Thursday, June 30, 2011

Summer Sampler Opening Reception

Summer Sampler at Front Room GalleryOpening Reception: Friday July 8th July 8th-31st
Reception 7-9

Hours Fri-Sun 1-6 and by appt.

Featuring works by previous and upcoming artists from the Front Room:

Sasha Bezzubov
Thomas Broadbent
Peter Fox
Stephen Mallon
Allan Packer
Melissa Pokorny
Ross Racine
Emily Roz
Patricia Smith
Julia Whitney Barnes
and more 

Italian forest 40x60 edition of 5

147 roebling street

williamsburg, brooklyn

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

B&H Lecture on Sun. June 26 1 -3 pm (My Life As A Commercial and Fine Art Photographer)

Join me this sunday at the B&H Event Space.  I will be discussing my educational background as well as my transition into the working world as an assistant,  then ending by discussing my current work.  By relating my own experiences, I will help guide emerging photographers through the tangled web of balancing the fine art and commercial aspects of photography. 

To register and for more information please visit :

Speakers: Stephen Mallon
Event Type: Photography
Skill Level: Basic

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Next Stop Atlantic to be featured at LOOK3

Next Stop Atlantic will be presented in a slide show on June 10th at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, just one day after my opening in Chelsea at the Steven Kasher Gallery.

LOOK3 is 3 days of exhibitions, presentations, interviews, workshops, and outdoor projections in Charlottesville, Virginia. Guest curators, Kathy Ryan and Scott Thode, are designing a line-up of artists and programs around the theme of HOME.





Some info on the slideshow:

Showcasing some of the most exciting and innovative current photography projects today, these Friday and Saturday evening projections present a dynamic cross-section of work from photojournalism to fine art. In these 2 hour projections, established professionals and emerging talent are given the rare opportunity to fully express an entire project to a large audience. With the freedom to show many images and add voice and/or music to accompany the projection, artists are freed from typical commercial constraints. 

Some highlights of the festival include workshops by some incredible photographers such as Mary Ellen Mark, and an interview of Nan Goldin by Sally Mann. This festival is a little bit MAJOR.



2011 SHOTS Photographers

2011 WORKS Photographers