Exhibitions at Nohra Haime Gallery
The Chorographic Commission, the Caribbean, 172 years later
"As an artist, my work always involves people, with them and for them,I create unusual narratives around daily situations to reveal new insights to what we have become overly accustomed to seeing."
Ruby Rumié’s fourth solo exhibition at the Nohra Haime Gallery, "Nosotros 172 años después," consists of a series of 100 photographs referencing the Colombian Caribbean: its people, their diversity and its food.
"Colombia is considered a country … more
Common Place is a joint project by Colombian artist Ruby Rumié and French-American photographer Justine Graham.
The topic of this project by Rumié and Graham is the relationship between Latin American housekeepers and their employers, exploring issues of gender, power, class, and race. Made up of photographs, videos, and interviews with one hundred women between the ages of nineteen and ninety-five, this multidisciplinary project combines art and sociology, seeking to dismantle t… more
This major exhibition will include a series of photographs, a video, a poster, and five volumes on Cartagena’s ambulant street vendors.
This new body of work was born from a chance encounter between the artist, Ruby Rumié, and Dominga Torres Tehran, a woman who for more than 45 years has walked the city streets selling fish. Dominga caught the attention of the artist for her unique and natural beauty. For nearly half a century this woman worked unnoticed, but at that moment, she… more
Renowned American photographer, Eve Sonneman, is celebrated for her singular technique of pairing stills taken seconds apart, and presenting them side-by-side. In1971, her career launched when she was included in the Young Photographers exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Since then, she has continued to explore photography with an insightful talent; always observing the tiny, delicate changes occurring in a split second.
For the last several years, Sonneman has explored a new… more
EVE SONNEMANRECENT PHOTOGRAPHS AND PAINTINGSMarch 14 – April 28, 2011EVE SONNEMAN: RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS AND PAINTINGS, an exhibition comprised of 17 diptych color photographs from the series Eve Sonneman’s La Côte d’Azur and 7 oil paintings, will be on view at the Nohra Haime Gallery from March 14th through April 28th.Playing with the idea of cinematic vision, making diptychs of action taken seconds apart, Sonneman records the fleeting glimpses of daily life in the French R… more
GREGG LOUISEVERYDAY UFOs March 16 - April 23, 2011 EVERYDAY UFOs, an exhibition of recent photography by Gregg Louis, will be on view in the project room at the Nohra Haime Gallery from March 16th through April 23rd.In his first solo exhibition in New York, Louis uses photography to construct uncanny images of UFOs out of found household objects such as light bulbs, TV antennas, dishes, plungers, etc. His process of arranging, stacking, and transposing these mundane objects against a black backd… more
Works from the 70’s
EVE SONNEMANSIGHT/SOUNDWorks from the 70’s December 8, 2010 – January 29, 2011 EVE SONNEMAN: SIGHT/SOUND, an exhibition comprised of 7 color photographs will be on view at the Nohra Haime Gallery from December 8th through January 29th. These seminal works, previously exhibited in Starburst: Color Photography in America 1970-1980, mark the artist’s transition from black and white to color photography. Known for pairing stills taken seconds apart, Sonneman creates unified visual … more
EVE SONNEMAN: LA COTE D'AZUR, an intriguing exhibition including a series of thirteen diptych color photographs will be on view at the Nohra Haime Gallery from October 7 through November 7. In her most recent body of work, Sonneman turns her lens towards the South of France. As she presents the viewer with sequence shots of people engaged in leisure activities, the artist explores the notion of the landscape as witness to the passage of time.
Keeping with her signature style, first exhibited a… more
Margeaux Walter's first one-person exhibition, ONENESS, will be on view at the Nohra Haime Gallery from February 12 through March 12, 2008. A series of six haunting portraits of isolation and distance depict the present human condition.
In her new series, Oneness, Walter has created a group of minimalist portraits that imitate gestures and expressions one might see every day as humans interact. Through these portraits, Walter is exploring the change in human communication as technologies advanc… more
HUGO TILLMAN: CHINESE CONTEMPORARY
September 5- November 5, 2006: SHANGHAI BIENNALE
September 12 to October 7, 2006: NOHRA HAIME GALLERY
British artist Hugo Tillman's new series of color photographs, on view at Nohra Haime Gallery from September 12th to October 7th, turns his lens towards China, the fastest growing force in art and economics. As the world focuses on this emerging powerhouse, Tillman examines in the most intimate of portrayals, fourteen of the leading Chinese artists of toda… more