Posted on February 8, 2014 | 1,500 Comments
Upcoming Berkeley and San Francisco Vivian Maier Events:
Scott Nichols Gallery is excited to announce three upcoming events:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd:
RECEPTION AND TALK AT UC BERKELEY
What: The Reva & David Logan Gallery of Documentary Photography at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism will host a reception for the exhibition See All About It, Vivian Maier’s Newspaper Portraits. A lecture will follow including; Jeffrey Goldstein, director of Vivian Maier Prints (VMP) and project coordinator Anne Zakaras; VMP master printers Ron Gordon and Sandra Steinbrecher; and Richard Cahan and Michael Williams, authors of the book on Maier’s life and work, Vivian Maier, Out of the Shadows.
When: Wednesday, April 2nd, 5:00pm – 7:15pm: Courtyard reception (5:00-6:15pm) and Lecture/Discussion (6:15-7:15pm)
Where: North Gate Hall at the corner of Hearst and Euclid, Berkeley. Click here for a Google Maps link
FRIDAY, APRIL 4th:
RECEPTION, SHOWING OF VIVIAN MAIER DOCUMENTARY, AND Q&A DISCUSSION
What: SF Camerawork and the Scott Nichols Gallery will co-host a reception, viewing of the (53 minute) BBC film “The Vivian Maier Mystery,” and talk. The Q & A format talk will feature Jeffrey Goldstein, director of Vivian Maier Prints (VMP) and project coordinator Anne Zakaras; VMP master printers Ron Gordon and Sandra Steinbrecher; and Richard Cahan and Michael Williams, authors of the book on Maier’s life and work, Vivian Maier, Out of the Shadows.
When: Friday, April 4th, 5:30 – 8:00pm: Reception (5:30-6:00pm), showing of Maier documentary (6:00-7:00pm), and Q&A format talk (7:00-8:00pm)
Where: SF Camerawork, 1011 Market St. San Francisco, CA 94103. Click here for a Google Maps link.
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th:
EXHIBITION RECEPTION, CURATORIAL WALK THROUGH, AND Q&A WITH THE ARCHIVE TEAM
What: Scott Nichols Gallery will host a reception and curatorial walk-through of its current exhibition Vivian Maier, Out of the Shadows. Join Scott Nichols; Jeffrey Goldstein, director of Vivian Maier Prints (VMP) and project coordinator Anne Zakaras; VMP master printers Ron Gordon and Sandra Steinbrecher; and Richard Cahan and Michael Williams, authors of the book on Maier’s life and work, Vivian Maier, Out of the Shadows for a walk through and discussion of the exhibition. Snacks and beverages will be served.
When: Saturday, April 5th, 1:00pm-3:00pm: Reception (1:00-2:00pm), Walk-through and Q&A (2:00pm)
Where: Scott Nichols Gallery, 49 Geary St. suite 415, San Francisco, CA 94108. Click here for a Google Maps link.
*Please note that there is limited seating for the first two events and no seating for the third. Seating will be available on a first come, first served basis*
All photographs in the Scott Nichols Gallery exhibition are courtesy of the Jeffrey Goldstein Collection, VivianMaierPhotography.com
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Posted on August 16, 2013 | 1,859 Comments
Our upcoming exhibition: George Tice, A Photographer’s Photographer. The show is a sixty year retrospective and celebration of his 75th birthday. George will be at the Scott Nichols Gallery on the 26th of September for the opening reception of his show and will be speaking at the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism the following day for the 1st annual Fotovision lecture. We’ve been anticipating this show for awhile and hope you can make it.
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Posted on September 4, 2012 | 843 Comments
August, 31 2012: THE SUMMER SHOW was reviewed by Jonas Cuénin in Le Journal de la Photographie. From this collection dating back to 1863, we appreciate in particular the many black and white photographs. Architectural shots, landscapes, street scenes, portrait: there’s something here for everyone… Read the entire review, San Francisco: The Summer Show, HERE.
ROGER MINICK, Woman at Inspiration Point, Yosemite National Park, 1980, Printed 1910
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Posted on August 14, 2012 | 1,122 Comments
August, 8 2012: THE SUMMER SHOW was reviewed by Murray Paskin in the San Francisco Examiner. Every July, the Scott Nichols Gallery of photography selects approximately 80 photos from its permanent collection of more than 200 images to highlight in a seasonal show. Called “The Summer Show,” the current exhibition is rich from both artistic and historical perspectives, and its lineup of major artists — Ansel Adams, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Walker Evans and many more — represents almost a classical presentation of contemporary American photography… Read the entire review, Who’s who of photographers at Scott Nichols, HERE.
ANSEL ADAMS, Moonrise over Hernandez, New Mexico, Gelatin silver print, 1941
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Posted on August 14, 2012 | 1,732 Comments
Monday, July 16, 2012: MONICA DENEVAN was featured in LENSCRATCH. Sometimes a photographer finds a part of the world that resonates so completely with their sensibilities that the marriage of the place and the person results in perfection. Monica Denevan has been creating photographs in Burma (and China) for many years and with each new visit she adds to her stunning portfolio of images… See the entire article HERE.
MONICA DENEVAN, Tower, Burma, Gelatin silver print, 2010
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Posted on August 14, 2012 | 1,537 Comments
March 8, 2012: JOHN GOODMAN was featured in Design Arts Daily. Photographer John Goodman is enjoying the glow of limelight, with two shows currently up and a third scheduled to open in April. I caught up with him en route to and from the west coast last week for this Q&A… View the entire interview by Peggy Roalf HERE.
JOHN GOODMAN, Times Square Gym, Interior, from The Times Square Gym series, Selenium toned gelatin silver print, 1993
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Posted on April 26, 2012 | 1,795 Comments
For those of you who aren’t able to make it into the gallery to see John Goodman’s exhibition,
The Same Dark Place, with photos taken at New York’s Time Square Gym as well as Cuba,
here is a selection of photos of the show which runs through the rest of this week.