Picto Magazine

Exhibition January 10, 2019 Katherine Wolkoff, Exploring Earth’s future environmental health

In “The Critical Zone”, Katherine Wolkoff presents landscape photographs that describe the geological, botanical and zoological markings visible in “the critical zone,” earth’s permeable layer which extends from the tops of the trees to the bottom of the ground water.

Exhibition January 9, 2019 Wardell Milan, Parisian Landscapes: Blue in Green

New York-based artist Wardell Milan’s collages often incorporate cut-out photographs from works by Diane Arbus and Robert Mapplethorpe, as well as Charles Hoff’s images of boxers in “The Fights”.

Exhibition January 8, 2019 Ka-Man Tse is Aperture’s 2018 Portfolio Prize Winner

Every year, Aperture organizes the Portfolio Prize, open to Aperture magazine print subscribers and which purpose is to identify high-quality work by new voices in contemporary photography.

Exhibition January 2, 2019 A fresh visual perspective on the American South

“Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South”, an exhibition currently on view at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, South Carolina, comprises fifty-six photographers’ visions of the American South…

Exhibition December 19, 2018 1947, Simone de Beauvoir in America

In January of 1947, the French writer and intellectual Simone de Beauvoir (1908–1986) landed in New York’s La Guardia Airport, beginning a four-month journey across America. She traveled from East to the West coast by trains, cars and even Greyhound buses.

Exhibition December 18, 2018 David LaChapelle, Will you still love me tomorrow?

Since his early commissions from Andy Warhol as a portrait photographer for Interview magazine, many of David LaChapelle’s photographs of well-known figures in contemporary culture have become iconic in their own right.

Exhibition December 17, 2018 Watching the world from carwashes

In photographer Mark Lyon’s second presentation of his ongoing “Bay Views” series, the relationship between external space and what Lyon calls “active interiors”, reveals the artist’s capacity for risk.

Exhibition December 14, 2018 Amy Finkelstein’s abstract but meaningful tableaux

It is said you cannot step into the same river twice. It could be countered that photographing it even once proves a greater challenge.

Exhibition December 12, 2018 LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards exhibited in New York

This year’s annual 50 emerging talents chosen by Lensculture are exhibited at Klompching Gallery in New York City from December 12 to 22, 2018. An international jury of photography experts – including…

Exhibition December 7, 2018 Exploring the no-man’s land of migration

As migration and displacement of population are ongoing global matters since a decade, a multidisciplinary exhibition at Blue Sky, the Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts in Portland, presents the work of five lens-based artists exploring the subject…

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