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Stella Johnson
Congratulations to Stella Johnson who is one of 13 finalists for the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship. The finalists' work is currently being exhibited at the New Art Center in Newtonville, MA on view through March 23rd. Featuring her recent work made in Greece, Johnson spoke about the series to ArtSake blog, which can be read here.

Johnson's series Al Sol, featuring images from Mexico, Cameroon and Nicaragua, and be seen on the Photographer's Showcase

Jon Naiman

Work from Jon Naiman's Familiar Territory series is currently on view in the exhibition Deceptor at FIFI Projects in Mexico City open through March 28th.
Naiman's striking images of livestock inside the domestic spaces of the people who care for them were shot in rural and urban areas in Switzerland, and explore the divisions between man and animal.

Familiar Territory was also published as a book from Editions Patrick Frey. Purchase a copy here.

Read the photo-eye Blog interview with Naiman

View Familiar Territory on the Photographer's Showcase

Tatiana, 2005 - Lydia Panas
Opening on February 20th, Lydia Panas' work will be featured in the exhibition Humankind at the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA with a reception on February 21st and a panel discussion and book signing on March 19th.

The Mark of Abel has been published by Kehrer Verlag and can be purchased here. Read Faye Robson's review here.

Read the photo-eye Blog interview with Panas

View The Mark of Abel on the Photographer's Showcase

Bear Kirkpatrick
Bear Kirkpatrick was recently featured on aCurator with a new body of work titled Wall Portraits. See the feature here.

Kirkpatrick's portfolio Hierophanies on the Photographer's Showcase area a series of nudes shot in nature. The eerily beautiful images masterfully illustrate the fine line between myth and reality, the sacred and the profane, life and death.

View Bear Kirkpatrick's portfolio on the Photographer's Showcase

Read the photo-eye Blog interview with Bear Kirkpatrick

For more information, please contact photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly by email or by calling the gallery at (505) 988-5152 x202