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June Bateman serves on the Auction Committee for the 19th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction. The Auction benefits children's healthcare in Asia. This year, June again co-hosts a Guided Walk-Through of the auction gallery.

Highlights include:
Alice Zimet and June Bateman Pre-Auction Guided Walk-Through of Auction Highlights for Collectors
Artist of the Year Award to Eikoh Hosoe
A special print by Richard Gere

Contributing JBFA artists include:
Harvey Stein
Sheila Rock
Alice Garik
Barry Guthertz
Ted Witek
Maura Sullivan

Further information and tickets >

June Bateman again serves on the Auction Committee for the 18th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction. The Auction benefits children's healthcare in Asia. This year, June co-hosts a Guided Walk-Through of the auction gallery. Further information and tickets >

This year, June Bateman serves on the Auction Committee for the 16th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction. Sheila Rock has contributed the Special Print. Other JBFA artists who've donated work to the Auction include Richard Kagan, Michael Massaia, Linda Rutenberg, Builder Levy, and Don Farber. The Auction benefits children's healthcare in Asia. Further information and tickets >

June Bateman will be a Portfolio Reviewer again at this year's Portfolio Review Program at the 30th PhotoPlus Expo in New York at the Javits Center Oct. 23 - 26th. Learn more >

Sheila Rock, Michael Massaia, Nancy Hellebrand and Amy Touchette have contributed photographs to the auction courtesy of June Bateman Fine Art. The auction benefits the Angkor Hospital for Children. Further information and tickets >

June Bateman was recently interviewed by Photo District News on being a private dealer as opposed to gallerist.
From the interview: Bateman says it takes just as much energy and hustle to be a private dealer as it does to be a gallery owner, but the energy is directed toward different things. When you have a gallery, mounting exhibitions, publicizing them, organizing talks and events, and doing the other attendant work is very time consuming. "[Now] I am really able to focus more on my clients and their needs," Bateman says. "You always wish that you had more time when you are running a gallery."
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Four of Nancy Hellebrand's iconic Black and White photographs of London youth made in the 70s during the heyday of the Glam Rock movement will be included in Tate Liverpool's Glam! exhibition, on view from February 12 to May 12, 2013.
"Combining historical and thematic elements, Glam! The Performance of Style will bring together important artworks, highlighting the continuing influence of glam on the contemporary imagination to offer a more comprehensive representation of 1970s art and culture."
The exhibition will be on view at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, June to September 2013, and Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, October 2013 to January 2014.
Read more >

Nancy Hellebrand's new series of large color photographs, Learning to See, will be on exhibit at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA from October 29, 2011 through February 26, 2012. The images are layered photographs of trees which result in unexpected compositions and calligraphic patterns. Julie Mellby writes, "These photographs pulse and pull and put us on the spot, in sharp relief to the traditional reverence and awe of historical landscape photography. Each print is a combination of several views balancing somewhere between elegance and outright chaos." More information >

A lecture by Hellebrand about her photographs will take place at the museum on November 6, 2011. Lecture information and registration >

Also, view the exhibition catalogue [pdf] >
June Bateman artists were featured in several AIPAD reviews. Michael Massaia was highlighted by aCurator magazine and the blog Pleasant Living; Sheila Rock was featured by the Wall Street Journal. Read more about the show and see photos from the June Bateman Fine Art booth here.

Sheila Rock's "Horse No. 1" was selected as the poster image for the Wall Street Journal's short-list write-up of Aipad.

A comprehensive exhibition of Sheila Rock's photography entitled Sera: The Way of The Tibetan Monk, opens Sept 4, 2008 at the William Benton Museum Of Art in Storrs, Connecticut.

The new Sex in the City movie starring Sarah Jessica Parker features the work of many June Bateman Fine Art photographers - keep your eyes peeled during the film for glimpses of their work on the walls of the gals' apartments.

In conjunction with the publication of her new book, Angels in Africa, works by Beth O'Donnell are on exhibit at the Holly Hunt Showroom, 150 East 58th Street, November 2-December 1. Exhibition curated by June Bateman. Angels in Africa (October 2006, $35 hardcover) introduces readers to seven visionary African women who have devoted their lives to overcoming Africa's issues for themselves, their peers, and future generations.

Works by June Bateman Fine Arts artists Millie Falcaro, Maura Sullivan, Victor Freidman, and Harvey Stein are featured in the hit film, The Devil Wears Prada. Their photographs grace the walls of Miranda Priestly's office.


 

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