Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Susan Burnstine: Special Offer and News


In anticipation of Photo LA this weekend (January 12 through 16, at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium), Los Angeles based photographer and recent John Cleary Gallery exhibitioner, Susan Burnstine, is offering a two day only special on one of her most recent images of LA.


Around the Bend


From January 10 through 5 pm January 12 this image will be available at the introductory, first edition rate of $1,000 (12 x 12 inches) and $1,500 (16 x 16 inches) irrespective of the traditional edition-based price point appraisal method.



Fans of Susan Burnstine in the greater Texas region will also have the chance to see her work in a new exhibition at the East Gallery of Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas from January 17 through February 15




Additionally, Susan will be participating in a panel discussion with Mary Virginia Swanson and Kelli Connell on January 31, 2012 from 4:00-5:30pm followed by a gallery reception from 5:30-6:30pm. The panel discussion and following reception is free and open to the public. Anyone in the Dallas or surrounding areas looking for more information about the talk or solo exhibition can find it here.



For those of you unable to make it to Photo LA or the Texas Woman’s University exhibition but still wishing to view Susan’s work in person, please stop by the John Cleary Gallery where we currently have many of her images from our previous November Within Shadows exhibition on display.


Signed editions of Susan’s first monograph, Within Shadows, recently announced as a Best Book of 2011 by Photo Eye Magazine, are also available for purchase here at the gallery.

"A beautiful wash of pictorial slipstream. Replete with the notions of dreams and the subconscious and that one almost-thought that was there for a second and then went missing. There is beauty on one level here. And then there is universal memory. The work is accessible in that it suggests so much but then holds back enough that you have to spend time with them to make sense of them. The images are sort of a gift to the viewer that way. A strange memory narrative shared."

- George Stettinius, Candela Books

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