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Stable hosts photography exhibit

Stable hosts photography exhibit

The flowers are in full bloom, the vegetables look ready to eat, the beach scenes beckon, and there is a glimpse of European travels, all inviting the viewer to “Through the Lens 11,” photography by Anne Holland. Anne Holland has returned to The Stable for the second time in the last three years to exhibit her photographs. The exhibit is Holland’s second at The Stable. There are 45 new pictures in this show. “I sold 40 pictures at the two-hour…

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G Fine Art in Northeast Washington opens ‘Naked,’ featuring works by AB Miner

G Fine Art in Northeast Washington opens ‘Naked,’ featuring works by AB Miner

With all the galleries sprouting up along H Street NE, the neighborhood may be on its way to becoming Washington’s next big arts district, and another addition this weekend will certainly help the area’s credibility. G Fine Art, formerly housed along 14th Street, is taking up residence in the up-and-coming neighborhood. The gallery celebrates its move to Northeast Washington on Saturday with a new exhibition and an opening reception. The work of A.B. Miner goes on display in “Naked,” a…

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Aipad Photography Show New York

Aipad Photography Show New York

Much of photography’s past is on display at the Association of International Photography Art Dealers Photography Show, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. But if you are concerned about the future of the medium, there are only a few hints of what might be to come. Mainly it is a show for collectors of vintage prints. Among the 72 dealers, scores are presenting usual-suspect inventories: Evans, Weston, Arbus and so on. Some, however, have exercised more creativity. Photology, for one,…

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‘Best of’ photo exhibition in Troy; emerging artists featured in Hudson

‘Best of’ photo exhibition in Troy; emerging artists featured in Hudson

While the annual Photo Regional may be the best barometer of what’s happening in the medium, the “Best of” exhibition series at the Photo Center of the Capital District in Troy, now in its second year, is becoming the gauge of emerging talent. With 25 artists, “Best of 2009” is rough around the edges, but that’s its charm. The 52 frames jam the center’s cluttered space with a salon feel. It’s easy to miss the pictures lining the tight and…

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