ROLFE HORN: EXPLORATIONS
June 23 - Septebmer 9, 2018
New works from Horn's travels to Cuba, Hawaii and Belgium.
Three Photowalk evenings are scheduled for 2018: May 19, July 21 and September 15. Explore Carmel’s prestigious photography galleries and view some of the best in vintage and contemporary imagery anywhere. Find a Photowalk Carmel map at any participating gallery and visit four or more galleries to become eligible to win a selection of prizes such as original photographs, books, wine tastings and more! Participating galleries include Center for Photographic Art, Weston Gallery, Gallery Sur, Photography West Gallery, Robert Knight Gallery, Robin Winfield Gallery, Oficino Uno, and Exposed.
RALPH GIBSON: BODY PARTS
April 14 - June 10, 2018
Having begun his acclaimed photographic career as an apprentice to the great documentarians Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank, Ralph Gibson is known for his highly distinctive vision in still photography. By intensifying contrast and emphasizing the grain of the film in his prints, Gibson concentrates on the minute details: the edge of a café table, the arc of a hip, the glint of a fork. Gibson’s works are both formally vigorous and eternally evocative. His photographs are in major private and public collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Bibliotheque Nationale.
FIRE & WATER
January 20 - April 1, 2018
A group exhibition featuring works by Ansel Adams, Ernst Haas, Bob Kolbrener, Roman Loranc, Rolfe Horn, Dale Johnson, Carol Henry, Kenneth Park, Ryuijie, Chip Hooper, Debra Achen, Kodiak Greenwood, Jake B. Pereles and William Neill.
BRETT WESTON: ABSTRACTIONS
Brett Weston may be said to be the first successful artistic heir in the history of photography. The son of Edward Weston, Brett was taught the basics of photography by his father at the young age of fourteen, and set out on his own from that point on. At sixteen he had his first one-man show, and received international recognition at eighteen when a score of his photographs were displayed in the legendary “Film und Foto” exhibition of 1929 in Stuttgart. By the age of twenty, his photographs were on view in major shows in the US, Europe, and Japan. Since then, Weston’s photographs have been featured in hundreds of exhibitions around the world, and are staples in the collections of leading museums and galleries including the Getty Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Art Institute of Chicago, George Eastman House, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Amon Carter Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian American Art Museum among others. Concerned with the elemental mass of forms, he is known for his great abstractions; he is also generally acknowledged as one of the finest printers in the medium.
MICHAEL KENNA ~ Abruzzo & Confessionali
August 12 - October 15, 2017
Michael Kenna's most recent body of work focuses on the area of Abruzzo, Italy. His work has often been described as enigmatic, graceful, or hauntingly beautiful. Born in England, and currently living in Seattle, Washington, Kenna has consistently produced a highly compelling body of work on varied subjects, often photographing at dawn or in the dark hours of night with exposures up to 10 hours.
CLASSIC PORTRAITS BY YOUSUF KARSH & BOB SADLER
June 17, 2017 - August 6, 2017
STRANGE THINGS: WORKS BY MAGGIE TAYLOR
March 18 - June 11, 2017
Maggie’s tools are a flatbed scanner, a small digital camera and a computer. Her materials are found at flea markets and garage sales. Her inspiration often comes from the objects and old photographs she collects, mingled with her own dreams and memories. These images are open to interpretation by the viewer and they are meant to be both playful and disturbing. The finished limited-edition prints are made on an Iris inkjet printer on a slightly textured matte paper.
YOSHIMITSU NAGASAKA & RYUIJIE
January 21 - March 12, 2017
Yoshimitsu Nagasaka was born in Wakayama, Japan in 1948. Since 1970, he has been photographing Mt. Koyasan, his birthplace, and pursues culture and religion as his subject. He has exhibited his works in many solo and group shows.
Ryuijie has steadfastly pursued his own photographic vision for over thirty years, and has acquired a reputation for his exquisite platinum/palladium prints, in addition to his traditional black and white work. An exceptionally prolific artist, Ryuijie’s career has been highlighted by a multitude of exhibitions.
ROBERT FRANK POP-UP
We're a proud partner with the UC Berkeley Graduate School, Steidl, Steve Tisch Foundation, Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Taube Philanthropies! Weekend of February 17th, 2017.
NIGHT VISION: Photographing in the Dark
November 12 - January 8, 2017
Featured works by: Berenice Abbott, Wynn Bullock, Mark Citret, Harold Davis, Robert Frank, Ernst Haas, Chip Hooper, Rolfe Horn, Dale Johnson, Robb Johnson, Michael Kenna, André Kertész, Bob Kolbrener, Paul Kozal, Sally Mann, Jerry Uelsmann
September 17 - November 6, 2016
Color, abstract seascapes by Dale Johnson, the majority of which were made locally in the Carmel area.
Chip Hooper: California's Pacific 2nd Set
July 16 - September 11, 2016
In celebration of the life & memory of Chip Hooper.
Signs of Life: Worlds Apart
March 26 - June 5, 2016
Works by Richard Murai
Classic Images by Ansel Adams
January 23 - March 20, 2016
Featuring classic and iconic works by the master photographer Ansel Adams including Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, Aspens, Northern New Mexico, Winter Sunrise, Sierra Nevada from Lone Pine and Monolith, The Face of Half Dome.
BLOOM: FLORAL STUDIES
November 28, 2015 - January 17, 2016
Featuring works by: Ansel Adams, Charles Aubry, Ruth Bernhard, Paul Coghlin, Mariana Cook, Imogen Cunningham, Rod Dresser, Carol Henry, Dale Johnson, Michael Kenna, W. Jentzsch, Robert Mapplethorpe, Diane Rosenblum, Ryuijie, Paul Strand, Josef Sudek, Brett Weston, Cara Weston and Cole Weston
September 19 - November 15, 2015
Color photographs by William Neill from his recent travels to Antarctica.
July 18 - September 13, 2015
Featuring works by: Edward Weston, Nick Brandt, Berenice Abbott, Paul Coghlin, Douglas Steakley, Paul Caponigro, Cole Weston, Ryuijie, Robb Johnson, Maggie Taylor, Paul Kozal, Michael Kenna, Roger Fenton, Wynn Bullock, Kenneth Parker, Mariana Cook, Chip Hooper and Irving Penn.
Stay tuned for more of our exhibition history.