• Arca Project 4/1/17

    Arca Project 4/1/17

    Arca Project

    Presented by PayneShurvellSuffolk
    1 April - 7 May 2017
    Private View:
    Saturday 1 April 2pm - 8pm
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    The Arca Project is an exhibition consisting of 16 visual and 16 textual responses to a single image. Each response has been realized as a limited edition print, developed and made by Invisible Print Studio.

    The Arca Project draws its title from an essay by Graeme Gilloch, The ‘Arca Project’: W.G.Sebald’s Corsica.

    Artists and writers involved include: Andrew Bick, Craig Burnett, Andrew Curtis, Karen Engle, Emma Fraser, Adam Fish, Lindsey Freeman, Graeme Gilloch, Steph Goodger, Oona Grimes, Tony Grisoni, Catherine Haines, Michael Hall, Molly Jarboe, Jaeho Kang, Jane Kilby, Naiza Khan, Abigail Lane, Richard Makin, Bob Matthews, Bruce McLean, Ana Milenkovic, Simon Patterson,Tony Plant, Daniel Rapley, Fabio La Rocca,Julian Rowe, Martina Schmid,Steven Scott, Allen Shelton, Erik Steinskog and Jo Stockham.

    The Arca Project is curated by Michael Hall and Graeme Gilloch and will be presented by PayneShurvell.

  • Buffalo East: Pop-Up Photography Show 2/24/17

    Buffalo East: Pop-Up Photography Show 2/24/17

    Buffalo East, a a one-night event on Friday, February 24, 6 pm to midnight, is the first installment of an ongoing pop-up series. Featuring photographers Christina Laing, Chris Hawley, David Torke, and Molly Jarboe, Buffalo East will reveal hidden and not-so-hidden parts of Buffalo's East Side. Four photographers, each coming from distinct vantage points, bring their work to perhaps the most obscure and forgotten tavern in the city. With Buffalo East, the aim of these photographers is to bring this place, and its neighborhood, to a new audience.

  • Belt Line: Hiding in Planin Sight 1/1/16

    Belt Line: Hiding in Planin Sight 1/1/16

    Why by Molly Jarboe, 2016

    From the event write up: Photographers Brendan Bannon, Max Collins, Molly Jarboe, Christina Laing, and David Torke turn their lenses toward and along the Belt Line, revealing a hide-in-plain-sight secret to new eyes. Here, where the past and future collide, some of Buffalo's most talented chroniclers capture a moment of transition.

    Through January. An opening reception will be held, January 1, 5:30 - 10 pm @ Sugar City, 1239 Niagara St, Buffalo, New York 14213