Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sneak Preview



So here it is - the show based on a selection of photographers I had written about on this blog. We hung the show in about 5 hours yesterday and the opening is tonight from 6 to 8. (So any readers in NYC please drop by.) The concept I had in my mind was a lively, chock-a-block installation, where everything has its own place in contrast to everything else, and I feel the space is now bursting with energy. So I'm very happy!









17 comments:

Don said...

I love the last picture, with the dog laying on the floor. Wish I could come, it looks like fun!

The Concrete Commentator said...

looks great.. cant wait to stop by!

Sylvia said...

Wish I was still in NYC...have a great opening!

d. said...

looks fantastic, ill surely stop by.

RubyMel said...

I am enjoying galleries mixing and matching or putting pictures in themes. It does bring a different energy. I WISH I could be there.

douglas said...

On the West coast, so little chance of dropping by for the opening, much as I would like to. Terrific though, to get a taste through your blog. It kind of makes my day here, in the cubicle.

douglas said...

ps Thank you for bringing the work of Patrick Smith to my attention. At first a little confusing as there is another Patrick Smith--photographer--out there on the web, based in Utah. Not to be confused with the Patrick Smith you are showing (Paris).

giggles said...

...very pleasing to my eyes... good luck with the show!

JS said...

nice

Anonymous said...

how much for the dog?

jaydee

craig said...

The photographer of of the female(s) facing away from camera?

Susan said...

Beautiful setup! Wish I didn't live so very far away. :(
Love the pup. :)

Anonymous said...

The photographs of the woman turned away from the camera are by David Schoerner. They are from a series of photographs based on Gerhard Richter's painting "Betty" done in 1988.

David Schoerner is a young photographer living in New York - you can read more about him here http://www.davidschoerner.com/

JadeGreenImage said...

Good Job! - shame I am on the other side of the pond.

Best Wishes

Farah said...

hi, I stopped in last night but was too shy to introduce myself and say I came because I read the blog - but it was a great setup and wonderful work. It was nice to see things you've posted to the blog in large format. I look forward to the next exhibition :-)

Dustyfliint said...

Congratulations! Wonderful...

Letterpress said...

Wish I were there!

Hope the show is a success.