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I am currently working on a project with an exceptional group of artist. The show opens April 20th. I will post more details about the project/show soon.

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In the last year The Library of Congress has published much of their photography collection online. You can spend days looking through the images, and if you wish to make a print they offer high resolution files. The Library of Congress has now gone a step further by posting two of their most popular archives on Flickr. The links to both are listed below.

FSA/OWI Color Collection

These vivid color photos from the Great Depression and World War II capture an era generally seen only in black-and-white. Photographers working for the United States Farm Security Administration (FSA) and later the Office of War Information (OWI) created the images between 1939 and 1944.

News in the 1910s

This selected set of 1,500 photographs is from a large collection of almost 40,000 glass negatives. The entire collection spans 1900-1920 and richly documents sports events, theater, celebrities, crime, strikes, disasters, and political activities, with a special emphasis on life in New York City.

Humble Arts Foundation and Mark Batty Publisher announce “A Field Guide to the North American Family: The Exhibition.” Keeping with the collaborative, multi-media nature of the book, Mark Batty Publisher is proud to partner with Humble Arts Foundation, a not-for-profit that seeks to advance the careers of emerging fine art photographers by providing grants and exhibition opportunities.
Together, with the help of all the participating photographers, the Field Guide Exhibition showcases some of the freshest and most focused photographers working today, including Amy Elkins, Jonathan Gitelson, Jason Lazarus, Matt Nighswander, Tema Stauffer, Alana Celii, Alexis Pike, Ben Huff, Brandon Sorg, Brian Sorg, Catherine Gass, Chris Eichler, Christopher Salyers, Christy Karpinski, Colleen Plumb, Consider Vosu, Elizabeth Fleming, Grant Willing, Hans Gindlesberger, Jason Curtis, Jason Falchook, Jennifer Greenburg, Jessica Bruah, JJ Sulin, John Putnam, Kara Canal, Kevin Sisemore, Liz Kuball, Matthew Schenning, Maury Gortemiller, Michael Kwiecinski, Nicholas Meyer, Rebecca Blume Rothman, Sandy Carson, Shane Lavalette, Shawn Records, Stacy Arezou Mehrfar and Timothy Briner.

On view: December 6, 2007 – January 2, 2008
Gallery Bar
120 Orchard Street
New York, New York

Gallery hours:
Monday – Friday, 1 – 6 pm