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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Exposición Internacional De Los Finalistas Del Premio Fomenar 2017

30 Artists From 17 Countries
Andreii Chenko (Ukraine), Mona Hoel (Finland), Artur Golacki (UK), Pierpaolo Manfrè (Italy), Javier Volovich (Israel), Armin Armirian (Iran), Jessica McVicker (USA), Sabrina Grossi (Italy), Dzmitryi Kashtaryan (Belarus), Eugenia Shchukina (Russia), Christopher Ruane (USA), Tatyana Neklydovna (Russia), Alberto Sánchez (Australia), Roger Grasas (Spain), Matthias Kretschmer (Austria), Ryota Matsumoto (Japan), Sara Coluccia (Italy), Dmitri Matkowski (Russia), Moreno Gasparetto (Italy), Laura Alunni (Italy), Evgeny Kolesnik (Russia), Anneliese Di Vora (Austria), Katya ByStreetSky (Russia), Adelya Mukhametzhanova (Russia), Zac Endter (Austria), Lars Anderson (USA), Stefano Barattini (Italy).
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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Fomenar Prize - Barcelona Spain

My work The Lions' Den has been selected as a  finalist for the Fomenar prize. The thirty works selected will be on display at Art Nou Milleni Gallery in Barcelona (Spain) April 12th-26th. I am very happy to be part of this exhibition and look forward to meeting the 29 other artists from around the world.

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Cordite Poetry Review

My work TV Dinner is part of Cordite Poetry Review's newest issue of EKPHRASTIC. Cordite is an Australian international journal of poetry review and criticism, and series of print books. I was included in this issue thanks to the talented poet, Mr. David Ades. This may sound confusing, but Mr. Ades wrote a poem referring to two pieces contained in the Verse Envisioned Anthology, Chris Yeager’s Remember That Vietnamese Guy They Shot On TV In 1968 and my work T.V. Dinner. Ades really captures the timeless aspects of our experiences. Some moments whether seen first hand or viewed on a television are so powerful they echo through history and possibly forever.  Be sure to read the poem at the link. **

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

International Photography Awards

International Photography Awards Announces Category Winners of the 2016 Competition!

This year, The International Photography Awards received 17029 of submissions from over 162 countries, and is pleased to declare that Christopher Ruane was awarded

- Honorable Mention in Special - Digitally Enhanced for the winning entry The Lions' Den.

- Honorable Mention in Moving Images - Moving Images for the winning entry The Lions' Den - Deconstruction (VIDEO).

Very happy to be recognized for the image and the news of the video excites me to further explore this new addition to my work.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris

73,481 votes have been tallied in the annual Prix de la Photographie Paris.
Very happy to report that my image The Lions' Den received a second place People's Choice Award in the Fine Art/Collage category.
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Friday, October 28, 2016

2016 Nationwide Catholic Arts Exhibition

I am very happy to announce that my work The Lions' Den will be part of the 6th Nationwide Juried Catholic Arts Exhibition.  The exhibition was juried this year by Denis R. McNamara, Ph.D. The show will run through December 4th, 2016 with an opening reception on Sunday October 30th. This exhibition is only held every two years and typically is too good to miss. See you there!

About the Juror - Dr. McNamara is is an architectural historian and the author of numerous articles on art and architecture in Communio, Rite, Chicago Studies, Adoremus Bulletin, Sacred Architecture, Environment and Art Letter, Assembly, The Priest, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Letter and Spirit, and Arris: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. His book Heavenly City: The Architectural Tradition of Catholic Chicago (Liturgy Training Publications, 2005) appeared on the Catholic Bestseller List and won a Benjamin Franklin Award from the Independent Booksellers Association as well as two first place awards from the Midwest Independent Publishers Association. His 2009 book, Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy, earned a second place award from the Catholic Press Association. His newest book, How to Read A Church: A Crash Course in Christian Architecture (Rizzoli) has been published in seven languages.

Past Jurors include: Dr. Frima Fox Hofrichter, professor of the history of art and design at Pratt Institute, NY, and co-author to the Baroque and Rococo sections of Janson’s History of Art: The Western Tradition; Duncan G. Stroik, professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame, IN, and preeminent liturgical architect; Sister Wendy Beckett, world-acclaimed art historian and BBC personality; Dr. John T. Spike, Assistant Director and Chief Curator of the Muscarelle Museum of Art at The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg VA, and leaded Leonardo and Michelangelo expert; and Janet Mckenzie, an internationally-known artist known for her distinctive iconography of sacred subjects whose work won first place the National Catholic Reporter's "Jesus 2000" competition.

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Friday, October 28, 2016

European Month Of Photography

The European Month Of Photography comes to a close very soon. If you are in Berlin over the next few days, be sure to check out my work at the the Palazzo Italia.
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Friday, October 28, 2016

Illuminations Through December 9th

Thank you to everyone who came out to Carlow University to hear me speak about my work and process yesterday. If you have not seen this joint exhibition yet, be sure to check it out through Dec 9th.
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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Berlin Foto Biennale & European Month Of Photography

I am very happy to be included in the 2016 Berlin Foto Bienniale as this year's Charles Dodgson award winner. A limited large scale black & white edition of 4 of my works from my Sacred Art / Modern World project and a special edition Lions' Den print accompanied by the deconstruction video will also be on view. The Berlin Foto Biennale will be composed of a solo exhibition, retrospective of Steve McCurry of Magnum Photos, a collective exhibition curated among awardees of previous competitions of the Charles Dodgson Award, the Julia M Cameron Award (JMCA,) the Pollux Awards, The Jacob Riis Award, and the recent overall winner of the 9th edition of the JMCA. The Berlin Foto Biennale 2016 is also the 4th edition of the Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography. After Madrid, Buenos Aires and Malaga the curated photo show comes to Berlin to offer emerging and esta­blished artists from all over the world a platform, and to showcase international trends in fine art as well as documentary photography. The Biennial, entitled Emotions and Commotions Across Cultures is situated in the historic heart of Berlin. It features contemporary artists from 41 countries of 5 continents. The winners of this year's award, juried by Andréa Holzherr (Director of Global Exhibitions at Magnum Photos), are also included in this comprehen­sive photographic display. Recognizing a wide array of artistic expression across diverse cultures, the Berlin Foto Biennale 2016 presents a contemporary overview of the different schools of thought emerging from the United States to China, from Australia to Turkey and from Senegal to Mexico. Its spectrum of styles ranges from docu­mentary and wildlife, to portrait and experimental photography. As a special guest of the European Month of Photography, the Biennial also contains an essay by emerging young talent Yusuke Suzuki about the refugee crisis on Lesbos and the chaos in Syria’s Aleppo. As special invitee Magnum photographer Steve McCurry will present 130 of his most remarkable works in his solo exhibition, Retrospective. The Berlin Foto Biennale 2016 presents to visitors not only a panorama of contemporary photography but also a kaleidoscope of sentiments and perceptions captured worldwide. In this way a photographic chro­nicle of our time emerges with all its emotions and commotions.

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Saturday, September 24, 2016


Curated by Veronica Nemec

Alan Richards * Larry Zdeb * Lynne Johnson * Emmanuel Monzon *  Paula Swisher * Marcia Lloyd * Marilyn Richeda * Jan Brandt * Alex Sewell * Margery Applebaum * Max Tzinman * Jim Jacobs * Christopher Ruane * Ashley Shellhause * Linda Jacobs * Robert Augstell *Paxton Maroney * Chris Vanden Broeke

Chelsea NY: Viridian Artists is pleased to present ” Director’s Choice: From Virtual To Actual 5″, art from the powerpoint presentation of our 26th International Juried Competition. Curated by Vernita Nemec, this exhibit brings the actual art of that virtual presentation to the gallery walls. The exhibit continues from   September 27- October 15, 2016 with an opening reception Thursday, September 29, 6-8PM.

Despite the popularity of the web and the fact that we are becoming more adept at looking at art on the web, seeing art in reality offers the viewer a much richer experience, hence the title “From Virtual to Actual”. All the artists in this exhibition have a personal obsession that serves as a starting point in their search for ways in which to transform inner visions into reality. Transforming these inner realities into art becomes a translation of the “virtual into the actual”.
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