2013 has been an amazing year for the Klompching Gallery. We are especially thankful for the honor of working with our 26 individually talented and creative artists, and the patronage of our clients who have visited the artists' exhibitions and acquired their artworks. A big thank you, also, to the art critics, photo editors and reviewers who have recognized our artists through their reviews of exhibitions throughout the year.
White Sands #4 © Paula McCartney
from A Field Guide to Snow and Ice
The gallery team is now preparing for our first exhibition of 2014, A Field Guide to Snow and Ice, by Paula McCartney. Please mark your calendars for the artist reception on Thursday, January 9th, 6pm–8pm.
In the meantime, we'll be operating the following hours:
December 23–26: Closed
December 27–31: Appointments Only
January 1: Closed
January 2–8: Appointments Only
LOOKING BACK OVER 'JUST SOME' OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013:
JIM NAUGHTEN was published by Merrell Publishers with his second monograph–Conflict and Costume–had his second solo show at Klompching Gallery, work exhibited at the Honolulu Museum of Art and the Imperial War Museum, and work from the Hereros series was acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
HELEN SEAR was recognized as one of "Wales' most important and insightful artists", with a major retrospective exhibition, was awarded the prestigious Wakelin Award and exhibited at Fototropia in Guatemala.
CARA BARER was shown at the gallery with her first solo exhibition.
SIMON ROBERTS had work exhibited at Somerset House (London), his third monograph–Pierdom–published by Dewi Lewis Ltd., which coincided with his third solo exhibition at Klompching Gallery.
ODETTE ENGLAND had work from the Thrice Upon A Time series acquired by the George Eastman House, with photographs from the same series exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago).
WILLIAM GREINER published his photo book, Show and Tell, exhibiting the project at the Louisiana State University Glassell Gallery.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY exhibited for the first time, at the AIPAD Photo Show at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, showcasing the work of 12 of our artists, including the launch of new work by Max de Esteban, and we were delighted to announce gallery representation of Cara Barer and Manuel Cosentino.
With several of our artists nearing completion of new work, we look forward to the 2014 calendar year and having the opportunity to exhibiting their artworks, and bringing it to the market. Stay tuned ...