The Photography Show is presenting this year at AIPAD's new location on Pier 24 in NYC and features the work of Ellen Carey, associate professor of photography, in the JHB Gallery at Booth #404 from March 30th-April 2nd. This international photography art fair highlights several hundred photographers and artists from over 100 galleries world-wide with programming and lectures, book signings and special events.
Ellen Carey will be exhibiting a monumental (8'ft x 8'ft.) photogram-as-grid titled Dings & Shadows with her emphasis on process and experimentation, abstraction and form, through color and light, underscored by photographic theory's RGBYMC palette under her artistic practice Struck by Light. Two new works from her Polaroid practice Photography Degree Zero sees Pull with Rollback & Circle as well as Pull with Mixed Pods.
For more information contact: JHB Gallery, 26 Grove Street, Suite #4C New York, NY 10014, 212-255-9286 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jhbgallery.com
Carey also has an exhibition of her Dings & Shadows at M+B Gallery in Los Angeles, her Pull with Line & Half Circle at Christin Tierney Gallery in NYC in Joe Fig's Indirect Representations, a group exhibition; forthcoming this summer at The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Science, an international traveling exhibition (2017-2019) with a book by Thames & Hudson, essay by Carey, whose work is featured on the cover (US version), distributed by UC Press.