1983 copyright Jerry Thompson

On view:
FSA photographers including Walker Evans, Dorthea Lange, and Ben Shahn
and  Jerry Thompson: Street Portraits (through Oct. 23rd)
at Howard Greenberg Gallery
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1406
New York, NY

Gallery talk: Julian Cox, curator of "Signs of Life: Photographs by Peter Sekaer" at the High Museum of Art, Christina Sekaer (daughter of the artist), and John T. Hill, author of "Signs of Life: Photographs by Peter Sekaer." The talk will begin promptly at 7:30pm.

And more of Thompson's work will also be shown at at Hermes Gallery, along with Evans's: "Pictures of People" 691 Madison Ave., NYC

October 1 through November 27th 

For more information on one of the artists from a previous post: http://www.daylightmagazine.org/blog/2010/4/27/782


 To celebrate The Pace Gallery’s 50th anniversary, Pace/MacGill Gallery is pleased to present Looking Forward, Looking Back: An Exhibition to Honor 50 Years at The Pace Gallery.  Comprised of a selection of seminal photographs by Robert Frank, Paul Graham, Irving Penn, Charles Sheeler, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand and Edward Weston, this presentation seeks to document Pace/MacGill’s contribution to the field of photography, while illustrating its vision for the future


On the heels of his prize winning book "No Direction Home", photographer Andrej Krementschouk (*1973 in Gorky) once again tells a moving story about homeland and homelessness, roots and identity. The setting is a dilapidated old cottage in the center of a small Russian town, where a group of orphanage-raised homeless people have made a home for themselves. When Krementschouk chanced upon this group in 2006, they invited him inside where he captured both moments of despair and addiction but also warmth and tenderness.


For the past four years (2006 – 2010) Dave Anderson has been documenting the reconstruction of a single New Orleans block in the devastating wake of Hurricane Katrina.  Anderson’s new monograph One Block: A New Orleans Neighborhood Rebuilds (Aperture) and an exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans coincide with the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina to offer a unique view of the ongoing physical and psychological recovery. 


In Round 5 of the ongoing Ping Pong discussions with Joerg Colberg of Conscientious we discuss propaganda and the difficulties involved with interpreting photography from other cultures.

MI: Hi Joerg, I’ve just returned from a government sponsored photo tour of a few cities in eastern China and thought it might be an interesting catalyst for discussion.

Rome, Tod Papageorge

If you are lucky enough to be in Rome this Fall, make sure you visit The Rome International Festival of Photography (FotoGrafia Festival Internazionale di Roma - IX Edizione.) This year’s theme is “Can photography see into the future? Is there a future for photography?” Of special note is new work by Tod Papageorge, whose fairly recent appearances in books and exhibitions in the United States and United Kingdom have presented us with work he made in black-and-white in the Seventies.

French Nazi Collaborator Carl Mydans for LIFE

Online now at LIFE magazine's website are disturbing and chilling photographs of the last seven minutes on Earth of six French collaborators, as they are tied to stakes and killed by firing squad in 1944. LIFE photographer Carl Mydans and correspondent John Osborne were  the witnesses to the executions in the French Alps. 66 years ago, almost to the day, resistance fighters came together in Grenoble to execute these men who had worked for the Milice, the Vichy police. These pictures first ran in LIFE on October 2, 1944, just one month after they were taken. The slide show is long and feels complete, and shows the men before, during and after their deaths. The photos taken at the moment of fire are blurry from the shock of the shots, and you swear that you see ghosts beside each man. What we don't see much of is the audience, described on LIFE.com by Osbourne: "They might have been hurrying to a circus.


On View At Gallery Kayafas
September 10 - October 16, 2010

Opening Reception:


Book Launch and Private View: 6.30pm - 8pm, Thursday 14th October 2010

Flowers, 82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP

Exhibition Dates: Friday 15th October - Saturday 13th November 2010


"This is a study of a home, of a particular idea of home at a particular time in our history.  This is the study of the lives of people whose paths crossed whilst in a camp on 45 square miles of Cuba, cut off from the rest of the world by razor wire and water.