We are very happy to announce that pre-orders are now available for The Ones We Love Volume I! Includes the work of 76 photographers from around the world. Exclusive features by Häre Christian & Elea Garcia, Nika De Carlo & Lissette Emma, Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek, Alexi Hobbs, and Stine Sampers. First Edition orders end June 15th. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this book possible!
Photographers: Lana Adams, Vivien Ayroles (Carré Frais), Steven Beckly, Chris Bernabeo, Sarah Bernhard, Kin Chan, Hannelore Commers, Nadine Cordial, Michael Danner, Feline De Coninck, Ema Ema Ema, Daniel Everett, Ivan Fucich, Rosanna Graf (Bimbi Gardel), Roberto Gramostini, Andy Grellmann, Nate Grossman, Shawn Gust, Sarah Hermans, Kenny Hurato, Peter Hoffman, Samira Kafala, Kory Jean Kingsley, Marija Kovač, Czar Kristoff, Winne Lievens, Andrew Lyman, Chris Maggio, Marija Mandić, Jennilee Marigomen, Michael McCraw, Stefano Marchionini, Steven Mazzola, Leuh Meltzer, Irene Moray, Sophie Morner, Ina Niehoff, Cait Oppermann, Chrischa Venus Oswald, Mariana Pacho Lopez, Martin Petersen, Laura-Lynn Petrick, Jan Postma, Rebecca Rijsdijk, Victoria May Roper, Mark Rubenstein, Ēlƶbiet Sč, Sergi Serra Mir, Annick Sjobakken, Landon Speers, Katherine Squier, Marija Strajnic, Sasa Stucin, Tatjana Suskic, Matthew Tammaro, Igor Termenón, Alex Thebez, Berber Theunissen, Caroline Thienpont, Lluís Tudela, Oliver Udy, Monica Uszerowicz, Alexis Vasilikos, Sara Visconti, Bart Wijsman, Rachel Woroner, Zhang Xiao, and Alba Yruela.
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/
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!