Reviews from 2019

I am Papua New Guinea


Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago recently opened the second solo exhibition of photographer Sandro Miller with his newest project, I Am Papua New Guinea running through November 9, 2019. Read More

A Look Inside International Photographer of the Year Sandro Miller's New Exhibit

Musée Magazine

13,582 kilometers, 28 hours, and 400 portraits. In this enormous series, spanning the southwestern Pacific Ocean, American photographer Sandro Miller captures the people of Papua Guinea. Read More

EXPO Chicago 2019

Chicago Reader

Souliers A La Poulaine, 2018, by Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison at the booth of Chicago’s Catherine Edelman Gallery. Read More

Sandro Miller: I am Papua New Guinea

Photojournalism Now

His new work, I Am Papua New Guinea, began as “an unshaped dream” to document the cultural iconography of Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) indigenous people through intimate portraits. Read More

Interview: Tami Bahat

Catalyst Interviews

Tami Bahat's latest photographs are quiet, beautiful, engaging, and most certainly a nod to the Old Masters of painting. Read More

These Intimate Scenes Will Take You Back to the Victorian Era

Feature Shoot

Feature Shoot Interviews Tami Bahat. Read More

Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio at Catherine Edelman Gallery

Photograph Magazine

Photograph Magazine Reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio Read More

Art + Science: Blood and Kin: Michael Koerner


Lenscratch discusses the work of Michael Koerner. Read More

Review - Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio

New Art Examiner

New Art Examiner Reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio Read More

Finding the Beautiful in the Dark

Third Coast Review

Third Coast Review reviews the exhibition Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio. Read More

PDN Photo of the Day

PDN Online

PDN Photo of the Day features the work of Tami Bahat. Read More

Framing the Body: A Critical Look at Witkin's Photographic Legacy

Sixty Inches From Center

Sixty Inches From Center discusses "Otherness & Beauty" panel at Catherine Edelman Gallery. Read More

A Review of Joel-Peter Witkin at Catherine Edelman Gallery


Newcity Reviews Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio. Read More

Summer Culture Preview 2019

Crain's Chicago Business

Critics at Chicago Business recommend the best in theater, art, exhibits, dance and music. Read More

May Openings

Chicago Gallery News

Chicago Gallery News lists their highlights of this summer's exhibition openings. Read More

Views of Global Migration

THE SEEN: Chicago's International Journal of Contemporary and Modern Art

[In] Omar Imam’s Live, Long, Refugee, project which records life within Lebanese refugee camps, the works serve as an honest platform wherein the marginalized can exert their voices above the noise and statistics of contemporary communication networks. Read More

Seven Photographers Who Are Rewriting Street Photography's Rigid Rules


Street photographer Clarissa Bonet is finding new ways of making pictures in public space. Read More

AIPAD's Eye-Catchers

What Will You Remember?

Online photography review magazine What Will You Remember? names Jess T. Dugan, Michael Koerner, and Laurent Millet in highlights from AIPAD 2019. Read More

Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio Opening May 3

The Eye of Photography

Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio on digital photography magazine The Eye of Photography. Read More

Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio

All About Photo

Joel-Peter Witkin: From the Studio exhibition featured on Read More

10 Must-See Artists at AIPAD's Photography Show


The 39th edition of AIPAD'S Photography Show features work from a roster of artists as diverse as the images they shoot. Artsy rounded up 10 new discoveries—rising talents that are just beginning to infiltrate the canon, including Omar Imam. Read More

Age of Displacement

Chicago Reader

In his series "Live, Love Refugee," Image, a photographer and filmmaker, uses droll irony and deft absurdism as a visual response to the usual depictions of refugees in humanitarian photography. Read More

A Family's Nuclear Legacy, Etched in Silver


Photographer Michael Koerner's series My DNA wrestles with inherited genetic mutations, a result of his parents' exposure to nuclear radiation. Read More