Brad Carlile - Tempus Incognitus
SPE Exposure Magazine Article
"Slow Still Lifes: Brad Carlile’s Tempus Incognitus"
Exposure, Journal of the Society for Photographic Education (SPE), Issue (47:2), p24-29.
Todd Tubutis, Director of Blue Sky Gallery, wrote an article about my series Tempus Incognitus. Four images are featured in the magaine's Fall edition. (article .pdf)
Solo show at 25th Encuentros Abiertos Biennial
Festival de la Luz, Multiespacio Sigen (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Argentina’s "Encuentros Abiertos - Festival de la Luz" is Latin America's most prestigious photography biennial, hosting over 1.2 Million visitors. My solo show has 18 large 30x40" images in in downtown Buenos Aires.
George Billis Gallery, Los Angeles
Tempus Incognitus in LA
I’m excited to announce that George Billis Gallery in Los Angeles can now show you my Tempus Incognitus work in person. Geroge Billis, LA is located in the heart of the Culver City Arts district.
George Billis Gallery – Los Angeles
2716 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Tue–Sat, 10:30am – 5:30pm
Boston Globe Review
Mark Feeney, July 22, 2014
Mark Feeney, The Boston Globes Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic writes:
"The luridness of the shade of green in Brad Carlile’s "Deec" — think limeade laced with gangrene — has to be seen to be disbelieved. Androids may or may not dream of electric sheep. But if dream they do, this is what the green in those dreams must look like."
PDN Photo Annual 2014 Award - Best images of the year
Winner in Personal Category - Fine Art
PDN (Photo District News) is the world’s most respected professional photography magazine. The PDN Photo Annual has become an annual celebration of best and most innovative photography of the year. This year over 2,600 professionals entered the contest.
Selected group exhibitions from the last 6 months:
2014 20th Juried Exhibition, Griffin Museum of Photography
2013 Archisle 2013, Société Jersiaise, Jersey, UK
2013 GeoGráfica, Fototropía of La Fototeca, Guatemala City, Guatemala
2013 Blue Sky's Pacific Northwest Viewing Drawers, Jury:Diana Millar & Ed Marquand, Portland OR
About the artist:
Brad Carlile lives in Portland and Manhattan. He has exhibited at MoMA Rio de Janeiro (in collection), Guatemala, Germany, Austria, Qatar, China and over 58 shows in the USA. Brad's 2011 solo show was chosen as Portland’s best art photography. Brad has winner of the Hearst 8x10 Biennial and 14 other awards. www.bradcarlile.com