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Mitch Dobrowner: 21st Edition Book Update


Please note, we have recently received word from 21st Editions that the sales of Mitch Dobrowner's first publication has enjoyed much success since its release several months ago.  Due to the limited edition nature of the book some of the images are reaching single digit numbers--if you've been ruminating about making a purchase, now's the time!

Mitch Dobrowner:

photographs by Mitch Dobrowner

Edited by John Wood with an essay by Dafydd Wood

This represents the first publication by Dobrowner and is sure to be as well designed and printed as the rest of the books by this fine publisher.  Limited to 280 copies with only 200 for sale, the book is 144 pages, includes 64 full bleed duotone images, and measures 12 1/2" x 12 1/2." This book is wrapped in handmade Twinrocker paper and is accompanied by your choice of one of four signed 16" x 20" silver-gelatin contact prints. The prints were made for Mitch Dobrowner by Ted Cullen and are the only silver-gelatin prints ever offered by the artist.  The price is $750
The four prints available are:

Road, Near Guymon, Oklahoma, 2009

South Tufa, Mono Lake, CA, 2006

Vapor Cloud, Near Clayton, NM, 2009

Moonrise Trona, CA, 2009

Many of 21st Edition's books sell out before the book is even available, so please reserve your copy as soon as possible, along with your print choice.

Isa Leshko Prices to Increase

Posted on Nov 10, 2011

  Effective January 15, 2012 the prices for all of Isa Leshko's work will be raised--if you've been on the fence regarding making a purchase then now's the time to act! Point Pleasant, NJ #1, 2006. From the series "Thrills and Chills"   Embden Goose,…

Thomas Kellner: New Work

Posted on Nov 10, 2011

  The John Cleary Gallery is pleased to announce the newest image from German photographer Thomas Kellner: Neuschwanstein, 2011; 35.5 x 27.2 inches   The work is printed in an edition of 20 (plus 3 artist proofs) and is currently in its first price point…

Henry Horenstein with B. Hollyman Gallery and the Austin Center for Photography

Posted on Nov 2, 2011

  In collaboration with Austin Center for Photography (ACP), B. Hollyman Gallery will be exhibiting Henry Horenstein's series Animalia, a collection of intimate and intriguing portraits of land and sea creatures made between 1995 and 2001. Asiatic Elephant   Horenstein…

Susan Burnstine: Within Shadows

Posted on Oct 13, 2011

  Please join us Saturday, October 22, from 6 - 8 p.m. for the opening of Susan Burnstine: Within Shadows. The exhibition will run through Saturday, November 26. The artist will be in attendance for the opening reception and book signing of her new monograph,…

Master Class with Susan Burnstine at Houston Center for Photography

Posted on Oct 12, 2011

  A limited number of spaces are still available for the October 22 Master Class: Visual Narratives with Susan Burnstine at the Houston Center for Photography. Bridge to Nowhere   The class, focusing on exploring and realizing individual narratives through…

Mitch Dobrowner: New Storm Images

Posted on Oct 11, 2011

  Regular blog followers and gallery visitors will remember the striking storm images of Mitch Dobrowner from our summer show in July and August. Mitch has recently added new images to the collection.  For more information regarding these new works or any…

2011 NYC Affordable Art Fair

Posted on Sep 14, 2011

  Next week Catherine is heading off to the 2011 Affordable Art Fair in New York located at 7 West 34th Street (near 5th Avenue).   The John Cleary Gallery's booth, F7, will be showcasing many of our artists, highlights including: Niniane Kelly: Parallel…

Houston Fine Art Fair

Posted on Sep 13, 2011

  This week from Thursday, September 16 through Sunday, September 18 marks the inauguration of the Houston Fine Art Fair, located at the George R. Brown Convention Center.     If you manage to make it out to the fair, please visit our friend Peter Fetterman…

Jeri Eisenberg: Bokeh

Posted on Sep 13, 2011

Please join us Saturday, September 17, from 6 - 8 p.m. for the opening of Jeri Eisenberg: Bokeh. The exhibition will run through Saturday, October 15. The artist will be in attendance for the opening reception. Magnolia, No. 13, 2011   Bokeh, the Japanese…