Gallery Ehva
daring and beautiful art

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Dear Friends,

Sorry, we're closed now.

I could not keep gallery open for more then one reason, but the biggest one was me. I did not feel I was strong (and smart) to contine. I needed rest: do nothing time, be closer to Earth, Sea, Sun, Sky, my cat Bikini and my dog Hana.

Do I miss it? Yes! I miss our dinners, painting Easter eggs, my freedom to do with our space whatever I wanted to do, I miss people, soup and bread openings... I miss our little "community".

Do I miss ART? Not now. I am fine having my hands dirty, working in my garden.

What I do now? Hmmm, little art, lots of cooking...

Who I am now? Rebel, definitely!

So, be well my friends and thank you for letting me love you. I know we'll see each other, sonner or later.

-- Yours, always, Ewa

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You can always reach me by phone, e-mail or mail.

Ewa Nogiec 508 487-0011
ewa@iamprovincetown.com

P.O. Box 675, North Truro, MA 02652

 


Art Is Good

Here are my friends:

 

Donna Dodson, Gallery Ehva

Donna Dodson

Bill Liebeskind

Bill Liebeskind

Gallery Ehva: Richard E. Smith

Richard E. Smith

Tracey Anderson
Midge Battelle
Bill Barrell
Rachel Brown
Arthur Cohen
Didier Corallo
David Ellis
Miriam Freidin
Joanna Gabler
Fred Garbers
Wendelin Glatzel
Irén Handschuh
Myrna Harrison

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Provincetown Artist Registry

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I am Provincetown

I am Provincetown...

Rachel Brown

2015

October 9-21, 2015

Opening Friday, October 9, 6-8pm

Photograph by Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown, 3 armoires et escalier, 2005

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Rachel Brown, 2010. In the background painting by Daniel Déjean.

 

Rachel Brown

 

Rachel Brown

Hay loft, Spain

Rachel Brown

Ulster, Rain

Rachel Brown

Village, Pyrenees

 

These photographs are part of a project on emigration, funded in part by the Commission of the European Communities in 1993-1994. 

Ten invited artists from Ireland, France and Spain participated in this project, a six-week journey through places in those countries where emigration has deeply affected the population, culture and landscape.

As an emigré myself at the time, I drew from my own experience which had revealed that "memories and dream images of the past are most often of small and ordinary things, places and moments", elsewhere landscapes, places in Ulster, Catalunya and the south of France from which others had emigrated and might have carried these visual memories. --Rachel Brown

 

 

Born in New York City, 1936

Studied photography as private student of Melissa Shook at MIT, Cambridge, MA. 1976.

Represented by Gallery Ehva, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA, and Galerie Trafic, Paris, France.

 

Solo Exhibitions

2010-2011
"Interludes: Clouds, Snow, Field Work " - Provincetown Art Assocation and Museum. The whole PAAM show (except for five small ones which will be added later) can be seen here www.rachelbrownphoto.com

2010
Lesalonreçoit, Toulouse, France “The Women’s Wing/L’Aile des Femmes”
2009
Musée Arthur Batut, La Bruguière, Tarn, France. Sweeney’s Flight.
2006
France: Three-venue tour of "The Women's Wing/L'Aile des Femmes"
Palais des Evêques, St.-Lizier; L'Estive Cultural Center, Foix; Centre Méridional de l'Architecture et de la Ville, Toulouse.
2005
Galerie Trafic. “The Women's Wing/L'Aile des Femmes,” a pinhole camera study of an abandoned mental asylum for women in St. Lizier, France.
2001
University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France. “Children of Ulster”
2001-2
Centre Meridional de l’Architecture et de la Ville, Toulouse, France. “Field Work”.
2001
Lesalonreçoit. Toulouse, France. “Nuages Croyables”.
2000
Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. “Children of Ulster”.
1996-8
Seven-venue tour throughout Northern Ireland of two exhibitions: “The Donegal Pictures” and “Migrations”.
1995
Stockholm Public Library, Sweden. “Sweeney’s Flight”. In conjunction with Nobel Prize award to Seamus Heaney (co-author of “Sweeney’s Flight”).
1993
Fermanagh County Museum. Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
Amherst College, Amherst, MA.
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA.
1992
South Bank Poetry Library. London, England.
Dublin Writers Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Lenoir-Rhyne College. Hickory, NC.
1991
University of Leiden. Leiden, Netherlands.


Group Exhibitions

2009
ArtStrand Gallery, Provincetown, MA, USA. All About Photography. Invitational.
2002
Group exhibition at Galerie Trafic. Ivry-sur-Seine, France.
2001
Two-person exhibition with artist Daniel Dejean at Galerie Trafic. Ivry-sur-Seine, France.
2000
“Three Photographers: Rachel Brown, Norma Holt, Lisette Model.” Cherrystone Gallery, Wellfleet, MA.
2000
“Pyrénées: Nouveaux Regards, Nouveau Siècle.“; Touring exhibition of five artists. Shown in Collioure, Toulouse and Pau, France.
1999
“Atelier et Produits Finis.” Ten invited photographers. Villemur-sur-Tarn, France. Sponsored by the Conseil Régional Midi-Pyrénées.
1996
Rising Tide Gallery. Provincetown, MA.
1996
“Begegnungen.” Museum Kloster-Asbach, Bavaria, Germany.
1994-5
“Kaleidoscopic Pilgrimage.” Ten artists from Ireland, France and Spain on the subject of transmigration.
Sponsored by the Commission of European Communities. Six-venue tour in Ireland and Spain.


Forthcoming Exhibitions
Gallery Ehva, Provincetown, MA, July 2010;
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA, November 2010


Grants

2006
Recipient of €3000 grant from French government, Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles, to continue work. France.


Publications

2002

"Solstice"
Sixteen photographs of summer and winter solstice periods in County Mayo and Connemara.
Foreword by Mary Oliver. Self-published.

1987/1988

"Rachel Giese: The Donegal Pictures"
Seventy-nine photographs of remote Irish-speaking farming and sheepherding community. Introduction by Ciaran Carson. Faber & Faber and Wake Forest University Press.

1992

"Sweeney’s Flight"
Thirty-four photographs of Ulster landscape with poetry text by Seamus Heaney (winner of 1995 Nobel Prize for Literature). Faber & Faber and Farrar, Straus & Giroux. (Published under former name Rachel Giese.)

2004

"Irish Pages"
Belfast, 2004. Vol. 2, Number 2, Earth Issue. Photo Portfolio: Field Work

Book Covers

H?lt Hely. Poetry of Seamus Heaney translated into Hungarian by Imreh András. Kalligram. 2010
Súile Shuibhne. Poetry by Cathal Ó Searcaigh. Coiscéim, Dublin, 1983.
Nihil Obstat. Poetry By Gabriel Rosentstock. Coiscéim, 1984
Ploughshares. An anthology of poetry edited by Seamus Heaney.
Cambridge, MA. 1984
Setting Foot on the Shores of Connemara & Other Writings.
Tim Robinson. Lilliput Press. 1996
Camchuairt Chonamara Theas: A Twisty Journey Mapping South Connemara.
Tim Robinson. Coiscéim. 2002


Authors' Portraits for Book Covers

Mary Oliver. The Best American Essays, 2009. Mariner Books. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Derek Mahon. The Hudson Letter, Derek Mahon:
Selected Poems, The Bacchae. Gallery Press, Penguin Books
Ciarán Carson. First Language:Poems.
Wake Forest University Press, Gallery Press
Cathal Ó Searcaigh. An Bealach'na Bhaile: Homecoming.
Clo Iar- Chonnachta.
Tom Paulin. Fivemiletown. Faber & Faber
Patricia Craig. Oxford Book of Schooldays,
Oxford Book of Modern Women's Stories. Oxford University Press
Cynthia Zarin. The Swordfish Tooth. Alfred Knopf
John Montague. Smashing the Piano. Wake Forest University Press.

 

artist website: www.rachelbrownphoto.com/

 

 

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Art Is Good

Here are my friends:

Gallery Ehva, Nathalie Ferrier

Nathalie Ferrier

Alicia Henry

Alicia Henry

Daniel Dejean, Gallery Ehva

Daniel Dejean

Gallery Ehva, Janice Redman

Janice Redman

Rob Westerberg

Rob Westerberg

Barbara Cohen, Gallery Ehva

Barbara Cohen

Ken Horii, Gallery Ehva

Ken Horii

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Jenny Humphreys
René Lamadrid
Bill Liebeskind
Susan Lyman
Diane Messinger
Andy Moerlein
Henry Moore
Ewa Nogiec
David Paulson
Cyndi Wish

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