Daniel W. Coburn Opens Solo Exhibition “Domestic Reliquary” at 5G Gallery

January 25, 2013
"Trinity Madonna" 24x36 Salted Paper Print and mixed media.

“Trinity Madonna” 24×36 Salted Paper Print and mixed media.

 

 

Daniel W. Coburn will celebrate the opening of his solo exhibition, Domestic Reliquary, at 5G Gallery on Friday February 8th. The public is invited to attend a reception for the artists at the gallery from 5-8pm. The exhibit will be on view until Tuesday February 26th.

Domestic Reliquary explores concepts related to gender, the loss of innocence, and the tragedies that occur within a family unit living under the ideals of the American dream. Coburn uses antiquated photographic processes to reprint a series of found images that represent a supplement to the family album. He correlates domestic to religious symbolism, reinterpreting objects and icons to create his own sacred visual vocabulary. This exhibition and installation is designed to reference the intersection of a family home, religious sanctuary, and museum space. For gallery hours or to arrange a private viewing contact Daniel at 785-221-0761.

5G Gallery
1715 5th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Men and Women: Photographic Portraits by Daniel W. Coburn and Lara Shipley @ The University of New Mexico, John Sommers Gallery

November 26, 2012

Men and Women: Photographic Portraits by Daniel Coburn and Lara Shipley.

John Sommers Gallery @ The University of New Mexico
August 17th – August 31st
Public Reception for The Artists:
August 17th 6-9pm

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Daniel W. Coburn will present “A Family Album and the Domestic Reliquary” at the 2012 Society for Photographic Education Southwest Conference.

November 26, 2012

A Family Album and the Domestic Reliquary
Artist Talk by Daniel W. Coburn
Society for Photographic Education Southwest Regional Conference
Aztlan Center
Fort Collins, Colorado.
Friday, November 2, 3:55pm

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“Next of Kin” featured in Change of “Pace” at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography

June 25, 2012

“Mom Has the Final Say” from my series Next of Kin is currently in a group show “Change of Pace” at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography curated by David Bram, founder and editor of Fraction Magazine.

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Jeff Rich’s new monograph “Watershed: The French Broad River” in Issue 38 of Fraction Magazine

May 7, 2012

I recently wrote a review Jeff Rich’s new monograph Watershed:The French Broad River for Issue 38 of Fraction Magazine. Jeff was the 2010 PhotoLucida Critical Mass book award winner.

Check out Fraction Magazine and read the review here:

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Next of Kin: Photographs by Daniel W. Coburn @ WORKSPACE Gallery

April 14, 2012

My solo exhibit “Next of Kin” opens at WORKSPACE Gallery in Lincoln on May 4th!

WORKSPACE Gallery
Sawmill Building 440 N. 8th St. Lincoln, NE 68508

Next of Kin: Photographs by Daniel W. Coburn
May 4 to June 29, 2012

First Friday Reception with the Artist
May 4, 6-8pm
Artist Comments at 7pm

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Daniel W. Coburn review of Alec Soth’s and John Gossage’s “The Auckland Project” in Issue 37 of Fraction Magazine.

April 1, 2012

Check out my review of Alec Soth’s and John Gossage’s collaborative book The Auckland Project in Issue 37 of Fraction Magazine.

Check out the review and Fraction Magazine!

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