David Richard Gallery

Exhibition Details

HISTORY / HER STORY

Featuring artwork by Abbey Hepner, Jessamyn Lovell, Delilah Montoya, Cara Romero, Kali Spitzer, Laurie Tümer, and Maria Varela
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America The Beautiful 2

Abbey Hepner

America The Beautiful 2

Snow globe
7.25 x 6 x 6 inches
Call For Price
Black Gold

Abbey Hepner

Black Gold

Snow globe with 3D printed object
5 x 4 x 4 inches
Call For Price
Buried

Abbey Hepner

Buried

Snow globe
3 x 2.375 x 2.375 inches
Call For Price
Capture

Abbey Hepner

Capture

Snow globe
2.6 x 1.75 x 1.75 inches
SOLD
Columbia Generating Station

Abbey Hepner

Columbia Generating Station, Hanford, Washington

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Hanford Site 1

Abbey Hepner

Hanford Site 1, Hanford, Washington

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Hanford Site 2

Abbey Hepner

Hanford Site 2, Hanford, Washington

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Idaho National Labs_ Idaho Falls_ Idaho

Abbey Hepner

Idaho National Labs, Idaho Falls, Idaho

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
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Leyden Jar

Abbey Hepner

Leyden Jar

Snow globe
3 x 2.375 x 2.375 inches
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Liberation

Abbey Hepner

Liberation

Snow globe
4 x 3.125 x 3.125 inches
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Los Alamos National Lab_ New Mexico

Abbey Hepner

Los Alamos National Lab, New Mexico

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
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Nevada National Security Site_ Outside of Las Vegas_ Nevada

Abbey Hepner

Nevada National Security Site, Outside of Las Vegas, Nevada

Archival pigment print
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Octane

Abbey Hepner

Octane

Snow globe with 3D printed object
4 x 3.125 x 3.125 inches
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Pledge of Allegiance

Abbey Hepner

Pledge of Allegiance

Snow globe with sound
7.25 x 6 x 6 inches
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Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge_ Arvada_ Colorado

Abbey Hepner

Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge, Arvada, Colorado

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
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Urenco_ Eunice_ New Mexico

Abbey Hepner

Urenco, Eunice, New Mexico

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Utopia

Abbey Hepner

Utopia

Snow globe
7.25 x 6 x 6 inches
Call For Price
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant 1_ Carlsbad_ New Mexico

Abbey Hepner

Waste Isolation Pilot Plant 1, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant 2_ Carlsbad_ New Mexico

Abbey Hepner

Waste Isolation Pilot Plant 2, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Archival pigment print from Uranotype
9 x 13 inches
Call For Price
With Power

Abbey Hepner

With Power

Snow globe With 3D object and sound
6 x 4.625 x 4.625 inches
Call For Price
Yesterday

Abbey Hepner

Yesterday

Snow globe with 3D printed object with sound
5.5 x 4 x 4 inches
Call For Price
Deer in Headlights

Jessamyn Lovell

Deer in Headlights

Archival inkjet print
8.5 x 11 inches
No Vacancy

Jessamyn Lovell

No Vacancy

Archival inkjet print
8 x 10 inches
Call For Price
Self Portrait (with blonde wig)

Jessamyn Lovell

Self Portrait (with blonde wig)

Archival inkjet print
11.75 x 15.75 inches
Call For Price
Shadow Self

Jessamyn Lovell

Shadow Self

Archival inkjet print
11.75 x 15.75 inches
Call For Price

Jessamyn Lovell

Surveillance (Walking Road)

Gelatin silver print
8 x 10 inches
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Surveillance (Window)

Jessamyn Lovell

Surveillance (Window)

Gelatin silver print
8 x 10 inches
Call For Price

Jessamyn Lovell

Surveillance (Smoking)

Archival inkjet print
8.5 x 11 inches
Call For Price
Surveillance (Smoking)

Jessamyn Lovell

Surveillance (Smoking)

Gelatin silver print
8 x 10 inches
Call For Price

Jessamyn Lovell

Fingerprints

Gelatin silver print
4.5 x 7 inches
Call For Price
03_21_2013_ 10_46a (searching for estranged father – ribbon marker)

Jessamyn Lovell

03/21/2013, 10:46a (searching for estranged father – ribbon marker)

Polaroid
Call For Price
06_21_2016_ 3_20p (client home - paper scrap)

Jessamyn Lovell

06/21/2016, 3:20p (client home - paper scrap)

Polaroid
Call For Price
Dark Path

Jessamyn Lovell

Dark Path

Archival inkjet print
8.5 x 11 inches
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07_10_2016_ 9_22p (delivery of goods – shadow profile)

Jessamyn Lovell

07/10/2016, 9:22p (delivery of goods – shadow profile)

Polaroid
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02_26_2009_ 5_38p (searching for estranged father - clouds)

Jessamyn Lovell

02/26/2009, 5:38p (searching for estranged father - clouds)

Polaroid
Call For Price
No Trespassing Sign

Jessamyn Lovell

No Trespassing Sign

Archival inkjet print
8.5 x 11 inches
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04_07_2016_ 11_22a (surveillance - staircase)

Jessamyn Lovell

04/07/2016, 11:22a (surveillance - staircase)

Polaroid
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06_02_2016_ 2_55p

Jessamyn Lovell

06/02/2016, 2:55p

Polaroid
Call For Price
02_02_2016_ 1_09p

Jessamyn Lovell

02/02/2016, 1:09p

Polaroid
Call For Price
Driving back down the coast

Jessamyn Lovell

Driving back down the coast

Archival inkjet print
8.5 x 11 inches
Casta 5

Delilah Montoya

Casta 5

Photograph, infused dye on aluminum, wood, glass test tube, sand
35.75 x 38 x 2.25 inches
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Casta 7

Delilah Montoya

Casta 7

Photograph, infused dye on aluminum, wood, glass test tube, sand
35.75 x 38 x 2.25 inches
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Casta 13

Delilah Montoya

Casta 13

Photograph, infused dye on aluminum, wood, glass test tube, sand
35.75 x 38 x 2.25 inches
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Casta 15

Delilah Montoya

Casta 15

Photograph, infused dye on aluminum, wood, glass test tube, sand
35.75 x 38 x 2.25 inches
Call For Price
Jenna (NM Native Boxer)

Cara Romero

Jenna (NM Native Boxer)

Archival photograph
45.75 x 44 inches
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Cara Romero

Nuwuv Woman (Silhouette with Cholla)

Archival photograph
66.75 x 44 inches
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Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design)

Cara Romero

Kaa (Clay Lady with Mesa Verde Design)

Archival photograph
50.5 x 44 inches
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Nikki (Dine Woman in Birthing Pose)

Cara Romero

Nikki (Dine Woman in Birthing Pose)

Archival photograph
42.25 x 47.5 inches
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Sheridan (reclining Chemehuevi woman in white clay)

Cara Romero

Sheridan (reclining Chemehuevi woman in white clay)

Archival photograph
66.75 x 44 inches
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Wakeah (Kiowa_Comanche Doll in Box)

Cara Romero

Wakeah (Kiowa/Comanche Doll in Box)

Archival photograph
44 x 57 inches
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Angel Mills

Kali Spitzer

Angel Mills

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Bianca Shannon

Kali Spitzer

Bianca Shannon

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Cara Romero

Kali Spitzer

Cara Romero

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
Call For Price
Eloise Spitzer

Kali Spitzer

Eloise Spitzer

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
SOLD
Fern II

Kali Spitzer

Fern II

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
Call For Price
Ginger Dunnill

Kali Spitzer

Ginger Dunnill

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Melaw Nakehk_o

Kali Spitzer

Melaw Nakehk'o

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Meredith Horiuchi

Kali Spitzer

Meredith Horiuchi

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Meredith Horiuchi II

Kali Spitzer

Meredith Horiuchi II

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
Sasha LaPointe

Kali Spitzer

Sasha LaPointe

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Tania Larsson II

Kali Spitzer

Tania Larsson II

Archival pigment print
30 x 24 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ Farmworker

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: Farmworker

Lenticular print
32 x 23 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ In My Study - (A _ B)

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: In My Study - (A & B)

Lenticular print
20 x 48 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ Studies in Blue - (A)

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: Studies in Blue - (A)

Lenticular print
14 x 21 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ Studies in Red - A

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: Studies in Red - (A)

Lenticular print
14 x 21 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ Studies in White - (A)

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: Studies in White - (A)

Lenticular print
14 x 21 inches
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Glowing Evidence_ La Table Servie

Laurie Tümer

Glowing Evidence: La Table Servie

Digital pigment print
15 x 20 inches
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Africa and Us

Maria Varela

Africa and Us

8 x 10 inches
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Black Panther

Maria Varela

Black Panther

8 x 10 inches
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Will we get _Freedom Now__

Maria Varela

Will we get Freedom Now?

8 x 10 inches
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Convergence

Maria Varela

Convergence

8 x 10 inches
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Ain_t Goin to Let No Rain Turn Us Around

Maria Varela

Ain't Goin to Let No Rain Turn Us Around

8 x 10 inches
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Together We_re Not Afraid

Maria Varela

Together We're Not Afraid

8 x 10 inches
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Black is Beautiful

Maria Varela

Black is Beautiful

8 x 10 inches
Victory at Last

Maria Varela

Victory at Last

8 x 10 inches
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Headquarters

Maria Varela

Headquarters

8 x 10 inches
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This is what Black Power Looks Like

Maria Varela

This is what Black Power Looks Like

8 x 10 inches
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Amy_s First Day

Maria Varela

Amy's First Day

8 x 10 inches
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Freedom School turned Headstart

Maria Varela

Freedom School turned Headstart

8 x 10 inches
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Our Place

Maria Varela

Our Place

8 x 10 inches
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Rosedale House

Maria Varela

Rosedale House

8 x 10 inches
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Homeless Again

Maria Varela

Homeless Again

8 x 10 inches
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Delta Sweep

Maria Varela

Delta Sweep

8 x 10 inches
Eviction

Maria Varela

Eviction

8 x 10 inches
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Mississippi Winter

Maria Varela

Mississippi Winter

8 x 10 inches
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We Marched

Maria Varela

We Marched

8 x 10 inches
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My Man in Canton

Maria Varela

My Man in Canton

8 x 10 inches
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HISTORY / HER STORY” presents the work of Abbey Hepner, Jessamyn Lovell, Delilah Montoya, Cara Romero, Kali Spitzer and Laurie Tümer, six artists who take innovative approaches to their chosen mediums and who engage with themes of ethnicity, identity, land use, and the environment. 

The exhibition includes more than 60 objects showcasing a range of early and new works by each artist and also include a special presentation of Maria Varela's Civil Rights photographs from the 1960s which will be on view June 23 through July 29, 2017 at David Richard Gallery. The artists were selected by the NMC 20th Anniversary Committee, David Eichholtz and Howard Rutkowski.

HISTORY / HER STORY is an opportunity to celebrate emerging and mid-career New Mexican women photographers,” said Eva Borins, President of the New Mexico State Committee “We are delighted to showcase these six exceptional artists and to bring their works into the greater consciousness of New Mexico.”

“This group of women photographers is linked by their personal journeys, and their individual approaches to illuminating deeply held beliefs,” said David Eichholtz, gallery owner at DavidRichard Gallery.

 

About the artist's work:

Abbey Hepner’s Transuranic series provides a close-up look at the radioactive waste at sites in the western United States. Her accompanying snow globes trap modern-day nuclear landscapes in miniature.

Jessamyn Lovell works with photography, video, and surveillance as tools to document her own life experiences making connections between class and personal identity. Her D.I.Y. P.I. consists of tangible and ephemeral materials related to commissions from interested parties. These physical art works take their form in photography, video, and hand made books and other objects.

Delilah Montoya explores the unusual relationships that result from negotiating different ways of viewing, conceptualizing, representing and consuming the worlds found in the Southwest from her own perspective as a feminist Chicana artist from a matriarchal family. Montoya’s Casta Portraiture employs photographic constructions including a family portrait accompanied by racial identifying information.

Cara Romero’s work, a mélange of fine art and documentary style, is often whimsical and with a complex interplay of social commentary, adaptation and examination of modern culture with a distinctly modern indigenous world view.

Kali Spitzer challenges pre-conceived notions of race, gender and identity through her portraits. For her series, An Exploration of Resilience, Spitzer  photographed her community of mostly indigenous and mixed heritage people through the timeless format of the tintype.

Laurie Tümer’s Glowing Evidence series borrows from science to simulate the ubiquitous presence of pesticides and other environmental contaminants that we can’t normally see – in our homes, gardens, and in our bodies.  Her animated lenticular prints allow viewers to experience the seen and unseen in one photograph..

 

Publication

An accompanying catalog with an essay by Kathryn M Davis is underwritten by the Barbara Erdman Foundation. The catalog will be available for purchase at the exhibition.

 

Exhibition Opening: 

Friday, June 23 5:00 - 7:00 PM

David Richard Gallery 

 

Film Screening:

Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning with Dyanna Taylor

Friday, June 30 6:30 PM

CCA (Center for Contemporary Arts)

1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM

Tickets: CCASantaFe.org

Grab A Hunk of Lightning, a 110-minute film narrated and directed by Dorothea Lange’s granddaughter, award-winning filmmaker Dyanna Taylor, tells the compelling story of the passion, vision, and drive that made Lange one of the most important documentary photographers of the 20th century.  While Lange’s haunting image The Migrant Mother is one of the most recognized photographs in the world, few know the full range and depth of Lange’s work or the suffering and sensitivity that drew her to empathize with the people she photographed. Grab A Hunk of Lightning brings the wide scope of Lange’s work and sensibility to the screen.

 

Panel Discussion:

The Power of Photography   

Wednesday, July 12 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Featuring Kathryn M Davis, Lucy Lippard and Maria Varela

moderated by Merry Scully

Tickets:  newmexicowomeninthearts.org

David Richard Gallery

 

Artist Gallery Talk:

Wednesday, July 5, 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Featuring artist Delilah Montoya, Kali Spitzer and Laurie Tümer - moderated by Laura Addison

David Richard Gallery

 

Artist Gallery Talk:

Wednesday, July 19, 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Featuring artists - Abbey Hepner, Jessamyn Lovell and Cara Romero - moderated by Katherine Ware

David Richard Gallery

 

Jessamyn Lovell D. I. Y. P. I. discussion and performance:

Saturday, June 24, 4:00 - 5:00 PM

Saturday, July 8, 4:00 - 5:00 PM

Saturday, July 22, 4:00 - 5:00 PM

David Richard Gallery

 

About the New Mexico State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts

The New Mexico State Committee (NMC) of the National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates its twentieth anniversary of its founding in 1997. NMC supports the mission of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC and also brings recognition to the achievements of New Mexico women artists.

 

About David Richard Gallery
 

Since its inception the gallery has produced museum quality exhibitions that feature Post War abstraction in the US. The presentations have addressed specific decades and geographies as well as certain movements and tendencies. While the gallery has long been recognized as an important proponent of post-1960s abstraction—including both the influential pioneers as well as a younger generation of practitioners in this field—in keeping with this spirit of nurture and development the gallery presents established and very new artists who embrace more gestural and representational approaches to the making of art as well as young emerging artists.
 

In 2015 David Richard Gallery launched DR Projects to provide a platform for artists of all stripes—international, national, local, emerging and established—to present special solo projects or participate in unique collaborations or thematic exhibitions. The goal is to offer a fresh look at contemporary art practice from a broad spectrum of artists and presentations. 

 

Barbara Erdman Foundation

The Barbara Erdman Foundation provides support for the exhibition, HISTORY / HER STORY.  Barbara Erdman Foundation's generosity makes possible this special 20th anniversary exhibition of the New Mexico State Committee of the Natiional Museum of Women in the Arts.

 

 

The photography exhibition and artists talks in our gallery during July are part of PhotoSummer 2017

 


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