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EXHIBITION: Ted Preuss at Zia Gallery

October 23, 2013 in Gallery Shows

© Ted Pruess

Platinum-Palladium Contact Print © Ted Preuss

Clyde Butcher and Ted Preuss

At Zia Gallery in Winnetka, Illinios, USA

The exhibition up for another month, through November 23, 2013.

Ted does beautiful, classic figurative photography and is currently showing prints in Illinois.  If you have yet to discover Ted and his work or if you already have but would like to know more, check out this great article featuring Ted on the Zia Gallery blog.

“For me, the most exciting part of the process is not knowing what I have until I’m processing in the darkroom, then turning on the lights and seeing the negative. I love watching the image develop in the tray.” -Ted Preuss

I’m sure the show is amazing! Congrats to Ted!

© Ted Pruess

Platinum-Palladium Contact Print © Ted Preuss

Are you about to exhibit your art nude work? Did you hear of a great show? Let me know by emailing me kat (at) katlove (dot) com.

Images by Ted Preuss.

EXHIBITION: “Three Generations of the Weston Family Photographers”

August 14, 2013 in Gallery Shows, museums

Nude in Catus by Kim Weston

“Nude in Catus” © Kim Weston

Discover/Rediscover: Three Generations of the Weston Family of Photographers

At the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, Indiana

Exhibition dates: July 19th, 2013 – October 6th 2013
Opening: Saturday August 17, 2013 from 6pm-8pm
During the opening, there will be a walk through gallery talk with Kim Weston at 7:00pm!

Read more about the exhibition.

Whenever I visit Kim on Wildcat Hill, I love hearing his family stories! Anyone in the Elkhart, Indiana area should try to make it to Kim’s walk through talk during the opening. What an amazing opportunity to meet and talk to a good person and talented artist who has a lineage full of exception photographers.

Are you about to exhibit your art nude work? Did you hear of a great show? Let me know by emailing me kat (at) katlove (dot) com.

Image by the talented Kim Weston. Available for purchase here.

EXHIBITION: “Figures Studied”

July 18, 2013 in Gallery Shows

© Ryuijie

13 x 13″ Platinum / Palladium Print © Ryuijie

Figures Studied
10th Anniversary Group Exhibition

At VERVE Gallery

June 28, 2013 – August 31, 2013
Reception: July 19, 2013 5-7pm

Santa Fe, New Mexico

What an amazing collection of work! Among the artists are three friends: Ryuijie, Elizabeth Opalenik, and Huntington Witherill.

See if you can spot their work in the exhibition’s online gallery.

I wish I could admire these prints in real life. The computer screen doesn’t come even close to seeing prints on a gallery wall.

Are you about to exhibit your art nude work? Did you hear of a great show? Let me know by emailing me kat (at) katlove (dot) com.

Image by the talented Ryuijie.

The Nude isn’t about body parts!

June 19, 2013 in Gallery Shows, NEWS

Rant warning!

I follow a lot of “leaders in the gallery industry” on twitter (quotations necessary) and sometimes I run into the most hair pulling nonsense spewed out of people’s mouths (keyboards) or just utter brain farting of those whose heads are so puffed up with their own self worth and all knowing lunacy of a genre of art which they’ve never even practiced. It’s one of the reasons I stay out here in California and ignore New York and the dribble of what they think is important work.

But this… a RT by Elizabeth Avedon (RT means retweeting what another twitter account posted) really threw me. I don’t know if she was RT’ing it because she thought it was funny, true or utter bollocks. She left no explanation. Or maybe she was there. Who knows. What I do know is whatever came out of Mariah Robertson’s mouth was total bollocks. And seeing how I’ve never heard of her and went to google her work because of this and couldn’t find one nude she’s ever shot – maybe she just doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about. So, why is she on a panel discussing nude photography? What could she possibly lend in the realm of knowledge to the people taking time from their nights to listen? But we do, don’t we. We know that butts are not the boobs of male nude photography and that nude photography isn’t about body parts at all. Yes, we know this because we actually shoot nudes. (read the first tweet from the flowers gallery screen grab below).

So I went to the Flower’s Gallery twitter page and found all this stuff that they were discussing about nude photography:

and all these people are listening!

This is the Group Show!!!

I don’t know about their taste in nudes, but I think ours is a bit more refined here. I’m proud to stand next to all of you.

I did research who Mona Kuhn was though and her work is quite nice if you’d like to take a peek. I do very much love her black and white photography. Her “France 2002-2008” is a bit too Jock Sturges – sort of like she went to the same spot in France and shot over his shoulder except with a digital camera and in color. It’s nice though.

It’s of interest to me what New York is like since it’s very different from how New Orleans was like or how LA is for me now. New York photography has this grimy feeling to me. Maybe it was just the photos selected for Featured Shoot – but it’s not a gallery exhibit I’d be interested in going to. What’s wrong with beautiful? The photo by Nadav Kander is nice, but what’s with the dirty nudes? And not dirty as in morality – but like dirt on your skin. I don’t get these treatments to make people look as ugly as they can possibly make them look. Really bad color. It’s like everyone wants to suck as bad as Terry Richardson or something. I don’t know.



March 20, 2013 in Gallery Shows

© Peter Bajzek

© Peter Bajzek


At Darkroom Gallery

April 4, 2013 through April 28, 2013

Essex Junction, Vermont, USA

Information and the images can be seen here.

The talented Allen Birnbach was a juror for this show. You made some excellent choices Allen!

Congrats to all those exhibiting in the show.

Are you about to exhibit your art nude work? Did you hear of a great show? Let me know by emailing me kat (at) katlove (dot) com.

Beautiful image by Peter Bajzek

EXHIBITION: “The Photographic Nude 2013”

March 11, 2013 in Gallery Shows


The Photographic Nude 2013

At Lightbox Photographic Gallery

March 09, 2013 through April 06, 2013

Astoria, Oregon, USA

Read more about the show and see the work online.

I’m jealous of all of those lucky enough to see the show in person. It looks like a great show! Congratulations to all the exhibiting artists!

Are you about to exhibit your art nude work? Did you hear of a great show? Let me know by emailing me kat (at) katlove (dot) com.

Image by the talented Micheal Puff .


Allen Birnbach FigureWorks Reception in Denver

March 16, 2011 in Gallery Shows, Photographers

Allen Birnbach FigureWorks

Allen Birnbach FigureWorks


Artist Reception

Thursday, March 17th, 2011 6-9PM

Denver Photo Art Gallery – 833 Santa Fe Drive – Denver, CO 80204

For Information: 303.333.3316

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Vegas! and Steve Diet Goedde

January 24, 2011 in Gallery Shows, NEWS, Photographers

Sin City Gallery is hosting the solo art exhibition of internationally acclaimed and award winning photographer Steve Diet Goedde. Encompassing elements of fetish, fashion and classic Hollywood intrigue, Goedde’s “Dream Menagerie” promises a dreamy look into the world of modern glamour photography. An artist reception is to be held on Friday, February 4, 2011 from 7:00 to 10:00pm. The exhibition will run through February 26, 2011

Steve Diet Goedde has received worldwide praise for his unique style and vision. His books “The Beauty of Fetish: Volumes I and II” (Edition Stemmle) and his career retrospective DVD “Living Through Steve Diet Goedde” have been released to rave reviews internationally.

Sin City Gallery presents daring and eclectic art from around the corner and around the world. The gallery is located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas in the 18b Arts District, the true heart of Las Vegas’ arts and culture off The Strip.

Sin City Gallery is located inside the Arts Factory at (click for map) 107 E. Charleston Boulevard, Suite. 100 in Las Vegas. Call (702) 608-2461 or visit for information, updates and exhibition calendar.

Web Invite for Steve Diet Goedde

Artist reception Feb. 4, 2010 for Steve Diet Goedde

Things We Project – One Night Only!

September 7, 2010 in Gallery Shows

Things We Project

Things We Project

(Worcester, Mass.) Photographers can be real control freaks.

From behind the camera, they crop the composition, manipulate the lighting and adjust the focus. But that’s just the beginning. Now they’re taking control of a Worcester gallery for a one-night show.

“I have my own ideas about what I want to show, and how to show it,” said Jeff Haynes, one of the exhibiting photographers and the show’s organizer. “And while this area definitely has lots of great galleries and talented curators, I just don’t have the patience to wait for one of them to get on board with my vision.”

As a result, Haynes is organizing Things We Project with five other Massachusetts photographers. The show, set for Saturday Sept. 18, 2010 at the Sprinkler Factory, will feature photographers Nicole Chan, Scott Erb, Haynes, Dana Lane, Steve Stearns and Cynthia Woehrle.

“As the name suggests, this event is designed specifically for each photographer to showcase what he or she aims to achieve as an artist,” Haynes said.

Each photographer has selected 10 images to represent one cohesive body of work for the show. The six collections vary widely in scope, including figurative, narrative, travel and painterly style photos.

“This is a chance for the photographers to talk about how they view the world through their respective lenses,” Haynes said. “I didn’t want a show constrained by a single theme – I wanted an honest presentation from each photographer of what he or she likes to shoot.”

The 60 photos will be presented through a combination of computer displays and digital projectors. The move was made, in part, to save on the costs in printing, matting and framing 60 images. But there were other considerations, too.

“The projectors certainly add a theatrical element, which I like,” Haynes said. “And the computer displays provide a relatable interface for viewers. Most of us see a steady stream of images on our computer screens, thanks to the Internet. So the show will feature a variation on a format we have come to accept for viewing photos.”

The show is scheduled to run from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 at the Sprinkler Factory, 38 Harlow St., Worcester, Mass. The show is free and open to the public.

Positions of Nude Photography @ Camera Work Gallery

July 6, 2010 in Gallery Shows

Camera Work Gallery is showcasing an amazing exhibit of nude photography from July 3, 2010 until August 28, 2010. Photographers on display are:

Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Diane Arbus, Guido Argentini, Richard Avedon, Lillian Bassman, Werner Bischof, Erwin Blumenfelf, Bill Brandt, Josef Breitenbach, Harry Callahan, Lucian Clergue, Michel Comte, Aram Dikiciyan, David Drebin, Frantisek Drtikol, Ralph Gibson, Esther Haase, Horst P. Horst, Kenro Izu, Russell James, Nadav Kander, Andre Kertesz, Edmund Kesting, Rudolf Koppitz, Annie Leibovitz, Man Ray, Robert Mapplethorpe, Sven Marquardt, Ralph Mecke, Duane Michals, Gjon Mili, Sarah Moon, Helmut Newton, Victor Novatzki, Wingate Paine, Paul Outerbridge, Rankin, Blaise Reutersward, Bettina Rheims, Herb Ritts, Thomas Ruff, Jeanloup Sieff, Edward Steichen, Bert Stern, Josef Sudek, Larry Sultan, Albert Watson, Bruce Weber and Edward Weston.

What a great line up!

@ Wingate Paine Speigel der Venus

BERLIN.- From July 3, 2010, until August 28, 2010 CAMERA WORK will present a group exhibition mainly curated from its own collection, displaying more than 40 photographers and their perspectives on mostly female nude art. Selected classics are supplemented with, in some cases, never before exhibited contemporary works of Blaise Reutersward, Nadav Kander, or Ralph Mecke.

The kaleidoscopic exhibition stretches from classical, nearly sculptural studio-stagings, as in the works of Horst P. Horst, Frantisek Drtikol, or Rudolf Koppitz, to the erotic and provocative images of Helmut Newton or Bettina Rheims, and extending to the series of documentary pictures by recently-deceased Larry Sultan, which originated off-set during pornographic shootings.

The studio-photography of the Pictorialists was followed by trend-setting picture experiments in the 1920s. Artists like Man Ray, André Kértesz, or Edward Weston began to render their studies of the body unfamiliar by means of using multiple exposure, solarization, collages, extreme perspectives, and techniques of light/dark contrast. These new methods of art were picked up during the post-war period and were continuously refined and advanced. The almost abstract extreme close-ups of Ralph Gibson, the very sensual nude art of Manuel Álvarez Bravo, or the poetic perspectives of the body, drenched in blue light, by Kenro Izu serve as examples. Lucien Clergue, one of the most distinguished nude-art-photographers worldwide, captivates the viewer with his images of bare female bodies being caressed by shadow plays. Beside such photographs coming from “God’s notebook”, as Pablo Picasso once described his friend Clergue’s work, the pictures of the 1960s and 1970s predominantly have an increasingly sexual connotation, as is the case in the works of Robert Mapplethorpe or Helmut Newton.

In contemporary photo art, works of Thomas Ruff, Larry Sultan, or Nadav Kander, who each reflect on nakedness in different ways and who augment nude art photography with their innovative work exist side by side with erotic images of Guido Argentini or Russell James. While Ruff deprives the voyeuristic observer of pornographic images, the constant availability of which is guaranteed by the internet, by making them unfamiliar, Larry Sultan documents the solitude and melancholy on the fringes of the industry that tirelessly produces these images. With his pictures of baroque, haggard, and stressed female nude photographs, Kander, on the other hand, breaches the dictate of the traditional ideal of beauty. The persons portrayed are incorporated into mystic and gloomy spaces, and the unique atmosphere of these pictures immediately unfolds an eerie as well as archaic energy.

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