EVENTS/PAST/UPCOMING

 
Ted Orland, Domes

Ted Orland, Domes

OPENING RECEPTION
LANDMARK: Yosemite Through the Lens of
Contemporary Landscape Photography
Thursday, December 7, 2017
6 - 8 PM

Please join us Thursday, December 7th from 6 - 8 PM for the opening reception of our exhibition LANDMARK: Yosemite Through the Lens of Contemporary landscape Photography  featuring artists Binh Danh, Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe, Ted Orland, Millee Tibbs, and Jerry Uelsmann.  At the reception, exhibiting artist Millee Tibbs will provide a brief walk-through of her work, and curator Cara Goger will introduce the exhibition.  

You can read more about the exhibition here

 
Left: Jenny Sampson, Skaters: Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders Right: Stephen Albair, False Bloom

Left: Jenny Sampson, Skaters: Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders
Right: Stephen Albair, False Bloom

ARTIST TALK & BOOK SIGNING
Jenny Sampson and Stephen Albair
in conversation with Ann Jastrab and Heather Snider
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
6 – 8 PM

Please join us on Tuesday, December 19th for an evening of artist talks and book signings with photographers Jenny Sampson and Stephen Albair.

For over seven years, San Francisco-based photographer Jenny Sampson has been making tintype portraits of skateboarders in a portable darkroom that she carries to skate parks around California, Oregon, and Washington.  These captivating images of skaters are presented in Sampson’s first monograph Skaters: Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders, which was published by Daylight Books this past October. Jenny Sampson earned a B.A. in Psychobiology in 1991 from Pitzer College and has since dedicated her time to her photographic endeavors, which include wet plate collodion, traditional black and white photography, and commissioned portraits.  She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. When not in the field or the darkroom, she pursues another chemically-related talent -- cooking professionally.

Photographer Stephen Albair has been working in both 2-D and 3-D media for over 40 years.  He is known for his arresting autobiographical imagery that uses tableau photography, in which found objects are arranged with collages and photos, like players on a stage at the moment of action.  Albair will show work from his third book, False Bloom, which highlights his writings in tandem with his photography. His work is in many public and private collections, and he has exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably in Bangkok, Thailand, launching three major exhibitions. Here in the Bay Area, Albair is also known as a college teacher, lecturer, and a visiting artist.