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  • Warhol Supports Experimental Photography 20/01/2018 -

    Ellen Carey was awarded a $30,000 grant from the Warhol Foundation for he upcoming retrospective at the Burchfield-Penny Art Center. It is titled Picture Nothing: The Experimental Photography of Ellen Carey 1977-2017. BPAC is planning a tour and it opens September 14, 2018 through the end of December 2018a

  • Warhol Supports Experimental Photography 20/01/2018 -

    Ellen Carey was awarded a $30,000 grant from the Warhol Foundation for he upcoming retrospective at the Burchfield-Penny Art Center. It is titled Picture Nothing: The Experimental Photography of Ellen Carey 1977-2017. BPAC is planning a tour and it opens September 14, 2018 through the end of December 2018a

  • Ellen Carey and Susan Hostetler PARIS PHOTO, France 15/11/2017 -

    Ellen Carey's Dings and Shadows photogram was featured in the J.P. Morgan exhibit in Paris Photo November 6 though 12th. I joined Ellen for the VIP opening and toured the show.

  • “Women in Colour” at Rubber Factory, 29C Ludlow Street, 6–9 p.m. August 19, 2017 16/08/2017 -

    Opening: "Women in Colour" at Rubber Factory Organized by photographer Ellen Carey, this group show explores the connection between women and color photography. "Why do women photographers choose color?" Carey asks in the show's statement. "What are the aesthetic reasons?

  • “Women in Colour” at Rubber Factory, 29C Ludlow Street, 6–9 p.m. August 19, 2017 16/08/2017 -

    Opening: "Women in Colour" at Rubber Factory Organized by photographer Ellen Carey, this group show explores the connection between women and color photography. "Why do women photographers choose color?" Carey asks in the show's statement. "What are the aesthetic reasons?

  • Shop n Stroll August 17 at Gallery 16/08/2017 -

  • Off the Wall 27/06/2017 -

    Our first opening for the 2017 season. Hostetler Gallery is featuring unframed prints by David Hostetler, aquatints by Art Werger, photography by Ellen Carey. 

  • Asherah Tree Goddess new home on Nantucket 27/06/2017 -

    Asherah Tree Goddess, a 12 foot tall bronze by David Hostetler is now on loan to the Landmark House. She stands on the front lawn facing the street- 144 Orange Street, next to Marine Home Center.


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