In the press: Robert Mann Gallery at The
aipad photography show
Robert Mann Gallery was featured in a number of articles about the 35th AIPAD Photography Show, which was on view from April 16 - 19 at the Park Avenue Armory. Read the press below:
Announcing representation of mike mandel
Robert Mann Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of Mike Mandel. Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, Mandel is heavily influenced by the period of expansion and franchising in the Los Angeles region during the 1960s and ‘70s. His photographic series utilize elements of popular media to communicate themes of alienation, commercialization, and personal identity in an increasingly public world.
For more information about Mike Mandel and to view selected images, click here.
cig harvey: gardening at night
Signed copies available
Gardening At Night is an exploration of home, family, nature, and time. It's predecessor, You Look At Me Like An Emergency captured journeys in finding and defining home, while Gardening At Night denotes settling into one's landscape, and creating life where you are. The narrative throughout has a delicious element of magical realism - the viewer is left with the feeling of waking within a dream.
To read more about the book, click here. Please contact the gallery by phone or email to purchase.
the light in cuban eyes in PBS Art beat
Photos: Exhibit allows glimpse at Cuba, forbidden to Americans for so long
By Victoria Fleischer
When Cuban photographer Nelson Ramirez was eight years old, he borrowed his mother’s camera, a twin-lens reflex that requires you to reload film before each shot. Ramirez kept forgetting to reload. When he finally developed the roll of film eight years later, he noticed the negatives had multiple exposures.
“I think those are the first manipulated photography that I did,” Ramirez told Art Beat. This week, the Robert Mann gallery in New York City opened “The Light in Cuban Eyes,” a two-month long exhibit that showcases Ramirez work along with 23 others. The exhibit is an offshoot of a book by the same name, which showcases 50 artists and was published earlier this month.
Continue reading the article here.