Monday, August 27, 2012

A Bridge Delivered Screening


A Bridge Delivered

We are pleased to announce that Open Show NYC will be screening A Bridge Delivered August 28th, 2012.


When: Tuesday, August 28th
Where: The Half King Bar & Restaurant
Time: Starts at 7:00pm
Admission: Free


"A Bridge Delivered  has been reviewed by The Wall St Journal, New York Magazine, GQ, PDN, WiRED, and shown in four film festivals."

Others presenting their work are:
Mike Kamber
Glenna Gordon
Claudis Schulze
Marvi Lacar

For more information about the event and Open Show, visit


505 West 23rd Street
New York, NY, 10011

Monday - Friday
11:00am - 4:00am

Saturday & Sunday
9:00am - 4:00am

Friday, August 10, 2012

DIY: Photographers and Books


DIY: Photographers & Books

We are pleased to announce that the catalogs "American Reclamation" volume one, volume three, and "Brace for Impact, Salvage of Flight 1549" have been included in the "DIY: Photographers & Books" Gallery.

When: Saturday, August 11th - Sunday December 30th 2012
Where: The Cleveland Museum of Art
General Admission is Free


Some of the Photographers and the books that are being fetured:

Pascal Amoyel & Thomas Bouquin
• Un, Montréal-Paris (2011)
• Duex, Montréal-Paris (2012)
• Trois, Montréal-Paris (2012)

Goseong Choi
• "Umma" (2011)

Robert Dunn
• OWS (2012)

Mishka Henner
• Astronomical (2011)
• Less Américains
• No Man's Land II
• Photography Is (2012)

Lisa Kereszi
• Joe's Junk Yard (about 2002)
• Fantasies (2007)

Michael Loderstedt
• Groveland Utopia
• New York: The Taxona Photographs (2012)

Stephen Mallon
• American Reclamation (2009)
• The Salvage of Flight 1549 (2009)
• The Reefing of USS Radford (2011)

Steve Syd
• No Comment (2011)

Yury Toroptsov
• Why Was I Born in Russia (2010-11)

Wil van Iersel
• One Week from Every Day a New Book (2011)
• Who the F*ck is Carla (2012)

Hermann Zschiegner
• 34 Parking Lots (2006)
• Seascapes (2009)
• Every Coffee I Drank in January 2010 (2010)

for the complete list visit DIY: Photographers & Books


From Curator Barbara Tannenbaum
DIY: Pootographers & Books, my first show at the Cleveland Museum of Art, opens this Saturday, August 11 and remains on view through December 30. The first museum show to focus on print-on-demand photobooks, it contains 157 books by 134 artists from Europe, Asia, and throughout the U.S. Each book can be handled, read, and re-read. If you can't visit the show in person, the website has a list of all the books with links to those that can be purchased and/or previewed on the Internet. A small catalogue/extended gallery guide will be available for purchase through the CMA store


11150 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Tuesday, Thursday,
Saturday, Sunday
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday,  Friday
10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Closed Monday

Friday, August 3, 2012

Sight Unseen: high/low


SIGHT UNSEEN: high/low


When: Saturday, August 4th 2012
Time: 8:00pm
Where: Artist's Television Access
Entry: $6

We are pleased to announce that "The Volare" has been selected by curator Billy Miller to be included in Sight Unseen.

•  “Susan Blond” (2011)
“David Bienenstock” (2011)
Produced & created by Scott Newman & Marc Santo for REVEL NY
•  “A Week at The Western Hotel” (2010)
“Threads of Collar City” (2011)
By Brenda Ann Kenneally
•  “Drive by Modernism” (2012)
Directed by Marc Santo, Produced by Gary Krieg, Janice Grube
•  “Bel Air” (2011)
By Niklas Goldbach
•  “The Volare” (2012)
By Stephen Mallon

 “Creepy Kids” (2012)
By Peter Schneider

•  “Colonic”, “The Jiz Commercial”, “Bye Bye Ba Nee” (2010)
By Sienna D’Enema

•  “Pillars”
By Darrin Martin

"The Volare" - Stephen Mallon

"An accelerated look at the construction of the first new roller coaster to be built in 70 years at Coney Island, New York – commissioned by the Wall Street Journal."

"Warhol Superstars • Marijuana • Modernist Homes • Roller Coasters • Clones • Scary Movie Kids • Rust Belt Survivors • Politically-Incorrect Cartoons • Architectural Containment • & MORE!"

For more information go to:


  Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-3890