The Album Project will open at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown on June 9, 2013. The reception is from 1 -3 PM on that day. Would love to see both the art and autism community there. The Butler is a wonderful institution and I am very happy that we have the opportunity to tell this story.
Next up are two showings of Every I Have Ever Lived - the foreclosure crisis in twelve neighborhoods. The first is at the Campbell Gallery at the Levin College of Urban Affairs of Cleveland State University opening on September 3, 2013. Next it will be shown at the gallery at Wilmington College in Wilmington OH opening on January 23, 2014.
I also have pieces from my current project, Lustron Stories in some current group juried exhibitions.Clementine, the original owner is now hanging in the Minneapolis Photo Center's Home exhibition and is included in the Butler Institute of American Art's Mid-Year Show. Also in Home is Richard the Collector. Lustron Homes are all steel prefabricated homes manufactured in Columbus OH between 1947 and 1950. In 1950, everyone's story was the same. Now the people and the stories are a cross-sectioon of what has become to Great American Dream. Another piece from the series, Kansas City Community College is currently hanging in the Artist's Archive of the Western Reserve annual member's exhibiton. Another print of this same piece photographer's:network 2013 opening on June 28, 2013. Thomas Kellner, the organizer of this very generous undertaking, has said this is last of these exhibits organized this way.
There is more (Precious Objects in Las Vegas in January) but we'll cut this off for now. Rule #6 - enough is enough (thank you Calvin Trillin.)