Cambrige 2022

'World View'
January 8 — February 5, 2022
Bridge Gallery in partnership with the Social Documentary Network (SDN) present a group exhibition following the ZEKE Awards. Among the 19 participants in the exhibition are two award-winning photodocumentary photographers Misha Maslennikov and David Verberkt, members of the Noga Creative Union.
5 Pemberton St., Cambridge, MA 02140-1903, USA.
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Curated by Greig Kranna.

World View

World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

For the third year in a row we are pleased to partner with the Social Documentary Network to present highlights from the 2021 ZEKE Award for documentary photography. This year BRIDGE Gallery has curated the show from over 100 submissions to highlight 19 photographers from around the world. It’s a stunningly diverse show, both stylistically and geographically.

As has been the pattern for the past 2 years Covid is dictating how and when we show work at the gallery, and will continue to do so for the near future. In deference to Covid upticks and people’s uneasiness, we will forego a conventional opening reception for this show. Instead we’ll extend the hours for opening day in the hope that the numbers will be spread out over a longer period of time, and expand the open hours for the duration of the show. As much as we love entertaining crowds at our opening receptions we feel it would be irresponsible at this time.

So, the expanded hours for this show are as follows: Saturday the 8th will be 12:00 — 6:00. From then on it will be Saturday and Sunday from 12:00-5:00, Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00. Hopefully these expanded hours will encourage more people to come and spread the numbers out a bit. As usual, the back door will be open, air purifiers are in use and masks will be required.

We’re convinced that things will return to some form of normal eventually and assure you that in the meantime we’ll be here presenting stimulating photography in any way we can.

Our audience has expanded dramatically during Covid and we are deeply grateful for the support that you’ve all shown us.

Looking forward to seeing you all in the coming weeks…

Greig Cranna
Founder and Director
of the Bridge Photography Gallery


BRIDGE Gallery





Exhibition hours:

Opening Day: Saturday, January 8, 12:00 pm — 6:00 pm.
Saturday and Sunday thru February 5: 12:00 pm — 5:00 pm.
Tuesday and Thursday: 4:00 pm — 7:00 pm.

The back door will be open, air purifiers are in use and masks will be required.


Photographers

Sofia Aldinio
Annette Bonnier
Joe Bürgi
Isabella Franceschini
Anna Grevenitis
Rohina Hoffman
Misha Maslennikov
Peter Merts
Alberto Mesirca  

Marcio Pimenta
Oliver Raschka
Nicolò Filippo Rosso
Ashkan Shabani
Richard Sharum
Matilde Simas
Mick Stetson
David Verberckt
David Waage
Michele Zousmer  


A hand
A hand
Burning old grass
Burning old grass
Dragnet on The Beriozovaya
Dragnet on The Beriozovaya
On a road fork
On a road fork
Cossack Valerka. Standing in all growth in a saddle
Cossack Valerka. Standing in all growth in a saddle


World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

exhibitions

World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Bielsko-Biała 2021

'The Don Steppe' 8 — 24 October, 2021 The Centre for Photography Foundation, within the framework of the 9. Foto Art...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

New York 2021

'ZEKE Award Winners 2021' 18 September — 1 December, 2021 The Social Documentary Network (SDN) presents an exhibition...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Vitebsk 2021

'Noga is 15 years old' 23 — 27 June, 2021 Noga Creative Union presents an anniversary exhibition of documentary...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Moscow 2021

“PhotoTOP 2021” 10 June — 19 September, 2021 On June 10, the Gallery of Classical Photography will open the largest...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Odessa 2020

'Thin Line' 21 August — 4 September, 2020 Noga Creative Union, within the framework of the Thin Line Photo Festival,...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Vitebsk 2020

'Odessa. Photos 1985' / 'New York before and after' 25 June — 5 July, 2020 Noga Creative Union, during the Covid-19...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Odessa 2020

'Odessa. Photos from 1985' 15 February — 6 March, 2020 Noga Creative Union and Paparazzi Photo Salon present...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Odessa 2019

'India. Dreaming of Varanasi' 14 — 30 June, 2019 Noga Creative Union presents an exhibition of black and white...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Tartu 2019

'Chukotka is a land of loneliness' 4 February — 7 March, 2019 Noga Creative Union and the group OVER present...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Narva 2018

'Chukotka is a land of loneliness' 10 November — 17 December, 2018 Noga Creative Union, within the framework of the...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Vitebsk 2018

'Ordinary Photos' 20 — 24 June, 2018 The Sigismund Yurkovsky III International Photographic Festival “PhotoKrok”,...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

St. Petersburg 2016

'Life without fanfare and parade' 2 September — 1 October, 2016 Interdistrict Centralized Library System. M.Yu....
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Norilsk 2014

'Invisible country' 7 — 30 November, 2014 Liberty.SU presents the photo exhibition “Invisible Country”....
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Odessa 2013

'Ordinary Photos' 1 — 15 October, 2013 Noga Creative Union, Department of Culture, Nationalities, Religions and the...
World View. Misha Maslennikov. Documentary photography

Nizhny Novgorod 2013

'3 Outskirts' 3 — 16 April, 2013 Noga Creative Union, Ministry of Culture of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, and Russian...