In the gallery’s Project Room, we will be exhibiting selections from Joshua Lutz’s series, “Amsterdam.” To commemorate the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s discovery of Manhattan, Joshua Lutz and three other New York photographers were commissioned to shoot images of Amsterdam. Lutz decided to focus his work on the outskirts of the city, responding to the idea of borders.
Joshua Lutz graduated with an MFA in photography from Bard College/The International Center for Photography in 2005. He has received several prestigious awards and grants, including being named one of the top thirty emerging photographers by Photo District News Magazine in 2004 and winning The Tierney Fellowship in 2007. Lutz has exhibited his work in numerous group shows and solo exhibitions over the past fifteen years.
For more information please contact Brian Paul Clamp, Director, or visit the gallery’s website at www.clampart.com. ClampArt is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.