Category Archives: Group Shows

Photographs Off the Wall: Nov. 8 – Dec. 2, 2017

Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White Street, NYC. 11/8 – 12/2/2017.
Reception: Tuesday, November 7, 6 – 8 pm.


Join Soho Photo for an exhibit of handmade books, digital publications, photo card sets, and other photographic objects beyond the traditional matted and framed print hanging on the wall. I will be exhibiting 11 accordion folded prints.

From my artist statement: “These hand-made accordion folded prints are images from my ‘Holgarama’ series. The folding allows for longer imagery than I typically exhibit, as they are each made from a full roll of medium format film, instead of the usual half of a roll. The pictures were shot using a $20 plastic camera (that is no longer made) called the Holga. The long overlapping images are created by only partially advancing the film between exposures – the overlapping occurs in the film itself.”

Each image is about 4 feet wide if forced flat. Fully folded they fit into a clear cigarette box sized package, with a ‘Lucky Strike’ inspired label (just for fun). They can be displayed fanned out on end; the zig-zag creates a piece about 24 inches in width.

Below are the available images:

Available Images

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Below Canal Street: July 5 – 22, 2017

Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White Street, NYC. 7/5 – 7/22/2017.
Reception: Thursday, July 6, 6 – 8 pm.

Group show in the upstairs gallery. I will be exhibiting four of my Instagram images.

Show Statement: “New York City can be divided into familiar areas and for our first, location-based group show we are asking for images made on the streets and shoreline of Manhattan below Canal Street. TriBeCa is our immediate neighborhood, but there is also a wealth of material around Battery Park City, the Financial District, South Street Seaport and the Courts. People, places, small details and large buildings: the only restriction is that the original image was made Below Canal and that the final print speaks to the show’s title.”

Also on exhibit downstairs is Soho Photo’s annual National Competition.

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Street Photography and the Urban Scene
May 20 – June 18, 2017

Davis Orton Gallery, 114 Warren St., Hudson, NY. 5/20 – 6/18/2017.
Reception: Saturday, May 20, 5 – 7 pm.

Four-person show; I’m one of the two Showcase exhibitors. Richard Sandler, William Hellermann, Susan Bowen, and Peter Donahoe. I am exhibiting 12 pieces from the New York Walking series.

Davis Orton Gallery is a charming gallery in the artsy small town of Hudson in upstate New York.

From my statement: “This group of images were shot at busy street corners in New York City, as I like to record the swirl of activity around me. The vantage point is low; I am sitting on the ground with a small tripod and rapidly capturing people as they walk by.”

Davis Orton

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Affordable Photography Fair: May 19 – 22, 2017

Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White Street, NYC, 212-226-8571, 5/19-5/22/2017.
Reception: Friday, May 19, 6 – 8 pm.

I will be participating in Soho Photo’s fourth Affordable Photography Fair, Friday May 19 – Monday May 22, 2017.

All prints in the bins at the rear of the gallery will be priced at $100 each (with sizes up to 16×20). Prints will be matted.

Included are pictures from my “New York Walking” series and a selection of my “Holgarama” prints.

Hours for the Fair are:
Friday: 1pm – 8pm
Saturday: 1pm – 6pm
Sunday: 1pm – 6pm
Monday: 1pm – 6pm

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Street Photography: Athens: January 7 – 20, 2017

Blank Wall Gallery, 55 Fokionos Negri St., Athens, Greece, 1/7 – 1/20/2017.
Reception: January 7, 6 – 8 pm.

I am happy to announce that I will be included in a Blank Wall Gallery exhibition of Street Photography, in Athens Greece.

New York Walking #54985 will be in the exhibition and New York Walking #13038 will be included in the catalog.

Also posted in 2017

LensCulture Street Photography Awards
Top 100 Photographers: Sept. 2016

I am pleased to announce that I have been included in LensCulture‘s list of top 100 photographers in 2016 in the topic of Street Photography.

Click on the image below (New York Walking #54985) to see this image on the LensCulture site and to see the many other wonderful winners.

Also posted in 2016, Awards / Proposals

Art Slope 2016 – PSWT Group Show
Sept. 17 – 25, 2016

PSWT (Park Slope/Windsor Terrace Artists) will have a group show as part of a new art event in Park Slope, Brooklyn, called “Art Slope“. The PSWT exhibit is at 575 Fifth Ave, between 15th & 16th St, Brooklyn.

Check the image below for the hours the show will be open. And click on the “Art Slope” link above for more info on the festival; there will be a lot of art displays and events throughout the neighborhood.

Also posted in 2016

Master Class with Bruce Gilden: Sept. 13 – 16, 2016

I had fun this month attending an Akademie workshop held at the Leica Store in Mayfair London, from Sept 13 – 16, with Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden.

It was an inspiring and entertaining few days with Bruce. Stay tuned for more of my “Walking Pictures”, this time set on Oxford Street, London. Thanks for a fun time Leica and Mr. Gilden.

Also posted in 2016

Call for Bushwick 2016: Candidate, Sept. 2016

I am pleased to be featured as a candidate on the “Call for Bushwick 2016” Facebook page.

Also posted in 2016

Water 2016: October 7 – 29, 2016

Center for Fine Art Photography, 400 North College Ave., Fort Collins, CO. 10/7-10/29/16.
Reception: October 7, 6 – 8 pm.

Raindrops on Car, Red
My piece ‘Raindrops on Car, Red‘ will be included in an exhibit curated by Richard McCabe on the theme of Water. 55 images were selected from a submission of 1,745 entrees.

From the Juror’s statement:

Life on earth is made possible because of water. The surface of the Earth is over 75% water. Human blood is over 90% water. Mankind’s complex and interconnected relationship with water makes for unlimited possibilities for photographic exploration. Water can sustain human life and it can destroy cities. Issues of water rights, droughts, hurricanes, and rising sea levels permeate the headlines.

Water 2016 features many varied and diverse approaches to the visualization of water in contemporary photography.

Water is very photogenic. It can be opaque or translucent, textured or smooth, it can be still or moving; it shimmers and reflects light. Water can be photographed from above and below its surface. Its colors and tonal range change with temperature and light.”

Also posted in 2016