Greetings from Salton Sea

Eye on the West at Yale’s Beinecke Library, Sept 1 – Dec 16, 2018

Eye on the West: Photography and the Contemporary West will be on exhibit at Yale's Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library from Saturday, September 1 through to Sunday, December 16, 2018.  The North American West has been inhabited for millennia, but our vision of its history and cultures has...

Beinecke Library at Yale University acquires 100 photographs by Kim Stringfellow

The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University acquired 100 photographs by Kim Stringfellow during late summer 2017. The acquisition includes work from three of her major projects documenting the environmental and cultural history of the Southern California desert region; Greetings from the Salton...

art ltd. article of High (& Low) Desert Artists

Steven Biller and Deborah Ross did a nice 'Desert Supplement' article featuring a selection of High (& Low) Desert artists for the January 2013 issue of art ltd. magazine. Click here to read the article: www.artltdmag.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1357260689&archive=&start_from=&ucat=34&  ...

Salton Sea portfolio featured on Zocalo Public Square

A portfolio of images from Greetings from the Salton Sea is featured on Zócalo Public Square: http://zocalopublicsquare.org/thepublicsquare/2012/09/24/hold-your-nose-and-enjoy/read/glimpses/  ...

The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment @ Nevada Museum of Art

The Altered Landscape celebrates the institution’s signature photography collection that examines human interaction and intervention with environments. While the collection represents a diversity of artists, techniques, visual styles, subjects, and ideological positions, it is unified by two basic principles: a concern for inspiring dialogue about...

EcoCultures @ George Mason University

EcoCultures is an exhibition bringing together current cultural productions at the intersections of the arts, sciences and the practice of everyday life to explore the interdependence of our social and biological systems. Mason Hall Gallery | George Mason University, Fairfax VA September 22 - October 6, 2011 Public Reception - September...

HALF LIFE: Patterns of Change at the Santa Fe Art Institute

Artists Eve Andrée Laramée and Kim Stringfellow will exhibit work for the inaugural exhibition of HALF LIFE: Patterns of Change for the Santa Fe Art Institute's 2011-2012 exhibition season theme: Cycles of Creation, Decay, and Renewal in Art and Life. "When an object or system stops...

Salton Sea Museum @ North Shore hosts group show of SoCAL Artists

VALLEY OF THE ANCIENT LAKE - Works Inspired by the Salton Sea Curated by Deborah Martin with historical works and memorabilia by Jennie Kelly April 1, 2011 – April 30, 2011 Opening Reception Sunday April 3, 3-7:00 pm Museum Open Daily 10 am - 4 pm, Closed Wednesdays &...

SEED Magazine reviews Ecotopia at ICP

SEED Magazine ARTSPEAK The arts community is responding to climate change, and changing the conversation in the process. By Natalie Jeremijenko The year 2006 has seen a change in the weather. Climate change, perhaps the most far-reaching and significant scientific issue of this century, is no stranger to the...

Roberta Smith (New York Times) reviews Ecotopia at ICP

Excerpt from "The Natural World, in Peril and in Its Full Glory," by Roberta Smith, New York Times, September 13, 2006. "On the center’s lower level, Kim Stringfellow’s Web site, available on a monitor, offers an exploration of the colorful past and precarious present of the...

Greetings from the Salton Sea selected for 2005 Winter Photo-Eye Booklist

Photo-Eye selected Greetings from the Salton Sea: Folly and Intervention in the Southern California Landscape, 1905–2005 for their 2005 Winter Booklist. Below is an excerpt of the book review by Phil Harris. "Kim Stringfellow's book charts a ten year obsession with the peculiar Salton Sea in...

San Diego Union-Tribune reviews Greetings from the Salton Sea

Wake-up call 'Greetings From the Salton Sea' is a strong cry to rescue a unique area Reviewed by Ann Jarmusch September 25, 2005 With a cover photograph drenched in radioactive colors and irony, this book rests in the hands like a live grenade. Did we pull the pin?...