Jessica Brewer Prugh | Irish Bayou, 2020 | $550

Jessica Brewer Prugh (b. 1982 Houston, Texas) is a photographer best known for her work traveling and photographing the Midwest and Southern United States. She lives in Grayslake, Illinois. Jessica discovered the treasure that is photography through her family photos of her earliest years in Texas, years which she has largely forgotten. She found her love for taking pictures in 1997, during a brief in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin where she took a black and white photography class in high school. Her work explores themes of nostalgia and wanderlust. Jessica has published two zines of her work, A View of the Lincoln Highway through Illinois, and Highway Hypnosis. Jessica is a member of Perspective Gallery in Evanston, Illinois.

Bill Chapman | Graceland | $400, unframed $200

A simple phrase uttered by his mentor, Ernest Withers, “You’re an American, you know what to do.” describes Bill Chapman’s photography more concisely than the commentary produced over the years about his work. At a very early age, Chapman’s interests in politics, civil rights, baseball and music were tied to a passion for photography. Over the years he has explored each topic — and more — through both film and digital imagery.  His photographs have been described as “sardonic but good natured.”

Charlotte Strode | Summer on the Blue Ridge Parkway | $400

Charlotte Strode was born and raised outside Louisville, Kentucky, and currently lives in Atlanta, GA. She’s been featured as an emerging Southern photographer for Jeff Rich’s column in Oxford American, “Eyes on the South”; her work has also been featured in Fraction Magazine, FOCAL POINT, and other publications. The daughter of photographer William Strode, Charlotte learned to pay attention to the world around her and create photographs from her father. While living in New York City, she also studied photography at the International Center of Photography. See more of her work on her website.

Malcolm Lightner | Mudhole, 2017 | 16×20 Archival Pigment Print | $800

MALCOLM LIGHTNER is a photographer who works and resides in New York. Born in 1969 in Naples, Florida, he is a fourth generation native Floridian. Malcolm has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants and his work has been featured in a range of prominent exhibitions including Art + Commerce Emerging Photographers and the New York Photo Festival. Malcolm’s photography is included in the permanent photography collections at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida. His work has appeared in Stern, Topic, The Oxford American, Dazed & Confused, Vice, Wired, Slate, The View, The Atlantic, Dear Dave, Aint-Bad and Life, among other publications. PowerHouse Books recently published his first monograph, Mile O’ Mud: The Culture of Swamp Buggy Racing. Malcolm is a member of the photography faculty at the School of Visual Arts in New York City since 2002.

Cody Bratt | 10:10 pm |$595

Cody Bratt (b. 1982) is a San Francisco-born and based artist. His father, a photoengraver, and his mother, amultimedia artist, inspired his love of photography and book making, in particular. He holds a BA in Rhetoric with a formal concentration in Narrative and Image from the University of California, Berkeley (2005). Shying away from a literal approach, Cody’s photography employs primarily non-linear emotional or psychological approaches to exploring subjects and concepts. Unreliable memories, displacement, loss and coming of age feature centrally inCody’s work.

He has exhibited internationally at Athens Photo Festival, Berlin Art Week, Month of Photography Los Angeles, Griffin Museum of Photography, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, ICP Museum, Brighton Photo Fringe, Filter Photo Festival amongst others. Cody is a 2016 LensCulture Emerging 50 Talent, 2018 PDN 30 nominee and 2019Review Santa Fe attendee. His most recent series, THE OTHER STORIES, was honored with a 2020 CENTER Awards Director’s Choice Award. Cody’s first monograph, LOVE WE LEAVE BEHIND, debuted by Fraction Editions in 2018.

The series was awarded a 2018 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 distinction, named as a finalist for the 2016 DukeUniversity CDS/Honickman First Book Prize and had images selected and published as winners in AmericanPhotography 34 (2018).

His work is public and private collections in several states across the US, as well as Europe. Cody’s work has beenpublished worldwide in print and online venues including PDN, LENSCRATCH, LensCulture, Lomography Magazine, iGNANT, Gente Di Fotografia, Blur Magazine, Aint-Bad, and Float Magazine amongst others.

 

Cody Bratt | 5:59pm | $595

Cody Bratt (b. 1982) is a San Francisco-born and based artist. His father, a photoengraver, and his mother, amultimedia artist, inspired his love of photography and book making, in particular. He holds a BA in Rhetoric with a formal concentration in Narrative and Image from the University of California, Berkeley (2005). Shying away from a literal approach, Cody’s photography employs primarily non-linear emotional or psychological approaches to exploring subjects and concepts. Unreliable memories, displacement, loss and coming of age feature centrally inCody’s work.

He has exhibited internationally at Athens Photo Festival, Berlin Art Week, Month of Photography Los Angeles, Griffin Museum of Photography, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, ICP Museum, Brighton Photo Fringe, Filter Photo Festival amongst others. Cody is a 2016 LensCulture Emerging 50 Talent, 2018 PDN 30 nominee and 2019Review Santa Fe attendee. His most recent series, THE OTHER STORIES, was honored with a 2020 CENTER Awards Director’s Choice Award. Cody’s first monograph, LOVE WE LEAVE BEHIND, debuted by Fraction Editions in 2018.

The series was awarded a 2018 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 distinction, named as a finalist for the 2016 DukeUniversity CDS/Honickman First Book Prize and had images selected and published as winners in AmericanPhotography 34 (2018).

His work is public and private collections in several states across the US, as well as Europe. Cody’s work has beenpublished worldwide in print and online venues including PDN, LENSCRATCH, LensCulture, Lomography Magazine, iGNANT, Gente Di Fotografia, Blur Magazine, Aint-Bad, and Float Magazine amongst others.

 

Cody Bratt | Untitled 5:11 am | $595

Cody Bratt (b. 1982) is a San Francisco-born and based artist. His father, a photoengraver, and his mother, amultimedia artist, inspired his love of photography and book making, in particular. He holds a BA in Rhetoric with a formal concentration in Narrative and Image from the University of California, Berkeley (2005). Shying away from a literal approach, Cody’s photography employs primarily non-linear emotional or psychological approaches to exploring subjects and concepts. Unreliable memories, displacement, loss and coming of age feature centrally inCody’s work.

He has exhibited internationally at Athens Photo Festival, Berlin Art Week, Month of Photography Los Angeles, Griffin Museum of Photography, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, ICP Museum, Brighton Photo Fringe, Filter Photo Festival amongst others. Cody is a 2016 LensCulture Emerging 50 Talent, 2018 PDN 30 nominee and 2019Review Santa Fe attendee. His most recent series, THE OTHER STORIES, was honored with a 2020 CENTER Awards Director’s Choice Award. Cody’s first monograph, LOVE WE LEAVE BEHIND, debuted by Fraction Editions in 2018.

The series was awarded a 2018 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 distinction, named as a finalist for the 2016 DukeUniversity CDS/Honickman First Book Prize and had images selected and published as winners in AmericanPhotography 34 (2018).

His work is public and private collections in several states across the US, as well as Europe. Cody’s work has beenpublished worldwide in print and online venues including PDN, LENSCRATCH, LensCulture, Lomography Magazine, iGNANT, Gente Di Fotografia, Blur Magazine, Aint-Bad, and Float Magazine amongst others.

 

Neal McEwen | Ram Truck | $100

Neal retired in 2013 from a career as a financial executive with early-stage, venture capital financed technology companies.   In retirement, he has expanded a longtime interest in photography to an active pursuit of pretty much anything outdoors, as well as anything involving his granddaughters.  He is a member of the Georgia Nature Photographers Association and the Peachtree City Photography Club.  His recent photo trips include Yellowstone National Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cumberland Island, southwestern Montana, and the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.  Neal regularly provides photos for use in media programs of conservation organizations such as Keep Georgia Beautiful and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Stefan Hagen | Hurston Lane Walk, 2015, 2 of 5 | $850, unframed $750

Born in Germany, Stefan Hagen studied photography in Berlin and moved in 1989 to New York to pursue commercial photography and work on independent photography projects.

In 2001, Hagen developed his signature style of photographing landscapes with a technique using long exposures that capture both time and the experience of moving through nature.

His work has been shown in solo shows in galleries in New York, Boston, Elko, NV and Munich and is in numerous private and institutional collections as Nordstrom and Nu skin and also on display at the BYU Museum of Art in Provo, UT.

Stefan Hagen is also the founder and director of Montello Foundation, a foundation dedicated to support artists who foster our understanding of nature, its fragility and our need to protect it, providing an artist residency in a remote valley in Nevada.

Barry Bellovin| Badlands #2 | $400

Barry Bellovin is a native New Yorker, and a New York City-based photographer. Over the past five years, he has photographed extensively, both locally, and when traveling around the country and abroad. His work has been exhibited in museums, galleries, and online exhibits in the United States and Europe. He does street photography as well as travel, landscape, nature, and flower photos. His photos can be found online at www.Instagram.com/BarryBellovin and www.Instagram.com/BarryBellovinFlowers. When not taking pictures, he works as a cardiologist in Queens, NY.

Barry Bellovin has two images in this exhibition. If purchased together the total cost is $700