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Introducing WHOA THE UNIVERSE EDITIONS, site for various side projects. First Edition is a limited group of shibori inspired, hand dyed shirts embroidered with concepts from astro and quantum physics. All proceeds are in support of finally publishing NUDES vol 1, a 13 year survey of my work with male nudes. 

CLICK HEREshirt
 

 
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http://swope.org

Very grateful to be having a solo show at the Swope Art Museum...next door to a Paul Strand exhibit too!swope1


 


 
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Women in Colour : Group Exhibition

26 April - 15 June 2019

Ellen Carey's original research on the contributions of women photographers in colour/color started with Victorian Anna Atkins (1799-1871, England), who is also a pioneer in colour.  Carey's thesis highlights the recent scientific discovery of tetrachromacy whereby women who carry this gene have four eye cones instead of three, allowing them to see more colours.  The consequences of this discovery reframe the history of visual arts.  Women in Colour: Anna Atkins, Colour Photography and Those Struck by Light was first exhibited at Rubber Factory gallery (NY) in 2017, the Paris edition brings a European focus with works by fourteen artists: Claire Aho, Merry Alpern, Jo Bradford, Jo Ann Callis, Ellen Carey, Patty Carroll, Elinor Carucci, Susan Derges, Sally Gall, Meghann Riepenhoff, Mariah Robertson, Chloe Sells, Brea Souders, Nancy Wilson-Pajic.

26 April - 15 June 2019Galerie Miranda
 


 
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Screenspace curated by Vik Muniz at Galeria Nara Roesler, Sao Paulo

https://nararoesler.art/exhibitions/132/
saopaulo
 

Anna K.E., Awol Erizku, Barney Kulok, Chris Wiley, Daniel Gordon, Deana Lawson, Dillon DeWaters, Erin Shirreff, Hannah Whitaker, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, John Houck, Jonathan Ehrenberg, Leah Beeferman, Leslie Hewitt, Lucas Blalock, Mariah Robertson, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Sara Cwynar, Vik Muniz, Whitney Hubbs.


 
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M+B is pleased to present The Hydra, an exhibition of new work by Mariah Robertson. The show runs from January 13 to February 17, 2018, with an opening reception on Saturday, January 13th from 6 to 8 pm. This will be Robertson's second solo exhibition with the gallery.

 

Press release coming soon. To be receive a copy of the press release once it is ready, please contact info@mbart.com.

 

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Thank you to Bruno Ceschel of Self Publish Be Happy and SPBH Editions for including Situations in his 2017 highlights list.Bruno1

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SITUATIONS listed in Bomb Magazine's Looking Back on 2017 : Art, many thanks to the wonderful Mary Simpson.

Situations Front
 

 
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See Instagram for updates

@robertsonmariahpacking


 
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August – September 2017

Amanda Means | Carrie Mae Weems | Cindy Sherman | Ellen Carey | Elinor Carucci | Jan Groover | Liz Nielsen | Laurie Simmons | Patty Carroll | Meghann Riepenhoff | Mariah Robertson | Marion Belanger | Moira McDonald | Penelope Umbrico | Susan Derges | 

https://www.rubber-factory.info/women-in-colour

piece in rubber factory show

install rubber



 


 
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Temporal Situations 2017
JULY 5 - AUG 2 
SITUATIONS welcomes you to a month of time based work and events: Performances, talks, screenings and more.

 
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BAM New PhotographyNew Photography explores the intersection of two distinct trajectories in contemporary photography. While some artists continue to pursue themes


related to the circulation and manipulation of pictures in the digital age, others have returned to the essential elements of analog photography and its processes as subject matter, reimagining the abstract and painterly potential of the medium.

Featuring works by Lee Arnold, Ellen Carey, Sheree Hovsepian, Brittany Nelson, Liz Nielsen, Mariah Robertson, Paul Anthony Smith, Quinn Tivey, and Max Warsh.

 

 


 
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