I’m very pleased to be included in Galerie F’s upcoming group show, Shot From The Hip: A Photography Exhibition, which opens in Chicago this Friday. I will be showing an affordable selection of prints and photo transfers on acrylic. This exhibition highlights photographers active in the urban environment and features work by Sergej Vutuc, Diane Ribaupierre, Brock Brake, Tom Fennell, Oscar Fotoflow, Eden Leavy, Pete Rangel, Senor Codo, and httpill. Sadly, I can’t make it out to Chicago this weekend, but if you’re in the area, please come out and support!
I’m very excited to be part of a great line-up of photographers in 17 Frost Gallery’s upcoming group photography show, The Brooklyn (organized by Jim Kiernan and Aakash Nihalani). Join us for the opening on Friday, April 5th from 7-10pm.
The Brooklyn: Brooklyn Street Photography 17 Frost Gallery
17 Frost Street (between Union & Lorimer), Williamsburg
This Friday I will be participating in a group photography show, curated by the artist (and my whiskey drinking partner) Royce Bannon, at Mishka NYC. Mishka has been collaborating with and showing the work of talented and iconic artists for years now, so it is pretty exciting to be a part of their first ever photography exhibition. With “Stolen Souls” Royce brings together 13 creators “who are skilled at capturing their subjects at just the right moment, without using parlor tricks and manipulation like Photoshop”. And with a show name this metal, you know we won’t be fooling around at the opening party. Skoal!
Friday May 18th, 2012, 7-10PM
Erika “Saki” Sequeira
I promise it’s not just all talk, but the evening of Friday the 17th is shaping up to be very busy with no less than 3 quality shows set to open. After hitting Snowblind at Klughaus in Chinatown and Inside Out featuring Cake and Don Pablo Pedro at Mighty Tanaka in Dumbo, I’ll end the night with “All Talk” at Pandemic. I don’t want to spoil any surprises, so I leave you with just a taste of what’s in store at Pandemic. Listen up: it’s going to be a good night for graffiti culture, so don’t miss out.
Brooklyn-based street artist Imminent Disaster will debut her new, photographic body work at KESTING/RAY Thursday night. After crowdsourcing the funds necessary to realize her project, she embarked on a 15,000 mile cross-country trip with a 19th century, large format view camera. Employing the wet-plate collodion process, she documented her encounters with grassroots/alternative communities struggling to adjust to the decline of the American economy. These tintype photographs will be on display as part of an installation that will also feature a new paper-cut sculpture.
Imminent Disaster On the River: Stories from the heart of glorious abandon, where you cannot see what lies beyond the next bend
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12, 7–9pm
Exhibition Dates: January 12–February 05, 2012 KESTING/RAY
30 Grand Street (btw Thompson Street & 6th Avenue)
New York, NY 10013