Frank Gohlke, Mark Klett and Michael Berman.
January 18 – March 14, 2020
Land Re-Form brings together the work of photographers Frank Gohlke, Mark Klett, and Michael Berman for the first time. These photographers share an interest in investigating the fluid and changing dynamics in the relationship between human endeavor and the natural world through the landscape.
As Gohlke says, “Landscape is the biggest cultural artifact that any culture creates.”
Gohlke’s photographs of the aftermath of the Mount St. Helens earthquake (celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020); Klett’s images of the Southwest from the series Revealing Territory, and Berman’s gridded images of the Sierra San Luis from his new project Perdido, narrate the story of the human presence and its impact on the land. Photographs by Michael Mulno from his series Residential Variations will be on display in the gallery pop-up.
Land Re-Form opens with a reception and book signing, 7-10pm, Saturday, January 18, 2020, and runs through March 14, 2020. For more information contact Daphne Srinivasan at Etherton Gallery (520) 624-7370 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paris Photo New York
Joel-Peter Witkin: Icons
Etherton Gallery joins forces with Paris gallery Baudoin Lebon, to present the largest collection of Joel-Peter Witkin photographs ever shown in Joel-Peter Witkin: Icons. Located in Booth E9, the joint exhibition spans the breadth of Witkin’s career, highlighting rare and sold out images, preparatory studies, and new work that will debut at Paris Photo New York.
Go Figure: Jack Balas, Titus Castanza, Holly Roberts, and Robert Wilson, with Benjamin M Johnson
Three artists use the figure in painting, collage and mixed media to narrate their own stories, which upon reflection turn out to be ours too. Sculpture by Robert Wilson. Paintings by Benjamin M Johnson in the gallery pop-up.
The Architecture of Peace: Michael O’Neill
Michael O’Neill investigates the history of Yoga and its contemporary global impact in 200 photographs.
About the gallery:
Since 1981, Etherton Gallery has showcased the icons of the history of photography as well as the contemporary artists changing its course. Our exhibitions highlight the most important figures in the history of the medium and we remain dedicated to making great works of photography accessible to novices and experienced collectors alike.