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Kitchen Table heats up

In the past couple of days Carrie Mae Weems and the Kitchen Table series have been featured in Jim Hedges’ Artworld Gift Guide for the Holidays, a list at the Huffington Post website that highlights, “. . . real art made by recognized contemporary masters for modest prices.” Thanks to Hedges for highlighting this amazing […]


New blog features

The Collection Connection is one of several new columns that we are initiating for the Light Work blog. In addition to the Collection Connection we will be introducing From the Files, Best of the Rest, and featuring monthly giveaways of signed prints and books to readers of our blog. We hope you find these new […]


Preview day at NEXT

We had a great preview yesterday at Art Chicago/NEXT. The booth was full all day with hundreds of people interested in our mission and the beautiful prints and books we’re selling in support of our programming. The Eatonville Portfolio attracted a lot of attention in the booth during the preview. This amazing set of four […]


Review over at Dodge & Burn

Selina Roman over at the blog Dodge & Burn wrote a review about photo MIAMI 2009 which features Light Work and former Light Work Artist-in-Residence Carrie Mae Weems. Click here to see the review as well as other recent posts including interviews with Neelakshi Vidyalankara and María Fernanda Hubeaut.


Roy DeCarava, 1919-2009

Roy DeCarava died on October 27, 2009, at the age of 89. During his long career he photographed Billie Holiday, John Coltrane, and other jazz greats. He was, as well, a master at capturing beauty and grace in everyday life. The obituary in The New York Times said, “His books, like ‘The Sweet Flypaper of […]


Apply for a Light Work Residency

Starting in 1976, Light Work has built a reputation for having one of the most beneficial and productive residencies in the art world. Some very familiar names have passed through our four-week residency program, including Carrie Mae Weems, Cindy Sherman, and Andres Serrano. Our residents count among today’s most driven and talented artists. Residents receive […]


Reflections in Black: Lecture by Deborah Willis

Make sure that you’ve marked your calendar to attend the presentation Reflections in Black, which will be given by Deborah Willis this Wednesday, April 8, 4pm, at Maxwell Auditorium, The Maxwell School of Syracuse University. There will be a reception right before the talk, at 3:30pm, outside of Maxwell Auditorium. The presentation, which is free […]


Celebrating Light Work Artists

In its thirty-five years of artist support, Light Work has had the privilege to work with some pretty fabulous artists. Most of them were emerging or underrepresented when they came through our doors, and many of them have gone on to become household names in the arts (think Cindy Sherman, Renee Cox, and so forth). […]