June 2011 Exhibitions

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Two Exhibitions by Professional
Women Photographers


oho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce it will host two separate guest exhibitions by Professional Women Photographers (PWP) during the month of June, featuring award-winning images by American and European women photographers. The first exhibition, from June 7 – 18, includes photographs from PWP’s 35th Anniversary international competition that was juried by Elinor Carucci and Stephen Perloff. The second exhibition, June 21 – July 2, with an opening reception on Tuesday, June 21, 6–8 pm, features photographs selected by Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Ruth Fremson in an international competition themed CONTRASTS. PWP is a non-profit organization providing educational and exhibition opportunities to women photographers.


Charlie © Justyna Badach, Grand Prize, PWP 35th Anniversary Int’l Competition

On the Road

John Custodio


Interesting photographic opportunities sometimes lie not far from the road. This exhibition of 13 framed 16 x 20 inch prints is part of a collection of photographs Custodio made over the years on several road trips across the U.S. His travels took him to the Midwest, the national parks of the Southwest and California.


Trojan Horse, Wisconsin Dells, WI © John Custodio

Raw Materials

Aviva Baharav


Observation propels Aviva Baharav’s rhythmic photographs. Through her lens, ordinary forms and objects become seas of moving shapes, giving daily life a dimension of mystery and changing the way we perceive our surroundings. Baharav also probes reality’s subjectivity. Context changes our perception and seemingly insignificant objects, like raw materials, become alluring when Baharav imbues their nuances with a cadenced beauty.


Untitled © Aviva Baharev

Straight and Butch

Butch Cordora


In his first solo show in a New York gallery, Cordora, an out gay man, poses nude with different heterosexual men (also nude) in an effort to explore and study male sexuality, homophobia and masculinity.


© Butch Cordora


Peter Agron


The 12 gelatin silver prints from Peter Agron’s New York Portfolio are part of an on-going project that he began 25 years ago upon his arrival in NYC. A native of Russia, Agron brings a fresh perspective to his views of New York’s people and places.


Untitled © Peter Agron