Reviews from 2018

BBC News

BBC News

Three photographers are exhibiting work that confronts the way African-Americans are often perceived in art, the workplace, and through their physical appearance. Read More

CBS Chicago

CBS Chicago

A new art exhibit in Chicago asks a provocative question: How do you see me? Read More

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

“How do you see me?” That’s the question Catherine Edelman Gallery asks in the name of its season opener, a rally of three photographers whose work examines perceptions of blackness in artistic legacies, the workplace and physical aesthetics. Read More

Huck Magazine

Huck Magazine

Three photographers tackle the idea of representation in the US, Africa and Europe for new exhibition, How Do You See Me? Read More

PDN Online Photo of the Day

Photo District News

Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago will open the fall season with How do you see me, an exhibition featuring three women who confront the way African Americans are perceived in art, the work place, and through their physical appearance. Read More

Lenscratch

Lenscratch

You can see Alanna speaking about this body of work in a documentary produced by Barbarella and David Fokos of The Artist Odyssey. In addition, Alanna has an upcoming show at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago from September 7 — October 27, 2018. Read More

Atlas Obscura

Atlas Obscura

The photographer Francesco Pergolesi grew up in the town of Spoleto, in central Italy. It’s a place of Roman ruins and churches, surrounded by rolling green hills, the type of community where you might greet the greengrocer or cobbler by name. That was, at least, Pergolesi’s childhood experience. Read More

British GQ

British GQ

GQ presents a sneak peek of the Photo London fair, taking place from 17 - 20 May at London’s Somerset House. This is the first time that Michael Koerner’s work has been exhibited outside the US. Read More

The Guardian

The Guardian

Clarissa Bonet uses her smartphone to capture interactions between people, light and architecture, then returns to recreate the images using models. The results are lavish artworks that appear to be chance snapshots Read More

PDN Online

Photo District News

While it may be convenient, online commerce has cast aside the human connections that revolve around small business. This economic and cultural shift and the desire to preserve the memory of small businesses, if not the businesses themselves, inspired Francesco Pergolesi’s “Heroes” and “Tableaux”—two distinct, yet intertwined photographic essays showing this month at Chicago’s Catherine Edelman Gallery. Read More

L'Oeil de la Photographie

L'Oeil de la Photographie

Francesco Pergolesi was raised in Spoleto, an Italian village filled with artisan shops and small businesses. Read More

Photograph

Photograph Magazine

Italian photographer Francesco Pergolesi has focused on those who resist the ease of convenience in favor of a commitment to traditional work. Read More

Chicago Magazine

Chicago Magazine

Beer Under Glass in the Garfield Park Conservatory, Chicago’s finest food trucks at Lincoln Park Zoo, Macbeth at Chicago Shakes, and more. Read More

Don't Take Pictures

Don't Take Pictures

The AIPAD Photography Show ends today and Don’t Take Pictures readers should make sure to view these five contemporary works. Read More

ARTnews

ARTnews

Every year in April, photography dealers from around the world descend on New York for the Photography Show, bringing with them a cornucopia of photography and photo-based work, from salt prints to digital pieces. As usual, the fair, which runs through Sunday, did not disappoint. Organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, and now in its 38th edition, it is being held at Pier 94 for the second year (it had previously been held uptown, at the Park Avenue Armory), and some of the 96 exhibitors were still adjusting to the new location. Read More

Windy City Times

Windy City Times

Kathleen Gerber and Lori Nix are in the business of photographic illusions. While their cityscapes and interiors appear realistic, if improbable, they're the result of careful miniature model-making, elaborate staging, and painstaking photography, techniques the two life partners have been perfecting over the past 16 years. Read More

Time Out Chicago

Time Out Chicago

Spring is almost here, and it's bringing a bounty of interesting art exhibitions with it. Read More

L'Oeil de la Photographie

L'Oeil de la Photographie

For more than 12 years, Elizabeth Ernst has created art about the people and entertainers affiliated with the G.E. Circus, a small family owned circus of aging performers. Read More

This Is Colossal

Colossal

Nix and Gerber’s new scenes move away from a focus on water-damaged and rusty interiors to explore broad outdoor environments recently devoid of civilization. Scaffolding and bridges crumble as plants begin to poke back through cement cracks, subtle hints that nature has begun to reclaim its land. Read More

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

In “Shady Grove Nursing Home,” her third solo show at Catherine Edelman Gallery, Ernst brings in issues of aging and shows how several of the G.E. Circus performers navigate retirement, fragility and fading memories. Read More

Huffington Post

Huffington Post

PBM+C is again returning to the center of downtown West Palm Beach, a city where a long history of championing fine art, illustration, crafts and photography expands each year. Visual artists and art enthusiasts have intertwined themselves with the island due to its supportive environment. Read More

Palm Beach Daily News

Palm Beach Daily News

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary’s second edition will be bigger and better. So said organizer Nick Korniloff, whose company’s stable includes Art Miami and Art Miami Context. Read More