James Reeve at Hagedorn Foundation

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery and Kristen V. Cahill present the only U.S. exhibition of a unique collaboration by English photographer James Reeve and fashion designer Dries Van Noten. The exhibition will feature 14 of Reeve’s large-scale nightscape photographs and several pieces from Van Noten’s Spring-Summer 2012 Collection, which were inspired by the artist’s Lightscapes series. While traveling to Vienna, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Paris, this collaborative exhibition has garnered favorable reviews in The New York Times, Interview and LuxuryCulture. Reeve’s “light after dark” photographs — shot in Marseilles, London, Beirut, Las Vegas and other international cities — remove the physical form … Continue reading James Reeve at Hagedorn Foundation

Estela Semeco at MINT

The battle with one’s self to be pretty can turn ugly. Exploring the concept that “Beauty is Pain,” Estela Semeco’s new series of drawings hopes to display a bright and humorous insight on the everyday struggles of being a girl. Estela’s work often deals with the female perspective, att times distorting it to the point of absurdity while confronting certain issues with humor. In particular, this series pokes fun at the way girls see and feel about themselves in the hopes of promoting a bit of self-love. From the artist: “I started drawing Pretty Ugly girls about a year ago … Continue reading Estela Semeco at MINT