Parties & Openings
Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary
Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!
Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary
Photography Show Opens at Carrie Haddad in Hudson
Lovers of the art of photography, in all its infinite variety, gathered on Saturday evening at Carrie Haddad Photographs for the opening of a show that featured photography of wildly divergent bents. Andrian Fernandez, the Cuban photographer who Rural Intelligence’s Wandering Eye Carey Maloney and his partner Hermes Mallea discovered on their frequent recent trips to Havana, does technically exacting still lifes that manage to be at once strictly controlled and wildly flamboyant. David Seiler does haunting sepia-toned blow-ups, often portraits, that he then alters in a painterly manner by varying the surface texture and tone to convey an antique affect. Margaret Saliske decoupages her intricately shaped sculptures with (mostly) black-and-white photographs. And Nancy Goldring projects images onto painted screen, then photographs the results.
Alf Law, eponymous gallery owner Carrie Haddad, and Glenda Law
Hermes Mallea and Carey Maloney; Artist Tony Thompson and Karen Keats, assistant director of Carrie Haddad Photographs
Amy Dubin and Sue Karayannides; Gina Moore and Don Moore, President of the Hudson City Common Council
Harry Hill and Nick Haddad; Photographer Margaret Saliske, whose photographic scultures were featured in the show, and photographer Harry Wilks
Melissa Stafford, director of Carrie Haddad Photographs and Victor Mendolia, chairman of Hudson Democrats Muffy Cunningham and Carey Maloney, there representing the Cuban photographer Adrian Fernandez, whose work was shown
Author Robin Palmer and painter Abby Schulhoff, whose work will be featured in the upcoming show, Agriculture, at the Columbia County Council on the Arts; Shelley Duffy, in town for her brother David Seiler‘s opening, and Gina DiSarro