BuzzFeed News: A Photographer Documented The Housing Crisis By Asking People How They Became Homeless

The problem of unaffordable housing — and the inextricable problem of people experiencing homelessness — is so obvious in major cities, including New York, where I live, that it can be overwhelming. For some, that feeling can be translated into a sense of learned blindness — If I don't look too hard, it is not a problem, and certainly not my problem.

News in-24: The faces of homeless people in the heart of a necessary photo book

Through his project Faces of Homelessness, Jeffrey A. Wolin shows the different “faces of homelessness” both literally and figuratively. His book consists of portraits of homeless people, annotated with their testimonies. A multitude of individuals and situations is thus presented.

F-Stop Magazine: Jeffrey Wolin @ Catherine Edelman Gallery

Jeffrey Wolin: Faces of Homelessness December 10th – February 5th, 2022 Opening Reception: December 10th | 5 – 7:30 PM “For more than 30 years, Jeffrey Wolin has combined photographic portraiture with auto-biographical texts, exploring issues about memory, identity, and trauma. Beginning in 1985, Wolin turned the camera on himself, writing personal stories directly on photographs that related to his life. Soon after, he began photographing residents at a housing project in Indiana, Holocaust survivors, and American and Vietnamese war veterans, combining portraits and personal histories directly on the photographic surface.

Tagree: Faces of Homelessness by Jeffrey Wolin

Jeffrey Wolin debuts new work at Catherine Edelman Gallery in a solo show, Faces of Homelessness. The show opens December 10 and runs through February 5, 2022. For more than 30 years, Jeffrey Wolin has combined photographic portraiture with autobiographical texts, exploring issues about memory, identity, and trauma.

Le Temps: Lea Lund & Erik K: «Tout s’organise autour d’un fil invisible»

La photographe Lea Lund et sa muse, son mari Erik K, exposent dès le 17 septembre à la galerie Catherine Edelman à Chicago. Le couple d’artistes lausannois y dévoile, sous le titre «Nomads», une série de photographies qu’ils ont prises en sillonnant l’Europe à bord de leur bus. Rencontre La galeriste américaine perçoit le travail du couple comme étant politique. «En Europe, nous sommes plutôt considérés comme des photographes de l’élégance et de l’architecture.» Elle enchaîne: «dans le contexte postBlack Lives Matters aux Etats-Unis, il y a des photographies que notre galeriste n’ose pas montrer.»

Globetrotting Collaborators:: Lea Lund and Erik K at Catherine Edelman Gallery

AIPAD NEWS: In Chicago, an exhibition of work by Lea Lund and Erik K opens at the Catherine Edelman Gallery on September 17. Erik K and Lea Lund met ten years ago in Zurich, and Lea describes their partnership as “an artistic performance where photography is the medium.” Clothing plays an important role in her photographs of Erik: “I am an elegant man,” he says. “I like creation. And for me, clothing is a kind of psychotherapy – it makes me happy, it’s my identity.” But Lea also sees his clothing as a kind of carapace, a form of self-protection, perhaps a shelter against the history of colonialism and racism. Lea was born in Switzerland, Erik in Zaire, and their photographic collaboration includes images of Erik, in beautiful, bespoke clothing, posed in locations all over the world – Brooklyn, Paris, Seville, and Lausanne, to name a few. The photographs explore fashion, the creation of identity, and the effects of colonization. Lea often photographs Erik in widely varied settings and roles: having his shoes shined; as a landowner surveying the rolling hills of Tuscany; In the Musei di Palazzo Poggi in Bologna; and wearing an embroidered velvet cloak and holding a bouquet of flowers in a 2016 work called Untitled [The Pope] , one of several photographs in the show bordered by intricate designs that Erik engraved.