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Splash!

Klompching Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 206, 212-796-2070
DUMBO
April 30 - June 19, 2009
Reception: Thursday, April 30, 6 - 8 PM
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RENATE ALLER | TESSA BUNNEY | ELAINE DUIGENAN | CORNELIA HEDIGER PAULA McCARTNEY | SIMON ROBERTS | LISA M. ROBINSON | VOJTECH V. SLAMA

KLOMPCHING GALLERY is pleased to announce Splash!, a group exhibition of contemporary fine art photographs by photographers represented by the Klompching Gallery.

Splash! is the gallery’s 10th exhibition. Since our inception in October 2007, we’ve made quite a splash, with the photographs by our artists’ exhibitions being favorably reviewed in publications such as The New Yorker, Modern Painters, Art Review, New York Magazine, The British Journal of Photography, The New York Times, Hotshoe and The Architect’s Newspaper. We are taking this opportunity to celebrate their successes, by re-presenting a selection of images from exhibitions shown over the past eighteen months, as well as introducing for the first time, the photographs of three new artists.

Featured in the exhibition will be a selection of photographs from Lisa M. Robinson’s notable Snowbound project, photographed over a five year period and published as a monograph in 2007 by Kehrer Verlag. The highly acclaimed Motherland photo series on Russia, by Simon Roberts and published by Chris Boot Ltd, formed our inaugural exhibition and is re-presented ahead of his solo show of We English in Fall 2009 (a preview of We English can be viewed at the NY Photo Festival in May 2009). Renate Aller will feature a newly-released photograph from the Seascapes: One Location series. Net by Elaine Duigenan was a popular summer exhibition in 2008 and is being shown prior to the upcoming release of her new work. Following her successful solo show in Fall 2008, Cornelia Hediger has gone on to be awarded a coveted PDN’s 30 this year, with her arresting Doppelgänger series, of which a small selection will be shown.

Introduced for the first time will be the work of Paula McCartney, with her Bird Watching series, to be exhibited in it’s entirety in March 2010, together with the release of her first monograph, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Tessa Bunney will be showing a selection of photographs from her Hand to Mouth series, that documents the disappearing farming communities in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. Finally, we are delighted to exhibit the magical photographs of Vojtech V. Slama, from the Czech Republic, with images from his Wolf’s Honey series.

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