Photo courtesy ASMP member Robert Seale
ASMP Member Events
Members: This is the place where ASMP will promote your work being featured at a gallery exhibit or event, publication of a book, or your hosting of a workshop, etc. We will post the details on this page, and also on ASMP social media forums.
Include member name, dates, location, title of event or exhibit, and link to additional information when submitting event details. Please send all submissions to email@example.com.
February 6 – April 4, 2021
Barbara Beeman, Photographer
As the world climate changes and becomes more rainy in our area, I decided to make use of those extra puddles lying around. We often pass by puddles as we rush on our way after a storm but perhaps we should be looking into the surrealistic world of puddles. Certainly, we looked harder at them when we were small and grabbed our boots to stomp on some puddles in our yards or out on the street. We didn’t always look at those puddles, but perhaps we should be examining this representation of a reflected world. The puddles are mirrors to the soul and present alternate dreams to what we see every day in our lives.
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II
68 Elm Street
Summit, NJ 07901
For more information: Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror
October 17, 2020 – March 7, 2021
Machines of Interest
Stephen Mallon, Photographer
Critically acclaimed photographer Stephen Mallon shares a collection of some of his most captivating, riveting, and thought-provoking pieces in his new exhibit at NMIH. Join us as we explore Machines of Interest and embark upon the journey of the industrial lifecycle and uncover the stories of their existence. The exhibit features over two dozen original prints from the artist’s collection spanning life on the rails to deconstruction in the recycling yard to tracing the elements of human-made machines. Stephen’s work will give you a look at industry like never before.
Housed in the former Electric Repair Shop of the Bethlehem Steel plant site on the vibrant SteelStacks arts & culture campus in Pennsylvania, the NMIH interprets industry past, present and future through dynamic exhibits, hands-on interactives and engaging programs. Visitors of all ages can enjoy the stories of the people, machines and ideas that transformed our nation through a rich collection of rare artifacts including the esteemed 1876 Smithsonian Industrial collection.
The National Museum of Industrial History
602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015
See more information on hours and admission
Phone: (610) 694-6644
Clark James Mishler, Photographer
Since moving to Calistoga in 2015, editorial photographer Clark James Mishler has taken hundreds of photo portraits as part of an ongoing “portrait a day” project that appears in the Calistoga Tribune. Now, Mishler collects many of those shots in the new exhibit, “Calistogans,” that captures locals in all facets of their everyday life. Some of the photos are funny, some are poignant, and all are uniquely Calistogan.
Sofie Contemporary Arts
1407 Lincoln Ave. Calistoga, CA 94515
(Mailing: PO Box 185, Calistoga, CA 94515)
Phone: 707-942-4231 (gallery) 707-331-4770 (Scott’s cell)
Jan Sofie, Gallery Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Sofie, Gallery Manager email@example.com
Hours: Wed. – Sun., 12:00 – 6:00 or by Arrangement
Closed until the museum reopens
Alan Karchmer: The Architects’ Photographer
Photographer Alan Karchmer has risen to prominence in his field thanks to his skill in conveying architects’ ideas and intentions. Having earned a Master of Architecture himself, Karchmer uses his knowledge of the design process, coupled with his own artistic vision, to express the essence of a building. He is, quintessentially, “The Architects’ Photographer.”
National Building Museum
401 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
For more information: https://www.nbm.org/exhibition/alan-karchmer/
Watch the Video Series: Alan Karchmer on Some of His Favorite Photographs
Exhibition Online Now
Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures
The first major MoMA exhibition of Lange’s in 50 years brings iconic works from the collection together with less seen photographs—from early street photography to projects on criminal justice reform. The work’s complex relationships to words show Lange’s interest in art’s power to deliver public awareness and to connect to intimate narratives in the world.
MoMA, Floor 2, 2 South
The Paul J. Sachs Galleries
11 West 53 Street, Manhattan
For more information: www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/5079