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Voici un article sur la Galerie Soho Photo où je suis en résidence depuis 2 ans :

http://www.tribecatrib.com/news/2011/april/960_soho-photo-at-40.html?sms_ss=email&at_xt=4d96eeaefe332cae%2C0

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For Immediate Release:
                                              December 7 - 31, 2010
Rick Sammon
'57 Chevy, Old Havana, Cuba © Rick Sammon 

 
TRAVELS by Rick Sammon

  
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Requiem for a Soho Factory (1864-2005)  
Mask Portraits

Dictionary of Image...Cabinets of Wonder
Through the Looking Glass
 
 
 OPENING RECEPTION:
  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 6-8 PM

 
  Gallery Hours:

  Wednesdays - Sundays, 1-6 PM 
                             and by appointment 
   

                            Contact:
Wayne Parsons       
                            info@sohophoto.com  or 212.662.5532

New York, N.Y. - Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to present Rick Sammon as its guest exhibitor during the month of December.  Sammon, whose exhibition is called Travels, says, "I travel to take pictures and I take pictures to travel. My camera has opened doors for me in more than 100 countries  - allowing me to picture strangers in strange lands and sites and scenes that are foreign to most people. Best of all, I can share my photography experiences with others, transporting them, even if it's for a moment, to distant locations around the planet."  Sammon has published 36 books, including his latest, HDR Photography Secrets. His book, Flying Flowers won the Golden Light Award, and his book Hide and See Under the Sea won the Ben Franklin Award. Sammon is a member of the Explorers Club and is a Canon Explorer of Light.



 
Broken Glass- Hafetz
Factory Locker ©Lynn Passy



Requiem for a Soho Factory (1864-2005)
by Lynn Passy


Lynn Passy's exhibition pays homage to the lost histories of our constantly changing world. The images, shot in 2006, evoke the lingering remnants of a 141-year-old candy factory in Soho-its idle machines and traces of its immigrant workers. Started by an Italian immigrant's widow, the factory employed many Italian and later, Latino immigrants. The company was family-run until 1969 when it was sold to a large corporation; candy production remained in Soho until 2005 when it was moved to the Midwest. The building was then sold and the factory demolished.







 
Yaqui Yamdrok
Jo and Roberto © Yaqui Yamdrok
 



Mask Portraits
 by Yaqui Yamdrok


Yaqui Yamdrok acquired the masks (including two of Vincent Van Gogh) from Sergio and Massimo Boldrin, two premiere internationally known mask makers in Venice, Italy. She designed the costumes and her friends volunteered to be models.  All photographs were made outdoors and in New York City. She says, "Working with my friends was a very enjoyable collaborative effort." Yamdrok's exhibition includes three color and 11 sepia toned images.
 
Dictionary- Goldin
My Dictionary © Eugene Goldin



Dictionary of Image...Cabinets of Wonder
by Eugene Goldin

Eugene Goldin says, "Letters and words are always abstract. In Dictionary of Image, I'm trying to define abstract meanings using my images, sometimes broadening the usual definitions, sometimes not. Dictionary of Image is me, my life, my education, my feelings, my ironic look around, my collection of Japanese antiques, my Cabinets of Wonder with all of their curiosities."



 
Broken Glass- Hafetz
Broklen Glass © Myra Hafetz



Through the Looking Glass
by Myra Hafetz

"These photographs were taken at The Brooklyn Navy Yard in 2009.
They focus on one structure that was being demolished to make way
 for the Yard's future development. Sun poured through gaps in the roof. Broken glass was everywhere, with pieces still in the window frames,
making designs or becoming keyholes and revealing what was left inside. Steel beams, stairs, light fixtures, machinery, could still be seen in the
 interior, but the sounds of machinery and the voices of the people who had worked there were stilled.  Yet, through the broken glass these traces of the Navy Yard's history remained." 
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     November 2 to December 4, 2010
 
Blue Tree© Marky Kauffmann, 1st place
Blue Tree- first place


Winners of Soho Photo's Sixth Annual
Alternative  Processes Competition
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The Next Phase: IPhone Photographs by Dan Burkholder
   OPENING RECEPTION:
   TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 6-8 PM
 
   Gallery Hours:
   Wednesdays - Sundays, 1-6 PM
   and by Appointment

   Contact: Wayne Parsons
   info@sohophoto.com or 212.662.5532



New York, NY- Soho Photo is pleased to announce that its November show will feature the winning entries in its Sixth Annual Alternative Processes Competition as well as its guest exhibition by Dan Burkholder entitled The Next Phase: iPhone Photographs.

This year's Alternative Processes Competition presents the winning images of some 40 photographers from across the United States. The hundreds of images that were submitted for this competition represent a wide range of alternative methods that can include beeswax paper negative, cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, platinum/palladium, gum dichromate, gold toned salt print, tintype, and ziatype. This year's jurors were France Scully Osterman and Mark Osterman. Both are fine art photographers and scholars who specialize in early photographic processes, most notably, wet-plate collodion. Mark has researched, practiced and taught historic processes for over 20 years and is currently process historian at George Eastman House. France is an artist, writer, and educator at Scully & Osterman Studio and guest scholar at Eastman House. After selecting the winners, the jurors remarked, "We were particularly impressed to see a surge of new talent. The winning entries demonstrated an advanced level of sophistication in choosing a process to support their vision, competency with their medium of choice, and most importantly, they had something to say." A complete list of winners is at www.sohophoto.com.

The 2010 competition's top winners are:
1st Place: Marky Kauffmann, Blue Tree
2nd Place: Ronald Cowie, Lisa's Hat
3rd Place: Peter Lindstrom, Camden Street



In the Upstairs Gallery....



 
  George Washington Bridge in Rain ©Dan Burkholder
Dan Burkholder- IPhone

The Next Phase: iPhone Photographs by November guest exhibitor Dan Burkholder will be shown in our upstairs gallery. Burkholder says, "Photographing and stylizing images with the iPhone is one of the purest photographic phenomenon I've experienced during more than four decades of using a camera. With no gap between the moment of capture and time of enhancement, I find my emotional reaction to the subject becomes an integral part of the final image, in a way that's much more honest and fluid than waiting to return to the computer or darkroom."
 






Also in November, Gallery members who print in alternative processes will show some of their recent work.


 
 
Visit Soho PhotoVisit Soho Photo Gallery

Soho Photo Gallery has been showcasing a broad spectrum of imagery
by emerging and veteran photographers since 1971. The Gallery is in
New York's historic TriBeCa district, three blocks south of Canal Street
between West Broadway and Sixth Avenue. Subways: #1 to Franklin
Street or the A, C, E,  N, R or #6 to Canal Street.
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                                              October 5 to October 30, 2010
Dream of Impermanence  © Wu Tien-Chang
dream of imperancne- guest
Asian Traces featuring Shock Shot 攝像
by Wu Tien-Chang 吳天

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Shibui
Growing Up In A Shrinking World:
Golden Thailand
Susimdae: Calm Your Heart and Look into Your Mind

OPENING RECEPTION: TUES., OCT. 5, 6-8 PM
 
 Gallery Hours: Wednesdays - Sundays, 1-6 PM 
  and  by appointment
  Contact: Wayne Parsons   
  info@sohophoto.com or 212.662.5532

New York, NY -  Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to present Asian Traces, an exhibition of photographic portfolios created in Asia.  Guest photographer Wu Tien-Chang, internationally acclaimed Taiwanese photographer, will exhibit his portfolio entitled Shock Shot, consisting of photographs that are mysterious, hilarious, weird and haunting. His is a surreal world of offbeat atmosphere illuminated by unnatural hues with beings who are always grinning, ride bicycles and pose as circus queens in dream-like sets. His figures are elaborately dressed in sparkly, tinseled brocades in the gaudy style popular in both Taiwan and China. Although the elaborately costumed figures are wounded, blind or missing limbs, that does not inhibit their lipsticked smiles. Wu's painterly photographs are set in classical compositional arrangements that are voluptuous and compelling, although specifically ambiguous. They are outspoken in a theatrically absurd form that suggests the antics of political and social life.  


Also on View: Four Members' Solo Exhibits


 
Shoji Screen © Larry Davis  
dream of imperancne- guest


Shibui  by Larry Davis

Larry Davis's latest solo exhibit is entitled Shibui. He says, "Shibui is one of many Japanese terms used to describe beauty, in this case inherent beauty and restraint. This series of photographs illustrate my observations of the details of structural and architectural designs and how these quiet, understated, simple yet elegant designs are woven into ordinary everyday life in Japan." Shibui consists of 12 of Davis's signature 3x3 inch toned archival pigment inkjet prints in 12x12 inch mattes and frames.




 



©Michael Schenker
dream of imperancne- guest

Growing Up In A Shrinking World: Minority Children
In Asia 
by Michael Schenker

Beginning in 2001, Michael Schenker took numerous trips to Asia to complete this project.  Trekking among the lands of the Chil, the Hmong, the Dai, the Dong, the Miao and the Akha, he says, "I became fascinated with lifestyles that seem unchanged from centuries past. Children, the common denominator among the various tribes, have little opportunity for schooling. As their villages and culture are absorbed by their host countries, what remnants of their legacy will be passed on to their children?"




 
Gold Buddha © David Murcko
dream of imperancne- guest


Golden Thailand    by David Murcko

David Murcko spent seven years living in Thailand.  The experience changed his life and has heavily influenced his artistic direction.  His latest exhibit called Golden Thailand pays tribute to Thailand's culture, people and religion.  Murcko describes a unique "golden glow" around everything in Thailand.  Gold also plays a large part in Thailand's history and religious practices.  This inspired Murcko to print his latest series on specially treated gold metal plates.


 
Susimdae_Plate_4_#5 ©Dwight Primiano
dream of imperancne- guest


Susimdae: Calm Your Heart and Look into Your Mind
by Dwight Primiano


This portfolio pays tribute to the 15th century Korean Confucian scholar Jo Heon. He served as royal archivist, librarian and court scholar to the king of Korea, while devoting himself to educating talented young people.  He was killed along with 700 Koreans defending his country from the invading Japanese forces in 1591. The images in Susimdae describe the life and death of Jo Heon as officially celebrated by Korea today.












Spotlight Shows: Hyeyon Park, Gisa Indenbaum, Leslie Bellsey, Eugene Goldin,
Barbara Freedman, Arthur Mantis. Window Exhibit: Joan Lebold Cohen



 
 
Visit Soho PhotoVisit Soho Photo Gallery

Soho Photo Gallery has been showcasing a broad spectrum of imagery
by emerging and veteran photographers since 1971. The Gallery is in
New York's historic TriBeCa district, three blocks south of Canal Street
between West Broadway and Sixth Avenue. Subways: #1 to Franklin
Street or the A, C, E, W, N, R or #6 to Canal Street.
 
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Paul Stetzer (l'un des dirigeant de la galerie) m'a envoyé les photos qu'il avait prises lors du vernissage du 6 Octobre.


















































































































































Avec mon ami américain Jonathan Weiss
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Le reportage sur New York est sur le site de l'agence JBVNEWS :
http://jbvnews.com/11,2896.html
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Vernissage à la galerie Soho Photo le 6 octobre 2009

























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Mes photos exposées


































Un peu de détente avant l'ouverture des portes...avec Andrezj et Paul......



















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Avec des amies françaises (Chantal et Odile)  et Paul (new Yorkais)




































Artistes en résidence à la galerie Soho Photo :
http://www.sohophoto.com/members_albums.html
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                                          SOHO PHOTO
          15 White Street New York, NY 10013
                       212.226.8571


              October 6–October 31, 2009
Opening Reception: Tuesday, October 6, 6-8 pm

Sophie Liedot, who lives near Paris, is having her first show at Soho Photo called Paris/New York.  For 20 years, Sophie Liédot has turned her attention to the photographer's curious and intense look. The eclectics of her favorite themes cannot hide her real ambition: to sublimate photographic art for the emotion of a painting. She chooses one, two, or three photographs and digitally enhances them. Every photograph becomes a color patch and geometric shape. Then, she gathers several of them to create an abstract picture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

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A Sabrina Liédot.................Pour nos retrouvailles...............................

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