Exhibits

  • “Landmark” by Lynn Davis on view in New York thru November 9th

    By The Halide Project on October 26, 2019
    Edwynn Houk Gallery, located in New York City, has Landmark by Lynn Davis on view through November 9th.  The exhibition features Davis’s images of natural and manmade monuments from across the globe. Please click here to read more about Davis’s work and this exhibition. Photo credit: Lynn Davis  
  • “Danny Lyon: Thirty Photographs (1962 – 1980)” on view in Santa Fe thru November 9th

    By The Halide Project on October 24, 2019
    Obscura Gallery, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has Danny Lyon: Thirty Photographs (1962 – 1980) on view through November 9th.  The exhibition features iconic images from the newly published limited edition portfolio of Lyon’s work. Please click here for details.
  • “Tin” opens in New South Wales on October 24th

    By The Halide Project on October 23, 2019
    Northern Rivers Community Gallery & Ignite Studios, located in Ballina, NSW, Australia, will be holding an opening reception for Tin on October 24th from 5:30 – 7:30pm.  The exhibition features work by three artists exploring tin in content, concept, or materials, including Shani Miller’s tintype still life images. Please click here for more information.
  • “In Progress” by Ryan Foerster at Governors Island thru October 27th

    By The Halide Project on October 22, 2019
    If you happen to find yourself in New York City, take the ferry over to Governors Island to check out In Progress by Ryan Foerster, which is on view at Nolan Park 8B through October 27th.  A collaboration between Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York and Pioneer Works, In Progress is the first of three exhibitions culminating […]
  • Last few days to catch “Tracing Silence” in Ballarat, Australia!

    By The Halide Project on October 17, 2019
    If you happen to find yourself in Australia, you have a few more days to make it to Ballarat to see Tracing Silence by Sengha Peckham and Kristin Diemer.  Migrants to Australia, both photographers explore issues of impermanence and connection to place, utilizing alternative processes to do so.  The exhibition closes on October 20th and is part of the Ballarat […]
  • Brownie in Motion opens tomorrow night in Brooklyn!

    By The Halide Project on October 16, 2019
    In 2013, Stephen Takacs built a camera obscura modeled on a 1940s-era Brownie box camera and has since traversed the country photographing craftspeople who continue to work with their hands in this increasingly digitized world.  He will be showing selections of this work, as well as color installation images of the Brownie – at Bushwick Community Darkroom in Brooklyn from […]
  • Daido Moriyama exhibition at Bruce Silverstein thru October 19th

    By The Halide Project on October 10, 2019
    Bruce Silverstein Gallery, located in New York City, has a solo exhibition by renowned Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama on view through October 19th.  Moriyama’s work is an exploration of the quotidian and the search for freedom, inspired by Jack Kerouac and the artist’s own urban wanderings. Please click here for more information about the exhibition and Moriyama’s work. Photo credit: […]
  • “Fotofilmic18” and Kari Orvik’s “Geneva” open at SF Camerawork on October 10th

    By The Halide Project on October 8, 2019
    San Francisco Camerawork will be holding receptions for two exhibitions on October 10th from 6 – 8pm… Fotofilmic18 is the sixth edition of Fotofilmic’s traveling exhibition and features the work of thirty emerging photographers utilizing analogue and film-based processes.   The exhibition will be on view through December 20th.  Please click here for details, including a list of featured artists. […]
  • “Janus Rising” reception at Griffin Museum on October 10th

    By The Halide Project on October 7, 2019
    The Griffin Museum of Photography, located in Winchester, Massachusetts, will be holding a reception for Sal Taylor Kydd’s exhibition Janus Rising, which is on view through October 20th, on October 10th from 4 – 6pm.  Taylor Kydd’s work focuses on objects and artifacts that are imbued with memory. Please click here to read more about the exhibition and Taylor Kydd’s […]
  • Click! comes to the Triangle!

    By The Halide Project on October 1, 2019
    Although the Click! Photography Festival is ostensibly taking a break during 2019 in order to step things up for 2020 and beyond, there will be a lot of photography happening in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina during the month of October. Please click here to see what exhibitions and events are scheduled on Click!’s “year off”!