Gallery Kayafas | “Out of the Frame” features Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden
A selection from the series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden is currently featured on Out of the Frame, an online gallery curated by Gallery Kayafas, Boston.
At the heart of Boston’s contemporary art community for more than ten years, Gallery Kayafas exhibits fresh and engaging work by both emerging and established artists. David’s “Out of the Frame” selection will be on view from March to June, 2014.
“2014 Juried Exhibition” at the Center for Photographic Art
David’s image Faded English Lavender Bouquet from the series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden has been selected by juror Diana L. Daniels, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA to be included in the Center for Photographic Art’s annual juried exhibition.
Located in Carmel on California’s Central Coast, the Center has evolved from its storied predecessor, The Friends of Photography, to become an organization that focuses on contemporary photographic practice in light of the West Coast traditions of mastery of craft and visual delight in the natural world.
The 2014 Juried Exhibition is on view from January 11 to March 1, 2014.
Oceanside Museum of Art exhibits Clover Tangle
The Oceanside Museum of Art is exhibiting Clover Tangle from David’s series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden as part of its current exhibition, Contemporary Landscape Photography: An International Perspective.
Curated by Stephen Churchill, Producer of The Art of Photography Show, the exhibition features forty-four diverse works that explore the contemporary global landscape and our relationship to it.
The Oceanside Museum of Art is situated just north of San Diego, CA. Since opening to the public in 1997, OMA has been devoted to bringing Modern and Contemporary art to the region, featuring exhibitions and programming of regional, national and international artists.
Corden|Potts Gallery to show Nurturing Time,
Life in a Backyard Garden
Step into the Garden ~
Corden|Potts Gallery in San Francisco will host the first, full-scale exhibition of the series, Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden, enveloping gallery visitors in a garden environment. Each of the prints on view has been made in the traditional color darkroom, using a process and materials now increasingly rare. The depth and vibrancy of these limited edition prints offer us the richness of the garden, and illuminate our emotional connection to it.
The show runs from June 5 to July 20, 2013, with an opening reception on Thursday, June 6 from 5:30 to 7:30pm at Corden|Potts Gallery | 49 Geary Street | Suite 410 | San Francisco, CA 94108
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum acquires Clover Tangle for permanent collection
Clover Tangle, from David’s series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden, has been acquired by deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum for its permanent collection. Dedicated to Modern and Contemporary Art since its inception as a public museum in 1950, deCordova is known for innovative exhibitions and programs featuring a wide range of media, especially by artists with a connection to New England. The permanent collection is particularly strong in photography.
DeCordova is situated on a 35 acre, former private estate just outside of Boston in Lincoln, MA.
Clover Tangle was also recently chosen for exhibition in “The Art of Photography Show 2012″ by juror, Julian Cox, Founding Curator of Photography for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Chief Curator of the de Young Museum. With nearly 17,000 entries, the show featured some 200 works from an international selection of photographers. The San Diego Art Institute hosted the exhibition from September 29 to November 11, 2012.
Open to Interpretation
David’s image Angel Trumpet and Morning Glory has been published in Intimate Landscape, the second volume of Open to Interpretation, a new series of elegant books pairing fine photography with creative writing to explore how pictures, poetry and prose can inspire a multiplicity of interpretations from a single source.
Conceived by photographer and publisher Clare O’Neill as a two-part international competition, the images for each volume are first selected by an invited juror based on a specific theme. A second juried process then takes place to select writers whose submissions respond to the individual chosen images.
The result is an engaging, elegant book that invites readers to enjoy the featured photographs, writings and their own imagination.
Juror Karen Irvine, Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago, selected Angel Trumpet and Morning Glory to be included in the book with 29 other photographs from 1500 submissions.
“Exposure 2012″ at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston
David has been chosen by juror Alison Nordstrom, Curator of Photographs and Director of Exhibitions at George Eastman House, to show a selection of images from Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden at the Photographic Resource Center in Boston (PRC). “Exposure 2012″ will feature ten artists, and be on view from June 5 to July 18, 2012.
The PRC received 270 submissions this year, a record-breaking number of entries for its annual juried competition. David will be showing his work with: Mary Ellen Bartley, Thomas Brennan, Nan Brown, Odette England, Tony Loreti, Mark Lyon, Robert Moran, Garie Waltzer, and Diana Zlatanovski.
For a second consecutive year, a jury of two dozen members of the photography community from across the US has selected David as a Finalist in the annual competition Critical Mass, organized by Photolucida. More than 200 international photography professionals will review David’s series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden as part of the second round of judging. Photolucida received more than 700 entries for this year’s competition, the largest number of participants yet for Critical Mass.
A selection from the series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden has been featured in Julie Grahame’s award-winning, online publication, aCurator. Both Life.com and the British Journal of Photography named aCurator one of the Best Photo Blogs of 2011.