North Dakota, a suite of ten images made by Stephen Perloff during an artist’s residency at the University of North Dakota in February 2016, opens at Camerawork Gallery in Scranton, PA, on June 2. An opening reception will be held on Friday, June 2, 6 – 8:15 p.m. with an Artist Talk and Book Signing. The exhibition continues through June 30.
The book North Dakota is available from wilbureditions for $25. You can also buy signed copies at the opening reception.
The suite of ten images is available for viewing at perloffphoto.com.
All images are available in three sizes (with slight variation): 13.25″ x 20″ (open edition, prints numbered consecutively), 19.875″ x 30″ (edition of 9 + 2 AP); 26.5″ x 40″ (edition of 5 + 1 AP).
Stephen Perloff is the founder and editor of The Photo Review, a critical journal of international scope publishing since 1976, and editor of The Photograph Collector, the leading source of information on the photography art market. He has taught photography and the history of photography at numerous Philadelphia-area colleges and universities and has been the recipient of two grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts for arts criticism. He was the recipient of the Sol Mednick Award for 2000 from the Mid-Atlantic region of the Society for Photographic Education, the first annual Vanguard Award from the Philadelphia Center for the Photographic Image in 2007, and the Colin Ford Award for Curatorship from the Royal Photographic Society in 2012.
His photographs have appeared in numerous exhibitions and reside in many museum and private collections, including those of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the George Eastman House, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Lehigh University, Haverford College, and the University of North Dakota. His exhibition, “Unseen Color, Part I,” was shown at The Light Room Gallery, Philadelphia, in March and April 2012; and “Unseen Color, Part II: East and West” was on view at The Light Room in May and June 2013. His work was recently included in the exhibitions “An Evolving Legacy: Twenty Years of Collecting at the Michener Art Museum” at the James A. Michener Art Museum (June 2009 – January 2010); “Streets of Philadelphia: Photography 1970–1985” at The Print Center, Philadelphia (fall 2009 and traveling to Lithuania in late 2016); “The Silver Garden” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (February – July 2005); “Continuum: Photography in Philadelphia: Past, Present, and Future” at the Free Library of Philadelphia (March–July 2007); “Filling the Frame” at Photo West Gallery, Philadelphia