Gregory Halpern, at Transformer Station

In early November, Transformer Station opens a major exhibition of photographs by Gregory Halpern, 19 Winters/7 Springs, a show that spans nineteen years’ work made in Halpern’s hometown of Buffalo and the surrounding Erie County in Western New York. Comprising approximately fifty mid- to large-scale color prints and additional tabletop sculptures, the exhibition leads viewers through a poetic visual survey […]

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Gregory Halpern: Buffalo, at Teansformer Station

A solo exhibition of photography and sculpture at Transformer Station, November 2022–January 2023Transformer Station presents a mid-career exhibition for photographer Gregory Halpern, born and raised in Buffalo, New York—photographs made in his hometown over the past fifteen years. The solo project will fill the entire exhibition space with color images and sculptures created by Halpern which depict aspects of this […]

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Do You Really Want to Go Back in Time? Laura Owens at Transformer Station

Laura Owens (American, b. 1970). Oil, Flashe, and screenprinting ink on linen; 69 x 60 in. Copyright Laura Owens. Courtesy of the artist; Sadie Coles HQ, London; and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne. Photography by Jason Mandella   On view at Transformer Station February 27 – May 30,  Rerun is a homecoming for artist Laura Owens, who was raised in Norwalk, […]

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Tabitha Soren Shows Us the Dirty Side of Our Devices at Transformer Station

Walking in to the Transformer Station’s current exhibition, Surface Tension, you will quickly notice that all of Tabitha Soren’s photographs appear hazy and out of focus. Upon closer inspection, you might notice that all-too-familiar pattern of smudge marks and fingerprints, a texture that is now a recognizable aspect of modern technological life, as our fingers swipe the various screens of […]

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Tabitha Soren: Surface Tension

“I want to expose the human experience in all its anarchic complexity,” says artist Tabitha Soren. “At this moment in the United States, our differences are being used as a way to divide us. I aim to create solidarity by making photographs that express similarities in the human experience. My work is about bringing the morbidity, dread, and anxiety of […]

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Jess T. Dugan: Every Breath We Drew

Among the most moving contributions made by LGBTQ artists to new aesthetic and political perspectives are photographs – forthright, often sensuous testimony about self-concepts, social roles and gender identities. Mind-altering troves of recent contemporary portraits and studies of intimate or informal human interactions, expand upon the example of revolutionary photographers of the past several decades. Nan Goldin and Catherine Opie, […]

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