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Steidel Fine Art prepares bold, color driven exhibition
Steidel Fine Art prepares bold, color driven exhibition
Steidel Fine Art, of London, Austin and West Palm Beach, will be featured at the upcoming Red Dot Miami fair with an eclectic and multidisciplinary...
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CONTEXT Art Miami 7th Edition with 96 International Galleries
CONTEXT Art Miami 7th Edition with 96 International Galleries
CONTEXT Art Miami, presented by Art Miami, returning for its seventh edition December 4 - 9, 2018, has announced its 2018 exhibitor list featuring the...
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Aqua Art Miami Celebrates 14th Edition with 52 International Galleries
Aqua Art Miami Celebrates 14th Edition with 52 International Galleries
Aqua Art Miami will kick off its 14th edition at the Aqua Hotel (1530 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139) with a VIP Preview on Wednesday, December...
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Results of the 25th edition of the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award
Results of the 25th edition of the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award
Fifty war correspondents have gathered in Bayeux on October 12th and 13th to debate and award trophies in the following categories: photo, print,...
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Pernod Ricard gives Carte Blanche to Kourtney Roy
Pernod Ricard gives Carte Blanche to Kourtney Roy
Since 2010, Pernod Ricard has chosen contemporary photography for its annual artistic campaign. This year, the work of Canadian Kourtney Roy...
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The 2018 Prix Virginia has been awarded to Cig Harvey
The 2018 Prix Virginia has been awarded to Cig Harvey
During their 10 September 2018 meeting in Paris, the Jury awarded Prix Virginia to the British photographer Cig Harvey, one of the twenty-one...
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William Coupon: Portraits Book Signing
William Coupon: Portraits Book Signing
photo-eye Bookstore's Project Space is proud to welcome internationally acclaimed portrait photographer William Coupon to our Rufina Circle location...
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Testimonial: Norma I. Quintana
Testimonial: Norma I. Quintana
On the night of October 8th, 2017, at 11:00pm, I received a call from a friend who told us that she could see a wildfire spreading on the hills behind...
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FORAGE FROM FIRE Excavation images by Norma I. Quintana
FORAGE FROM FIRE Excavation images by Norma I. Quintana
Photographer Norma I. Quintana will present her new series Forage From Fire, documenting the remains of her home and studio destroyed in the Atlas...
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Fine Art Asia 2018: Antoine D
Fine Art Asia 2018: Antoine D'Agata and Emmanuel Monzon
As part of the Fine Art Asia 2018, CHARBON will exhibit in the photography section, 16 photographs depicting the work of two artists : Antoine D'Agata...
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Depicting the Invisible by Susan J. Barron
Depicting the Invisible by Susan J. Barron
Thirteen military veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have shared their stories with New York-based artist Susan J. Barron....
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First major international overview of the work of Sally Mann at the Getty Museum
First major international overview of the work of Sally Mann at the Getty Museum
Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings on view November 16, 2018-February 10, 2019 at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center, is the first major survey of...
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Rare Collection of Ansel Adams Photography Donated to the Yosemite Museum
Rare Collection of Ansel Adams Photography Donated to the Yosemite Museum
A rare collection of 45 photographs by acclaimed 20th century photographer Ansel Adams (1902-1984) has been donated to the Yosemite Museum in Yosemite...
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Winners Visa D
Winners Visa D'Or Awards Announced
Each year, top stories from around the world are awarded at Visa pour l'Image. For the Visa d'or Paris Match News award and the Visa d'or feature...
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Berkeley Art Center: Of Dreams and Reality
Berkeley Art Center: Of Dreams and Reality
Berkeley Art Center (BAC) is proud to present, Of Dreams and Reality, an exhibition of work from the Bay Area Photographers Collective ...
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Splendor and Misery: Photographs by Joel-Peter Witkin
Splendor and Misery: Photographs by Joel-Peter Witkin
CENTER is pleased to announce the solo exhibition Splendor and Misery: Photographs by Joel-Peter Witkin, opening October 5, 2018 at El Museo Cultural...
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Best World Photography Contests and Prizes
Best World Photography Contests and Prizes
What are the best photography contests out there? We have put together for you this guide to the photography world's best photography contests. Learn...
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Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today
Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today
The Royal Photographic Society Launches International Campaign Celebrating Inspirational Women in Photography. Nominations Open 16th July - 28th...
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Center Announces the 18th Annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival
Center Announces the 18th Annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival
CENTER is pleased to announce the 18th annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, October 18 – 21, 2018, at the Drury Plaza Hotel and the Santa Fe...
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Fábio Miguel Roque: Silence and Desassossego
Fábio Miguel Roque: Silence and Desassossego
My path in photography began some time ago, and went through the most varied challenges, from the search of my own (photographic) identity to the...
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AAP Magazine#4: Shapes
AAP Magazine#4: Shapes
Our fourth printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Shapes". A shape is the form of an object or its...
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4x5 Photo Fest 2018 with Eli Reed
4x5 Photo Fest 2018 with Eli Reed
Whether you're a freelancer, seasoned professional, intern, emerging photographer or business owner looking to connect with photographers - 4x5 Photo...
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Book Signing Susan Meiselas at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space
Book Signing Susan Meiselas at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space
Photo-eye Bookstore is proud to welcome Susan Meiselas for a book signing on Friday, August 3rd from 4-5:30 pm. Meiselas will be signing copies of her...
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Silicon Valley Plastic Camera Show
Silicon Valley Plastic Camera Show
If you're unfamiliar with plastic cameras, also called toy cameras, even sometimes referred to as crappy cameras, they are inexpensive, functional...
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Book Review: TJ Norris "Shooting Blanks"
Book Review: TJ Norris "Shooting Blanks"
TJ Norris, in "Shooting Blanks" the culmination of more than ten years spent roaming America, cataloguing its gradual disintegration, places his gaze...
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AAP Magazine#3: Travels
AAP Magazine#3: Travels
Our third printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme Travels. It's summertime, show us your vacation snapshots,...
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Westward
Westward
An exhibition of women photographers making work about the West featuring images by Christa Blackwood, Mercedes Dorame, Ingeborg Gerdes, Tomiko...
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AAP Magazine Volume 2 "Faces"
AAP Magazine Volume 2 "Faces"
Our second printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Faces". Faces are a reflection of our inner thoughts,...
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All About Photo Awards 2018 Winners
All About Photo Awards 2018 Winners
It was a privilege and an honor to be one of the jurors for this new edition of All About Photo Awards 2018. First of all, I can't thank enough Liu...
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Call for Exhibition: Black and White 2018
Call for Exhibition: Black and White 2018
We are very pleased that Sandrine Hermand-Grisel will be jurying and curating this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition...
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Getty Museum appoints James A. Ganz to Senior Curator of Photographs
Getty Museum appoints James A. Ganz to Senior Curator of Photographs
The Getty Museum announced today the appointment of James A. Ganz to Senior Curator of Photographs. Ganz will oversee the museum's renowned collection...
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APA Los Angeles Announces the 7th annual OFF THE CLOCK Gala & Exhibition
APA Los Angeles Announces the 7th annual OFF THE CLOCK Gala & Exhibition
LOS ANGELES, CA - APA Los Angeles is excited to announce the seventh annual Off The Clock curated exhibit of inspired personal photography. The...
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Introducing The First AAP Magazine
Introducing The First AAP Magazine
Our first printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Light". Light is what allows us to see. It is what shapes...
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Launch of the Emerge Awards
Launch of the Emerge Awards
Guy Armitage, the CEO of Zealous, a London-based digital submissions platform for the creative community, set up the awards in response to the...
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Announcing Steve Fitch: Vanishing Vernacular
Announcing Steve Fitch: Vanishing Vernacular
Vanishing Vernacular features a selection of color works by photographer Steve Fitch focusing primarily on the distinctive, idiosyncratic, and...
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Filter Photo is pleased to announce Context 2018
Filter Photo is pleased to announce Context 2018
Filter Photo is pleased to announce Context 2018, our annual spring open call for lens-based work. This year the exhibition was juried by April M....
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Black+White Photographer of the Year 2018
Black+White Photographer of the Year 2018
Black+White Photography magazine, in association with Fujifilm, are pleased to announce that Rachael Talibart is the Black+White Photographer of the...
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New acquisitions at J. Paul Getty Museum
New acquisitions at J. Paul Getty Museum
The J. Paul Getty Museum announced today the donations of two groups of photographs from collectors Leslie and Judith Schreyer and Michael and Jane...
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The Playground Series: Francisco Diaz & Deb Young
The Playground Series: Francisco Diaz & Deb Young
The International Collaboration Project founded by Francisco Diaz (USA) and Deb Young (New Zealand) bring global artists together in a virtual...
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Guillaume Robin: Along the Mekong
Guillaume Robin: Along the Mekong
I receive a lot of portfolios throughout the year at All About Photo. Most of the time, I put them aside, overwhelmed by the quantity of things to do,...
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Presenting the jurors of All About Photo Awards 2018
Presenting the jurors of All About Photo Awards 2018
We're excited to announce the All About Photo Awards 2018 - The Mind's Eye! These Awards aim to discover and spotlight the world's best contemporary...
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Evan Bedford: Cuba
Evan Bedford: Cuba
It's my favorite time of year...no, not the holidays, but Critical Mass. And no, that's not a massive bike ride where some of the people are riding...
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Shannon Johnstone: Stardust and Ashes
Shannon Johnstone: Stardust and Ashes
I first saw Shannon Johnstone's photographs when I was jurying PhotoLucida's Critical Mass back in 2010. RayKo Photo Center happened to be hosting...
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JP Terlizzi: Los Angeles Center for Photography
JP Terlizzi: Los Angeles Center for Photography
When I was jurying The Creative Portrait show for the Los Angeles Center for Photography a few weeks ago, I saw the picture of a woman's black and...
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Kent Krugh: Speciation
Kent Krugh: Speciation
I reviewed Krugh's latest portfolio at PhotoLucida this year and here were objects and images that piqued my curiosity. Here were all my favorite...
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Aaron Hardin: The 13th Spring
Aaron Hardin: The 13th Spring
In the spring of my junior year of college, I took a course called, "Southern Contemporary Fiction." Haunting works by William Faulkner, Eudora Welty,...
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Norm Diamond What Is Left Behind: Stories From Estate Sales
Norm Diamond What Is Left Behind: Stories From Estate Sales
I first met Norm Diamond at the PhotoLucida portfolio reviews in Portland, Oregon, in 2015. He had a number of prints of beautiful still lifes and...
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Argus Paul Estabrook: Losing Face
Argus Paul Estabrook: Losing Face
While jurying PhotoLucida's Critical Mass, I found some images that had the energy of Ernst Haas' photographs of motion, but these weren't color and...
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Takayuki Narita: Rose Garden
Takayuki Narita: Rose Garden
Takayuki Narita's project, "Rose Garden," at first reminded me of Martin Parr's "Last Resort" for a moment in the way he used the flash in the sun,...
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Dotan Saguy: Venice Beach Culture
Dotan Saguy: Venice Beach Culture
When I lived in Maine and I would travel the 3,000+ miles to Los Angeles, I would often head straight to Venice Beach from the airport. It seemed like...
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Jamie Johnson: Irish Travellers
Jamie Johnson: Irish Travellers
I don't usually find myself drawn to pictures of children. Actually, it's become a bit of tendency when I'm jurying or critiquing and I see those...
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Julie Renée Jones: Umbra
Julie Renée Jones: Umbra
Sometimes I forget, when I'm looking through thousands of images, why I love photography and what attracted me to it in the first place. The light....
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Simon Martin: Cadets
Simon Martin: Cadets
While looking through the nearly 800 portfolio submissions for Aint-Bad Magazine's curator's issue, I discovered British photographer Simon Martin's...
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Tribute to Robert Delpire (1926-2017)
Tribute to Robert Delpire (1926-2017)
Robert Delpire, the incredible French publisher, curator and editor, died on September 26 in Paris. He was 91. During his extraordinary career,...
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Jeff Rich Watershed: The Tennessee River
Jeff Rich Watershed: The Tennessee River
My work on this project began on On December 22nd 2008, the failure of a containment pond dyke spilled 5.4 million cubic yards of coal ash belonging...
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Bill Finger: Transit of Venus
Bill Finger: Transit of Venus
Using the Voyager Space Probes as a metaphor, Transit of Venus is an exploration of the human desire to search beyond one's self. While embracing the...
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Laena Wilder: Zanzibar Memoir
Laena Wilder: Zanzibar Memoir
My first trip to Zanzibar was in 1993, I had just spent three months traveling overland through Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and only intended to stay...
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Jenny Sampson Book: Skaters - Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders
Jenny Sampson Book: Skaters - Tintype Portraits of West Coast Skateboarders
Skateboarding culture is exceptionally well-documented, and yet, the catalog of images is almost completely without portraiture... until now. In...
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Jake Mein: Six for Gold
Jake Mein: Six for Gold
In 1998, I found myself in New Zealand, a world away from coastal Maine where I had been living. Glaciers extending to the road, fjords and mountains...
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Michal Greenboim: Orchard Trail
Michal Greenboim: Orchard Trail
In April, I was reviewing portfolios at PhotoLucida in Portland, Oregon, and there at my table was an unassuming young woman who I initially thought...
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Priya Kambli: Buttons for Eyes
Priya Kambli: Buttons for Eyes
My artwork is intrinsically tied to my own family's photographic legacy. At age 18, I moved from India to the United States, a couple of years after...
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C.J. Pressma: Evidence
C.J. Pressma: Evidence
In 1972 I was watching the Fellini film, Roma, and was captivated by splashes of light involving sparks from a street car at night. That scene with...
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Michelle Rogers Pritzl: Not Waving But Drowning
Michelle Rogers Pritzl: Not Waving But Drowning
Not Waving But Drowning is a look inside an Evangelical marriage. These images show the truth of a life lived in the confines of oppressive gender...
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David Pace: Sur La Route
David Pace: Sur La Route
Sur La Route (French for "On The Road") is a series of portraits taken outside the house where I live along the narrow dirt path that stretches from...
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Ben Huff: Atomic Island, Adak
Ben Huff: Atomic Island, Adak
I first met Ben Huff in 2011 in China of all places. There was an international photography festival there, through the lush valleys and surreal...
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Diane Pierce "The Accidental Photograph" and "Thinking About Drawing"
Diane Pierce "The Accidental Photograph" and "Thinking About Drawing"
The quick capture of an image and the passage of time over its manipulation is combined in my series "The Accidental Photograph." With the...
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Alnis Stakle: Ilgas
Alnis Stakle: Ilgas
One of my favorite things about jurying an international competition is discovering photographers that I would never encountered otherwise. I've...
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Jess T. Dugan: Every Breath We Drew
Jess T. Dugan: Every Breath We Drew
Every Breath We Drew explores the power of identity, desire, and connection through portraits of myself and others. Working within the framework of...
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Anna Beeke: At Sea
Anna Beeke: At Sea
The once romantic notion of travelling the ocean to distant and exotic lands has become an accessible and affordable way to vacation thanks to cruise...
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Evie Aarons: Homelife
Evie Aarons: Homelife
Being housebound means enduring an ongoing shift between reality and the surreal. The safety of objects; plants, books, television, the internet, wrap...
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Kathryn Allen Hurni: House of Surprises/Twinsburg
Kathryn Allen Hurni: House of Surprises/Twinsburg
Throughout every stage of photography exists the act of encountering. As a photographer I'm confronted by my vision, or particular desire to...
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Daniel George: Nobody Wanted
Daniel George: Nobody Wanted
In the American West, vast areas of remote, arid terrain were disregarded by early settlers and described as "the lands nobody wanted." In the Upper...
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Cody Cobb: West
Cody Cobb: West
These photographs were made while roaming the American West in search of true solitude. It's a search that's becoming more of a challenge as...
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The 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners!
The 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners!
With great excitement, we announce the 2017 Lenscratch Student Prize Winners! Winners will be featured in Lenscratch Daily in the coming days and will...
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Black & White: The Center for Fine Art Photography
Black & White: The Center for Fine Art Photography
I'm still hand processing my Tri-x, rolls of 120mm that fill a locker, boxes of 4x5 that hold surprises and secrets. I forget who is in the picture...
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Getty Museum announces major gift of photographs from Bruce Berman
Getty Museum announces major gift of photographs from Bruce Berman
The J. Paul Getty Museum announced today a major gift of photographs from collector and film industry executive Bruce Berman. The gift includes 186...
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Jacqueline Walters "Poetics of the Landscape" and "Here and Elsewhere"
Jacqueline Walters "Poetics of the Landscape" and "Here and Elsewhere"
It might be close to a decade ago that Jacqueline Walters walked into RayKo Photo Center. At the time, she had a small box of prints tucked under her...
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Book Signing: Arthur Meyerson’s new monograph The Journey
Book Signing: Arthur Meyerson’s new monograph The Journey
The Journey is a photographic autobiography revealing Arthur Meyerson's approach to photography as well as presenting images from his commercial work,...
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Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces and Transplants
Rebecca Drolen: Hair Pieces and Transplants
Hair Pieces explores the fickle relationship most have with their body hair. We consider some hair very desirable and grow and groom it with care,...
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Laura Parker: Artist talk and exhibition closing
Laura Parker: Artist talk and exhibition closing
I first saw Laura Parker's work at Review LA. This was a portfolio review run by the great folks at Center who also organize Review Santa Fe. Review...
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Hermand-Grisel Sea Sketches celebrated at The Los Angeles Center of Photography.
Hermand-Grisel Sea Sketches celebrated at The Los Angeles Center of Photography.
The Los Angeles Center of Photography just opened its doors to the Second Annual Fine Art Exhibition, aka "Singular point of view 2017". From May 19th...
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The Kraszna-Krausz Foundation
The Kraszna-Krausz Foundation's 2017 Book awards
After an open call for submission an international panel of leading photography professionals, including Martin Barnes (Senior Curator, Photographs,...
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20 YOUNGARTS Winners Named 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts
20 YOUNGARTS Winners Named 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts
The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) congratulates the 53rd class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, with special acknowledgement to the U.S....
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The winners of Summertime
The winners of Summertime
Discover the images of the photographers that won the Call for Exhibition at A Smith Gallery with the theme 'Summertime'. It was a privilege to be...
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Pamela Gentile: Portrait of a Film Festival
Pamela Gentile: Portrait of a Film Festival
Photographer Pamela Gentile first began photographing at local San Francisco music venues, including the Warfield and the Fillmore, and on tour with...
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Bill Vaccaro: "Jesus Is On The Mainline" & "The Magic Hedge"
Bill Vaccaro: "Jesus Is On The Mainline" & "The Magic Hedge"
As I grew older and began to question my religious teachings, I became more and more fascinated by the idea of Jesus and Christianity as a...
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RayKo
RayKo's 10th Annual Plastic Camera Show Award Winners
Michael Weitzman's Best of Show image, "Giddy Up" still follows me through the space, its haunted headlights bobbing up and down on a dusky and dusty...
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All About Photo Awards 2017
All About Photo Awards 2017
The majority of this year's submissions were in color as were the winning images. Yet the idealism of yesteryear seems to be tarnished with all the...
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The Outdoor Photographer of the Year winner is revealed!
The Outdoor Photographer of the Year winner is revealed!
Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition is proud to announce the Overall Winner of the competition! Chosen from the category winners, Stian...
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Annette LeMay Burke: Fauxliage
Annette LeMay Burke: Fauxliage
Fauxliage documents the prolific disguised cell towers in the American West. I was initially drawn to their peculiar appearance; I then found it...
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Michael Weitzman: Morph
Michael Weitzman: Morph
The toy camera is a simple recording device with an emphasis on fun and imperfection. It allows me to be deeply absorbed in a far away place and time...
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Stephen Albair: Hidden Gardens - Secret Views
Stephen Albair: Hidden Gardens - Secret Views
Stephen's painstakingly created dioramas take me into his world, just far enough, and then I am left to discover what has happened. Each artist has a...
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Light Sensitive 2017 at Art Intersection
Light Sensitive 2017 at Art Intersection
Needless to say, I was thrilled when Alan Fitzgerald from the Art Intersection in Gilbert, Arizona, asked me to jury the 2017 Light Sensitive...
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Peter Wiklund: Mankind and everything after
Peter Wiklund: Mankind and everything after
Peter Wiklund from Sweden started with photography in the mid 80's and has ever since experimented with a lot of techniques and cameras. Nowadays, he...
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2017 Student Show RayKo Photo Center
2017 Student Show RayKo Photo Center
On the walls right now at RayKo Photo Center are works by 25 different artists, all of whom have taken classes during the last 26 years that RayKo has...
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Akira Seo: Flowers and Phototaxis
Akira Seo: Flowers and Phototaxis
Akira Seo was born in Tokyo, Japan. After working as a director for a satellite broadcasting station for 4 years in Japan, he moved to the U.S.A. in...
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Child, Bride, Mother: Nigeria
Child, Bride, Mother: Nigeria
Too Young To Wed is proud to announce the release of Child, Bride, Mother: Nigeria, our newest multimedia collaboration with the Ford Foundation and...
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Primary Colors: New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA)
Primary Colors: New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA)
There's always a challenge when jurying a show. I prefer best when the work is anonymous. Just photograph after photograph appearing on my screen,...
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Daniel Grant: Remembered Landscapes And My Affair with Diana
Daniel Grant: Remembered Landscapes And My Affair with Diana
The soft focus and timeless quality is the perfect tool to reclaim his past and also to document the passing landscape as he traveled to and from his...
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RayKo
RayKo's 10th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show: A sneak preview
RayKo Photo Center's 10th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show will include images from around the world by 89 different artists! There...
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