Newsletter: March 2022 News

March 15, 2022

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G. Gibson Projects – March 2022 News

New Consignments 
We have new consignments to offer, and we are currently searching for other significant contemporary & 20th century photography and prints. Please email us for more information.

Roy DeCarava, Dancers, N.Y., 1956, signed silver print

Roy DeCarava (1919 – 2009) was an American photographer who came of age during the Harlem Renaissance. He photographed from the 1940s onward, in his own unique and sensitive style. Subjects included daily life in surrounding neighborhoods and the flourishing jazz scene. A retrospective exhibition was featured in 1996 at MoMA.

Beverly Rayner, Fevered Sleep, 1996

Beverly Rayner is a contemporary artist from CA that uses mixed media constructions. They are often built around photographic imagery and take on a wide variety of formats, often sculptural. She will also use any type of photographic process that serves her purpose for each work.

Three spring exhibits + Arcade Magazine

EIRIK JOHNSON, Installation at Bellevue Arts Museum, 2021

Bellevue Arts Museum 2021 Biennial: Architecture & Urban Design
Through April 24, 2022  
Eirik’s new Leviathan work is included at the Bellevue Arts Museum 2021 Biennial: Architecture & Urban Design.

King Street Station A Clearer View  up now through April 7.  An exhibition of the works that the City acquired from the Viaduct demo commission.

Our Blue Planet at the Seattle Art Museum, March 13 – May 30.  Eirik’s work from the Sawdust Mountain series, “Weyerhauser Sorting Yard along the Chehalis River” will be included in the exhibition.

Eirik’s Viaduct project work, Road to Nowhere will be featured in the recent Arcade magazine, Refraction 39.1 issue.  Amanda Knowles is also featured in the magazine, this issue will be available at Peter Miller books Thursday, March 3, from 5 to 7pm.

Three Spring Exhibits + New Book

Michael Kenna, Buddha and Bodhi Tree, Phuac Hoa Pagoda, Hue, Vietnam, 2019

VENEZIA exhibition at the  Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina, U.S.A. (through March 13)
In Venice, Italy: BUDDHA. Palazzo Loredan, Venice, Italy. (March 7-24)

In France: La lumière de l’ombre: photographies des camps nazis. Musée de la Résistance Nationale, Champigny-sur-Marne, France. (through April 24)

New Michael Kenna BookSt Joseph’s College, Upholland. Prestel/Random House/Penguin

Amanda Knowles work will be featured in the recent Arcade magazine, Refraction 39.1 issue.  Eirik Johnson is also featured in the magazine, with an interview on his Viaduct project. This issue will be available at Peter Miller books Thursday, March 3, from 5 to 7pm.

Amanda’s work is featured this month in the faculty art show “Extracurricular III” at the NSC Art Gallery, March 14 – April 29

Amanda Knowles, Untitled (Red), 2022

JoAnn Verburg is photographing olive groves in CA for the second year in a row.  We are very excited to see this new work. JoAnn’s earlier work of photographing this beautiful and atmospheric subject began in Spoleto, Italy, where she has lived for many years.

Later in March, Brooklyn Rail will have a 5 min “studio visit” video of JoAnn in the Ojai Olive Oil Co. orchard, date TBA

JoAnn Verburg, California, March 2022

Mark Thompson shared this recently completed painting, We Three, 2022, oil on panel, 24 x 32 inches. Mark has other works in progress and news that we will be posting soon.
Mark Thompson, We Three, 2022, oil on panel

Swann Auction Galleries – 70 Years
A photographic history lesson, recorded earlier this year (approx. 1 hour):

Please visit our website to see other artworks

For further information please contact G. Gibson Projects by email, or phone 206.587.4033.