Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another

Main Gallery

March 23 – May 5, 2012

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevator, Series III, near Williamsburg, Kansas, 1973
14 x 11 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1974

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Landscape - St. Paul, 1974
9 1/2 x 9 3/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1975

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Untitled, 1974
9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Landscape - Downtown Los Angeles, 1974
9 1/2 x 9 5/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1975

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Landscape - Minneapolis, 1973
14 x 11 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1975

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Valley of Bean Creek, timber salvage completed, heavy ash deposit- 7 miles NE of Mt. St. Helens, Washington, 1983
9 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1993

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Valley of Bean Creek, regrowth, erosion - 7 miles NE of Mt. St. Helens, Washington, 1990
9 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1993

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Regrowth in Valley of Clearwater Creek, 10 miles NE of Mount St. Helens, Washington, 1990
7 1/2 X 22 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1993

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Valley of Clearwater Creek, Salvage and Replanting Completed, Dead Trees Left Standing to Provide Wildlife Habitat, 10 Miles NE of Mount St. Helens, Washington, 1983
7 1/2 X 22 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1993

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #7, 1973
7 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #4, 1973
8 1/4 x 8 1/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #30, 1973
8 1/4 x 8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #18, 1972
7 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1972

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series II, 1973
8 1/4 x 8 1/8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #20, 1973
14 x 11 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #29, 1973
8 x 8 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Grain Elevators - Minneapolis - Series I, #19, 1973
7 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1973

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Untitled, 1971-72
3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
Unique Polaroid Type 50

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Untitled, 1971-72 3
1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
Unique Polaroid Type 50

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Untitled, 1971-72
3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
Unique Polaroid Type 50

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Unpacked: Untitled #1, 2008-2009
23 1/2 x 58 inches
Pigment print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Aftermath: The Wichita Falls Tornado, #7A - 1600 Block of Aldrich, looking East, 1979
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1980

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Aftermath: #7B, 1980
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1982

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Aftermath: The Wichita Tornado #6A - Alley between Aldrich and Christine on Southmoor Lane, 1979
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1980

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Wichita Falls Tornado - Site #6, 1980
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1982

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Aftermath: The Wichita Falls Tornado #2A - Southern Manor Apartments, looking West, 1979
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1980

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Aftermath: #2B, 1980
14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 1982

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ten Minutes in North Texas, No. 2, 1995
53 x 38 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ten Minutes in North Texas, No. 1, 1995
53 x 38 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ten Minutes in North Texas, No. 4, 1995
53 x 38 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ten Minutes in North Texas, No. 3, 1995
53 x 38 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Ten Minutes in North Texas, No. 8, 1995
53 x 38 inches
Gelatin silver print; printed 2011

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Unpacked: Untitled #4, 2008-2009
24 x 60 inches
Pigment print; printed 2012

Frank Gohlke: One Thing and Another 2012 Howard Greenberg Gallery

Unpacked: Untitled #7, 2008-2009
24 x 60 inches
Pigment print; printed 2012

Press Release

Howard Greenberg Gallery is pleased to present – One Thing and Another – an exhibition of work by leading American landscape photographer, Frank Gohlke. The exhibition features Ten Minutes in North Texas, a project 16 years in the making, which continues Gohlke’s exploration of his native Texas which has been a major touchstone throughout his career. Inspired by the inescapable Texas horizons, Gohlke wanted to make photographs that captured their quiet beauty. He began the project in 1995 by photographing a particular landscape from the same angle ten minutes apart, only realizing the final prints in 2011. The understated, quiet diptychs express the importance of “place” and the continual observation of how we live and build our lives surrounded by the natural world. Gohlke notes, “Place has been central to my work because it is in places that I find materials I can shape into the dimensions of my inner life.”