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From the Files: Alessandra Sanguinetti

At Light Work we hosts exhibitions in our main gallery four times a year. The shows feature work by cutting-edge artists who receive recognition not only in our gallery but also in the issues of Contact Sheet that are published concurrently with the exhibitions. For many artist, this is their first significant national exposure. Alessandra […]


Collection Connection: Dean Kessmann

Washington D.C. based artist Dean Kessmann shares his experiences during his residency at Light Work in July 2009, which culminated in a generous gift to the Light Work Collection. Nearly two years ago, I arrived at Light Work ready to start printing a nearly completed series titled A Year at a Glance. Once those prints […]


Thilde Jensen speaks about art and illness

Thilde Jensen talks about her series Canaries in this great interview with Syracuse University Goldring student Lily Betjeman. An exhibition of Canaries, which depicts people living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, is currently on view at Light Work until May 27. Canaries from Light Work on Vimeo.


Dean Kessmann at Conner Contemporary Art

2009 Light Work Artist-in-Residence Dean Kessmann is currently exhibiting Art as Paper as Potential at Conner Contemporary Art in Washington, D.C. This is his fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. It will run through May 8. Art as Paper as Potential investigates ideas of tactility as well as the multiple references, implications, and meanings that […]


Change in Digital Technology Brings End for Color Processor

Like many institutions, Light Work has been debating the next steps for our darkrooms and digital labs. As a creative space for artists working in photography and related media, we have always listened to the need of our artists. We have made our best decisions by paying close attention to the ever changing needs of […]


Pitch Blackness at Jack Shainman Gallery

Pitch Blackness, featuring the work of Hank Willis Thomas, runs at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City through March 14. In addition to large-scale sculpture and hand-painted, stenciled works on wood, the show contains images such as Day of Discovery, seen here. The print of Day of Discovery was made for the exhibition by […]