Leica Gallery Boston Presents Alain Laboile: Quotidian2017.09.23
Alain Laboile’s exhibition features an artist talk and an Akademie workshop that will entail the spontaneity, creativity and complicity in photography by using and optimizing the surrounding environment in visual storytelling. This self-taught photographer who only possesses one picture of his own childhood simply wished to record the passing of time with his family. Much of the inspiration behind Laboile’s collections stem from his desire to transform the transient moments of his children’s’ lives into everlasting memories that can be viewed years later.
Leica Gallery Boston Present: Susan S. Bank2017.08.10
Experience rural and urban Cuba through the lyrical images of artist and photographer Susan S. Bank. Bank will present her award winning books, "Cuba: Campo Adentro" and "Piercing the Darkness", followed by a lively conversation with the artist herself, Liz Munsell, Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art & Special Initiatives at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Iaritza Menjivar, artist and documentary photographer, moderated by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez, Curator at Leica Gallery Boston.
Leica Gallery Boston Presents ROLLING THROUGH THE SHADOWS2017.06.29 - 2017.08.27
Leica Gallery Boston presents ROLLING THROUGH THE SHADOWS featuring photography by Anthony Acosta, Arto Saari, Atiba Jefferson, Dennis McGrath, Ed Templeton, Fred Mortagne, Grant Brittain, Greg Hunt, Jerry Hsu, Joe Brook, Jon Humphries, Ray Barbee, Thomas Campbell and Tobin Yelland
Leica Gallery Boston Presents: THE SEA by EJ Camp2017.05.04 - 2017.06.25
Renowned for her rich photographic career including celebrity portraits, magazine covers, movie posters and advertising campaigns, EJ Camp has also created extraordinary fine art landscape images. For over 30 years, and throughout the progression of her editorial and commercial career, Camp has photographed the sea and its shores.
2016.11.03 - 2016.01.01
"60 Seconds" delves into a realm of abstract figures, fluidity, and poetic forms, challenging and seducing the limits of motion contained within still image. With each photograph taken handheld with a 60 second exposure, de Paola has discovered the connection between his physiological make up, the Leica M camera as a tool, and time, the unflinching competitor to the timeless image.