Entries by Shane Lavalette

Signed Books Starting at Just $25 + Gift Subscriptions

Signed books make great affordable gifts for friends, family, or yourself this holiday season. Starting at just $25, we have an excellent selection of titles from artists John Gossage, Leon Borensztein, Suzanne Opton, Carrie Mae Weems, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Doug DuBois, Hank Willis Thomas, Zana Briski, Fazal Sheikh, Jerry Uelsmann, Bill Gaskins, and more! Browse all […]

Give the Gift of Photography

This season, consider a giving the gift of photography. Subscriptions to Contact Sheet, collectible prints, and signed books all make wonderful gifts for friends and family. And don’t forget, prints can now be framed in black or white for only $150. Select your framing options at checkout. It gets better. For “Cyber Monday” — yes, […]

Introducing Framed Prints

Just in time for the holidays, we are very excited to introduce framing options for our Fine Print Program for only $150! Get prints archivally framed for display in your home, or as the perfect gift for friends and family. Select from our 2013 Fine Print Program featuring works by Duane Michals, Keliy Anderson-Staley, Shane […]

Announcing Light Work's 2013 Subscription Program

Please accept this invitation to begin or renew your subscription to Contact Sheet, one of the longest-running photography publications in the world, dedicated to supporting emerging and under-recognized artists working in photography. In celebration of our 40th anniversary we will be producing a redesigned and expanded edition of The Light Work Annual, as well as […]

Hidden in Plain Sight, Gallery Talk at Everson Museum of Art

Hidden in Plain Sight Gallery talk with John Mannion and Sean Hovendick November 15, 2012 at 6:30pm Everson Museum of Art 401 Harrison Street Syracuse, NY 13202 Capturing poignant moments of the human experience and provocative environmental interventions, TONY: 2012 photographers John Mannion and Sean Hovendick will give a gallery talk to discuss their work […]

My Last Day at Seventeen: Doug DuBois in The Irish Times

Syracuse University’s own Doug DuBois received a thorough write-up in The Irish Times about his current exhibition My Last Day At Seventeen, which is on view through December 23 at the Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland. We’re proud to say that many of the prints from this exhibition were made at Light […]

TONY 2012: Transforming Video at the Everson Museum of Art

Transforming Video Anneka Herre, Carl Lee, Jennifer Hsu, Mike Celona, and Yvonne Buchanan November 4, 2012 at 2:00pm Free and open to the public TONY: 2012 video artists use single-channel and immersive installations to explore issues related to the environment, culture, race and our relationship with technology. Join the Everson Museum of Art for Transforming […]

Dennis Morris: Growing Up Black

In this selection from his archive, Dennis Morris gives us a beautifully well-judged and eloquent portrait of the black diaspora, frozen at a particular moment in time. It is pregnant with anticipations of what is still to come, infused with future possibilities. We are invited to read these images backwards and forwards. Growing up black […]