The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will be hosting Doug Hall: The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described. The large scale sculptural installation, which includes multiple channels of video, will be on display at the San Francisco Art Institute from March 28th to June 6th, 2015.

Michael Najjar is preparing himself  for a journey into space as part of his "outer space" art project. A new documentary film shows his preparations at various aerospace training centers in the USA, Germany and Russia. The film will be released in Spring 2015. Click READ MORE to view the trailor.

The Boston Globe has published an article on Christopher Payne's current exhibition Asylum now on view at Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA. The exhibition will be on view until January 31st.

The New York Times online has posted a video called Fire and Ice: Mt. Kenya's Lost Glaciers, which documents Simon Norfolk's recent images in Africa.

Record Online has published an article on Jeffrey Milstein's images from Cuba and the changes there.

The Washington Post has published an article and review of Laura McPhee's new book, The Home and the World: A View of Calcutta.

Feature Shoot Magazine has published an interview with Christopher Payne.

Our new gallery space is almost ready to visit. We will be having an official opening February 5th with our inaugural exhibition Simon Norfolk: Stratographs. We are open by appointment only until then.