Pictura Gallery

Susan Burnstine

March 2, 2020

Why are Burnstine’s pictures so effectively haunting?...

Kai Caemmerer | Noah Addis

February 24, 2020

A thoughtful pairing can bring out new dimensions in two bodies of work that you wouldn’t have seen before…

Mitch Eckert

February 17, 2020

Some border walls are worth protecting…

Andy Mattern | Opening Reception + Artist Talk

February 10, 2020

Mattern’s work gently nudges us to reflect on the human need to categorize and define our surroundings…

John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Awards Winner | Michelle Rogers-Pritzl

February 3, 2020

Presenting Michelle Rogers- Pritzl, winner of the 2019 Scholarship…

Susan Lapides | Crustaceans

January 27, 2020

Never in a million years could I have imagined that portraits such as these would steal my heart…

Paul Guilmoth + Dylan Hausthor | Sleep Creek

January 13, 2020

“Sleep Creek” exists somewhere between reality and fiction…

Larry Smukler

January 6, 2020

Larry is gobsmacked with light, and he’s trying to tell us all of its untamed brilliance…

Kevin O. Mooney

December 30, 2019

Today we share the work of an artist who has a unique way of capturing the passage of time...

Ira Wagner | Twin Houses

December 16, 2019

Wagner’s project “Twin Houses” is brilliant in its simplicity…

CENTER Award Winners Exhibition | Opening Reception

December 9, 2019

Pictura hosted the opening reception for the 2019 Santa Fe Award Winners…

Highlights from FotoFest Paris Reviews

December 2, 2019

The reviews at Fotofest Meeting Place Paris presented a lovely challenge- to think about work from so many different parts of the world, back to back…

Highlights from Paris Photo

November 25, 2019

Walking through Paris Photo presented a delightful problem – more good work in one place than I could possibly take in...

Highlights from Review Santa Fe

November 18, 2019

We saw some great photography at the reviews in Santa Fe a few weeks ago. Here’s a little rundown of some highlights…

Jennifer Ray | Part II

November 11, 2019

Ray is teaching us as viewers to read the coded language of the landscape that the men who navigate it must employ...