Exhibits

  • Recovery to Normal Existence by Kei Ito

    By The Halide Project on September 7, 2021
    Kei Ito's solo show opens September 24th
  • 5th Annual Alternative Process Photography Exhibition at The Image Flow through May 28th

    By The Halide Project on March 29, 2021
    The Image Flow, located in Mill Valley, California, has the 5th Annual Alternative Process Photography Exhibition on view through May 28th. The show includes work by forty-two artists working in historic and alternative processes such as bromoil, carbon transfer, chemigram, cyanotype, gum, lith print, lumen, platinum/palladium, salt printing, vanDyke, wet plate, and more! Please click here for details! Photo credit: […]
  • “Kurt Markus: Dunes, Namibia” on view at Obscura Gallery thru April 3rd

    By The Halide Project on March 26, 2021
    Obscura Gallery, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has Kurt Markus: Dunes, Namibia on view through April 3rd.  The images in the show “celebrate the meditative beauty found in these sensual shapes and forms created by the winds and natural forces ever-changing this unique landscape set within the coastal desert of Namibia.” Please click here to learn more. Photo credit: […]
  • “Parallax/Geography” on view at Maine College of Art thru March 14th

    By The Halide Project on March 8, 2021
    The Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College of Art has Parallax/Geography on view through March 14th.  The exhibition features “the work of four artists whose use of the photographic medium negotiates the slippery retreat of the real from the camera’s eye, reveling in the distance and longing that retreat provides” and includes the work of Sage Lewis who […]
  • “Dawoud Bey: An American Project” is on view at High Museum of Art thru March 14th

    By The Halide Project on March 7, 2021
    If you’re located in Atlanta, Georgia, make sure to visit the High Museum of Art before March 14th to catch the exhibition Dawoud Bey: An American Project.  Featuring work created throughout Bey’s forty-five year career, the exhibition provides “poignant meditations on visibility, race, place, and American history.” Please click here to read more about the artist and exhibition. Photo credit: […]
  • “High Water” by Emily White opens at Candela Gallery on March 5th

    By The Halide Project on March 4, 2021
    Candela Gallery, located in Richmond, Virginia, is hosting an opening reception for Emily White’s exhibition High Water on March 5th from 11am – 5pm.  The debut solo show by White, who is based out of Richmond, features both tintypes and darkroom prints and represents an exploration of “overflowing feelings of home, her southern roots, and her search for refined stillness […]
  • “Photographism” by Irving Penn at Pace Gallery thru March 20th

    By The Halide Project on March 3, 2021
    Pace Gallery, located in New York City, has the exhibition Photographism by Irving Penn on view through March 20th.  The show features work created by Penn over his eight-decade career, arranged into six groups that emphasize the different mediums and movements that inspired the artist. Please click here for more details about Irving Penn and the exhibition. Photo credit: Irving […]
  • “Paul Cupido” on view at Danziger Gallery thru February 27th

    By The Halide Project on February 15, 2021
    Danziger Gallery, located in New York City, has work by Paul Cupido on view through February 27th.  The exhibition features fifty two poetic and versatile prints made by the Dutch photographer. Please click here for more information about the show and artist. Photo credit: Paul Cupido
  • “Return to Riverrun” by John Brook closes at Griffin Museum on February 14th

    By The Halide Project on February 11, 2021
    These are the last few days to catch Return to Riverrun by John Brook at the Griffin Museum of photography, located in Winchester, Massachusetts.  The exhibition is the first major showing of Brook’s work since the 1970s and closes on February 14th. Please click here to learn more about the show and artist. Photo credit: John Brook
  • “Uncertainty” by Brian Buckley on view at ClampArt thru February 20th

    By The Halide Project on January 23, 2021
    ClampArt, located in New York City, has Brian Buckley’s exhibition Uncertainty on view through February 20th.  Combining his interest in the Japanese printing technique Gyotaku and Greek mythology, Uncertainty features photograms of sea creatures created by mixing photo chemistry and water-based paints. Please click here to learn more about the show and the artist. Photo credit: Brian Buckley