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May 3, 9am-11:30am:  Tengelsen Gallery (ALLI), 107 E Deer Park Rd, Huntington Sta- drop off your work for show. A team will install it during the afternoon 12-5:00pm, so it is vital that you have work delivered in the morning. If you have a conflict, please arrange for someone else to bring in your work. You’ll have 60” of running space, including spaces between works, with approximately 3’ maximum in total height available to display your work.  You can remain on installation day to attend to your own installation, if you like, but an installation team will have final say in the overall installation.


May 4 – August 8: “Our Botanical World,” at Queens Botanical Garden Art Gallery, 43-50 Main Street, Flushing, NY. A Professional Women Photographers (PWP) group show. Reception Friday, May 18 from 6-8 p.m. LICP participating member: Joan Weiss



May 15, 7:00pm:  Little Gallery @ E. Meadow Public Library. Discussion topic: “The merits and demerits of smart phone photography.” Feel free to bring in samples of your phone photography on a flash drive. Group critique- no special assignment.


May 20, Sunday, 1-3pm: Reception for Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery “60 inches” show. Dismantling will follow directly after the reception. You must be there to take your work home, Nothing can be left at the gallery.



Special Events:


At the Metropolitan Museum of Art:

William Eggleston until May 20


At MOMA:

New Photography 2018 – until August 19

Stephen Shore – Until May 28


Michael Spano Urban Report,” Steven Kasher Gallery, 515 W. 26th St., 2nd fl., NY, NY 10001, 212/966-3978, www.stevenkasher.com, T–Sat 11–6, through April 14.


At the Morgan Library:

Peter Hujar, photographs of animals – through May 20


Brooklyn Museum:

Bowie exhibit through mid-July, great show per Dick Lopez


The Photography Show at Pier 94, 12th Ave. & 55th Street, April 5-8 (12-8 p.m.) Considered one of the most important photography events in NYC. www.AIPADshow.com