Posted on April 9, 2013 by nesopblog
Aaron McElroy, class of 2007 joined AM Projects, an international photo collective with five other photographers from all over the world. AM Projects launched in September 2012 at The Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam, as they released their first book, Nocturnes, which was included in Time Magazine’s “Books We Loved” in 2012. They currently have a show at Noorderlicht in Groningen, NL through May 19th 2013.
Outside of AM Projects, Aaron recently had a solo show at the Horton Gallery in NYC, as well as a solo show at Ampersand gallery in Portland, OR where he released his book, After Wake. He was featured in the February issue of The British Journal of Photography, released a monograph with Self Publish, Be Happy and will also be included in a book due out next month with twelve other artists titled Nudity Today.
After Wake, Aaron McElroy ’07
‘Nocturnes’, AM Projects
Aaron McElroy, ’07
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Posted on March 12, 2013 by nesopblog
NESOP instructor and ’08 alum, Caleb Cole, has published a monograph of his series, Other People’s Clothes. In a limited edition of 250 copies, this hardcover book has 59 images (some never before exhibited), 146 pages, an introduction and interview by Jade Sylvan and design by Robyn Giragosian.
“The images in Other People’s Clothes are a product of my exploration of private moments of expectation, a visual expression of my experiences stepping into the shoes of the types of people I see on a daily basis.”
You can meet the artist and purchase Other People’s Clothes at his upcoming book release and signing on Friday, March 22nd, 6-8pm at Gallery Kayafas, or you can view the series and purchase this book on his website.
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