JHB Gallery will debut a special solo exhibition featuring Ellen Carey’s new large-scale Polaroid and Photogram artwork from her "Crush & Pull" series, in the PRISMES Sector at PARIS PHOTO, 2018, which opens this Tuesday through Sunday, November 11th .
At the invitation of France's Ministry of Culture and PARIS PHOTO, independent curator Fannie Esouclen has included Ellen Carey’s "Crush & Pull" series among the selections for PATHS ELLES X PARIS PHOTO. The press release states: “Esouclen leads us on a promenade along the aisles of Paris Photo retracing the history of photography through the prisme of women; a historic and contemporary stroll in search of treasures unearthed by exhibiting galleries and publishers.”
This series has also been selected by the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection for a “Curators’ Highlights” guide. The onsite guide includes 20 photographers, selected by JPMorgan as a “must see” of photographs and photo-based works at the participating galleries.
This is the biggest, oldest and most prestigious of international art fairs that is exclusively devoted to photography, with galleries, books and special events, such as lectures, artist talks and book signings, held in the historic Grand Palais at the center of Paris.
Ellen Carey exhibited her Polaroid Photogram "Crush & Pull" in The Joseloff Gallery that highlights every fall works by The Hartford Art School Faculty. These "Crush & Pull" artworks were made in the Koopman Commons with the large format Polaroid 20 X 24 camera, one of five in the world, with John Reuter, Director and Visiting Photographer at HAS (www.20X24Studio.com). Find more information at: www.parisphoto.com or email@example.com or www.ellencareyphotography.com. All are welcome!