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photo-eye Gallery Highlights 2018

photo-eye Gallery photo-eye Gallery Highlights 2018 2018 was an exciting year at photo-eye Gallery filled with new artists, comprehensive retrospectives, and ambitious group shows. As we look forward to 2019, we wanted to take a brief moment to celebrate the amazing work by our artists and the support from our community of collectors.

2018 was an exciting year at photo-eye Gallery filled with new artists, comprehensive retrospectives, and ambitious group shows. As we look forward to 2019, we wanted to take a brief moment to celebrate the amazing work by our artists and the support from our community of collectors — particularly those who purchased their first prints in 2018. At photo-eye, our mantra is to "collect what you love," and it is a privilege for us to share work we ourselves connect with on a daily basis. The photo-eye team would like to say a heartfelt THANK YOU, and we're looking forward to working with you in the new year.

2018 photo-eye Gallery Exhibitions

2018 Winter Group Show
January 26 – March 24, 2018

Julie Blackmon, Tom Chambers, John Delaney, Mitch Dobrowner, Michael Kenna, and Maggie Taylor.

» View - 2018 Winter Group Show

» Read our Blog Coverage from the Exhibition

Steve Fitch: Vanishing Vernacular
March 30 – May 19, 2018

Vanishing Vernacular featured a selection of color works by photographer Steve Fitch focusing primarily on the distinctive, idiosyncratic, and evolving features of the Western roadside landscape.

» View Vanishing Vernacular

» Read our Blog Coverage of Vanishing Vernacular

May 25 – July 20, 2018

Beth Moon, Kate Breakey, Chris McCaw, Linda Connor,
Alan Friedman, and Bryant Austin

Cosmos celebrated humanity’s fascination with the vast expanse beyond Earth’s boundaries. In this group exhibition, six diverse photographers focused on heavenly bodies as a means to convey sublime notions of time, scale, and splendor.


» Read our Blog Coverage About the Artwork and Exhibition

Light + Metal
July 27 – September 22, 2018

David Emitt Adams, Kate Breakey, Vanessa Marsh, Nissa Kubly, Michael Jackson, Anne Arden McDonald, Heather Oelklaus, Kevin O’Connell, David Ondrik, Meghann Riepenhoff, Claire A. Warden, Julie Weber, Vanessa Woods, and Lori Vrba

The 14 artists in Light + Metal react to the proliferation of digital photographic technologies by experimenting with traditional, metal-based processes and materials, including silver-gelatin paper, cyanotype, and wet collodion, to create unique photographic objects — often without using a camera.

» View Light + Metal
» Read Interviews with the Artists & Exhibition Coverage

Beth Moon: Ancient Kingdoms
Works in Platinum
September 28 – November 24, 2019

Beth Moon's first solo show at photo-eye Gallery, Ancient Kingdoms presented a collection of platinum prints spanning nearly two decades and images from four discrete projects.

» View Ancient Kingdoms

» Read our Discussion with Moon and our
   profiles of her projects

Tom Chambers: Hearts and Bones
November 30, 2018 – February 16, 2019

Hearts and Bones is a mid-career retrospective spanning more than twenty-five years by award-winning photographer Tom Chambers featuring work from ten different photographic series.

Tom Chambers is a master storyteller. Employing Magic Realism, Chambers’ complex single-setting narratives convincingly insert fantastical elements into our everyday existence.

» View Hearts and Bones

» Read our Blog Coverage of the Exhibition and Artwork

Candid Images from 2018 Events and Exhibitions

Represented artist Maggie Taylor standing in front of her work installed in our
2018 Winter Group Show

Steve Fitch's Vanishing Vernacular monograph and exhibition at photo-eye Gallery

photo-eye Director Rixon Reed discussing represented artist Steve Fitch's work in Vanishing Vernacular with the Leica society.

The exhibition banner for COSMOS.
Represented Artist Jamey Stillings speaking about his work at photo-eye Gallery. Stillings' work was included in an exhibition curated by Angie Rizzo of CENTER that was projected on to the outside of photo-eye Gallery during the Interplanetary Festival in June 2018.
The opening reception for COSMOS.
Exhibition banner for Light + Metal.
Artist Nissa Kubly discussing her work with visitors during the opening reception for Light + Metal.
Exhibition banner for Beth Moon: Ancient Kingdoms.

Press for Beth Moon: Ancient Kingdoms in the Santa Fe New Mexican's Pasatiempo magazine.
Beth Moon: Ancient Kingdoms installed at photo-eye Gallery.
Opening reception for Beth Moon: Ancient Kingdoms at photo-eye Gallery.
Exhibition Banner for Tom Chambers: Hearts and Bones.
Sally Chambers, Gallery Associate Juliane Worthington, and represented artist Tom Chambers at photo-eye Gallery.
Represented artist Tom Chambers signing copies of Hearts and Bones during Filter Photo Festival in Chicago.
Press coverage for Tom Chambers: Hearts and Bones.
Cookies and cupcakes served at the opening for Tom Chambers: Hearts and Bones.
Represented artist Keith Carter was the Keynote Speaker for Photo NOLA in 2018.
His new book, Fifty Years, is due in January 2019.
Farolitos lining the walkway outside photo-eye Gallery during the December 28th Last Friday Art Walk
in Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District.

Our thanks again for an excellent 2018 and we're wishing you all the best in the new year!

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