Stillings, Edward Ranney, Kevin O�Connell, James Pitts, Zo� Zimmerman, Mark Klett, Raymond Meeks, Nick Brandt, Don Hong-Oai, Jock Sturges and Jo Whaley.
February - March, 2011
 
Carla van de Puttelaar: Cranach Series
October 22 - January 30, 2011
 
Mitch Dobrowner, Edward Ranney and Chris McCaw
Summer 2010
 
Terri Weifenbach, Imogen Cunningham, Pentti Sammallahti and Mark Klett
May - June 2010
 
Gallery Artists
Mitch Dobrowner, Julie Blackmon, Tom Chambers, David Trautrimas, Maria Luisa Morando, Laurie Tumer, Nick Brandt, Pentti Sammallahti, Raymond Meeks, Zoe Zimmerman, Kevin O'Connell, Carla van de Puttelaar, David H. Gibson and Richard Barnes
March - April
 
Hiroshi Watanabe: Suo Sarumawashi
and in our Photographer's Showcase Series
Eric Fredine: Prairie Waters
December 4th - February 5th, 2010
 
Nick Brandt and Jamey Stillings
September 25th - November 28th, 2009
David Trautrimas and Mitch Dobrowner
July 10th - September 12th, 2009
Debbie Fleming Caffery and Michelle Repici
June 4th - July 4th, 2009
 
Photographer's Showcase Exhibition Series Kickoff
March 20th - May 2nd, 2009
 
The Galisteo Basin Photography Project
January 23rd - March 7th, 2009
 
Jo Whaley
November 7th - January 10th, 2009
 
Jock Sturges
September 19th - October 1st, 2008
 
Julie Blackmon: Domestic Vacations - Part II
June 27th - September 6th, 2008
 
Group Show: Works by Tom Chambers, Terri Weifenbach, Kate Breakey, Laurie Tumer, Michael Levin, Carlos Tarrats, Nick Brandt, Pentti Sammallahti, Jessica Bruah and Zoe Zimmerman
February 25th - April 27th, 2008
 
Mark Klett: Saguaros
November 1st - January 30th 2008
 
Tom Chambers and Hiroshi Watanabe
July 13th - September 8th 2007
 
Ephemeral Moments
Photographs by David H. Gibson and Don Hong-Oai
April 6th - June 22nd, 2007
 
Post-Pictorialism: Photographs by Nick Brandt and
Raymond Meeks
December 1st - March 25th, 2007
 
Simonne Holm
Rana Temporaria: Photographs of the Common Frog
September 23 - November, 2006
 
Julie Blackmon
Domestic Vacations
June 30 - September 9, 2006
 
Carol Panaro-Smith and James Hajicek
Photogenic Drawings
April 14 - June 10, 2006
 
Kate Breakey: Still Lifes
December 16 - February 28, 2006
 
Paper Forests: Photographs of Trees in our Time
September 23 - November, 2005
Nick Brandt: On this Earth
July 8 - September 10, 2005
Carola Clift: Paintings and Photographs
April 22 - June 25, 2005
OnLine/OnSite: Selections from Online: Photographer's Showcase
February 11th - April 9th, 2005
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Polly
December 3rd - February 5, 2005

International Book Launch for Polly Published by TwinPalms Publishers

Jo Whaley: Entomology
September 10th - November 20th, 2004
 
Mona Kuhn: Photographs
June 25 - August 28, 2004
 
Keith Carter: Company of Animals
November 14 - January 10, 2004
 
Laurie Tumer: Glowing Evidence
October 17 - November 22, 2003
 
Will Clift: Sculpture
September 12 - November 8, 2003
 
Terri Weifenbach and John Gossage: Snake Eyes (Gallery One)
Linda Elvira Piedra: New Work (Gallery Two)
August 1 - September 6, 2003
Snake Eyes featuring the work of Terri Weifenbach and John Gossage, and Passage featuring the work of Linda Elvira Piedra. All three artists were present at the opening.
 
Cameraless Image
June 6th - July 26th, 2003

Featuring work by Robert Buelteman, Keith Carter, Walter Chappell, Binh Danh, Susan Derges, Adam Fuss, Susannah Hays, Jayne Henle, Leigh Anne Langwell, Jocelyn Nevel, Varvara Rodchenko, Wendy Small, and Laurie Tümer.
 

 

Zoë Zimmerman: Elements of Containment
April 18th - May 24th, 2003


photo-eye Gallery, located at 376 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is pleased to announce Elements of Containment, an exhibition of new albumen photographs by Zo� Zimmerman. Her work will be on view in the gallery through May 24, 2003.
 

Exhibition of Gallery Artists' Work
February 5th - April 15th, 2003
 
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Out of Darkness
December 6th - February 1st, 2003

Featuring the work of contemporary photographer Debbie Fleming Caffery with an opening reception and booksigning for the artist on December 6, 2002. Exhibition continued through February 1, 2003



Invented Reality
October 18th - November 30th, 2002

Invented Reality featured photographs by Kahn & Selesnick, Didier Massard, Laurent Millet, and Jo Whaley. Each photographer exhibited constructs a scene, either narrative, sculptural or environmental, which is then photographed. Didier Massard, featured below, constructs miniature table top landscapes that contain stunning detail and dramatic lighting. The resulting photograph evokes a fantastical world reminiscent of a magical realism painting.


Byung-Hun Min and Bohnchang Koo
and Points of Balance
July 19th - August 31st, 2002


Featuring the work of contemporary Korean photographers Bohnchang Koo and Byung-Hun Min, with Points of Balance, sculptures by Will Clift.





MicroCosmic: From the Stellar to the Cellular
March 15th through June 1st, 2002

This exhibition explores perspectives on the world we inhabit - from the cosmic found in large, spectacular solar eclipses printed by Linda Connor to the microscopic shown in work by Ariel Ruiz i Altaba. Also featured are works by Walter Chappell, Linda Connor, Mark Klett, Anne Arden McDonald, Andrea Modica, Michael Rauner, and Terri Weifenbach.



Holiday Exhibition
December 8th - February 28th, 2002


Prints from our two holiday shows: Plant Centric, featuring Karl Blossfeldt and Imogen Cunningham, and Water Works, featuring various gallery artists, are perfect gifts for the photography collector. There is also a special exhibition of sculpture by Will Clift.





Jock Sturges
October 26th - December 1st, 2001


Jock Sturges is known for his portraiture and figurative work that explores issues of nudity, youth, beauty, and family relationships. He has photographed extensively in Ireland and in naturist communities in Northern California and France. In all locations Sturges becomes friends with his models and their families, photographing many of them over an extended period of time. Working exclusively with an 8x10” camera, Sturges creates a stunning record of these friendships and of the journey made from adolescence to adulthood.

Sturges' work is included in many prominent collections such as The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Biblioth�que Nationale, and The Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art. His publications include The Last Day of Summer, Radiant Identities, Evolution of Grace, Jock Sturges: A Retrospective, and Jock Sturges: New Work.



Volker Seding, Kevin O'Connell, & Laurie Tümer
August 31 - October 19, 2001

photo-eye Gallery, located at 370 Garcia Street in Santa Fe, is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Volker Seding and Kevin O'Connell. Also included in the exhibition is a selection of prints by Laurie Tümer. All three of the artists will be present at a gallery reception on Friday, September 21, 2001 from 5:00pm until 7:00pm.

In the photographs of Volker Seding and Kevin O'Connell, matter and reflected light collaborate in subtle, evanescent acts of mark-making. A tenuous loop of wire is punctuated with metal dots hovering above a plaster ground in one of Seding's latest Metalworks. A lone light pole against a horizonless sky vertically intersects each frame in O'Connell's recent suite of "Chords."

Volker Seding was born in 1943 in Berlin, Germany. He immigrated to Canada in 1966 and currently works in the Toronto area. A former cinematographer, Seding is known for his contemplative still life constructions using bark fragments, seedpods, herbs and bits of seaweed (the China Series), and his compositions of found metal scraps (Metalworks). The exhibition will highlight the large-scale, delicately toned gelatin silver prints from his most recent Metalworks, as well as selections from the earlier China Series.

Seding's work is concerned with an intuitive reality where a random harmony of forms emerges from chaos, then reverts again into energy. His photographs are included in the collections of such museums as the Seattle Art Museum; The Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography.

Kevin O'Connell was born in 1958 and has lived and worked in Colorado since 1981. His photographs can be found in public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. O'Connell's series From the Plains examined the vastness of the plains in eastern Colorado. These stark, gestural landscapes contain few identifying elements and are free of distraction, context and event. Kevin continues these minimalist meditations in his recent landscapes, where watery swales streak the plains with glinting arabesques and zigzags, and slight hollows fill with, then are emptied of shadows as the sun marks its course across the land.

O'Connell's series of vertical Chords represents a shift from the strong horizontals of his landscapes. The artist photographed a single light pole under a variety of atmospheric conditions, eliminating all traces of the horizon. As the vertical line cuts across cloudy or empty skies it functions as a geometric "chord." And with the fluctuating light in each exposure the pole alternately glows and darkens, the suite of chords evoking a series of emotional tones which, taken together, create a subtle and resonant harmony.

Also included in the exhibition are photographs selected from Laurie Tümer's Planted portfolio, which contains vibrant color images of the artist in her organic garden in Española, New Mexico. Her portfolio, photographed from an unusual vantage point, is a garden chronicle that conveys the artist's conscious participation in and observation of the cycles of life in the world on which we are so briefly planted. The current exhibition features Fuji Crystal Archive enlargements of six images from this portfolio.

For more information about the current exhibition, please contact Anne Kelly at photo-eye Gallery by phone at 505.988.5152 or by e-mail at anne@photoeye.com.



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