Head over to KlompChing Gallery tonight for Bird Watching (and people watching) from 6-8pm. About her work, Paula McCartney says, “[r]ather than settling for what nature has to offer, I have taken control and adorned the trees with their longed for, but absent, tenants.” The truth is in the details. Look closely.
And don’t miss the discussion and book signing with Paula McCartney and Darius Himes on Saturday March 6, 2010 from 1-2PM. Bird Watching is published by Princeton Architectural Press and is based on McCartney’s artist book of the same name.
Related posts: Book Review: Bird Watching by Paula McCartney.
The critically acclaimed exhibition We English at Klompching Gallery is closing this weekend. If you missed the show like I unfortunately did, there are other ways to enjoy the work of Simon Roberts.
Devil's Dyke, South Downs, East Sussex, 2008 © Simon Roberts
FotoWeek DC, the annual photography festival uniting the photographic communities, galleries, and museums in the nation’s capital, will be happening again this November throughout the city. Simon Roberts will have work up at the Swedish Embassy in the exhibition What Lies Beneath: Nature and Urban Landscape in EU Photography curated by Judith Turner-Yamamoto. The exhibition opens on November 7.
Available through Klompching Gallery is the limited edition box set of We English that includes a signed book, a signed print, and a local newspaper from Roberts’ travels around England. Edition of 100. In the UK, the limited edition can be purchased here.
And if that is not in your budget, Andy Adams and Flak Photo are partnering with publisher Chris Boot, Ltd. to give away three signed copies of the trade edition book. Become a fan of Flak Photo on Facebook and visit the “Book Giveaway” tab. Deadline for entries is November 1, 2009.