Galeria Leme, Sao Paulo
September 16 – October 30, 2010
Sebastiaan Bremer: Invasos Holandesas no Rio de Janeiro, 2010
42 x 48 acrylic and ink on digital c-print
Sebastian Bremer’s first solo show in Sao Paulo reflects his interest in Dutch / Brazilian 17th century history. Entwined with references to early Dutch painters, politics and the passage of time; these multi-image digital c-prints are made all the more complex by Bremer’s meticulous surface renderings in acrylic and ink … a dense eyeful, to say the very least.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co
September 10 – October 16, 2010
Janaina Tschape: Acqua Alta #1, 201040 x 50 optical c-print, non-glare plexi face mount
Tschape’s multi-disciplinary exhibition at Sikkema-Jenkins includes a series of 40 x 50 conventionally enlarged c-prints, face-mounted with P-99 non-glare plexi.
All Together Now
NP Contemporary Arts Center (formerly Envoy Gallery)
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
A one night show? Hell, we almost missed it ourselves … but that’s not to say that we didn’t spend a lot of time working out conventional darkroom solutions with Thomas for his new series All Together Now.
August Pross (foreground) sorts through it all with Thomas Dozol at LTI/Lightside
testing along the way
Tags: Conventional C-Printing, Digital-C Printing, Exhibitions, Janaina Tschape, Mounting, Scanning, Sebastiaan Bremer, Thomas Dozol