Where to Go and What to See

If you want to see some new talent, check out Eight Photographer, Four 2-person Exhibitions at Randall Scott in Washington, D.C. or the SVA photography show in NYC.

Despite the fact that galleries tend to get a little sleepy over the summer, there are quite a few interesting projects going up this week, so I'll just start right in.

If you're in the mood for lots of big names brought together under a loose general idea, check out When Color Was New at Julie Saul in NYC (Callahan, Christenberry, Eggleston, Epstein, Goldin, Levitt, Meyerowitz, Martin Parr, Siegel, Shore, Sternfeld, etc.) or The Good Life at Yancey Richardson (Arbus, Barney, Epstein, Erwitt, Hilliard, Owens, Papageorge, Parr, etc.).

If you want to see some new talent, check out Eight Photographer, Four 2-person Exhibitions at Randall Scott in Washington, D.C. or the SVA photography show in NYC.

If you want to see the show I'll be going to, check out the common objects transformed into magical talismans by Elaine Guigenan at Klompching in NYC. If you want to see the shows I would go to if I lived somewhere other than New York, go to the Lee Miller exhibition at the SFMoMA (she's a badass) or William Greiner's exhibition at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum (he's a friend).

~Miki Johnson

(Photo: From Elaine Duigenan's Net series)

Follow the link below for details of these and many more photography events around the country.

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