British photographer Alex Treadway joins Gallery Stock with an uplifting selection of authentic travel images. Click here to view Treadway’s entire selection of images at Gallerystock.com.
It is our pleasure to announce the exhibition of “AIR FAST” photography by Scott Pommier and the launch of Fast #9 Magazine.
Please join Scott and the FAST #9 team for the launch party & Opening on March 6th, 2013 starting at 6PM (18:00) at he Republic Gallery, 38 Rue Notre Dame De Nazareth, 75003 PARIS.
Gallery Stock contributor Rachel Hulin is celebrating the launch of Flying Henry. The fantasy book, written and photographed by Hulin, follows the adventures of baby Henry who has discovered he has the magical gift of flight. Young readers and parents alike can enjoy the beautifully imagined story of a child’s growth and understanding.
Join Rachel for a children’s reading and book signing at the Powerhouse on 8th, 1111 8th Ave., South Slope, Brooklyn from 11:30-12:30 pm on Sunday March 10th, as well as an evening presentation & reception with Rachel Hulin and Patrick Witty of TIME magazine at the Powerhouse Arena in Dumbo on Monday March 11th, from 7:00-9:00 pm.
RSVP required for the the evening reception, email RSVP@POWERHOUSEarena.com. We hope to see you there!
Gallery Stock celebrates Valentine’s Day with a selection of the best romantic images you can find.
Gallery Stock photographer Mark Dorf is thrilled to be invited to contribute to the third annual International Photography Exhibition at Viridian Artists Gallery. This year’s show was juried by Nat Troutman, curator of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The show will hang in the Chelsea Gallery from February 5th-February 23rd, with an opening reception on the the evening of the 9th. Visit the Viridian Artists page or Mark Dorf’s website for more details.
There is only one week left to donate to Gallery Stock contributor Martin Adofsson‘s kickstarter project, Suburbia Gone Wild. The book explores ideas of globalization by examining the “Truman Show-eque” phenomenon of the model home. It focuses on the similarities of these developments across the globe in a way that has been described as amusing and awkwardly eerie. Fifteen of these images will be featured in the show “Suburban”, which opens this Thursday, January 31st, at the Hagedorn Gallery in Atlanta.
Gallery Stock contributor Eric Weeks presents his latest work in an exhibition entitled, Remembrance of Things Past. The show will open January 31st and will hang in the Galerie Catherine et Andre through February 23rd. Featuring his wife and muse Stacy, this very personal collection of images uses the staged minimalism of the twentieth century painter Edward Hopper as a vehicle to explore the narrative properties of the medium of photography.
Visit Eric’s site to learn more.
New York photographer and Gallery Stock contributor Martin Adolfsson is looking to raise funds for his book Suburbia Gone Wild. This project, almost six years in the making, focuses on documenting the globalization of Suburbia and the rise of the middle class in communities around the globe. Martin finds these ideas encapsulated by the model home, which he describes as, “giant shopping windows decorated with a ready-to-buy lifestyle for the homeowner.” Adolfsson uses these “homes” to explore the similarities in the seven different suburbs he visited. Despite the vast differences in culture and location they aesthetic and ideals remain the same. To contribute to Martin’s project, visit the Suburbia Gone Wild kickstarter page and visit his blog.
A big thanks to all of our contributors and clients who made 2012 such an incredible year. We would not be able to grow and change without your continued passion and enthusiasm.
Happy New Year and best wishes to everyone in 2013 from all of us at Gallery Stock!
Gallery Stock contributor Ilker Gurer is participating in the first solo show of his career. The show, entitled Inner Distant, will hang at Istanbul’s Galeribu until December 30th. Gurer presents two distinct series of work, encompassing both street photography and portraiture.