Three different bodies of work will be featured at the Miami art fairs this week. Stop by and have a look at these installations:
Yancey Richardson Gallery at Miami Project, Booth 607
Exhibiting “Shadbolt Ranch” and a variety of images from the Dirt Meridian series
Jackson Fine Art at Art Miami, Booth A42
Exhibiting “Beaver Dam Lake” from a brand new series on the American South
David Klein Gallery at Art Miami, Booth A5
Exhibiting “Pressure Panel” and “Boblo Boat” from the Detroit series
Two images appear in Time magazine this week illustrating an article about the revitalization of downtown Detroit.
New shots of Detroit for the cover story:
A brief interview titled “Under Cover: Detroit is Coming Up Roses” for the NYTimes blog, The 6th Floor:
The Dirt Meridian project was featured in a recent newsletter from Phase One. Follow the link below for the full interview which investigates aerial shooting techniques with the IQ180 digital system.
Follow this link to a slide show of images of the newly opened 911 Museum. The pictures will also run in the print version of the magazine: May 18, 2014
A catalog to accompany David Klein Gallery’s “True to Form” exhibition is available for purchase here:
And a digital version is available to view and download here:
Reception with the artist 5-8 pm, Saturday March 22nd.
Show runs through April 19th.
David Klein Gallery
Birmingham, MI 48009
Yancey Richardson Gallery will be featuring two large works from the Dirt Meridian series in Booth 621 at The Armory fair next Thursday – Sunday
A review of the East/ West show by Cecilia Paasche for The Phoenix (January 30th):
An very nice slide show of the “Dirt Meridian” series is featured today on the NBC News website:
Vince Aletti’s review of the “Dirt Meridian” exhibition is featured in this week’s New Yorker “Goings On About Town: Art” section:
The Dirt Meridian exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery is featured in PDN’s “Photo of the Day” online sectio (with slideshow): http://potd.pdnonline.com/2014/01/25353#gallery-1
Reed Johnson’s full length review of the CUBA show at Couturier Gallery in this past Sunday’s Los Angeles Times (1.19.14)
“CUBA, High and Low”
A brief online review of the CUBA show at Couturier gallery by Leah Ollman for the LA Times:
An exhibition of new work titled “Dirt Meridian” will debut at Yancey Richardson Gallery on January 9th and remain on view through February 15th, 2014. (Artist reception on opening night 6-8pm)
Yancey Richardson Gallery
525 west 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
“Capturing of the Country from the Strut of a Plane”, a new blog interview by Stacey Baker which expands on the recent 100th meridian story, is now live on the NY Times website:
A photo essay of selections from the new series “Dirt Meridian” will be featured in the New York Times Magazine, December 8th edition. A slideshow of the pictures and video showing the process of making them are available online alongside the full article by Inara Verzamnieks.
Many thanks to Kathy Ryan and Stacey Baker at the Times for their unwavering support of the project, and also to Yvette Pinyero and Tom Schachte at Wildchild Post for their great editing work on the video.
Please join us this Tuesday Nov. 27th at the Strand in NYC for a discussion and book signing with Jacqueline Loss and Jose Manuel Prieto. Follow the link for event details:
The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) at Columbia University will be hosting what promises to be a fascinating discussion of the changing face of Detroit, Michigan this coming Monday, Nov. 12th. This event is free and open to the public. See info below and click the announcement image to go to the website.
Gaze: Photographing Detroit
Monday, November 12, 2012 6:30pm
Danielle Aubert, Thanks for the View, Mr. Mies
Andrew Moore, Detroit Disassembled
Camilo Jose Vergara, American Ruins
with Robert Beauregard, Columbia University GSAPP and Andrew Herscher, University of Michigan
Detroit, Michigan, is one of the most photogenic US cities today. Vibrant or vacant, symbolizing crisis or hope—this conversation brings together renowned photographers Andrew Moore and Camilo José Vergara and graphic designer Danielle Aubert to discuss their distinct and compelling representations of the Motor City.
Moore’s monumental photographs of the city’s ruins in Detroit Disassembled and Vergara’s documentation of its transformation over time in Detroit is No Dry Bones are concurrently on display at the National Building Museum in Washington DC, while Aubert’s recently released Detroit success story Thanks for the View, Mr. Mies (coedited with Lana Cavar and Natasha Chandani) zooms in on the lives of Mies van der Rohe’s urban renewal project Lafayette Park in micro-detail.
They will be joined by Robert Beauregard, Urban Planning, and Andrew Herscher, University of Michigan and author of the forthcoming The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit.
Free and open to the public
Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
Columbia University GSAPP
1 train to 116th Street
The two works below will be featured in Yancey Richardson’s booth #A10 at Paris Photo November 15 -18. Other selections from various projects will be on hand as well.
Follow the link for more info about the fair:
October 9, 2012
Price: Free and open to the public – RSVP required. Please RSVP Below!
(Donations are encouraged. Donations can be made online here)
Location: SVA Theater, 333 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Penumbra Foundation is pleased to present a conversation between poet laureate Philip Levine and photographer Andrew Moore at the SVA Theatre on October 9 at 7pm. Inspired by Detroit, the greatest American industrial city of the 20th Century, Philip Levine and Andrew Moore will discuss their personal histories and creative evolutions with the city, as well as the controversy regarding images of the ruins in the city’s depiction over the last three decades. The conversation will be a unique opportunity to hear two extraordinary artists as they discuss their experiences with one of the most emblematic American cities of our times through dialogue, poetry and images.
During the course of the conversation, Andrew Moore will show images of his large-format photographs from his 2008-2009 project Detroit Disassembled.
Mr. Levine and Mr. Moore will both be available for signing books after the presentation. Penumbra Foundation will have copies of their latest books available for purchase and signing after the event.
Click below for more info and connect to the Penumbra site:
The Times Magazine has uploaded a Q & A blog entry to accompany this week’s Cuba article.
The photograph “Via Blanca” will appear on the cover of the New York Times Magazine this Sunday (September 23rd Issue). Several more images follow on the inside pages to illustrate the article “Where is Cuba Going”.
Early online versions of the magazine are accessible now.
Cover image on the NYT mag homepage (click through for full story):
Slideshow of additional images can be viewed here:
The Detroit Disassembled exhibition will be on view at the National Building Museum in Washington DC from September 30, 2012 – February 18th, 2013
Please visit the website for more information:
Gary Marotta Fine Art presents a selection of photographs from Cuba to coincide with the release of “CUBA”, the new 15 year photographic survey published by Damiani press.
Opening receptions Aug. 10 and 11 from 7-9 pm
Gary Marotta Fine Art
162 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
Exhibition on view August 10 – 30
A short clip of Andrew on press in Bologna reviewing proofs for a new book of Cuba images, available this fall from Damiani Editions:
The Detroit Disassembled traveling exhibition is now on view as part of “Cities in Transition” at the Grand Rapids Art Museum:
Andrew will be on hand for a lecture and book signing to coincide with the exhibition next Thursday the 21st:
Making History: An Evening with Andrew Moore
Thursday, June 21
Doors open/cash bar 6pm, meet the artist
Book signing 6:30 pm, Lecture 7 pm
Members free, Non-members $5 admission
Grand Rapids Art Museum
101 Monroe Center
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in the AIPAD Photography Show 2012 at the Park Avenue Armory. You will find us at Booth 211, where we will highlight work by Victoria Sambunaris, whose traveling solo show opened at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery this winter; work from Laura Letinsky’s new series Ill Form and Void Full, which is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; a selection from Sharon Core’s new conceptual project on the history of floral still-life painting; new additions to the series Lost in My Life by Rachel Perry Welty, whose solo show is currently at the Zimmerli Museum; and a selection of works by new gallery artist Jitka Hanzlova, who has previously had solo exhibitions at the Stedelijk Museum and Fotomuseum Winterthur. In addition, we will present work by Olivo Barbieri, from his new series The Dolomites Project, currently on display in the gallery; a selection by Kenneth Josephson from his 1988 Books series; and a beautiful large-scale work by Andrew Moore from the series, Russia.
The AIPAD Photography Show will take place at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue) and will run from 11am until 7pm on Thursday, March 29 through Saturday, March 31, and on Sunday, April 1 from 11am until 6pm. For more information, please visit www.aipad.com.
OLIVO BARBIERI THE DOLOMITES PROJECT
Through March 31, 2012
ALEX PRAGER COMPULSION
April 5 – May 12, 2012
Photographs from the Cuba, Russia, and Detroit series will be on display along with new images from Terre Haute Indiana. There will be a lecture and reception on February 21st at 5:30 that is free and open to all.
The show will remain on view through March 23rd.
Here are a few articles published recently about Detroit Revealed at Detroit Institute of Arts and Detroit Disassembled at Queens Museum of Art…
Queens Chronicle Rich look at the emptiness of the Motor City
Michigan Radio DIA photo exhibit puts Detroit in spotlight
Salon.com Detroit: City of Stunning Contradictions
Detroit Free Press Detroit comes alive from many angles in a new exhibit at the DIA
The Queens Museum of Art is offering a single day class with Andrew coinciding with his Detroit Disassembled exhibition.
The session will cover various topics including a walk-thru of the exhibit with Andrew and participant portfolio reviews.
Application Deadline is Friday, October 21, 5pm EST.
Click here for more information.
Andrew’s work is featured as part of Detroit Revealed: Photographs 2000-2010 showing at Detroit Institute of Arts.
Other artists featured in the exhibition include Michelle Andonian, Carlos Diaz, Scott Hocking, Corine Vermeulen, Dawoud Bey and Ari Marcopoulos
On view Sunday, October 16, 2011 – Sunday, April 8, 2011
Click here for more information.
Provincetown Magazine wrote an article about Detroit Disassembled to coincide with the opening of a show of the work at Gary Marotta Fine Art.
Read the article here:
Hope In Shadows of Decay by Rebecca Alvin
If you’re in the area please stop by Gary Marotta Fine Art in Provincetown, Mass where pieces from Detroit Disassembled will be on view through the fall.
Images from various projects will be exhibited in three different venues, running now through the Fall:
Colby College is showing selected images from Detroit Disassembled, recently acquired their collection, June 2 – October 2, 2011. Andrew will be on hand Sept 13 to meet with students and will give a lecture on Sept. 14th.
The Queens Museum of Art will mount a large exhibition of Detroit Disassembled, with additional imagery from Cuba and Russia, on view from Aug. 28 2011 – Jan. 15th 2012. An opening celebration will be held on Sept. 18th.
The Groton School will be showing a collection of pictures from both the Detroit and Cuba series from Sept. 19 – Nov. 18, 2011
More information on these shows and events to come…
Modernism at Risk: Modern Solutions for Saving Modern Landmarks, a Knoll-sponsored exhibition organized by the World Monuments Fund (WMF), opened at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning on March 16, 2011 and will be on display though April 20, 2011.
Andrew will be giving a visual lecture on his book Detroit Disassembled next Wednesday, March 9th at 6:30 p.m.
Mid-Manhattan Library 40th Street and 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Click the link below and scroll down for flyer with full details:
The October 21st presentation at the George Eastman House, part of their “Wish You Were Here” series, can now be seen on YouTube (in three parts). Copy and paste the URL below to view:
Read the article “A Planet of Relics” by Max Kozloff:
The book was featured as a top pick in the “Coffee Table Book” section.
The first edition sold out quickly, but the second run should be available in bookstores and online any day. Get your copy before they’re gone!
May 13, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
No longer the Motor City of boom-time industry, the city of Detroit has fallen into an incredible state of dilapidation since the decline of the American auto industry after the Second World War. Today, whole sections of the city resemble a war zone, its once-spectacular architectural grandeur reduced to vacant ruins. In Detroit Disassembled, photographer Andrew Moore records a territory in which the ordinary flow of time-or the forward march of the assembly line-appears to have been thrown spectacularly into reverse. Photographer Andrew Moore will be joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine who wrote an essay for the book.
The Strand Bookstore
(at 12th St.)
New York, NY 10003-4805
Opens April 10th, through June 7th.
Galerie Alex Daniels
1017 RZ Amsterdam
tel +31 20 4235423
fax +31 20 4223542
Opening: Tuesday, March 9, 2010, 5-8pm
Address: 5 E 82nd St., New York NY 10028