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PORTLAND, Maine – The Portland Museum of Art is showing Drawn to the Light: 50 Years of Photography at Maine Media Workshops + College through September 10.
CINCINNATI – Hindman will present two days of manuscripts, archives, early photography and artifacts spanning the entirety of American history in its June 15-16 American Historical Ephemera & Photography auction. The June 15 session will focus on American conflicts including the Civil War and Indian Wars, as well as African Americana and early photography, while the second day is devoted to politics, Native American history and the settling of the American West. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
PORTLAND, Maine – The Portland Museum of Art has unveiled Presence: The Photography Collection of Judy Glickman Lauder. It will remain on display through January 15.
REDLANDS, Calif. – As governments and private entities fast-track their goal to explore and colonize space, interest in images documenting the earliest days of space exploration has increased by leaps and bounds. A rare opportunity to acquire 1960s/’70s NASA photos and prints of Apollo astronauts working on the Moon, ultraviolet shots of Earth from the Moon, and shots of the Moon’s terrain itself, will take place on December 1 as Redlands Antique Auction sells a collection that has been quietly stored and unpublicized for 40 years. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.
NEW YORK – If you haven’t heard of Brad Walls, just wait. You will. For the past few years, the 30-year-old aerial photographer from Australia has been charting new territory in visual art, fusing drone technology with an astonishing talent for composition.
DETROIT – On view now through January 8, 2023, the Detroit Institute of Arts presents the photography exhibition Conscious Response: Photographers Changing the Way We See. It explores the history of visual storytelling and image-making through the eyes of more than 25 artists who have used photography to record and reflect upon human experiences that impact the work they make and our perceptions of the world.
BERKELEY, Calif. – On Thursday, July 28, PBA Galleries will host Part II of the Jack and Beverly Waltman Collection of Photography and Art with Additions. The nearly 450 lots feature photographers of the legendary Group f/64, including Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Ansel Adams, Peter Stackpole, Brett Weston and Sonya Noskowiak. Also represented are several notable photographers of the next generation, including John Sexton, Morley Baer and Jerry Uelsmann. Complementing the Waltman collection are several exquisite prints and artists’ books, including work by Robert Motherwell, the artists of the Berlin Secession and George Grosz. A poster collection featuring work by David Lance Goines and the Bay Area rock poster artists of the 1960s rounds out the sale. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.