"1941 Plymouth" | by Jeremy G. Landau

$1,450.00Price

Framed Archival Print Photograph

 

approximate image size is 

w 24" x h 16" (60.96 x 40.64 cm)

 

In frame the work measures:

w 31-3/8" x h 23-3/8"

 

This is a recent aquisition for the New Mexico Art In Public Places program. It will be installed at the Bernalillo County Courthouse this coming Decemeber.

 

If ordering, please bear in mind that it may not be able to ship in time for the holidays due to the timing of installation. If your order date is too near the installation date, the photogrpaher will need time to print and frame your piece.

 

This item does not offer free shipping, but the gallery will cover the cost of packaging for shipment.

  • Artist's Statement

    Jeremy G. Landau, a fine arts/landscape photographer living in Taos, New Mexico.

    "My photography represents images of lives & places in transition. In this sense, all realism photography is a kind of portraiture. When I was young on the streets of New York, I was told to look down, make no eye contact, stay in your own space. I have been looking up, ever since. As a young adult, I had no interest in photography, despite several opportunities to pursue it. As I began to inhabit New Mexico, 35-years ago, I discovered I could not live without a camera. The abandonment, the wilderness, small towns locked in time become my photographic obsessions.

    "Many of the images my landscapes can no longer be seen. Some of my portraiture highlights people I may never see again -- although several have reappeared in the most amazing of synchronicities. Photographs are still moments, unique in their perspective of time and space. For each one, I invite the viewer to be drawn in to inhabit the photography from their own unique vantage point."

    Jeremy has travelled to 48 out of 50 US states, Canada, Mexico and 37 other global nations. He has held exhibitions as an artist-in-residence in Cuba, Barcelona, Scotland as well as New York and New Mexico. Nearly everywhere people are much the same... living, working, sharing differing versions of family, yet all a part of a global community which is seriously on the precipice of violence and extinction through our own lack of vision. In most of these places he has walked, ridden - once upon a camel - shared drinks, laughed and cried with the people and in the places he photographs. A few books and several magazines have featured this photographic legacy.

    Many thanks for this opportunity to share a bit of my story with you. Additional information and installation experience may be found in his Photographic CV.

  • Artist's CV

    Education
    B.A. 1973 & M.A. 1979

    Photographic Education & Training
    1992: Darkroom Photography, Siegfried Halus Practicum
    New Ways to See, Paul Slaughter Master Class

    Santa Fe Photographic Workshops:
    1993: The Desert Landscape, David Michael Kennedy

    1994: Panoramic Photography, MacDuff Everton

    1995: The New Mexico Landscape, Mark Nohl
    The Project Workshop, Sam Abell

    1996: Digital Workshop, D3 Image Center
    Color & Desert Landscape, Robert Glenn Ketchum


    Recent Exhibitions
    Three Photographers, (Winter, 2019) Michael Gorman Gallery, Taos, NM

    Le Maroc, (2016, 2017) Irving Arts Center & Taos, NM

    Skyline Sentinels: Water Towers of New York
    Warburg, NYC Artist-in-Residence & Tribeca Arts, Spring, 2012
    Taos Artist Collective, Spring, 2013

    Desert Landscapes: 20-year Retrospective” Johnsons Galleries NM, 2012

    "La Vida en Cuba: Artist – in - Residence
    Taos Artist Collective (2015)
    Kirkcudbright International Art Festival, Einburgh, Scotland (2007)
    Gaudi 150 - Barcelona Cultural Exposition (2002)
    Casa de las Americas, Havana, Cuba (2001)

    Photo Awards & Recognition
    My Private Paris, Ernst Haas Top 100 Award, L.A. County New Photography

    Grant Recipient
    Art Matters, Visual AIDS, Manhattan Arts Int'l, Puffin Foundation

    Selected Previous Exhibitions
    Stirling Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida ( 2012)
    Queens Media Arts, Museum of Art, NY (2009)
    Spirit Runner Gallery, Taos, NM (2005)

    The Greek Passion, Johnsons ( 2001), Plaza Réal (1997), Aztec Gallery (1995)

    Desert Southwest (1998) Sinclair College, OH & Westport Gallery , CT
    Land of Ancestors: Easter Island & Panoramics (1997) Abeline, TX, Santa Fe, NM
    Colors of Independence Group Show (1998) Hunger Artist Gallery, NM
    National Juried Competition (1998) Spiva Center, MO
    Indian Market Iris Prints Group Show, (1998) Santa Fe, NM
    New Mexico Landscape Group Show (1998) Santa Fe, NM

    Six New Mexico Photographers Abiquiu Gallery, NM Spring, 1996
    American Experience - Inaugural Show (1997) Perry, Alexandria,VA

    Remembrances & Through the Looking Glass (1996) Fuller Lodge Gallery, NM
    Sacred Spaces in Photography Gallery Plaza Reál, (1996) Santa Fé, NM
    Visions: Southwest
 (1995) Prescott, Fine Arts, AZ
    Exit the 20th Century
 (1995) Muskingum College, OH
    The Last Frontier (1995) Center for Visual Arts, Oakland, CA
    Moscone Center Exhibition San Francisco (1995)

    Curatorial & Jurying Experience
    2019 Art In Public Places Jury
    2015 Group Photography Show, Taos Artist Collective
    2016 The Cuba Show, Taos New Mexico
    1999 It Art Be Framed, Hunger Artist Gallery, NM
    1997 Abandoned Landscape Group Show
, Abiquiu, NM

    2013 – 2017, Gallery mgt.; various venues

    Special Collections
    Clinton Presidential Library
    Art in Public Places, Mew Mexico 2015 & 2017

    Books & Publications

    “Le Portfolio du Maroc” folio of exhibition prints © 2016
    “Skyline Sentinels: The New York Book” © 2015, third edition
    “A Sequestration of Saddles” © 2014
    “Ghosts of New Mexico” © 2012
    “The Panoramic Desert” folio of 24-prints © 2009
    “¡Cuba! La Isla Bella © 2009


    Taos Magazine Cover Photography 2018
    Taos Magazine Photo Essay 2016 & 2017
    360º Around Flagstaff, article & photo, Route 66 Magazine, Winter, 2000
    AIDS and Cuba's Sanatoria Healthcare (photo & article) AIDSLink Winter, 1999

    The US Blockade and Cuba; cover, article & photojournal; IAPAC Journal
    UNM Campus Tour Photojournal, New Mexico Magazine 1998
    Architectural Cutout, THE Magazine
, Spring 1996
    Ski, Santa Fe, Santa Féan Magazine, Spring, 1996

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