OUTSPOKEN Six Women Photographers
Nancy Grace Horton, Marky Kauffman, Rania Matar, Nadine Boughton, Tira Kahn, Emilly Schiffer
September 19- October 31, 2014
Opening Reception September 19th, 2014 5:30-7:30
Nancy Grace Horton, Lawn Heels, 2014
HAVING TOO MUCH FUN
Nancy Grace Horton, Richard Brown Lethem
August 30 - October 5, 2014
Opening Reception August 30, 2014 5-7
More Than Film and Video
Arno Minkkinen, Nancy Grace Horton, Roberto Mighty
July 1 - July 11, 2014
Opening Reception July 3, 2014
Solo Show: Ms. Behavior
Elin Spring review
at The Satalite Gallery
Digital Silver Imaging
9 Brighton Street, Belmont, MA
Opening: THURSDAY, JANUARY 9th, 2014 -- 6-8
Talk: March 11, 2014 @ 6:30
January 9, 2014 - March 14, 2014
The exhibit is open Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30
A catalog of the series Ms. Behavior and Mad Women is available here.
January 9, 2014 - February 2, 2014
Opening January 9th, 2014, 6-9
Panel Discussion February 1, 2014, 4-6
CELEBRATING 40 YEARS ADVOCATING FOR WOMEN IN THE VISUAL ARTS
111 Front street, #228
Brooklyn, NY 11201
SEPTEMBER 21, 2013
Nancy Grace Horton: Ms. Behavior and Mad Women
FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY DAILY
L E N S C R A T C H is considered one of the 10 Photography-Related blogs you should be reading by Source Review, Wired.com, Rangefinder and InStyle Magazine.
Griffin Museum of Photography
Juried by Kathy Ryan, New York Times Magazine
July 18 - September 2, 2013
Opening Reception July 18, 2013 @ 7
Boston Globe Review
Elin Spring Blog Review
Awarded the Artist Entrepreneurial Grant for 2013
by the NH State Council on the Arts.
Portraits in Contemporary Photography:
Selection from a Series
Drift Gallery at The Wentworth-Coolidge Center for the Art
July 12 - August 18, 2013
Opening Reception July 12, 2013 5-8
Review of Show July 2013
Art Institute of Boston MFA Alumni Show
January 4 - January 12, 2013
Opening Reception January 4, 2013 6-9
Mass Ave Storefront Art Project
September 16- October 13, 2012
Opening Reception September 20th
Art Stroll from 4-5:30, Reception at Unive
rsity Hall, 5:30 - 7:00
Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
Nancy Grace Horton: Being 13
September 6 – November 3, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
PRC Members' Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
In this exhibition, Nancy Grace Horton explores her stepdaughter’s navigation through the often monumental year of being 13. With Zoe as her muse, Horton captures priceless moments in the world of a girl who is leaving a part of herself behind while learning to embrace who she is becoming-–Zoe expresses a variety of states peculiar to girls in their early teens: defiance, playfulness, embarrassment, youthfulness, boredom, and independence. Horton’s enchanting photographs clearly depict her subject’s blossoming sense of selfhood while also revealing the artist’s deep affection for and fascination with her subject.
The Human Form:
An Examination of Figural
Forms in Contemporary Art
August 23 - September 15, 2012
Opening VAA Reception:
Thursday, August 23rd from 5 - 7pm
Rosenthal Gallery, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina
The Human Form a multi-media Visual Arts Alliance (VAA) collaborative exhibition exploring the figural form in a variety of expressive, philosophical, political and visual content. All eight member galleries and institutions of VAA will have simultaneous exhibitions under the same theme.
The invitational exhibition in The Fayetteville State University Rosenthal Gallery will present a mixture of visual practices with works from nine nationally recognized artists. The artists present thought provoking, contemporary observations and ways of seeing humanity.
Griffin Museum of Photography
18th Juried Exhibition
July 19 - Sept 2
Opening Reception July 19, 7:00
New York Photo Festival 2012
Winners Announced for PRC in NYC Exhibition at the New York Photo Festival
Nancy Grace Horton. Red Hot, 2011. Pigment Print. 30 x 30 inches.
The PRC is thrilled to announce the ten winners of the call for entries
for the PRC in NYC juried competition and exhibition.
Jurors Glenn Ruga, Neal Rantoul, and Chehalis Hegner met to discuss
submissions and selected the following artists to exhibit their work
in a satellite exhibit at the New York Photo Festival.
The PRC congratulates the winners and thanks everyone who submitted.
Nancy Grace Horton
We invite all our members to visit the exhibition and join us at the reception in Brooklyn.
PRC in NYC
Exhibition of Ten PRC Members' Work at the New York Photo Festival
May 16 - 20, 2012
Reception: Saturday, May 19, 2:30-4:30pm
111 Front Street, Gallery 210, Brooklyn, NY
Awarded the Artist Entrepreneurial Grant for 2012 by the NH State Council on the Arts.
Boston Young Contemporaries
Showcasing works by MFA
Candidates from New England
July 15-August 14, 2011
Hosted by Boston University
At the 808 Gallery
808 Commonwealth Ave.
Juried by Jen Mergel, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
along with Camilo Alverez and Matt Rich
OPENING: July 15th 6-8
The Adirondack Review
An Arts & Literature Quarterly
James Reidel gives us a peek into the poetry and life of Franz Werfel
excerpts of Nancy Grace Horton's Entrada series
An Installation at 100 Market Street
May 14 - August 1st, 2010
*Opening Reception May 14th
Photo: Twisted Sister at the Hampton Casino Ballroom
read the review
Photographer Nancy Grace Horton agreed to be a featured artist for the "Performing Arts, by Visual Artists Exhibition," May to August, at the Gallery at 100 Market in Portsmouth. While digging through her archives she headed to the space itself for ideas and that inspired a site-specific project; the first for both artist and venue.
"When you're making it for a specific place it only makes sense to consider the (area) while creating the work, especially if you're a photographer," says Horton, who has snapped pictures for area theater and dance companies for decades and is the official Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom photographer. "It was inspiring."
Horton's narrowed her exhibit to female images. The collection is still "fluid," she notes — but will include photos "that speak to each other," and at least one oversized triptych. "Working with the space ...; hopefully will make for a stronger statement and for stronger viewing."
(Jeanne McCartin, Spotlight, Portsmouth Herald, April 8, 2010)
Scene @ Five: 20/20
The Music Hall, Portsmouth NH
Thu, April 29 2010, 5:00 PM
In a one-night-only show 20/20 brings into focus the thriving art of photography here in the Seacoast. For this extra-special event, we’ve assembled twenty of the best photographers in the region and asked them to select twenty of their favorite Seacoast-centric images to show on six big screens in The Music Hall lounge. The result – a massive digital slide show, and probably the largest photography exhibition Portsmouth has ever seen.
Ghana: An African Portrait Revisited
Peter E. Randall, Nancy Grace Horton, Barbara Bickford, Gary Samson, Charter Weeks, and Tim Gaudreau
March 3 – 26, 2010
Read the review
*Opening Reception, Friday, March 5th from 5 – 8 p.m.
Artists’ Talk and visual presentation, with reception, Saturday, March 20th, 2 – 4:30 p.m., including Abena Busia, and a performance with mask by Oscar Mokeme of the Museum of African Culture
A FINE THING: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts
29 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME. 04101
Further information contact:
Susan Porter at email@example.com
or (207) 450-8499
or visit www.addisonwoolley.com
In the Spring of 2006, six American photographers journeyed to Ghana to document that country on the eve of its fiftieth anniversary of independence. Their effort was inspired by the work of master American photographer, Paul Strand, who documented Ghana at the moment of its independence in 1963, at the request of Kwame Nkrumah, the country’s first president. Strand’s book, Ghana: An African Portrait, was published in 1976, a year after his death.
The work of these six photographers; Peter Randall, Nancy Grace Horton, Barbara Bickford, Gary Samson, Charter Weeks, and Tim Gaudreau, all of whom live in and around Portsmouth, NH., was published in a book titled, Ghana: An African Portrait Revisited in 2007. The book also contains an essay by Abena P.A. Busia, a faculty member at Rutgers, the University of New Jersey, and daughter of a Ghanaian prime minister.
Addison Woolley Gallery of Portland, ME., in collaboration with A FINE THING: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts, and the Museum of African Culture, both also located in Portland, is proud to present an exhibition of 42 photographs from the book. A complementary exhibit of Ghanaian art and artifacts will coincide at The Museum of African Culture, 13 Brown St., (207) 871-7188.
Photography: Invited New England Photographers
November 21 - December 20, 2009
*Opening Reception Saturday, November 21st, 5-7pm
George Marshall Store Gallery
140 Lindsay Road
York, Maine 03909
Button Factory Open Studios
December 5th + 6th, 2009
*I will be showing work in the hall, please check listings for location
855 Islington Street
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The 50 States Project
January thru December 2009
The 50 States Project has brought together 50 photographers from across the USA.
Each photographer lives in one of the 50 States and during the year long project
each photographer will represent the State where they currently live.
Every two months each photographer will be sent an assignment by e-mail, they then have two months to produce one image in response. The images must represent both their style and their State.
"Party at Mr. Lee's" shown above, response to 'Habitat' assignment