• “Rachel Portesi: Hair Portraits” at Brattleboro Museum thru February 14th

    By The Halide Project on January 5, 2021
    The Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, located in Vermont, has the exhibition Rachel Portesi: Hair Portraits on view through February 14th.  The exhibition features tintype images of women’s hair styled into ornate sculptures and explores issues of ethnicity, social class, gender, mythology, politics, and more. Please click here for more information on the exhibition and the artist. Photo credit: Rachel […]
  • “The Subtle Power of Photographs” at the Taubman Museum thru January 10th

    By The Halide Project on December 19, 2020
    The Taubman Museum, located in Roanoke, Virginia, has an exhibition called The Subtle Power of Photographs: A Private Collection on view through January 10th.  The collection, belonging to Walter and Sally Rugaber, traces the history of photography from the mid-19th century through the 1960s Civil Rights era and beyond and highlights the interconnectedness within that history. Please click here for […]
  • “Where Raves Cry” by Jakob De Boer closest at Marshall Contemporary tomorrow!

    By The Halide Project on December 11, 2020
    Although Jakob De Boer’s exhibition Where Raves Cry closes at Marshall Contemporary in Santa Monica, California tomorrow, it can still be viewed online! Please click here to view the work online and find more information about the artist and gallery. Photo credit: Jakob De Boers
  • “The Right To Herself” on view in Fort Collins, CO thru December 12th

    By The Halide Project on November 11, 2020
    The Center for Fine Art Photography, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, has the exhibition The Right To Herself on view through November 28th at the Lincoln Center Gallery and through December 12th at the Clara Hatton Gallery at Colorado State University.  The show “examines the complexities of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment.” Please click here […]
  • “Particle, Rupture, Synthesis” by Anne Arden McDonald at CPW thru October 31st

    By The Halide Project on October 20, 2020
    The Center for Photography at Woodstock, in upstate New York, has Particle, Rupture, Synthesis by artist Anne Arden McDonald on view through the end of the month.  The exhibition features earlier performative self-portraits and recent unique, camera-less images and will be held both virtually and in-person.  Arden McDonald is one of the artists slated for THP’s spring invitational exhibition Convergence, […]
  • Click! Photo Festival this weekend and throughout October!

    By The Halide Project on October 12, 2020
    The Click! Photography Festival will be hosting Click! 120 – the festival’s long weekend of concentrated programming – this coming weekend.  Much of it will be held virtually, including keynote talks by Emmet Gowin and Mark Osterman,  panel discussions “Photography While Black” and Alternative and Legacy Processes, a talk by PIC grant recipient Will Warasila, and much, much more. Please […]
  • “Alone in Paris in the Summertime” by Bronwyn Layla closes at Studio One Toi Tu on October 21st

    By The Halide Project on October 10, 2020
    If you happen to be in Auckland, head over to Studio One Toi Tu in Ponsonby on October 21st at 5pm to attend the closing reception for Bronwyn Layla’s exhibition Alone in Paris in the Summertime.  Shot on 35mm film and treated with various chemicals, Layla’s images capture her first visit to the city and asks viewers to consider how […]
  • “(Un)Objectively” by Rachelle Bussieres on view at Penumbra thru October 12th

    By The Halide Project on October 1, 2020
    Penumbra Foundation, located in New York City, has (Un)Objectively by Rachelle Bussieres on view through October 12th.  Bussiere’s lumen prints “track the subtle but precise movement of assembled objects, light sources, and even the artist’s hand.” Viewing is by appointment only.  Please click here for more information on the artist and show, including how to make a appointment. Photo credit: […]
  • “Diane Arbus 1956 – 1971” in Toronto thru November 8th

    By The Halide Project on September 23, 2020
    As part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival, the Art Gallery of Ontario will be showing Diane Arbus Photographs: 1956 – 1971 through November 8th.  The exhibition features 150 images donated to the gallery and represents the first showing of Arbus’s groundbreaking work in Canada in nearly three decades. Click here for more details. Photo credit: Diane Arbus
  • Alejandro Cartegena’s “Photo Structure/Foto Estructura” online at the Eastman Museum

    By The Halide Project on June 23, 2020
    The Eastman Museum is offering online viewing of Alejandro Cartegena’s exhibition Photo Structure/Foto Estructura.  Working with discarded photographs sourced from landfills, Cartegena removes faces, figures, or other details using a sharp blade, revealing that “crucial aspects of an image are both central and incidental to our ability to understand the works.” Please click here to view the online exhibition and […]