I have several prints on view at the AIPAD Photography Show in New York, which is in full swing for the rest of the weekend. If you get a chance to go, please stop by Sasha Wolf Gallery’s booth (#207) to see my photos and work by other greats artists repped by Sasha.
I have an upcoming solo exhibition at Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, Oregon. Please join me for the opening reception this Friday, April 4, at 6pm.
The following day I’ll be giving an artist talk, also at Newspace, at 1pm. If you’re in Portland or happen to be visiting, please attend.
The show will be on view through April 27th – more info here.
There’s a big feature on my work in the current issue of SPOT. Peter Brown interviewed me and asked some excellent questions. I interviewed him a few years ago for Ahorn (link here), so I guess this was his way of returning the favor. In any case, it was quite an honor, because Peter is one of my favorite photographers and I’m really glad to call him a friend. The format is a little weird; the interview begins in the print magazine then continues on the SPOT website. You can read the second part here. In the first part we talk about mostly about the internet, and in the second, much longer, portion, we talk mainly about my book. Check it out. And many thanks to SPOT and Peter!
Bryan Schutmaat. Sophia, Buffalo, Texas.
Some work from Landscape Stories Issue 15: Mountains.
There are so many familiar names in this issue – a lot of people I’ve blogged, emailed with, or bumped into many times before on the net. Real life pals Thomas Nolf, Daniel Reuter, Sherwin Tibayan, and Paula McCartney are featured as well. And I’m in there too.
Michael Ormerod, Untitled
Matthew Genitempo recently started a really great tumblr featuring both new work and old, like this incredible Ormerod photo. Check it out!
My pal Matthew finally started a tumblr that you ought to follow. It’s new but you can count on a steady stream full of Americana and photos from the West.
Photos by Leo Goddard, who I’m proud to call a former classmate. Be sure to visit her website to read the captions and view historical items associated with this work.
My girl and me, tintype by Adrian Whipp.
John Fahey “Poor Boy Long Way From Home” 1978.
Erika Larsen has a new project out about Native Americans and their relationship with horses.
Golden oldie: Townes Van Zandt, “I’ll Be Here In The Morning”, live in 1973