LensCulture Winter Print Show at Klompching Gallery
in New York 2017.

Meet LensCulture distinguished panel of curators:

Dina Mitrani
Oprichter/directeur Mitrani Gallery

Caroline O’Breen
Eigenaar en directrice
Galerie Caroline O’Breen

Susan Nalband
Oprichter/directeur Gallery 555

Yumi Goto
Curator, Reminders Photography Stronghold

Darren Ching
Klompching Gallery
New York City

Debra Klomp Ching
Klompching Gallery
New York City

Note: For the first time in a LensCulture exhibition, many of the prints on view in this online gallery are available for purchase! They will be printed by Picto, a world-renowned printing lab. Simply click on “Buy this print” to purchase a special limited edition.

The 20 Photographers in Our Winter Print Show:

Selected photographers:

Guillaume Amat
John Barnard
Nadir Bucan
Joana P Cardozo
Jeffery Deemie
Jan Janssen
Michael Joseph
Chris Kirby
Elizabeth Koning
Ghila Krajzman
Peter Leighton
Klaus Lenzen
Shinya Masuda
Emmanuel Monzon
Jackson Patterson
Matt Portch
Lynn Savarese
Gregg Segal
Vladimir Spassov
Janez Vlachy

These photographers were chosen by the directors of Klompching Gallery for the LensCulture Winter Print Show 2017.

We’re thrilled to present the 20 photographers who will have their work exhibited in New York City this winter. The directors of Klompching Gallery, Debra Klomp Ching and Darren Ching, reviewed a wide range of submissions from our community of international photographers before narrowing their selection to these 20 works. The exhibition will launch with an opening reception at Klompching Gallery on December 13.

These 20 images were chosen because they were the strongest examples of fine art photography in the submissions and therefore best suited for exhibition in the gallery. Each of the selected images offer a unique and powerful vision of our world—some focus on different facets of the human experience, while others marvel at (or scrutinize) the mutability of the landscapes and natural beauty that surrounds us.

“The selection of photographs for the LensCulture Print Show was predicated on a few key considerations,” said Debra Klomp Ching and Darren Ching. “We chose photographs that could stand on their own merits; photographs that had an immediate visceral impact and artworks that we felt were new, exciting and well-executed. Additionally, the twenty artworks we selected showcase a range of exceptional contemporary photography from different genres, appealing to both a wide audience and a collector base.”

This exhibition brings together a truly international group of artists—with photographers hailing from Turkey, Slovenia, the United States, the Netherlands, Japan, Germany, France, Bulgaria, Australia, and the UK—many of whom have never had the opportunity to exhibit their work in New York City.

The 20 exhibited photographs will be printed by Picto, a world-renowned printing lab, and will be on display until December 23, 2017. We hope to meet many of you at the opening event!


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