This limited-edition 8×10 print from @_matthewporter_ is the last one that we’ll be posting before our STAND WITH US Benefête, TONIGHT! We hope to catch you there!
Matthew Porter is a New-York based artist, curator, and educator. His work often features historical mash-ups, collapsing disparate events and cultural references within a single frame, or spreading them out over a series of tightly edited photographs. Porter has had solo and group shows in a number of international galleries and institutions, including M+B, Los Angeles, Xippas Gallery, Paris, Invisible Exports, New York, Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City, Koenig & Clinton, New York, and the Foam Museum in Amsterdam.
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Here’s current exhibiting artist @sammargevicius’s limited-edition 8×10 print, ‘Multifacted’. Come by his show at 128 Baxter St tomorrow, then come buy his print at our 2nd Annual STAND WITH US Benefête! A couple last-minute tickets still available via link in bio!
Sam Margevicius is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. His photographic compositions explore the medium’s complex relationship to drawing, sculpture, and performance. He has shown work in various galleries across the country, from California to New York. In 2017 Sam received his MFA from The International Center of Photography–Bard College.
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Baxter St Member @betsy_kenyon has contributed ‘SPIRAL UP’ to our collection of limited-edition prints that will be available in 2 DAYS at our STAND WITH US Benefête.
Betsy A. Kenyon is a New York-based artist and educator. She is a recipient United States of America Presidential award for individual artists Nippon Steel, a Dean’s grantee School Art Institute Chicago, CAAP grantee Department Cultural Affairs. She holds an MFA from SAIC.
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Our next 8×10 limited-edition print comes from Baxter St Member @katherinefinkelstein and will be available in 2 DAYS at the 2nd Annual STAND WITH US Benefête
Katherine Finkelstein is a Brooklyn-based photographer and founder of @motherboxgallery. She received her MFA from SAIC in 2017.
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Continuing in our series of limited-edition prints available at our STAND WITH US Benefête is ‘Untitled (Oaxaca Studio)’ from Baxter St’s 2018 Annual Juried Competition Juror @mattelife.
We’re 4 DAYS away, but a few tickets are still available via the link in our bio!
Matthew Leifheit is a Brooklyn-based photographer. He is Editor-in-Chief of MATTE Magazine, an independent journal of emerging photography founded in 2010 that recently released its 49th issue. He was formerly the photo editor of VICE, and has also written criticism and interviews for Aperture, Foam, Art F City and TIME LightBox. Leifheit holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the Yale School of Art, where he was awarded the Richard Benson Prize in 2017.
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Next up is Baxter St Art Advisory Committee Member @_hannahwhitaker’s limited-edition 8×10 print, available at our STAND WITH US Benefête next Wednesday. Link in bio for tickets!
Hannah Whitaker is an artist based in New York. She has had solo exhibitions at Marinaro, New York; M+B, Los Angeles; Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris; Thierry Goldberg, New York and Locust Projects, Miami. Whitaker was featured in Public Art Fund’s citywide exhibition, Commercial Break in New York in February 2017 and the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Big Pictures in 2014. Group shows include those at Casey Kaplan, New York; Galerie Xippas, Paris; Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles; Higher Pictures, New York; and Rencontres d’Arles in France, where she was nominated for the Discovery Prize. Her writing has appeared in Objektiv, The PhotoBook Review,Triple Canopy, and Blind Spot. The artist’s first monograph, Peer to Peer, was published in 2015 by Mörel Books.
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We’re thrilled to offer limited prints of ‘Headtown’ from 2018 Workspace Resident @tommykha at our STAND WITH US Benefête next Wednesday! The work is 8×10 and is $100. Get your ticket so you can also come buy this print! Link to tix in bio.
Tommy Kha is a photographer based between Brooklyn, NY and his hometown, Memphis, TN.
He is a recipient of the En Foco Photography Fellowship, the Jessie and Dolph Smith Emeritus Award, and a Magenta Foundation Flash Forward emerging photographer, as well as a former artist-in-residence at Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, Fountainhead, and Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York. In December 2015, Kha published his first monograph, A Real Imitation, through Aint-Bad. He will have his solo exhibition @baxterstccny opening May 1, 2019.
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Our 2nd Annual STAND WITH US Benefête is just 6 DAYS away! During the party, we’ll be selling limited-edition 8×10 prints, which we’ll be posting here for the next week. First up is this image ‘Sicily’ from former interim Program Coordinator and intern @finn.001
It’s not too late to get a ticket! Check the link in our bio.
Finn Jubak is a New York-born, Dallas-based artist whose practice explores the ambiguity between organic and staged instances. He recently earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago, where his research centered on contemporary documentary practices in Latin America. He was a 2018 recipient of the UChicago Fine Art Fund, for which he created a self-published newspaper exploring the history and legacy of Doc Films, UChicago’s film society and the oldest student film group in the country.
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