Soho Photo Gallery is proud to present the following solo shows.
John CustodioAlbert the Bull, Audubon, Iowa
John CustodioBig Dog Statues, Billings, Oklahoma
John CustodioWorld’s Largest Catsup Bottle, Collinsville, Illinois
John CustodioSmokestack, Garibaldi, Oregon
John CustodioField of Corn, Dublin, Ohio
John CustodioCowboy, Conlen, Texas
John CustodioWorld’s Largest Czech Egg, Wilson, Kansas
John CustodioFireplace, Coronado Heights, Kansas
John CustodioDancing Hares, Dublin, Ohio
John CustodioRatio, Green River, Utah
John CustodioWater Tank, Route 195, Washington
John CustodioThelma and Louise, Hardeeville, South Carolina
John CustodioWhite Horse, Lincoln County, Nevada
Robert KalmanSilas and Jack
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 1-A
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 1-B
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 1
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 2
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 3A
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 3B
Anne Burlock LawverUnadorned - 4
John Custodio – On The Road – Structures
Thirteen black and white photographs of lone objects, towers, monuments, statues, remains of dwellings, isolated within the landscape. Photographed on several long road trips across the country.
Robert Kalman – In Tompkins Square: A Fleeting Intimacy
Stopping and photographing a stranger in New York City fulfills an essential need for both of us: the need to experience intimacy. It is a kind of intimate relationship that holds us together for a brief moment and then vanishes, only to be held forever in an artifact of pure silver. When I made these portraits in Tompkins Square Park, I used the timeless, 19th century wetplate collodion method. It required a full encounter of nearly twenty minutes. When completed, as our intimacy closed, I hope that each of us parted feeling seen, and both of us left feeling important.
BT Kim – The Face
My series tries to manifest souls and spirits beyond faces; invisible may be more valuable than visuals surrounded by discrimination and bias.
Anne Burlock Lawver – Unadorned
Project began exploring the way we physically prepare ourselves to face the world using make-up and clothes to create desired illusion. As year progressed, stripping away that façade became the subject – acceptance of the body unadorned and exposed, explored in shadow and light – revealing the body of an aging woman,