Claude Iverné: Bilad Es Sudan at Aperture

Photographer Claude Iverné’s photographs offer a unique study of the historical and contemporary cultural clash in the region, primarily through landscape and portraiture. Through a variety of both formal and content based artistic choices Iverné’s images offer an open-ended gateway to a more complex exploration of both North and South Sudan, and deeper issues of lineage, alliances, land, and modernity.

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Paul Bulteel: Waste Not at Anastasia Photo

Paul Bulteel’s Waste Not, depict the voluminous nature of recyclable waste produced by human beings in the 21st century. Belgium’s rate of waste production recycling at 62 percent, one of the highest rates in the world, is nearly double that of the United States, which hovers around 35 percent.

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Colour at Rubber Factory and Women

On the Lower East Side, a significant group exhibition, Women in Colour, gathers some of contemporary photography’s innovative women photographers. Curated by Ellen Carey, the exhibition is part of her ongoing research into women photographers and color photography.

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Robert Mann Gallery and Herman Leonard’s The Rhythm of Old New York

Iconic jazz photographer Herman Leonard’s archive of 35,000 negatives was almost lost in a hurricane. Featuring images that focus on jazz, the black and white works show some of the most highly regarded names such as Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, and Billie Holiday playing venues in the epicenters of New York City’s jazz scene.

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Peter Guttman’s Book Signing at Duggal

Your Art Gallery unveiled it’s newest Featured Artist: Peter Guttman. Peter Guttman is an award-winning photographer, cited as one of “20 of the World’s Most Influential Photographers” and is the creator of the number one bestselling iPad travel app, Beautiful Planet HD.

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Staley-Wise and Magnum Photos: Women Seeing Women

The exhibition, Women Seeing Women, asks some interesting questions, without offering a definitive answer. Presented by Staley-Wise Gallery, the exhibition features documentary photography from renowned Magnum photographers, alongside images from veteran photographers native to the fields of editorial and advertising.

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Howard Greenberg Gallery – Summer

A diverse and eclectic mix of classic black and white photographs is on view in Howard Greenberg Gallery’s sixth annual Staff Picks summer exhibition. From smoky jazz photographs to abstract architectural pieces, there is something for everyone.

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Food Still Lifes by Sandy Skoglund

Sandy Skoglund’s 1978 photographic series, Food Still Lifes, may make viewers both wince and laugh. Peas and carrots, marble cake, chocolate striped cookies, and something that looks like SPAM are featured front and center against backgrounds made from kitsch-style patterned contact paper.

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