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Sophie T. Lvoff, Carrollton Avenue

Sophie T. Lvoff, Carrollton Avenue

Sophie T. Lvoff

Carrollton Avenue ,
New Orleans, 2011
From the Hell’s Bells / Sulfur / Honey series
Website – SophieLvoff.com

Sophie T. Lvoff was born in 1986 in New York and received her BFA in photography and imaging, and philosophy from New York University. Exhibitions of her photographs have been shown in galleries and museums in the United States and Europe, including Institut d'Art Contemporain in Villeurbanne, France; Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland; The Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans; Grand Central Terminal in New York; the Aperture Foundation in New York; Art Miami; and Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans. Lvoff has also curated a number of group exhibitions in New York and New Orleans. She is a member of Good Children Gallery, a collective gallery in New Orleans that is currently participating in St. Claude Satellites, a satellite exhibition program during Prospect.2. She is an MFA candidate in Studio Arts at Tulane University.

Sophie T. Lvoff, Constance and Delachaise

Sophie T. Lvoff, Constance and Delachaise

Sophie T. Lvoff

Constance and Delachaise,
New Orleans, 2011
From the Hell’s Bells / Sulfur / Honey series
Website – SophieLvoff.com

Sophie T. Lvoff was born in 1986 in New York and received her BFA in photography and imaging, and philosophy from New York University. Exhibitions of her photographs have been shown in galleries and museums in the United States and Europe, including Institut d'Art Contemporain in Villeurbanne, France; Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland; The Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans; Grand Central Terminal in New York; the Aperture Foundation in New York; Art Miami; and Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans. Lvoff has also curated a number of group exhibitions in New York and New Orleans. She is a member of Good Children Gallery, a collective gallery in New Orleans that is currently participating in St. Claude Satellites, a satellite exhibition program during Prospect.2. She is an MFA candidate in Studio Arts at Tulane University.

Sophie T. Lvoff, Constance and Delachaise

Sophie T. Lvoff, Constance and Delachaise

Sophie T. Lvoff

Constance and Delachaise,
New Orleans, 2011
From the Hell’s Bells / Sulfur / Honey series
Website – SophieLvoff.com

Sophie T. Lvoff was born in 1986 in New York and received her BFA in photography and imaging, and philosophy from New York University. Exhibitions of her photographs have been shown in galleries and museums in the United States and Europe, including Institut d'Art Contemporain in Villeurbanne, France; Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland; The Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans; Grand Central Terminal in New York; the Aperture Foundation in New York; Art Miami; and Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans. Lvoff has also curated a number of group exhibitions in New York and New Orleans. She is a member of Good Children Gallery, a collective gallery in New Orleans that is currently participating in St. Claude Satellites, a satellite exhibition program during Prospect.2. She is an MFA candidate in Studio Arts at Tulane University.

The Artists from The Unseen Eye

On Monday, December 19th, Aperture presents a special celebration for The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious by W. M. Hunt. Featured photographers will present their images and stories from the book, and share their experiences on the relationship between the artist and the collector. Artists include: Elinor Carucci, Phyllis Galembo, Luis Mallo, Gary Schneider, Gerald Slota, Frank Yamrus, and Fred Weber. Led by W. M. Hunt. Followed by a book signing.

W. M. Hunt is a frequent lecturer on the art of collecting and an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts, New York. An earlier exhibition of his collection launched to critical acclaim at the Rencontres d’Arles Photographie in 2005 before traveling to the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland, and FOAM, Amsterdam.
Another book signing with W.M. Hunt will also take place at ICP on Thursday, December 22!

New Video: Kalle Kataila from reGeneration2

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In this clip, Finnish photographer Kalle Kataila explains the importance of contemplating the world today, facing the changes that man has made on the landscape. evans automotive . Kataila portrays his subjects alone in a wild or urban landscape, emphasizing the power of the environment, and the littleness of the human.

ReGeneration2: tomorrows photographers today exhibition and accompanying publication, was presented by Aperture Foundation from January 20 through March 17, 2011, in collaboration with the Muse de lElyse in Lausanne, Switzerland, and with the support of Pro Helvetia and the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York.

Click here to purchase the accompanying publication regeneration2: Tomorrow’s Photographers Today

New Video: Simone Rosenbauer from reGeneration2

In this clip, photographer Simone Rosenbauer speaks about her Small Museums in Australia project documenting the collections and people behind these town museums.

reGeneration2: tomorrow’s photographers today exhibition is now on view at the Centro de las Artes in Monterrey, Mexico through July 17.

Following the worldwide critical acclaim of the book and exhibition reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow in 2005, a breakthrough publication for artists such as Pieter Hugo or Nathalie Czech, Aperture Foundation and Musée de l’Élysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, have collaborated on a new edition. This second volume and exhibition–the broadest survey of its kind–features the works of eighty up-and-coming photographers selected from 120 of the world’s top photography schools.

Click here to purchase the accompanying publication of reGeneration2: Tomorrow Photographer’s Today

New Video: Yann Amstutz from reGeneration2

In this interview, Swiss photographer Yann Amstutz presents the spirit of his work inspired by his observation of nature that he then conveys through cinematic scenes. Amstutz contructs images and narratives that question the reality of the environments created. 

reGeneration2: tomorrow’s photographers today exhibition and accompanying publication, is presented by Aperture Foundation from January 20 through March 17, 2011, in collaboration with the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, and with the support of Pro Helvetia and the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York.

Click here to purchase the accompanying publication of reGeneration2: tomorrow Photographer’s Today

Don’t miss reGeneration2 at Aperture Gallery, closing later  today Thursday, March 17

New Video: Tehila Cohen from reGeneration2

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In this interview, photographer Tehila Cohen explains how she involves her family in her work to reveal the identity of an Israeli family through spontaneous actions from the subjects and their environment.

reGeneration2: tomorrow’s photographers today exhibition and accompanying publication, is presented by Aperture Foundation from January 20 through March 17, 2011, in collaboration with the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, and with the support of Pro Helvetia and the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York.

Following the worldwide critical acclaim of the book and exhibition reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow in 2005, a breakthrough publication for artists such as Pieter Hugo or Nathalie Czech, Aperture Foundation and Musée de l’Élysée in Lausanne, Switzerland, have collaborated on a new edition. This second volume and exhibitionâ€the broadest survey of its kindâ€features the works of eighty up-and-coming photographers selected from 120 of the world’s top photography schools.

Click here to view and purchase the reGeneration2: tomorrow’s photographers today book