Get Out And See Photos

(Image via Lora Reynolds Gallery)

Check out all the great photography exhibitions happening across the country after the jump…


Los Angeles, CA

Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913 – 2008

Los Angeles County Museum of Art- Hammer Building
October 26, 2008 – March 1, 2009
5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
Open every day but Wednesday
Pay what you wish after 5pm


Seattle, WA

Outta My Light!: Picturing the Process of Photography at Henry Art Gallery

December 5, 2008 – May 3, 2009
University of Washington, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st, Seattle, WA
Open every day but Monday
Admission is $10 for adults (free for students with ID)


Austin, TX

Photography in the Abstract at Lora Reynolds Gallery

January 17 – March 7, 2009
360 Nueces, Suite C, Austin, TX
Open Tues – Sat 11am – 6pm
Admission is free


Chicago, IL

The Eternal Light of Egypt: The Photography of Sarite Sanders

Loyola University Museum of Art
January 31 – May 10, 2009
820 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
Open every day but Monday
Suggested General Admission is $6 (free for children under 14 and students under 25 with ID)


New York, NY

Stephen Shames: Childhood and Youth at Steven Kasher Gallery

January 22 – February 21, 2009
521 West 23rd Street, Second Floor, New York, NY
Open Tues – Sat 11am – 6pm
Admission is free


2 Responses to “Get Out And See Photos”

  1. Hi, Allison –

    Would you please post our latest photographic exhibit, “CLOSE-UP/HEADS-UP” on your “Get out and see photos” webpage? Here’s the info and I’m happy to e-mail you photos from the exhibit for the Digital Photographer website:

    Microphotographs by Jan Hinsch
    Telephotographs by Dexter Lane

    ARTSECHO GALLERIA, UNION CITY, NJ (7 minutes from midtown Manhattan)

    Microscope lenses reveal a miniature universe within crystals. Telephoto lenses capture architectural treasures atop NYC’s skyscrapers. These differing eye views are the focus of CLOSE-UP/HEADS-UP, a captivating photographic exhibit featuring works by Jan Hinsch and Dexter Lane that opens Sunday, April 26th at 3 pm at ArtsEcho Galleria.

    Fifty years of photographing minerals, plants, and living things through the light microscope have made Jan Hinsch a leader in his field. In sharing his esthetic sense of wonder at these remarkable worlds within worlds, Hinsch has emerged as both an artist and teacher for fellow scientists and photographers. His breathtaking images of rainbow-hued crystal structures caught through the microscope will open viewers’ eyes to the great within the small.

    From close-up to heads-up, Dexter Lane’s “Heads-Up New York” photographs uncover the extraordinary ornamentation decorating the Big Apple’s lofty buildings. “My intention is to bring what’s up, down,” says Lane. “I enjoy revealing this diversity of NYC’s beauty that is hidden in plain sight.”

    ArtsEcho Galleria – Hudson County’s new arts rendezvous – is located at 3809 Park Avenue (bet. 38th & 39th Streets, across from Weehawken’s Pathmark parking lot) in Union City, NJ. Call (201) 617-8585 for more information. All proceeds go to ArtsEcho, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the arts and the artists who create them.

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