Mark Your Calendars: NYC Exhibition January 19
We are thrilled to announce our gallery event at 25CPW in New York City January 19, 2011. A panel discussion will take place from 6-7pm followed directly by the exhibition opening, so come early.
We had a group show at this same gallery last January and it was such a success and such a beautiful space we decided we had to do it again.
Talented Curator Brian Clamp, director of CLAMPART in NYC, is the curator of our show, which is entitled “Altered States: The Way We Live Today.”
We also were graced by the oh-so-fine work of our incredibly talented Partner Network for this show:
Our partner Deb Pang Davis of Cococello designed a limited edition exhibition catalog for the show that will knock the shoes right off your feet. It’s absolutely beautiful and her creative eye truly complements our photographs perfectly. Issues #1-51 sold out in the first 14 hours and the following issues #52-101 sold out within 48 hours of availability. To accommodate demand, we have decided to release another 50 issues for a final pre-sale open until January 14th at 11:59 EST. Pre-sale issues will be signed by all LUCEO photographers. Read more or purchase your copy while they last here.
Mike Davis threw in a sequencing and edit of the images for the catalog that really makes it flow seamlessly.
There will also be a panel discussion sponsored by PhotoShelter to kick off the night on the future of documentary photography with TIME Magazine Deputy Photo Editor Paul Moakley, Jim Estrin of The New York Times LENS Blog, Brian Clamp of ClampArt, and Bess Greenberg of 25CPW.
Our master printer David Wright is doing all the printing for our show (with the exception of one 16 foot print that you truly must see in person).
So, what are you waiting for? Mark your calendars and share a glass of wine or a beer with us January 19, 2011!
Kevin after a day of filming two of @kikkerland 's design gurus , Chico and David Dear. Chico is best known for his gear-box driven Critters and David for his mechanically amazing Rainbow Makers and clocks. So much fun to be around these highly inventive folks. Both got their start at RISD in a class that encouraged them them to see utility in discarded items as part of their creative process. Now you can find the fruits of their designs in museum stores and specialty shops worldwide. #luceoblog