Pace/MacGill and Pace Announce New Representation of Lee Friedlander, Plan Fall Exhibition

Lee Friedlander, 'Nude,' 1979. © Lee Friedlander. (Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco)

Lee Friedlander is now represented in New York by Pace/MacGill and Pace, it has just been announced. The American photographer known for his black and white urban social landscapes taken with a hand-held 35-mm camera as well as for his nudes, in particular his nude photographs of a young Madonna (see left) taken in 1978 for Playboy, will kick off his representation by Pace/MacGill and Pace with a two-venue exhibition this fall. Read More


LaToya Ruby Frazier Now Represented by Galerie Michel Rein in Paris

LaToya Ruby Frazier, "Where is Emergency Care for Braddock?" 2010. (© LaToya Ruby Frazier, courtesy the artist)

Paris’s Galerie Michel Rein just announced that it now represents LaToya Ruby Frazier, the New York- and New Brunwick, N.J.-based photographer who has been a star of the 2009 New Museum Triennial, the MoMA PS1’s 2010 Greater New York and the 2012 Whitney Biennial, where she presented photographs shot in her hometown of Braddock, Pa. The gallery plans to show her work in the Art Positions section of Art Basel Miami Beach in 2012. Read More


Report: Corcoran Gallery May Sell Washington, D.C., Home

Corcoran Gallery of Art (Courtesy Washington City Paper)

The Corcoran Gallery of Art, in Washington, D.C., may be planning to sell its current home, a Beaux-Arts building at 17th Street and New York Avenue NW, and relocate, the Washington City Paper reports, citing three unnamed sources.

While a location has not been named, two sources told the paper independently that one possibility for the relocation, which is said to be the result of the shuffling of the institution’s leadership, is the waterfront in Alexandria, Va. Read More