American Lens: Black & White Photography

September 15 – October 19, 2016

John Langmore- T Lazy S Ranch

Five artists intersect in multiple ways. George Tice and Bank Langmore strive to preserve a memory of a specifically American time and place. Both observe environments where people live and work, one on the urban landscape of the East; the other on the scenes of the Cowboy West. Their examination of the everyday places that we may seldom notice is amplified and mirrored in the photographs of those they mentored, Bruce Wodder, Peter Bosco and the son of Bank, John Langmore. While striving to capture a truthful depiction of a chosen way of life, these five photographers also share the thread of using their images to illustrate the commonality of worlds at risk of vanishing. Curators: York Baker + Kirsten Pitts

Bank Langmore

D Bank Standing cowboy
D Bank roping
Bank-Langmore

John Langmore

John Langmore- T Lazy S Ranch
Scott Ranch Pryor, Montana 2013
John-Langmore,-Sam-Dove--005

George Tice

George Tice, Ferry Slip, Jersey City, NJ, 1979 WEB
george Tice -White Castle, Route #1, Rahway, NJ, 1973 web
George Tice -From the Chrysler Building, NY, 1978 WEB

Bruce Wodder

Wodder, Bruce - Home_Team__Washingtonville_PA_2012
Wodder, Bruce , Front Yard Sprinkler, LA, Calif__2004
Wodder, Bruce, Parker Street, Perth Amboy, NJ Dec._2015

Peter Bosco

Bosco, Peter , Gas Purification Tank, (Defunct). Milford. CT, 17 x 14 silver print
Bosco, Peter - Tenements, San Francisco, 17 x 14 silver print
Bosco, Peter - Secret Window, 8th @ 42nd St., 17 x 14 silver print

Thursday, September 15  Book Signing

Saturday, September 17  Artist Talk

Friday, September 30  Documentary Film Screening

Sunday, October 1, 2 pm  ARTIST TALK with Peter Bosco & Bruce Wodder