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There’s a fullness about Parris Whittingham—an acceptance of pain and love existing at the same time—that would otherwise, in someone else, in a different profession, be confused with naivete. But Parris is a genius, and the way he captures love is exceptional. He calls himself a “relationship photographer”, but many of his works could be confused with plain old photography; he’s deeply tied to the act of familial archiving, and his images are intended...
Coming soon to the exhibition spaces of the Sikh Coalition in downtown Manhattan is The Sikh Project, a portrait show and sociocultural essay of sorts by British photographers Amit and Naroop. It’s a follow-up to their very successful, similarly conceived UK show, The Singh Project, which featured portraits of Sikh men from all walks of life to foster greater awareness of the broad and variegated presence of Sikhs in society, and to teach viewers...
It's a complete myth that there's nothing art-related worth seeing in August in New York. Things slow down, for sure, but look at all this! Gorgeous paintings in Bushwick, performances in Downtown Brooklyn, "lost" photographs of young Truman Capote—and yes, the Olympics. Because that's art too. Don't miss out on all the good stuff because your face is stuck to your air conditioner with one eye on The Get Down.  UNDERDONK GALLERY: WOOGIE — OSAMU KOBAYASHI Kobayashi's paintings have a...
Inside a second-floor Gowanus studio space, an anniversary party hums late into the night. DJs spin jazz throwbacks as clusters of people sip wine and snap photos with analog Minoltas. Among them is Rachel Jun. Dressed head to toe in black; she floats effortlessly through the crowds. Passing a wall of black and white darkroom prints, she stops to join a photo booth portrait. “This is really great,” she says between sips of seltzer. Last...

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