A selection of photographs from the project Listening There: Scenes from Ghana are currently being exhibited at the show Africa – Big Change Big Chance at the Triennale di Milano. Curated by Benno Albrecht, the exhibition will examine architecture as well as climatic and social changes affecting the African continent. Africa – Big Change Big Chance Exhibition on view through December 28, 2014 Tuesday – Sunday 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Thursday 10:30 AM – 11:00 PM Viale Alemagna Emilio, …
Peter Tolkin’s Airline Food photography exhibit is featured in FORM Magazine. Taking Flight: Peter Tolkin and Airline Food presents Peter’s visual exploration of what he describes as the “in between spaces” of airports. Peter’s investigation is focused through looking at the overlap of food and diverse cultures in these transitory spaces.
“Listening There: Scenes from Ghana” Exhibition in Rio de Janeiro Peter Tolkin and Mabel O. Wilson’s exhibition “Listening There: Scenes from Ghana” will be on view March 12-April 13, 2013 at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation’s Studio-X Rio de Janeiro. The exhibition looks at the mid-century architecture of Ghana. Part of the movement that came to be known as “Tropical Modernism,” the buildings were erected over an approximately thirty-year period, beginning in the late 1940s towards …
Mabel O. Wilson and Peter Tolkin’s collaborative vehicle, SideProjectx NY/LA, has recently co-curated the digital exhibition WAR_FRONT_HOME_FRONT, as part of artist Jan Tichy’s year-long exhibition, 1979:1 – 2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection, opening tonight at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.
SideProjectx NY/LA’s digital exhibition, which features works from the museum’s collection of more than 12,000 images and objects, will
Peter Tolkin in association with Mabel O. Wilson will have his photography exhibited at University of Columbia’s Studio X through December. The show is entitled “Listening There: Scenes from Ghana” and explores the colonial and post colonial physical environment of Ghana. reference: www.dwell.com – listening there www.designobserver.com – listening there