Photographer and educator Joe Deal, who was instrumental in the development of the landmark exhibition “New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape” in 1975 and was the subject of several solo shows, died June 18 at a hospice in Providence, Rhode Island. The cause of death was cancer, according to his gallery, Robert Mann Gallery in New York.
(Photo © Joe Deal/Courtesy of Robert Mann Gallery. “Albuquerque, New Mexico,” 1975.”)
The Newspace Center for Photography, the nonprofit studio and exhibition space in Portland, closed July 7, four days after the directors announced the news on its Facebook page. At a public meeting on July 10, members of the board of directors said Newspace Center for Photography owed $150,000 to vendors, and would be unable to... More ›
The International Space Station now has its first photo exhibition. More ›
Irish photographer Richard Mosse, who won the 2017 Prix Pictet prize in May for his thermographic images of refugee camps, says he was arrested last Thursday on the Greek island of Chios while working on a project documenting refugees, The Art Newspaper reports. Mosse says he was on the island to film an episode of... More ›