News and event information relating to fine-art photographer Ken Rosenthal. Represented by Klompching Gallery, NY; Etherton Gallery, Tucson; Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe; Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco.
My work featured in the four-person exhibition Shots In The Dark at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, NM. Curated by Kate Ware, the museum’s amazing curator of photography, the exhibition also features work by my friends and colleagues Christopher Colville, scott b. davis, and Michael Lundgren. On exhibit through March 31, 2019.
I'm honored too have my work included in the exhibition Black | White : Masters of the Darkroom and Analog Photography opening today through April 19 at the Grace Museum in Abilene, Texas. Other photographers in the exhibition include Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Russell Lee, and Marion Post Wolcott.
I'm pleased to have work included in the Diffusion 5th Anniversary Exhibition at Verve Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition opens today and runs through April 26, with an artists reception on March 7 from 5-7 pm. Other photographers in the exhibition include John Chervinsky, Susan kae Grant, Polly Chandler and Jennifer Hudson Thoreson.
I'm excited to announce that my photograph Not Dark Yet #HS-11/12 is included in the monumental exhibition Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection at the Chicago Cultural Center. The exhibition is on view from January 28 until July 8. It is truly an honor to be included in this exhibition alongside numerous masters including Rembrandt, Albrecht Dürer, Hans Bellmar, Jasper Johns, Robert Mapplethorpe, Andy Warhol, and Goya.
I'm looking forward to a trio of events in July while I am up in the Pacific Northwest shooting for my new series The Forest. I will be giving a free presentation in Portland, OR at Newspace Center for Photography on July 11 from 7-9 pm. In Seattle, I will be lecturing at the Photographic Center Northwest on July 13 at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $10, $8 for PCNW members. On July 14 I will be in Victoria, BC for the opening of the Diffusion IV exhibition at Luz Gallery. I will be speaking with Diffusion publisher Blue Mitchell at 6:30 pm, with the reception running until 9:00 pm. Signed copies of Photographs 2001-2009 will be available for sale at all events.
I am excited to announce that my work is now represented by KLOMPCHING Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. KLOMPCHING Gallery represents a highly selective and dynamic group of contemporary artists, and I am honored to have been asked to join the gallery. To view the representation announcement, click here
My first exhibition at the gallery, with photographer Vojtech V. Slama, premieres with an opening reception on Thursday March 8, 2012, from 6-8 pm. I will be attending the reception, and hope that you will come by if you are in NY. View the invitation here. The exhibition runs through April 20, 2012.
KLOMPCHING Gallery is located at 111 Front St., Suite 206, in Brooklyn, NY. For further information and purchase inquiries, please contact Debra Klomp Ching. T: +1 212 796 2070
I have donated an edition of 25 silver-gelatin prints through the great organization collect.give, with 100% of funds raised benefitting the Trichotillomania Learning Center. TLC’s mission is to end the suffering caused by hair pulling disorder, which affects millions…often young girls. I have a very personal connection to this cause. Please consider buying a print, and help some children to better manage this stigmatizing disorder.
Photographs 2001-2009 was named to photo-eye’s The Best Books of 2011 list!
I am honored by my catalogue’s inclusion on photo-eye’s The Best Books of 2011 list. Thank you to Candela Books' Gordon Stettenius, and to Susan Burnstine for thinking enough of my book to include it amongst your selections. There were so many fine photography books released this year…my catalogue is in very good company on this list. Click here to order a copy of Ken Rosenthal : Photographs 2001-2009 from photo-eye.
I have a print in this years SF Camerawork benefit auction, Seen and Not Seen #923-2. Prints from more than 200 artists will be auctioned to benefit this great photographic organizations efforts. Please take a look. Bidding in the live auction begins at 1 pm on Saturday, December 3rd. Online absentee bids are accepted!
Copies should be in stock now, and I will be bringing additional copies with me to Santa Fe later this week when I head out to attend the SPE SW Regional Conference.
My exhibition Retrospective is now on exhibit at Wall Space Gallery. The opening reception was this past Saturday, and it is a beautiful show. Crista Dix has crafted a very strong narrative with her sequencing of the show, which features work from 2001-2011. It was a thrill for me to see work from my new series The Forest on a gallery wall for the first time. Coinciding with the opening was the release of my first catalogue, Photographs: 2001-2009. It was a wonderful weekend, and to have all of this take place in Southern California (where I grew up) was quite special. Thanks to all who attended the opening, to Crista Dix for mounting such a wonderful exhibition, and to my dear friend Mary Virginia Swanson who has helped me so much over the years (and who had a huge hand in the development of the catalogue.) If you are in Southern California between now and November 20, I hope you will be able to view the show.
The first three prints from my new series The Forest will be released this Saturday, October 15. They will be shown for the first time as part of my exhibition Retrospective, which opens at Wall Space Gallery the evening of October 15, 6-8 pm. Prints from The Forest are printed in an edition of 10. They are 24”x16” (image) on 32”x24” Hahnemühle cotton rag paper. If you are in Southern California, please stop into Wall Space Gallery for the first glimpse of my newest work. Retrospective runs from October 12 through November 20. Click the image above for a larger view!
This summer I was contacted by Corbis, the stock agency that licenses my work. They had been in talks with German typography magazine SLANTED, which was interested in publishing a number of my images and interviewing me for their Fall 2011 issue, Experimental. It is a gorgeous quarterly, as one would expect, and there are five or six different covers. The issue is now out, and features a two page interview and a dozen of my images (as well as a portrait of me in the contributors section by emerging artist Zoe Rosenthal.) You can click through and view several images above.
An editioned 16”x20” print of my image of the crying baby, Seen and Not Seen # FJR-46-5, is featured in the upcoming auction benefitting San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts. The auction is on October 5 from 6-10 pm. A preview exhibition of auction prints is on display at MOPA from September 30-October 3. To view the auction catalogue online click here.