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Opening: July 10, 2018: Social Photography VI / Carriage Trade, NYC

Social Photography VI is now open!

I have contributed a photograph to Carriage Trade's sixth benefit exhibition which meditates on the ubiquitous use of cell phone photography and its connection to the art community. Come view this immersive exhibition in situ, a precise grid of images installed on two facing walls in the gallery.

"While Instagram tends to emphasize the medium's social utility, carriage trade's Social Photography exhibitions have tracked an alternate course, inviting participants and viewers to encounter these images in a format free of peer-generated tallies, while offering the option of a sustained look afforded by a gallery setting."

All photographs can be viewed and purchased online:
https://socialphotography.carriagetrade.org/

carriage trade, 277 Grand St, 2nd Fl. , New York, NY 10002

Lisa Blas, Table(au), detail, 2018

Opening July 11, 2017: Social Photography V / Carriage Trade, NYC

Join us tonight for the opening of "Social Photography V" at Carriage Trade, a non-profit art organization in the Lower East Side. The exhibition will be on view July 11 - August 12, 2017.

I have contributed a photograph along with many others in the art community to support future programming at the gallery. My work, and all other works in the exhibition can be viewed and purchased online:

Hope to see you there!
Carriage Trade
Opening: 6 - 9 pm
277 Grand St, 2nd FL
New York, NY 10002
718-483-0815

https://socialphotography.carriagetrade.org/

Opening January 12, 2017: Emergency Eyewash / Tanja Grunert Gallery

Emergency Eyewash (Carol Szymanski and Barry Schwabsky) with Lisa Blas, Judith Goldman, Siv Støldal, Tyrone Williams, and John Yau

January 12 – February 18, 2017
Tanja Grunert
524 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011

Tanja Grunert is pleased to present the exhibition debut of Emergency Eyewash, a conceptual “label” conceived by Carol Szymanski and Barry Schwabsky as a vehicle for collaborations using texts, imagery, and objects. In particular, Emergency Eyewash aims to open up space for language arts outside the medium of the book and the computer screen.

Full press release and installation images here:
Artpress: "Emergency Eyewash"

Emergency Eyewash With Siv Støldal, Untitled (Bee Ranger), text by John Yau, fabric unique, 2017

Lisa Blas / Tanja Grunert gallery / January 2017 / New York
Photography: Stan Narten

Lisa Blas / Tanja Grunert gallery / January 2017 / New York
Photography: Stan Narten

Lisa Blas / Tanja Grunert gallery / January 2017 / New York
Photography: Stan Narten