CURRENT, RECENT AND UPCOMING
Seeing Glacial Time examines how eight contemporary artists employ the "real time" of photography to visualize the largely imperceptible, gradual changes in "glacial time" from the bellwether Arctic region. The other artists in the show are: Subhankar Banerjee; Olaf Otto Becker; Resa Blatman; Caleb Cain Marcus; Gilles Mingasson; Joan Perlman and Camille Seaman
DUE NORTH: I NORDUR
Presented by Philagrafika, Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA
January 9 - 26, 2014
DIANE BURKO: GLACIAL PERSPECTIVES
Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
September 4, 2013 - July 31, 2014
This exhibition of paintings and photographs reflects Burko's interest in extreme landscapes and her ability to transform visual and technical data into dynamic views of some of the most sublime landscapes on earth...Making the difference in glacial movement and snow levels from the recent past to today visually present, she turns aside the distracting political debates to call attention to the facts of climate change.
Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
July 1, 2013 - May 2, 2014
In Sensing Change, the Chemical Heritage Foundation will exhibit visual artists' depictions of environmental change alongside video interviews with atmospheric scientists who investigate such phenomena. Eight of Diane Burko's photographs will be featured along with the work of the following artists: Vaughn Bell, Roderick Coover, Katie Holten, Stacy Levy, Eve Mosher, Andrea Polli and Fernanda Viegas / Martin Wattenberg.
DIANE BURKO: WATER MATTERS
LewAllen Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
June 8 - July 15, 2012
A selection of paintings and photographs from 1985 to the present will feature Burko's preoccuptation with water as a theme throughout her career. Images come from a wide range of sources; from the Pacific Ocean to Iceland's waterfalls, from the Wissahickon River in Philadelphia, the Delaware canal and Geddes Run Creek in Bucks County to Yellowstone National Park and the Everglades
A video about Diane made by John Thornton in conjunction with this exhibition can be seen HERE.
Diane Burko's newly purchased Sperry 2 will be included in a show along with other photographers whose work goes beyond landscape to engage
with issues of the earth and its environment, such as Subhankar Banerjee, Marilyn Bridges, David Maisel, J. Henry Fair, Emmet Gowin and Alex MacLean, among others.
Curated by Fredericka Foster the exhibition features 41 artists including Gregory Amenoff, Diane Burko, Terestia Fernandez,
Jenny Holzer, William Kentridge, Mark Rothko, Kiki Smith, Pat Steir, Bill Viola, among others.