LOCATIONS FILTERS

FOG Design+Art

FOG Design+Art

January 16 - January 19

Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA, USA +

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FOG Design+Art

January 16 - January 19

Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA, USA

Jan 16-Jan 19  11:00 AM –7:00 PM PST

 

 


FOG Design+Art

Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA, USA


UNTITLED, ART San Francisco

UNTITLED, ART San Francisco

Fairs

January 17 - January 19

Pier 35, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA +

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UNTITLED, ART San Francisco

Fairs

January 17 - January 19

Pier 35, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA

Pier 35,
1454 The Embarcadero

VIP and Press Preview
Thursday, Jan 16, 2–8pm

Open to the public
Friday, Jan 17, 12–8pm
Saturday, Jan 18, 12–6pm
Sunday, Jan 19, 12–6pm


UNTITLED, ART San Francisco

Pier 35, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA


Legacies of LIGHT

Center for Creative Photography

Symposium

January 17 - January 19

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ +

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Legacies of LIGHT

Symposium

January 17 - January 19

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition The Qualities of LIGHT: The Story of a Pioneering New York City Photography Gallery, this three-day, multi-faceted symposium uses the immense influence of LIGHT, a contemporary fine-art photography gallery that operated in the 1970s and 1980s, as a starting point for a larger discussion about photography. The discussion will explore the trajectory of the photographic medium, photography’s communities and institutions, and the photography/art market in the United States. LIGHT was the first gallery exclusively dedicated to the promotion, exhibition, and sale of contemporary photographers’ work, and supported a market for contemporary photography by treating the medium as a serious art form. The symposium, Legacies of LIGHT, combines invited presentations with panel discussions in which the story of how LIGHT was realized, the impact that it made on photography, and what it means in today’s field will be the subject of lively conversation.

The weekend opens on Friday (January 17) with an afternoon of behind-the-scenes tours, a keynote that will trace the role occupied by LIGHT since the 1970s, and a cocktail reception. Saturday (January 18) features a full-day program that addresses the context of LIGHT and its relationship to photography’s current moment. The day concludes with a film screening of a new short documentary, by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, that explores the founding and philosophy of LIGHT, followed by an exhibition opening at Etherton Gallery. Sunday (January 19) consists of a morning of moderated panel discussions that bring together LIGHT’s communities to reflect on the weekend’s proceedings. The weekend concludes with a celebration of LIGHT founding director Harold Jones and a brunch co-presented by The University of Arizona School of Art.


Center for Creative Photography

1030 North Olive Rd Tucson, AZ 85721

520.621.7968

Open Tues-Fri 9-4, Sat 1-4



Treasures, Gems, and Oddities Pop-Up Book Sale

Ten10 Studios

Event

January 19, 11am-8pm

10-10 47th Rd Long Island City, NY +

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Treasures, Gems, and Oddities Pop-Up Book Sale

Event

January 19, 11am-8pm

10-10 47th Rd Long Island City, NY

From the personal photobook collections of …

Kris Graves
Jeff Gutterman
Russet Lederman
Lesley Martin
Olga Yatskevich

Plus books from:

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10×10 Photobooks
The Gould Collection 
The Weekly Photobook / IPY Books


Ten10 Studios

10-10 47th Rd Long Island City, NY 11101

917.449.9539


Photography: Xiao Quan, in China When It All Began

China Institute in America

Artist Discussion

January 22

100 Washington Street, New York, NY, +

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Photography: Xiao Quan, in China When It All Began

Artist Discussion

January 22

100 Washington Street, New York, NY,

View some of the greatest photography of modern-day China and hear Xiao Quan, China’s top portrait photographer, share insights on 40 years of dramatic social change—from the thrilling experimentation of the 1980s to the commercial obsessions of today. Xiao rose to prominence in the late 1980s, capturing China’s emerging writers, directors, and artists in their early days, including such super stars as Zhang Yimou, Chen Kaige, Jiang Wen, Tan Dun, and Bei Dao. His new book, In China When It All Began, offers new perspective on China’s cultural evolution and contemporary society.


China Institute in America

100 Washington Street, New York, NY, United States

212.744.8181

Open Mon-Fri 10-5


Photographs Auction

Skinner

January 23

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA +

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Photographs Auction

January 23

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA

January 23, 2020 6:00PM

Preview Times
January 22, 12PM – 5PM
January 23, 12PM – 8PM
The Fine Photographs auction offers a broad range of subject matter and geography from the 19th century to the present day. The auction showcases classic works by modern masters, including Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, and Ernst Haas. Among the contemporary highlights are photographs by Steve McCurry, Nan Goldin, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Vik Muniz.

 


Skinner

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116

508.970.3264


Stephan Brigidi: Rome 1970s & Francesca Woodman

Robert Klein Gallery

Artist Discussion

January 25

38 Newbury St Boston, MA +

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Stephan Brigidi: Rome 1970s & Francesca Woodman

Artist Discussion

January 25

38 Newbury St Boston, MA

Join us on Saturday, January 25 at 3pm for an artist discussion with artist Stephan Brigidi and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston curator and art historian Martina Tenga. This discussion will be followed by a book signing of Bridigdi’s latest monograph, “ROME 1970s,” published by Daylight Books.


Robert Klein Gallery

38 Newbury St Boston, MA 02116

617.267.7997

inquiry@robertkleingallery.com

Open Tues-Fri 10-5:30, Sat 11-5

Summer Hours: Tues-Fri 10am-5:30pm, closed August 25 through September 3



Art and Science in Conversation: An Evening with David Maisel and Dr. Laura Danly

Forest Lawn Museum

Artist Talk

January 25

1712 South Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA, USA +

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Art and Science in Conversation: An Evening with David Maisel and Dr. Laura Danly

Artist Talk

January 25

1712 South Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA, USA

Join Forest Lawn Museum for a discussion on aerial photography, presented in conjunction with the current exhibition “The Elevated Eye: Aerial Photography Past and Present.” During the 30-minute talks, photographer David Maisel, a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow in the Creative Arts whose work is featured in the exhibition, will discuss aerial photography and destruction of the environment, and Dr. Laura Danly, curator at the Griffith Observatory, will speak about astronomy and ecology.

A Q&A with James Fishburne, PhD, Director of Forest Lawn Museum and curator of The Elevated Eye will follow.

Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the event.

The event begins at 4:00 PM on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Free exhibition tours of “The Elevated Eye: Aerial Photography Past and Present” will be available from 3:00–3:30 PM.

RSVP by January 23: email museum@forestlawn.com or call (323) 340-4782.


Forest Lawn Museum

1712 South Glendale Avenue, Glendale, CA, USA

323.340.4545


The Forgotten War: A Marine in Korea

PDNB Gallery

Artist Talk

January 25

154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX, +

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The Forgotten War: A Marine in Korea

Artist Talk

January 25

154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX,

In conjunction with PDNB Gallery’s current exhibition, Where Have All the Flowers Gone, Fred Baldwin will present a talk about his experience in the Korean War.

Fred Baldwin, born 1929, is the co-founder of the FotoFest Biennial in Houston, Texas. He has recently released a memoir, Dear Mr. Picasso: An Illustrated Love Affair with Freedom.

Fred Baldwin served as a Marine in Korea. As he states in a diary entry,

“…I’m not a very probable stereotype of the ex-marine, but I was in fact…A Marine. And although, rather a peculiar specimen, with shaved head, uniform, loaded rifle, fixed bayonet, charge, combat, wounds, dysentery, frozen feet, cowardice, heroics, camaraderie, C-rations, rain, mud, no sleep, dust, boredom, thirst, pride, humor, these things, I shared under the pressure of life often crowded by death with my fellow infantry men.”

This is a unique opportunity to hear a soldier’s story from the “Forgotten War”. This is the third educational program offered by PDNB Gallery in regards to the war photography exhibition, “Where Have all the Flowers Gone”.

The added bonus to the program is the book signing event for Fred Baldwin’s memoir that was released this year. The title relates to a life-changing event when Baldwin met the famous Pablo Picasso during his last year in college, 1955.

Baldwin became a photojournalist and eventually settled in Houston, Texas with his wife, Wendy Watriss. Both Fred and Wendy were responsible for co-founding the important international FotoFest Biennial, a photography festival that sweeps across the city of Houston.

The next Biennial is schedule for next Sprint, 2020, celebrating photography from African nations.

To reserve signed copies of Fred Baldwin’s book, please call or email the gallery.

Info@pdnbgallery.com

214-989-1852


PDNB Gallery

154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX, United States

214.969.1852

info@pdnbgallery.com

Open Tues-Sat 11-5



The Conditions of the Archive: FESTAC 77

Independent Curators International (ICI)

Artist Discussion

January 27, 6:30-8pm

401 Broadway, New York, NY, USA +

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The Conditions of the Archive: FESTAC 77

Artist Discussion

January 27, 6:30-8pm

401 Broadway, New York, NY, USA

Curator and scholar Oluremi C. Onabanjo will engage in conversation with renowned artist, Marilyn Nance about her photographic archive of FESTAC 77, the Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture held in Lagos in 1977. Nance photographed the month-long festival, creating 1,500 images of the historic celebration of Pan-African art and culture.

To attend, please RSVP to rsvp@curatorsintl.org with ARCHIVE in the subject line.

This event is accessible to people with mobility disabilities. Please contact ICI for additional accessibility needs.



photo l.a.

Photo LA

January 30 - February 2

Barker Hangar, Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, USA +

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photo l.a.

January 30 - February 2

Barker Hangar, Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, USA

The 28th edition of photo l.a. will take place January 30 – February 2, 2020 and will feature photography from more than 60 local and international galleries and dealers. photo l.a. is the longest-running international photography fair on the West Coast and has hosted over 700 galleries, private dealers, and publishers since its inception in 1992. The annual event welcomes over 10,000 attendees from the international photography and art community, including collectors, curators, and art lovers. In addition to galleries, the historic Barker Hangar’s sweeping 35,000 square foot space will host a curated roster of collectives, leading non-profit organizations, art schools, and global booksellers.


Photo LA

Barker Hangar, Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, USA

323.9.65..1000

info@photola.com


Exposure Photo Festival

Exposure Photo Festival

February 1 - February 28

Alberta, Canada +

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Exposure Photo Festival

February 1 - February 28

Alberta, Canada

2019 will be the 15th year of Alberta’s one and only photography festival. The Festival, which operates from February 1 -28, hosts over 30,000 attendees annually. Most events and activities are free and open to the public. The Board of Directors looks forward to welcoming the community to an exciting and inspiring festival, celebrating photography and photographers from near and far.