Join Brenton Hamilton for an evening presentation surveying Brenton’s 25 years in photography. Brenton has worked in the historical processes area for nearly 3 decades. This presentation will not only survey his ar work but delve into his influences from the origins of photography.

Hamilton a storyteller has woven a complex and personal narrative. Deeply influenced by Talbot and proto Photographs from the 1820’s and employing surrealist motifs, Hamiton’s work asserts a new narrative.
This Coming Sunday!

October 18, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Hamilton has been an educator at Maine Media Workshops since 1992 and specializes in the history of photography, historic process and darkroom craft. His new 2020 monograph: A Blue Idyll, was just released in September by Schilt Publishing, Amsterdam.
© Cecelia Paredes, "Both Worlds"
We are thrilled to have storied Chicago gallerist Martha Schneider with us for an online conversation featuring her survey of Latin American Photography and creative photography.

With over 30 years of experience, Martha Schneider has been dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography, representing artists from around the world,
featuring photographers from: Argentina, Guatemala, Africa, China, Germany, and among others.

Martha Schneider was born and raised in Entre Rios, Argentina, 1941. She attended Universidad de Buenos Aires, School of Liberal Arts where she majored in Journalism and minored in Art History. Martha moved to Chicago in 1964 with her husband, Jorge Schneider, where she later created Schneider Gallery in 1985. The Gallery, originally located in Highland Park, specialized in ceramics and jewelry.

One week from today!

October 22, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Several years later, Martha moved the Gallery to the River North Gallery District and shifted her focus to contemporary photography, specializing in Latin American photography. Schneider Gallery soon became one of the United States’ top photography galleries, and showcased international and national artists for over 30 years before closing in 2019.

Martha is currently operating from home as an art consultant, and continues to actively participate in the art scene as a juror, curator, lecturer, advisor, and portfolio reviewer.

We are opened. Appointments required. No walkins please.