Arthur Nager's solo exhibition "Times Square Photographs" opens on May 3, 6-8 at Umbrella Arts Gallery - 317 East 9th Street, (Between 1st & 2nd Avenue), NYC. The gallery hours are Thursday to Saturday, 1:00 - 6:00, (212- 505-7196). The reception is open to the public. The exhibition features a selection of large color photographs from an ongoing series that began in 2014. A catalog with an introduction by noted art historian Bruce Glaser discussing the work will be available at the gallery and directly from the photographer via the contact page on this site.
"Elmo", Arthur Nager's photo from the Time Square Series, was selected for display in the 37th Annual juried Photo Exhibition at the Carriage Barn, Waveny Park, New Canaan, CT. The juror Laurie Kratochvil, was the Photo Editor for Rolling Stone and is known for her work as a curator, photographer and editor. The exhibit runs from December 4, 2016 - January 19, 2017.
The gallery hours are Wed.-Saturday, 10AM-3PM, Sunday, 1-5PM.
Arthur Nager will be participating in an open house for visitors interesting in meeting the participating photographers on Saturday, December 10 from 10-12AM.
Photographs from the Times Square series are now available in a monograph that includes photographs taken from 2011 - 2015. The book includes 36 images, printed on photographic stock selected to achieve the highest quality reproduction. The limited edition book is available from the photographer, including the artist's signature. To learn more, preview or order the book, contact Arthur Nager from the Contact page of the site.
To view selected images from the book visit: https://www.lensculture.com/arthur-nager
Arthur Nager was invited to establish a LensCulture portfolio account on this invitation only photography web platform. LensCulture is an international photographic forum that presents the work of photographers deemed to be of interest to a global network of photographers and collectors. The permanent website account will be used to post current and completed projects, and books for view on an ongoing basis.
Visit this excellent website and Arthur Nager's recent projects: https://www.lensculture.com/arthur-nager
Arthur Nager had a vintage silver gelatin print and a contemporary large color digital print selected by juror Robert Gurbo for inclusion in the upcoming photography show - History and Process, that will run from January 10 to February 8 at the Carriage Barn Arts Center, Waveny Park, New Canaan CT. Robert Gubo, is the Curator of the Estate of André Kertész and the editor of two noted books on the influential photographer. All are invited to the opening reception for the show which takes place Saturday, January 10, 6 - 8 pm.
Street Life - Photographs 2011-2014 will be exhibited at Norwalk Community College's Art Gallery East from November 5 - Jaunary 14. The gallery is located at 188 Richards Avenue, NorwalK, CT 06854. A reception and artist's talk will take place at the opening on Wednesday, November 5 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm to which all are invited. Gallery hours are Monday to Friday, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, Saturday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday, Closed. For further information contact Susan Hardesty, Director of the NCC Gallery at email@example.com or 203-857-7197.
The exhibit of large color prints reflects work shot during the past three years from the street scene series. The images explore the way in which people and elements in the landscape overlap and collide in unusual and sometimes ironic ways to provide fertile material for photographic imagery.
On Jan. 11, 2014 the Carriage Barn Art Center held its 34th annual photography show. This year's prize winners were Arthur Nager of Fairfield, Carrie Brady of Wilton, Hans Neleman of New Canaan, Karen Neems of Stamford and Hal Schwartz of Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. Besides the prizewinners, three Connecticut high school students received honorable mentions: Emma Rosenstein of New Canaan, Abigail Geanakos of New Canaan and Morgan Macey of Wilton. Juror Laura Einstein announced the winners alongside event co-directors Arianne Faber Kolb and Eleanor Flatow. According to the Carriage Barn Art Center, 300 guests visited the exhibit over the course of three hours.