To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Hudson Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) assigned Christine Ashburn to photograph the Hudson Valley for a little over a year. Seventy-two of her photos showing the love between locals and their land are included in Connecting: Celebrating the People and Places of the Hudson Highlands.
Helios is on display in the exhibit "It's OK to Be a Realist" at the Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh through May 2.
Franco Vogt has one of those personalities. Short and witty with a full-faced smile, the photographer and his wife of 22 years, Lucia Reale-Vogt, have earned a reputation in the Hudson Valley for making their subjects comfortable in front of the camera.
Starting March 7, the Williams College Museum of Art will host "Warhol by the Book," a study of Andy Warhol’s contributions to the field of publishing. Curated by Matt Wrbican, chief archivist of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the exhibition boasts more than 500 objects—paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, manuscripts, letters, LP covers, dust jackets, portrait films, and artists' books—in a setting that mimics Warhol’s personal library.
Last fall, Niagara Bottling, the largest private bottled water supplier in the country, announced plans to siphon up to 1.75 million gallons of water daily from Cooper Lake.
"Drawn, Cut, & Layered: The Art of Werner Pfeiffer" explores the physical, political, and cultural significance of books.
Photographer Daniel Berehulak spent five weeks in Monrovia, Liberia, in the fall of 2014 documenting the Ebola outbreak that has claimed thousand of lives in West Africa.
February will see not one but two openings featuring work by Kingston native Chris Gonyea: a solo drawing show in Red Hook, Brooklyn, at Kentler International Drawing Space, and paired with Joseph Garlock in a painting show at George Adams Gallery in Chelsea.
A exhibition of paintings from the permanent collection of the Lehman Loeb at Vassar College.
The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, hosts an exhibition examining the influence of Claude Monet on Ellsworth Kelly.
A sculpture by Steven Siegel appears on the cover of the January 2015 issue of Chronogram.
Frank Spinelli's photograph from his forthcoming book Burning Man: Into a 21st Century Utopia.
An exhibition of Mort Kunstler's illustrations will be on display at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts through March 8.
An ongoing exhibition of works from the Jack Shainman Gallery in Kinderhook.
Avery Danziger's photographs of the long-burning Siberian natural gas fire are on display at White Gallery in Lakeville through December 31.
Kisch published Separate Cinema: The First 100 Years of Black Poster Art (Reel Art Press), a coffee table stunner containing over 250 movie posters this month.