The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in collaboration with Anthology Editions presents an intergenerational conversation between photographers JEB (Joan E. Biren) and Ka-Man Tse. This conversation, inspired by JEB’s newly reissued publication Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians, will speak to both artists’ photographic practices which are grounded in identity, visibility, and bringing queer narratives to the foreground.
Join us at Neighborhood Story Project on Saturday, March 15th to celebrate the release of Akasha Rabut’s debut book, Death Magick Abundance! We’ll have a performance by New Birth Brass Band, drinks courtesy of Celebration Distillation, and of course, copies of the book for sale. Can’t wait to see you there!
Join us in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Friday, February 28th for The Sun Is Talking—an exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Bailey Elder. Featuring jams from Om Zack, this will be Elder’s first major exhibition, featuring work she primarily created in 2019 as the Artist in Residence at Object Limited in Bisbee, Arizona. Consisting of fourteen paintings, a soft sculpture, and animated video, The Sun Is Talking reflects the spiritual and necessary relationship we have with the Sun. Stop by to check out the paintings and meet Elder in person. See you there!
Join us at the Rizzoli Bookstore on Wednesday, December 11th for a discussion with Jonathan Higbee and internationally known photographer, teacher, author, and curator, Harvey Stein. They will discuss Higbee’s new book, Coincidences, as well as expand on Higbee’s overall career in photography. We will have copies of the book for sale, with a signing to follow after the talk. See you there!