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Seeing the Story

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

Artist Talk

February 11

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT +

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Seeing the Story

Artist Talk

February 11

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT

Edgar Degas said, “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” Similarly, a story can be seen, as well as read or told. Visual storytelling brings the viewer into other lives, scenes, and events. In this online talk for novice and experienced photographers alike, Erik Hoffner will explore topics related to documentary photography and visual storytelling, including composition, shot selection, and strategies for creating high-quality images. He will also discuss lenses and general photography concepts.

Erik Hoffner is an editor for the global environmental media outlet Mongabay.com. He’s a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and his writings and photojournalism projects have appeared in The Guardian, the Washington Post, Yale Environment 360, National Geographic News Watch, Northern Woodlands, and The Sun, among others. Hoffner has exhibited in galleries regionally and as far away as the New Mexico State Capitol, and in 2019, his work was the subject of a two-decade retrospective solo exhibit at the Linden Street Gallery. He is also a longtime exhibiting member of the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro.

This talk will take place via Zoom and Facebook Live at 7 pm EST. A link to attend will be posted on our website beforehand at https://www.brattleboromuseum.org/2020/10/13/seeing-the-story/

ADMISSION: Free


Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT 05301

802.257.0124

info@brattleboromuseum.org

Open Wed-Mon 11-5



Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 1 – Podcast

Atlanta Photography Group

Gallery Lecture

November 18, 2020 - January 30, 2021

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 1 – Podcast

Gallery Lecture

November 18, 2020 - January 30, 2021

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

The podcast interview with executive director, Judith Pishnery, “Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 1”, with Donna Garcia & Darnell Wilburn of Modern Art & Culture is now live.

Judith spoke with the team at MA+C a few weeks ago and discussed her background, APG’s history and best business practices for fine artists. This episode is for the aspiring, emerging, or curious commercial photographer who’s had more than a passing interest in breaking into the fine art world. A lot of the discussions covers what it takes to not only reach out to a curator but to maintain that link once you’ve made that connection.

Hope you enjoy.


Listen on Spotify – link included on page


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



“Place as Memory” Group Landscape Exhibit

Carrie Haddad Gallery

Exhibition Tour

December 2, 2020 - January 31, 2021

622 Warren St Hudson, NY +

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“Place as Memory” Group Landscape Exhibit

Exhibition Tour

December 2, 2020 - January 31, 2021

622 Warren St Hudson, NY

“Place as Memory” Group Landscape Exhibit

 

Featuring works by Richard Britell, Sue Bryan, Shawn Dulaney, Leigh Palmer, Susan Hope Fogel, and Linda Newman Boughton. 

On view: December 2, 2020 through January 31, 2021

Contact Us 

622 Warren Street

Hudson, NY 12534

518-828-1915

info@carriehaddadgallery.com

 

Hours Open Daily

11 am to 5 pm

(Tuesdays by appointment only)

 

Image: Linda Newman Boughton, Beckon, 2020, 42″ X 40,” ball-point pen on paper, 42 x 40 inch paper size, 39.5 x 29.5 inch drawing size

 

www.carriehaddadgallery.com


Carrie Haddad Gallery

622 Warren St Hudson, NY 12534

518.828.1915

info@carriehaddadgallery.com

Open daily 11-5 (Tues by appointment only)


Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 2 – Podcast

Atlanta Photography Group

Gallery Talk

December 14, 2020 - February 28, 2021

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 2 – Podcast

Gallery Talk

December 14, 2020 - February 28, 2021

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

The podcast interview with APG Board Chairman, Chip Standifer, “Breaking Into Fine Art, Part 2”, with Donna Garcia & Darnell Wilburn of Modern Art & Culture is now live.

Chip spoke with the team at MA+C a few weeks ago and opened up about his works and leadership role in APG as well as continue the conversation with us that Judith Pishnery started, about navigating the fine art world. Chip gives great advice for up and coming and mid-level photographers trying to find their footing in a system that may be a bit antiquated but nevertheless is still the standard.

Hope you enjoy.

PS – there are several great interviews with other APG artists including in the series.

Listen on Spotify


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 6 - March 17

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: Creative Catylist [Online]

Seminar

January 6 - March 17

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

Creative Catalyst [ONLINE]

Jump Start Your Creativity

Bored with your photography and don’t know what to do? Want to begin a new series but haven’t found a direction or hit a plateau in your current series and don’t know where to go?  Sign up for  Creative Catalysts.  Creative Catalysts is an ongoing group of photographic artists who are looking to be challenged and inspired. Led by artist and curator Beth Lilly, each month she presents an assignment designed to push artists into new creative and technical spaces, shake themselves out of ruts and find inspiration. The following month, the group meets to critique the previous month’s assignment and receive the next assignment. APG posts the best work from each assignment on their social media.

Artists sign up for 3 classes at a time and at the end of the three months, can choose to continue or take a break.

Register by January 6- intro class & receive your first assignment!

  • January 20 – Review and discuss 1st assignment.  Receive 2nd assignment

  • February 17 – Review and discuss 2nd assignment.  Receive 3rd assignment

  • March 17 – Review and discuss 3rd and final assignment

Workshop Dates: Jan 6, Jan 20, Feb 17, March 17
This Workshop is ONLINE
Time: 7-9pm
Workshop Fee: $145 APG members / Non-members: $165

Instructor: Beth Lilly

Beth Lilly is an artist, curator, teacher and the former executive director for Atlanta Photography Group.   An exhibiting artist for over 30 years, recent exhibitions include Spalding Nix Fine Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, The High Museum of Art, the Zuckerman Museum, Whitespace Gallery, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and MOCA GA. Her work resides in the permanent collections of the High Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, MOCA GA, the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund and many private collections.  She has taught photography for both Kennesaw State University, the Art Institute of Atlanta and the High Museum. Her critically acclaimed performance/interactive project “The Oracle @ WiFi” was published by Kehrer Verlag in 2012. Lilly earned a MFA in Photography from Georgia State University and an A.B.J. in Telecommunication Arts from the University of Georgia.

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Register for Workshop: Creative Catalyst
Members: $145
Non-Member: $165


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Tintype Demonstration with Rachel Portesi

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

Artist Talk

January 21

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT +

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Tintype Demonstration with Rachel Portesi

Artist Talk

January 21

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT

Photographer Rachel Portesi demonstrates the process she used to create the tintype photographs in the exhibit Hair Portraits.

Each photograph is the result of a 26-second exposure directly onto a thin sheet of metal that has been painted black, then coated in emulsion to make it light-sensitive. The plate is immediately developed and placed in fixer, where the image appears. This archaic way of making “instant pictures” appealed to Portesi after she spent many years of shooting Polaroids, until the film became unavailable. (Now, thanks to The Impossible Project, Polaroid film is once again a possibility, though Portesi’s beloved Polaroid 667 black and white film has yet to be remade.)

This demonstration, followed by a Q&A, will take place via Zoom and Facebook Live at 7 pm EST. A link to attend will be posted on our website beforehand at https://www.brattleboromuseum.org/2020/10/19/tintype-photography-demonstration-with-rachel-portesi/

ADMISSION: Free


Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

10 Vernon St Brattleboro, VT 05301

802.257.0124

info@brattleboromuseum.org

Open Wed-Mon 11-5



Exposure Portfolio Reviews

Los Angeles Center of Photography

Festival

January 21 - January 24

5566 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, USA +

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Exposure Portfolio Reviews

Festival

January 21 - January 24

5566 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, USA

The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) is pleased to announce we will be holding our annual portfolio review event EXPOSURE this January 21-24, 2021. The reviews are twenty-minute face-to-face virtual meetings with museum curators, gallery owners, publishers and photo professionals.

Participants should expect to receive candid feedback about their images, as well as information on getting their work exhibited and published.

Confirmed Portfolio Reviewers (more to come)

Elizabeth Avedon, Photography Book and Exhibition Designer, New York, NY 
Makeda Best, 
Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Claudia Bohn-Spector, 
Independent Curator
Sherrie Berger,
 Photography Consultant
Jonathan Blaustein
, Writer and Contributor, A Photo Editor
Susan Burnstine, Contributor, Black & White Magazine (UK)
Andi Campignone, Curator, Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, CA
Catherine Edelman, Owner, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL
Mazie Harris,  Assistant Photo Curator, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Karen Irvine, Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP), Chicago, IL
Frances Jacubek, Head of Exhibitions at Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NYC
Ann Jastrab, Executive Director, Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA
Michael Kirchoff, Editor in Chief, Analog Forever Magazine and Founding Editor, Catalyst Interviews
Deborah Klochko, Director of the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA), San Diego, CA
Caleb Cain Marcus, Roving Acquisitions Editor for Damiani and Director, Luminosity Lab, New York
Douglas McCulloh, Senior Curator of Exhibitions, California Museum of Photography, Riverside. CA
Melanie McWhorter, Photo Book and Photography Consultant
Rebecca Morse, Curator of Photography, LA County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Jennifer Murray, Executive Director, Filter Photo, Chicago, IL
Shana Nys Dambrot, Art Critic, Curator, and Author
Ibarionex Perello, Host of The Candid Frame Photography podcast
Suzanne Revy, Assoc. Editor What Will You Remember and Board Member, Photographic Resource Center
Kristine Shomaker, Editor, Art & Cake Magazine & Artists Rep, Shoebox Projects
Aline Smithson, Founder and Editor of Lenscratch
Elin Spring, Founder and Editor, What Will You Remember?
Douglas Stockdale, Editor/Publisher of the PhotoBook Journal, CA
Susan Spiritus, Owner, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Irvine, CA
Yessica Torres, Gallery Director, DAB Art Co, Los Angeles, CA

Registration opens December 1st at 9am PST

https://lacphoto.org/happenings/exposure-weekend-portfolio-reviews/


Los Angeles Center of Photography

5566 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, USA

323.464.0909

info@lacphoto.org

Open Mon-Sat 10-6


Ellen Cantor | Mimi and her Purses

Griffin Museum of Photography

Artist Talk

January 21

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Ellen Cantor | Mimi and her Purses

Artist Talk

January 21

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

On the walls of the Griffin Museum we are excited to have Ellen Cantor, and her series, Mimi and her Purses. Cantor will be in the Griffin Zoom Room for an online conversation about her creativity, influences and the background on how the series Mimi and her Purses was created.  Join us on January 21st at 7pm EST for this evening presentation.

This event is FREE to Griffin Members $12 for Non-Members. Not a Member? For more information about our Memberships, log onto our website.

About Mimi’s Purses

“Things that are hard to bear are sweet to remember”  Seneca, Roman philosopher

roundish purse

© Ellen Cantor, “Grandma Sue+ Souvenir de Paris”

Mourning is a very individual activity. Everyone has their own unique way of remembering the deceased. For many, it is through photographs or videos. Others find visiting a cemetery comforting. For Mimi, it is through purses.

Ironically, I met Mimi at funeral. She was carrying a purse of woven gold metal in the shape of a box–almost like a woven lunch box. I commented on its uniqueness and discovered the beginnings of this series “Mimi and Her Purses.”

Mimi and her husband, Phil, come from large families with lots of aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters and cousins. Along with many family celebrations, there are also somber moments when someone passes away. To help retain each person’s memory,  Mimi chooses to use their purses for special occasions. This keeps their spirit alive and creates a living memorial for all who see Mimi wearing these handbags– reminders of the past when every outfit had it’s own matching purse.

I was invited to Mimi’s closet to see the numerous handbags and hear the wonderful stories about an Aunt or Grandmother or even a Great Grandmother who owned these remnants of times past. Inside purse is a holy card with a picture of a Saint, the person’s name, date of birth and death and whatever the previous owner left behind—handkerchief, lipstick and other inconsequential items such as band aids, packets of Splenda, price tags, toothpicks and even a sewing kit.

Each purse is a tribute to the past, creating a celebratory experience from an everyday object. By allowing the handbag and the items found inside to live a new life, Mimi captures the essence of memorable people in her life. -EC

About Ellen Cantor

Ellen Cantor is a Southern California artist who uses the camera to reimagine the family photo album and objects that hold personal histories in order to explore the distillation and persistence of memory.

She received a BS from The University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and continued her education in Interior and Architectural Design at UCLA. She has studied photography at Santa Fe Workshops, Maine Media Workshop and The Los Angeles Center of Photography.

Her work has been featured in 21 solo exhibitions including dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, The Griffin Museum of Photography, The Center for Fine Art Photography, and The Spartanburg Museum of Art. She was a Critical Mass finalist in 2015 and 2016 and winner of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers as well as first place in the Fine Art category. She has participated in over 100 national and international group exhibitions including the Italian Cultural Exchange in Naples, Italy.

Ellen is listed under Modern Photographers on the website www.all-about-photo.com. Her photographs have been published in Harper’s Magazine, Muzée Magazine, SHUTR Magazine, Professional Photographer. Southwest Review and online in Lenscratch, f-stopmagazine, fraction magazine, rfotofolio, Voyage LA Magazine, My Daily Photograph, Lightleaked, a photo editor, Float Online Magazine, thisiscolossal and Silvershotz.


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



Workshop: FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, +

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Workshop: FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia,

FOCUS: a portfolio & project development course [ONLINE]

Focus is a portfolio and project building course for emerging, mid-career and advanced photographers. This ONLINE course meets monthly for six months, with group and individual sessions. The course is taught by Judith Pishnery, APG’s executive director. Course participants will learn techniques for portfolio and project development, engage in discussions of each other’s projects and work towards creating compelling, thought-provoking, fine art photographic projects.

Course discussions will include: creative concepts, marketing & selling fine art photography (including social media, websites, portfolio reviews), presentation styles & sizes, editing and sequencing projects, technical concerns with cameras, post-processing and printing, writing and talking about your work, and much more.

Students will work on the own personal portfolios & projects, and work toward a group exhibition to be held at the Atlanta Photography Group gallery.

Any type of photographic based work is appropriate and welcome for this course.

The course will meet ONLINE once a month, and offers an additional, 1 hour, individual discussion with the instructor, to beheld between group meetings. A private online discussions group is also provided to share images or information and to ask questions.

Classes begin on Monday, January 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00pm ET, and meets once a month for 6 group & 6 individual sessions total. The course is limited to 10 participants.


ONLINE Workshop: Begins – Monday, January 25, 2021
continues with a monthly group meeting for 6 months.
dates of the meeting are flexible to meet the needs of the participants.

Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm ET – ONLINE via Zoom
Workshop Fee: $425/Members: $465/Non-members
Class Size: Limited to 10 participants

Materials: a selections of current images, note taking materials, your enthusiasm for creating new work.


Instructor: Judith Pishnery

Judith Pishnery, a professional photographer, curator, educator and arts administrator, serves as the Executive Director at the Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta’s oldest photography art organization and gallery. She received an M.A in Commercial Photography and an MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD).

With an extensive educational background as a photographic professor at numerous art colleges and creative programs, Judith mentors aspiring and mid-career photographers. She leads photographic workshops to Italy, France and Portugal, including a few in the US. In addition, she teaches creative processes, portfolio and project development, along with helping artists navigate the business side of commercial and fine art photography. Her decades of experience in photography allow her to combine the worlds of photography, business, art, history, travel and exploration for the creative mind of her students.

Judith has also been involved with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. She was a key part of the early planning sessions for ACP, beginning in 1998 and served on the Board of Directors and the Advisory board.

To see some of Judith’s photographic works and learn more, visit: www.pisconeri.com or www.judithpishnery.com.


Register for Workshop: FOCUS

You do not have to be a member to register for this workshop. If you are not a member but would like to become one, you can join here. If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact us at info@atlantaphotographygroup.org.

Member: $425
Non-Member: $465


Atlanta Photography Group

75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

404.605.0605

gallery@atlantaphotographygroup.org

Open Thurs-Sat 12-4, by appointment



Joe Greene | Concealed Artist Talk

Griffin Museum of Photography

Artist Talk

January 28

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Joe Greene | Concealed Artist Talk

Artist Talk

January 28

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

Join us for an online conversation with Joe Greene about his exhibition hanging on the walls of the Griffin, Concealed. Happening Thursday night January 28th at 7pm EST, Joe will discuss his creative path and how this series went from idea to vision.

About the series  – Concealed 

toy gun made of glass

© Joe Greene, Glass Gun

Webster defines concealed as “to place out of sight, to conceal evidence, carrying a concealed weapon, to prevent disclosure or recognition or conceal the truth”.

At one time or another, everyone has something to conceal, emotionally or materially. When we place an object in our pockets and purses, we conceal it from public view. Just as easliy, we may decide to put a smile on our face even when we disagree with one another.

Joe’s photographs of vintage purses and toy guns act as a metaphor for the secrets we keep from each other and the fear in America right now.

About Joe Greene

Starting out as a painter, Joe was encouraged by his public school teachers to spend class time studying painting at an artist’s studio in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Since the studio specialized in copying classic contemporary works of arts, Joe had to learn how to paint just like the masters; including using a stick to drip paint Pollock style. He says, “Painting the same paintings over and over again helped me understand how light, color and textures work together.”

When he couldn’t get his ideas onto canvas fast enough, Joe picked up a camera. By the time he reached high school, he had a darkroom, two clients and was studying with artist and cinematographer, Ken Brown. Joe also learned the art of the psychedelic light show, by helping out at the Boston Tea Party concert hall. “I had a front row seat ( from the light show booth ) for Cream, Led Zepplin and the J Geils Band,”said Greene.

College was an exercise that broadened Joe’s horizons, it was at Mass College of Art where he became an honor student as a dual major in graphic design and photography, studying with the teaching team of Gus Kayafas and the late Paul Muller.

“I can spend years studying a subject, genre or lifestyle. My recent book, “Bike Week”, covers 5 years of shooting portraits at Laconia Bike Week. Other book titles include “Track”; the last few live race days at Suffolk Downs, Wolf; photographs of legendary rocker Peter Wolf and a new collection of found objects entitled “Shiny Things,” Greene said.


Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



2021 Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Museum of Photographic Arts

Screening

February 2 - February 8

1649 El Prado San Diego, CA +

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2021 Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Screening

February 2 - February 8

1649 El Prado San Diego, CA

Get your passes and join the 2021 San Diego Human Rights Watch Film Festival online for a week of dynamic films & live conversations with filmmakers and human rights experts from around the world.

Passes and single-screening tickets are available online. 

ALL FILMS CAN BE STREAMED ANYWHERE BETWEEN FEB 2 TO FEB 8

Link to ticketing site: click here

Link to Q&A registration site: click here

FILM LINEUP:

Through the Night

Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, people in the US have been working longer hours across multiple jobs just to pay the rent. This reality of non-stop work has resulted in an unexpected phenomenon: the flourishing of 24-hour daycare centers. In a New York suburb, Dee’s Tots Daycare becomes a lifeline for an entire community. Through the Night is a quietly damning portrait of a merciless economy’s impact on working-class parents and turns a much-needed spotlight on the unsung heroes helping to raise the country’s children. 

Live Q&A details – Time: Wednesday, February 3 at 7 p.m. PST

 

Missing in Brooks County

Eddie’s phone rings constantly with calls from families of those who have gone missing circumventing the local immigration checkpoint. Together, they find clues of what happened to their loved ones and confront the agonizing reality of life and death in Brooks County, Texas.

Live Q&A details – Time: Thursday, February 4 at 7 p.m. PST 

 

Talking about Trees

There is something profoundly culturally transformative about seeing a movie in the theater. Following a military coup, the Sudanese government has effectively banned cinema for the last 30 years. Four filmmaker friends have refused to give up their passion. The now elderly group of friends reunite to revive an old dream: to bring the magic of cinema back to their country. 

Live Q&A details – Time: Friday, February 5 at 1 p.m. PST 

 

I Am Samuel

Sam moves to Nairobi from the Kenyan countryside in search of a new life, where he finds belonging with a community of fellow queer men and falls in love with Alex. With his father not understanding why Samuel is not yet married, he must navigate the risk that being truthful may cost him his family’s acceptance. 

Live Q&A details – Time: Saturday, February 6 at 4 p.m. PST 

 

Reckoning in Boston

Coming together at a night course at a community center, Kafi Dixon and Carl Chandler were seeking to transform their lives. When James Rutenbeck, a white suburban filmmaker comes to make a film about the school, he is forced to come to terms his own complicity in racist structures in the community. Kafi and Carl come on board as producers of the film and the three bring to light the history of systemic racism in one community that has spanned generations and its implications today.  A Reckoning in Boston shows that transformation, healing and social change begins within each of us.

Live Q&A details – Time: Saturday, February 6 at 7 p.m. PST 


Museum of Photographic Arts

1649 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101

619.238.7559

Open Tues-Sun 10-5

Summer Hours: Tues-Sun 10-5, Thur 10-8



Photographs & Photobooks auction

Swann Auction Galleries

Auction

March 11

104 E 25th St New York, NY +

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Photographs & Photobooks auction

Auction

March 11

104 E 25th St New York, NY

On February 14, 1952, Swann Galleries held the first auction in the U.S. dedicated to photography. Under the direction of Vice President Daile Kaplan, the department remains committed to innovation in the medium by introducing new genres, including the first sales dedicated to photobooks and vernacular photographs in 2006 and 2014, respectively.

With more combined years of experience than any equivalent division in a major auction house, the seasoned team specializes in classical and contemporary works by master fine art photographers, as well as photographs that employ alternative and antiquarian processes, including daguerreotypes and tintypes. The department considers the photobook a foundational component of fine art photography, and offers a range of rare and limited titles each season. We also offer vernacular photographs, including snapshots, travel albums, industrial surveys, crime photography and documentary typologies.


Swann Auction Galleries

104 E 25th St New York, NY 10010

212.254.4710