If you find yourself in Toronto this Thursday, make sure to check out this event put on by the Pallas Lab.
The event is kicked off Thursday, November 9th, with a lecture given by our very own Frank Ockenfels 3 on Nov 11th, which starts at 7pm.
Make sure to come by and check it out, and stay for the silent auction that happens the next day, where Frank’s beautiful David Bowie print will be auctioned off, as well as many other incredible images.
Pony Kids by Perry Ogden at Fotografiska, Stockholm
“Over the past decade, an extraordinary horse culture has evolved in the housing estates that surround Dublin. Teenagers from the families of the poor and often unemployed have been keeping their ponies on patches of green in the city wastelands. Once a month a horse fair is held at the city center. Perry Ogden has made formal portraits of these kids and their ponies in an open studio. The results document an endangered tribe.”
A selection of Perry Ogden’s Pony Kids photographs are up at Fotografiska in Stockholm through September third. We wish we could go!
In NYC the exhibition is now open – The Irving Penn Centennial at the MET MUSEUM
Please go – everyone has to if they are there this summer. I can not wait to see this remarkable survey of his work along with the Rei Kawakubo Commes des Garcon exhibit in the Costume Institute at the MET – they have two amazing do not miss exhibiitions this summer.
Frank Ockenfels 3 Piece in the RARE Exhibit at Kahmann Gallery in Amsterdam!
RARE, an exhibition filled with rare and unique pieces from hand-colored to vintage 19th century Japanese Albumen prints to one of Frank’s unique David Bowie photo collages was a special show curated by the gallery where they collected and selected pieces that are one-off or in very small editions, to create a veritable as they called it ” Wunderkammer ” of photography.
And if you are wondering – ” Wunderkammer ” means – Cabinet of Curiosities!
Spencer Lowell // David Hockney Exhibition at TASCHEN Ends 2/14!
We’ve always loved this photograph of artist, David Hockney, that Spencer took last year and now we are so excited to visit TASCHEN Gallery in Los Angeles to see the “David Hockney: A Bigger Book” exhibition!
The unique exhibition gives visitors the sense of diving into the Hockney universe, as it displays almost 500 pages from Hockney’s new SUMO-sized monograph.
Make sure to visit the gallery before February 14th and if you can’t make it, take a virtual tour here!
Exciting news! Tomorrow, January 26th, each of artists will be featured in the Found Artist Portfolio Review in Dallas, TX!
This review is an annual event that Found puts on to connect today’s best emerging and renowned photographers with top ad agencies, magazines, and brands. Over 60 bodies of work will be showcased, including out lovely group’s, and we are so excited for the opportunity to share!
For more information about the event or to register to attend, click here!