Goings On in New York

There is currently a lot going on here in NY. I'm sorry I haven't been posting much lately but my life has been up-side-down as of late. Last night there were some exciting openings, and this month there has been lots of exciting stuff, lets recap:

Phil Toledano at Hous Projects, opened last night.
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Work by Becca Albee / Arielle Falk / Jason Hanasik / K8 Hardy Desiree Holman/ Whitney Hubbs / Ace Lehner Stephanie Leibowitz / Elizabeth Moy. This exhibition is inspired by the forthcoming "Feminist Issue" of Capricious Magazine based on an open call for work about feminist feelings.
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Jason Hanasik, Steven (spotlight) 2007, digital c-print, 24 x 30 inches, edition 1 of 6
Humble Arts Foundation also has a couple of things going on. Firstly, they have a new blog, and I recommend you check it out. It features great work alongside hilarious stock photography selections. Also you can now submit for 31 Women in Art Photography; Humble has officially dropped its previous titled and age requirement as to challenge the belief that emerging = young. This is a fantastic opportunity if you are, of course, a woman and I encourage you all gals to apply! More details here.
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Ahndraya Parlato/Humble Arts Foundation
additionally, there some exciting shows coming up this November. Clampart brings you two super awesome exhibitions not to miss. First, Jill Greenberg: New Bears, a continuation on her acclaimed portraits of monkeys and later bears.

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Jill Greenber/Clampart

Simultaneously on view you can catch Luke Smalley: Sunday Drive - A Memorial Exhibition. Luke Smalley was an incredibly talented photographer who very unfortunately passed away earlier this year at a very young age. He is currently among my favorite photographers and have been waiting for this show to go up for months! I can't wait to see it.

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Luke Smalley/Clampart