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It was like this: a tiny cross on a hillside under a fairly sinister sky. Along with this: a barn in the distance seen through a corn field with "REPENT" painted in giant letters on the roof, big enough to be seen by a passing plane. And this: a home-made billboard that says, "Hell is Real." I know that. Well, as a metaphor, I know that. I saw these pictures made by Bill Vaccaro at a portfolio review. Actually, I think we met outside of the review room at the bar, but either way, these images (…)
Lauren is a freelance photographer, and former attorney, based in New York City. Her street photography has received several awards and has been exhibited at various venues around the world, including: "The Fence" at Photoville, NYC; the Museum of the City of New York, NYC; Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, NYC; PhotoLeiden, The Netherlands; Gudberg Nerger Gallery, Hamburg, DE; and the Center For Fine Art Photography, HistoryMiami Museum, and Rayko Photo Center, in the US. Her work and interviews have been published in a variety of publications, including PDN Online; ViewFind; CBS News; New Yorker Magazine; Slate Magazine; All-About-Photo.com; Il Repubblica; YourDailyPhotograph.com; Desert Leaf Magazine; Rangefinder Magazine, World Photography Organization, the Phoblographer, Street (…)
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Start Date: 2017-04-13 | End Date: 2017-06-03
Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present Lauren Greenfield's incredible documentary project and newly released monograph, Generation Wealth (Phaidon 2017). Acclaimed documentary photographer and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield has been working for the past twenty-five years to chronicle a previously unprecedented global obsession with wealth and materialism. Remarkable in scope and depth, from Moscow high society to Atlanta strip club royalty, Greenfield's photographs explore the desire for more and succeed in revealing gender dynamics, cult of celebrity, consumerism, power of sex and marketing, and their eventual consequences. Generation Wealth is an especially timely and pertinent body of (…)
Courtesy Angela Bacon-Kidwell
Featured Photography Book:
By Oliver Curtis
Taken over a period of four years, Volte-Face is an invitation to turn around and see a new aspect of the over-photographed sites of the world - to gaze elsewhere and to favour the incidental over the monumental. Much of what is seen when one turns away may initially seem mundane, the antithesis of the famous construction. These landscapes are in every sense over-looked. They emit a quiet history (…)
Selected Photo Contests:
Dates: Close on May 10, 2017
Entry Fee: Members: $29 Non-Members: $39
Photography as Response provides photographers with a platform to address current local and global social issues. We will print select photographs/artwork alongside associated issues in a four page, broadsheet flyer for national distribution as well as promote artists in the Center’s gallery and online exhibitions. In addition, the Center will host a series of community conversations with artists and field experts. Our goal is to produce a high quality exhibition and foster community dialog to energize research and action.
Juror: Christy Havranek
JUROR'S AWARD: $400
DIRECTOR'S AWARD: $200
Honorable Mention Awards: 1-year membership and submission to a Call for Entry.
Dates: March 1, 2015 to June 30, 2017
Eligibility: The contest is open to photographers from around the world ages 8 and over.
Entry Fee: $10
Prize: Cash Prize
Part of Audubon's mission is to connect people with nature. The Nature Photography Contest fulfills that mission in two ways. The photographer connects with nature while making images and the viewer becomes inspired to connect with nature by seeing the images.
The purpose of the contest is to give photographers an outlet to share their work and have it judged, while at the same time inspiring others to connect with nature and raising money to support the work of the Audubon Community Nature Center in Jamestown, New York.
Prizes will be awarded in two divisions:
Adult: age 18 or older, or out of high school
Youth: ages 8 to 18, or still in high school
4 Categories, Landscapes, Plants, Wildlife, Audubon Community Nature Center
Cash Prizes of $100 each
Dates: Close on May 22, 2017
Entry Fee: $30 for five photographs
For this exhibition we are looking for work that tells a story, recites a poem, or simply gives beauty to the viewer, without significant use of the color spectrum. We are especially drawn to the sense of timelessness that monochromatic images can convey. All photo-based capture methods and processes are welcome.
Recipients of the Juror’s Award and Director’s Award will each be entitled to a portfolio review by Jennifer Schlesinger.