Now On View
Experimental Approaches: Part II
Exhibition on view: March 16th - April 28th, 2018
Reception: Friday, March 16th, 5-7:30pm
Schneider Gallery is pleased to showcase the second part to our two-part group exhibition of experimental photography. Part II features work by Alison Carey, Doug Fogelson, Bryan Hiott and Accra Shepp. The artists in this exhibition explore a diverse scope of approaches to photography, employing non-traditional materials and historical processes.
Alison Carey’s photographic constructs are influenced by biology and paleontology, natural history, and the geology of our earth and moon. Her series, In Memoriam, re-contextualizes taxidermied creatures from the Field Museum of Natural History by placing them into newly constructed dioramas. The photographs are a homage to these animals for their contribution to scientific study and for serving their afterlives as specimens on public display.
The photographs in Doug Fogelson’s series Chemical Alterations explore the natural world and the impact of climate change, ecocide and extinction by directly altering the film’s surface with industrial chemicals. The destruction of the image symbolically points to humankind’s relationship to the environment while also referencing the photographic medium itself.
Bryan Hiott’s wet plate collodion portraits create moments of stillness in which the subject reveals something beyond surface appearance. To sit for a portrait in this process is to engage in a dialogue between the present and the past, between what is hidden and what is revealed.
In his new body of work inspired by a residency in Italy, Accra Shepp explores the relationship between the past and present through two and three panel contact prints using the cyanotype process. Dating back to the 1840’s, the cyanotype’s signature intense blue forces a shift in how we understand the images while simultaneously linking us to our past.
Exhibition Dates: May 4th - June 30th, 2018
Opening Reception: May 4th, 5 - 7:30pm
Schneider Gallery is pleased to announce our upcoming Spring Showcase. For the last 30 years Schneider Gallery has prided itself on not only the quality of work but the diverse range of contemporary photography we exhibit. We have had the pleasure of showing artists from all over the world, and would like to take this opportunity to display work from some of the artists we have been fortunate enough to work with. Our Spring Showcase features work by many of our artists including Lalla Essaydi, Marina Font, Patrick Nagatani, Chen Nong, Tatiana Parcero, Luis Gonzalez Palma, and Ian Van Coller.
Experimental Approaches: Part I: January 5th - March 3rd, 2018
David Hilliard: Regarding Others: November 3 - December 30, 2017
Universus by Tatiana Parcero: September 1 – October 28
30th Anniversary Show: July 7 – August 26th
Kilimanjaro: The Last Glacier by Ian van Coller: May 5 - July 1, 2017
Anonymous Women by Patty Carroll: March 3 - April 29, 2017
Schneider Gallery Winter Showcase: January 6 - February 25, 2017
Juan Jose Barboza-Bubo & Andrew Mroczek: Virgens de la Puerta: November 4 - December 30th, 2016
Laura Stevens: Another November: September 2nd - October 29th, 2016
Schneider's Summer Showcase: August 5th - 30th, 2016
Reconstructing The Portrait: K.K. DePaul and Liz Steketee: June 3rd - July 30th 2016
Frances F. Denny: Let Virtue Be Your Guide: April 1st - May 31st 2016
The Image Underneath: Mel Keiser,Krista Wortendyke,Diane Meyer:January 29th-March 29th 2016
Lynn Saville: Dark City : October 2nd-November 28th 2015
Melissa Ann Pinney: A Selection Of Images From the Series Two: September 5th-29th 2015
Mathew Bender: Tracing Like Fingers : June 4th - August 31st 2015
Justin Nolan: Stages of Persuasion : June 4th - August 31st 2015
Schneider Gallery's Showcase: A selection of artwork from our Artists:April 9th-June 3rd 2015
A group exhibition of gallery Artists : February 6th - April 7th 2015