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Soft Movements in the Same Direction
The New Gallery, Calgary, AB
April 11 - May 17, 2014

I’m excited to be a part of this year’s Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival as a Featured Exhibition. Please save the date: Reunions opens on Saturday May 3, 2-5 pm at Toronto Image Works.

I’m excited to be a part of this year’s Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival as a Featured Exhibition. Please save the date: Reunions opens on Saturday May 3, 2-5 pm at Toronto Image Works.

We’re ready. See you tonight 8 pm! thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/ (at The New Gallery)

We’re ready. See you tonight 8 pm! thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/ (at The New Gallery)

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Soft Movements in the Same Direction The New Gallery 208 Centre St SE Calgary, AB
April 11 – May 17, 2014 Opening:  Friday April 11, 8:00 p.m.
Steven Beckly and Benjamin Bellas
The New Gallery is pleased to present Soft Movements in the Same Direction by Steven Beckly (Toronto, ON) and Benjamin Bellas (Chicago, IL). This exhibition pairs the work of two artists concerned with representations of intimacy, impermanence, and distance. With video, photography, and found objects, they provide forms for the inarticulable ache of an unknown absence. Accompanying exhibition essay “We really loved each other, you know” by Lindsay Sorell can be found here: http://thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/
Soft Movements in the Same Direction is named one of Canadian Art’s must-sees this week: April 10 to 16, 2014.
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I’m flying to Calgary this week for a show at The New Gallery, opening on Friday. If you’re around, please come have a drink. It’s my first time in Calgary, so if you have any tips on things to do, please get in touch. See you soon, Calgary!

Soft Movements in the Same Direction
The New Gallery
208 Centre St SE
Calgary, AB

April 11 – May 17, 2014
Opening:  Friday April 11, 8:00 p.m.

Steven Beckly and Benjamin Bellas

The New Gallery is pleased to present Soft Movements in the Same Direction by Steven Beckly (Toronto, ON) and Benjamin Bellas (Chicago, IL). This exhibition pairs the work of two artists concerned with representations of intimacy, impermanence, and distance. With video, photography, and found objects, they provide forms for the inarticulable ache of an unknown absence. Accompanying exhibition essay “We really loved each other, you know” by Lindsay Sorell can be found here: http://thenewgallery.org/soft-movements/

Soft Movements in the Same Direction is named one of Canadian Art’s must-sees this week: April 10 to 16, 2014.

I’m flying to Calgary this week for a show at The New Gallery, opening on Friday. If you’re around, please come have a drink. It’s my first time in Calgary, so if you have any tips on things to do, please get in touch. See you soon, Calgary!

The Constellation Range: Portraiture & ApotheosisGalerie Rats 9372 Ste Catherine Ouest, angle de BleuryBelgo Building, Suite 530Montréal, QB
April 3 – 28, 2014Vernissage: Thursday April 3, 7:30 p.m.
Steven Beckly (Toronto)Diego Stickar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)Gustavo Romero (Bogotá, Colombia)Jamie Ross (Montréal)
Curated by Jamie Ross
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I’m coming to Montreal tomorrow for a day or two. If you’re in the area, come have a drink with us four at the opening of The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis at Rats 9 in the Belgo Building.

The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis
Galerie Rats 9
372 Ste Catherine Ouest, angle de Bleury
Belgo Building, Suite 530
Montréal, QB

April 3 – 28, 2014
Vernissage: Thursday April 3, 7:30 p.m.

Steven Beckly (Toronto)
Diego Stickar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Gustavo Romero (Bogotá, Colombia)
Jamie Ross (Montréal)

Curated by Jamie Ross

I’m coming to Montreal tomorrow for a day or two. If you’re in the area, come have a drink with us four at the opening of The Constellation Range: Portraiture & Apotheosis at Rats 9 in the Belgo Building.

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Steven Beckly, Untitled (Stay #2), 2014
Modified denim shirts and thread
Dimensions variable

Studio scenes (Mar 2014)

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Read my artist interview on Papirmass. I’m their featured artist for April 2014. Subscribe by March 20 to receive my edition that I specially made for their April issue. You can use the discount code BECKLY (expires March 31) to receive 10% off your subscription.

Read my artist interview on Papirmass. I’m their featured artist for April 2014. Subscribe by March 20 to receive my edition that I specially made for their April issue. You can use the discount code BECKLY (expires March 31) to receive 10% off your subscription.

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I’m excited to share my new website. A long overdue redesign with a lot of new work added. It’s also compatible with your smartphones, iPads, and other fancy gadgets. A fresh start!

I’m excited to share my new website. A long overdue redesign with a lot of new work added. It’s also compatible with your smartphones, iPads, and other fancy gadgets. A fresh start!

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Steven Beckly on The Ones We Love.

http://theoneswelove.net/Steven_Beckly

For the romantics out there: a small portfolio on The Ones We Love.

Studio scenes (Feb 2014)

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New year, new snaps.

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Studio scenes (Jan 2014)

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Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence ExhibitionNewspace Center for Photography632 SE 10th Ave.Portland, OR
February 7 – March 2, 2014Opening reception: Friday February 7, 6 – 9 p.m.
Steven BecklyKirk CrippensMaureen DrennanEyakem GulilatOhm PhanphirojWard Shortridge
Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition containing a selection of work from the six photographers who were Newspace Artists in Residence from 2012 and 2013.
These photographers were selected for one-month residencies at Newspace Center for Photography during which time they received access to the Newspace facilities and guidance from the staff.  Residents spent their time working on ongoing projects or creating something brand new. This opportunity afforded them the time and space to think and immerse themselves in their own creative process as well as to engage with the Portland photography community. Resident artists also served as a source of inspiration and guidance for the many students and photographers who create and learn at Newspace.
To document the work created by these six talented artists, Newspace is happy to announce the forthcoming release of a photo book containing selections from the work of each resident. Copies will be available for sale at the Opening Reception and throughout the display of the exhibition.
Image: Ohm Phanphiroj

Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition
Newspace Center for Photography
632 SE 10th Ave.
Portland, OR

February 7 – March 2, 2014
Opening reception: Friday February 7, 6 – 9 p.m.

Steven Beckly
Kirk Crippens
Maureen Drennan
Eyakem Gulilat
Ohm Phanphiroj
Ward Shortridge

Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce Fresh AiR: Newspace Artist in Residence Exhibition containing a selection of work from the six photographers who were Newspace Artists in Residence from 2012 and 2013.

These photographers were selected for one-month residencies at Newspace Center for Photography during which time they received access to the Newspace facilities and guidance from the staff.  Residents spent their time working on ongoing projects or creating something brand new. This opportunity afforded them the time and space to think and immerse themselves in their own creative process as well as to engage with the Portland photography community. Resident artists also served as a source of inspiration and guidance for the many students and photographers who create and learn at Newspace.

To document the work created by these six talented artists, Newspace is happy to announce the forthcoming release of a photo book containing selections from the work of each resident. Copies will be available for sale at the Opening Reception and throughout the display of the exhibition.

Image: Ohm Phanphiroj