Social Photography III
An Exhibition of Cell Phone Photographs
December 12, 2013 - January 18, 2014

About Carriage Trade:
Some of carriage trade's projects include Jef Geys Woodward Avenue, a variation of Geys' Quadra Medicinale, at the Belgian Pavilion of the 53rd Venice Biennale, which was first developed at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Color Photographs from the New Deal (1939 - 1943), an exhibition of over 70 color photographs from the Library of Congress archives taken during the late depression period and up to WW II, some of which were featured in the White Columns Annual, curated by Richard Birkett. Last season's Family Portrait, with Art Club 2000, Olaf Breuning, Louise Bourgeois, Mathias Kessler, Servane Mary, Claus Oldenburg and others, addressed how the family's image has been constructed and maintained over time, while The Pathos of Things, was an object oriented show which dealt with the sometimes uncanny hold that things have over our experience and included Virginia Overton, Jennifer Bollande, Fischli and Weiss, David Baskin, among others. The previous exhibition, Enxuto & Love Anonymous, Paintings, features paintings derived from Google Art Project's online platform for digitally navigating the world's great museums.

Some past press for carriage trade:

João Enxuto and Erica Love, Anonymous Paintings, October 24, 2013 Claudia Vitarelli, Grey
Enxuto & Love, "Anonymous Paintings", October 10, 2013 TimeOut New York
The Promise of the Image, March 25, 2013 Noah Dillon, Art Slant
The New Deal in Color, April 24, 2012 The New Yorker
Color Photographs From The New Deal (1939-1943), March 23, 2012 Huffington Post
A Tribeca Gallery Shows an Artist Who May Not Exist, July 18, 2011
Andrew Russeth, New York Observer
Mistaken Identity, May, 2010 The New Yorker

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