Show: Made by Hand
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2221 NW 56th St, Ste. 102
Event: July 19th 6pm - 9pm
Made by Hand – A showcase of unique photographic prints featured on the pages of The HAND Magazine
GALLERY 1/1 is pleased to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of one of our favorite art publications The HAND Magazine with an exhibition, Made By Hand, focused on unique photographic prints by artists that have been featured in the magazine. The exhibition will include the following artists who excel at alternative and experimental photography and create one-of-a-kind handmade prints. Ross Faircloth, Megan Griffin Tormey, Claire Gilliam, Sarah Hadley, Jamie Johnson, Antonio Martinez, Paula Riff, Dan Shepherd, Aline Smithson, Ross Sonnenberg, Andrew Sovjani, Brianna Tadeo, Andrew K. Thompson, Harrison Walker, and Melanie Walker.
Show: Summer Salon
Venue: Gallery 1/1 / 2856 NW Market St, #2G
Event: August 17th 6pm - 9pm
Showing through September 9th
The GALLERY 1/1 "Summer Salon" show includes one-of-a-kind photographs that we have selected from our flat files and backroom that we have not previously exhibited. We will be featuring some very affordable and exciting contemporary prints mixed with some rare vintage classics.
Jonas Yip - His unique hand-pulled Polaroids rework long-expired chemicals to reveal evocative landscapes and cloudscapes reminiscent of Classical Chinese Shan Shui paintings, which did not aim to depict the realistic appearance of nature but rather capture its essence and rhythm, and ultimately express the artist’s inner landscape.
Daniel Kukla - Impossible Project Instant Film from the Proving Grounds series. Taken at at sea in the archipelago of Svalbard within the Arctic Circle. The abstracted nature of these unique prints is due to the subzero temperatures causing "semi-failures" of the camera and film medium.
Paula Riff -Cyanotype on hand-marbled Japanese paper. Series: What's love got to do with it.
Andrew K. Thompson - The Penetrating the Veil series of cameraless c-print chemigrams by Andrew is a powerful attempt to use the destructive gesture of manipulating the surface of the photographic paper to express unarticulated emotions behind the facades of everyday relationships.
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