Featuring: Alice Hargrave, Amy Lombard, Arne Svenson,Audrey Bardou, Brea Souders, Claire Ryan, Devin Allen, Hiro Tanaka, James Johnson, Jamie Campbell, Jennifer Greenburg, Jessica Pettway, Jill Greenberg, Joseph Ritchie, Karl Baden, Kensuke Koike, Madoka Hasegawa, Matthew Genitempo, Natalia Wiernik, Nesam Keshavarz, Rachelle Mozman, Robin Schwartz, Sabrina Boem, Sadie Wechsler, Sarah Wilmer, Stephen Eichorn, Stephen Shore, Susan Worsham, Tara Wray, Vala Kjarval

Curated by Humble Arts Foundation co-founder, Jon Feinstein, this exhibition features a selection of photos from an open entry call, and from the 2017 book, “Humble Cats: New Cats in Art Photography”.

Challenging the idea that cat photography lives solely for viral cuteness, Humble Cats is a collection of art ‘legit’ images—ones that push boundaries and break clichés. The exhibition gives an insight into cats’ continued role as photographic muse and shows that they can go deeper and have a longer shelf life than a quickly expiring meme. It’s an opportunity for the high and low brow to join hands and embrace the fluidity of our feline friends.


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Humble Cats: Photoville Edition

 archive : 2018

Featuring: Various Artists

Curated by: Jon Feinstein

Presented by: Weruva
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Brooklyn, NY 11201

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