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Aperture Pop-Up at Rockefeller Center

Aperture Foundation

Book Launch

March 27 - April 30

548 West 28th Street, 4th Floor +

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Aperture Pop-Up at Rockefeller Center

Book Launch

March 27 - April 30

548 West 28th Street, 4th Floor

Aperture Pop-Up at Rockefeller Center

Saturday, March 27 – Friday, April 30

10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. EDT

Rockefeller Center 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York,

Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10:30 – 6:30 pm

To mark the publication of Aperture magazine’s “New York”—a special issue honoring the city through photographs and essays by visionary artists and writers, Aperture and Rockefeller Center are collaborating to create a month-long photography program celebrating New York, in the heart of the city, that includes outdoor public art exhibitions, a virtual talk series, and a special Aperture pop-up space.

The Aperture pop-up at Rockefeller Center will feature new limited-edition prints by artists featured in the magazine’s “New York” issue, new books and best sellers, special artist-signed publications, and more.


Aperture Foundation

548 West 28th Street, 4th Floor

212.505.5555

info@aperture.org

Summer Hours: Mon-Thur, Sat 10-6, Fri 10-5



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

Atlanta Photography Group

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA +

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

Seminar

January 25 - June 28

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

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

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA 30324

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



Monthly Critique

Atlanta Photography Group

Event

January 26 - December 31

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA +

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Monthly Critique

Event

January 26 - December 31

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

Critique usually meets the first or second Wednesday of each month, from 7 – 9pm ET. Critique Group is for APG members only, but we welcome an exploratory visit.

Register and upload your images for our ONLINE critique to receive thoughtful feedback from our meeting leader. Our focus is on ideas and aesthetics rather than technique. Most meetings are led by a college-level art/photography educator.

If you’d like to present your work or just join us for this online version – registration is required.

  • This ONLINE critique is limited to 12 photography reviews and up to 100 total participants.


Atlanta Photography Group

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA 30324

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



Portfolio 2021

Atlanta Photography Group

March 8 - April 19

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA +

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Portfolio 2021

March 8 - April 19

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 19, 2021

Atlanta Photography Group (APG) invites photographers, worldwide, to enter images using any photographic process for our upcoming juried exhibition, Portfolio 2021. This exhibition features strong, cohesive bodies of work.

Dr. Rebecca Senf, Chief Curator at the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ, joins APG as the Juror for “Portfolio 2021”. Dr. Senf will select photographic works from up to 8 artists for the exhibition.

All exhibiting artists are be eligible for the 2021 APG/ Museum Purchase Award of $2500.00, which is slated for placement into the High Museum’s permanent collection.

Juror – Dr. Rebecca Senf

Dr. Rebecca Senf is Chief Curator at the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, in Tucson. Her B.A. in Art History is from the University of Arizona; her M.A. and Ph.D. were awarded by Boston University. In 2012, her book Reconstructing the View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe was released by University of California Press; in 2017, her book To Be Thirteen, showcasing the work of Betsy Schneider, was published by Radius Press and Phoenix Art Museum. Senf is an Ansel Adams scholar, and recently published a book on Ansel Adams’s early years, called Making a Photographer, co-published by the CCP and Yale University Press.

For more information about Portfolio 2021 or the Atlanta Photography Group (APG) go to https://www.atlantaphotographygroup.org/events.


Atlanta Photography Group

800 Lambert Drive NE, Suite i, Atlanta, GA 30324

404.605.0605

gallery@AtlantaPhotographyGroup.org

Open by appointment



50 Masterworks to Celebrate 50 Years of Sotheby’s Photographs – Online

Sotheby’s

Auction

April 12 - April 21, 1pm

1334 York Ave New York, NY +

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50 Masterworks to Celebrate 50 Years of Sotheby’s Photographs – Online

Auction

April 12 - April 21, 1pm

1334 York Ave New York, NY

In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of Sotheby’s photographs auctions, their New York and London specialists present 50 masterworks spanning the entire history of the medium.

Lots 1-25 will be offered in New York with bidding open 12-21 April.
Lots 26-50 will be offered in London with bidding from 12-22 April.

 

Exhibition dates
Open by appointment

Thursday, 15 April, 10 am to 5 pm
Friday, 16 April 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday, 17 April 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday, 18 April 1 pm to 5 pm
Monday, 19 April 10 am to 5 pm
Tuesday, 20 April 10 am to 5 pm

 

 


Sotheby’s

1334 York Ave New York, NY 10021

212.894.1149


Virtual Lecture: Women, Status, and the Family Code in Morocco

Fairfield University Art Museum, Bellarmine Hall Galleries

Lecture

April 20

Fairfield University, 1073 N Benson Rd Fairfield, CT +

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Virtual Lecture: Women, Status, and the Family Code in Morocco

Lecture

April 20

Fairfield University, 1073 N Benson Rd Fairfield, CT

On Tuesday, April 20th, at 5 p.m. Silvia Marsans-Sakly, Assistant Professor of the Department of History, will give a virtual lecture titled “Women, Status, and the Family Code in Morocco”. This event is presented in conjunction with the exhibition By Design: Theater and Fashion in the Photography of Lalla Essaydi. Learn more about the exhibition here.

Learn more about the event and how to watch on Eventbrite.


Fairfield University Art Museum, Bellarmine Hall Galleries

Fairfield University, 1073 N Benson Rd Fairfield, CT 06824

203.254.4046

museum@fairfield.edu

Open Mon-Fri 11-4

Summer Hours: Tues-Thur 10-3, Closed in August



SFC Fast Forward – Sanaz Mazinani, In Conversation with Shirin Makaremi

SF Camerawork

Artist Talk

April 20

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SFC Fast Forward – Sanaz Mazinani, In Conversation with Shirin Makaremi

Artist Talk

April 20

6:00 – 7:30 PM PDT
Please join us on Tuesday, April 20th for an artist talk with Sanaz Mazinani. This is the first event in our new SF Camerawork Fast Forward series, in which we reunite with previous SFC exhibiting artists and hear how their photographic practice has evolved since their time at SF Camerawork. Mazinani will reflect on her exhibition Signal to Noise, presented at SF Camerawork in 2017, and share recent work from her projects Light Times and Rolling Reflections. We welcome you to learn more about her practice in a moderated conversation with curator and programming committee member Shirin Markaremi followed by audience Q&A.

To learn more about the event, please visit our website.


SF Camerawork

415.487.1011

info@sfcamerawork.org

Open Tues-Sat 12-6 (Temporarily closed due to COVD-19)



Online Photobook Book Group: Unscripted Conversations with Contemporary Photographers

J. Sybylla Smith

Artist Talk

April 22

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Online Photobook Book Group: Unscripted Conversations with Contemporary Photographers

Artist Talk

April 22

On Thursday, April 22nd, 12 pm – 1:30 pm ET, we will be in conversation with photographer, Pete Souza author of Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents and Obama: An Intimate Portrait.

As Chief Official White House Photographer, Pete Souza spent more time alongside President Barack Obama than almost anyone else. His years photographing the President gave him an intimate behind-the-scenes view of the unique gravity of the Office of the Presidency — and the tremendous responsibility that comes with it.

And then, how do you go about creating not one photobook, but two–all those images later?

Register for this free, online event!

 



Artist Talk: Erina Alejo and Adrian L. Burrell

SFMOMA

Artist Talk

April 22

151 Third St San Francisco, CA +

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Artist Talk: Erina Alejo and Adrian L. Burrell

Artist Talk

April 22

151 Third St San Francisco, CA

Thursday, Apr 22, 2021

4 p.m. PDT

Virtual

Free and open to the public.

Live captioning will be provided for this event.

Stream It on YouTube

Join us for an online conversation with artists Erina Alejo and Adrian L. Burrell, whose photographs are shown together  as part of the series Bay Area Walls. In these commissions, both artists respond to the storefront murals and signage that have appeared in San Francisco and Oakland during the pandemic. Alejo and Burrell will be in conversation with scholars Dr. Tiffany E. Barber and Kazumi Chin.

Co-presented with Stanford University’s Institute for Diversity in the Arts. In partnership with Kearny Street Workshop and EastSide Arts Alliance.

About the Speakers

Artist and researcher Erina Alejo, born and raised in San Francisco, works across time and place to construct archives on labor, displacement, family, and communal history. Alejo’s SFMOMA commission, My Ancestors Followed Me Here, explores the textures, cultural landmarks, objects, and people along San Francisco’s vibrant Mission Street before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Born and raised in Oakland, Adrian L. Burrell is a storyteller who uses photography, film, and site-specific installation to examine issues of race, class, gender, and intergenerational dynamics. His SFMOMA commission, It’s After the End of the World, Don’t You Know That Yet?, is a collective self-portrait that examines the normalized violence inflicted on Black lives in American society.

Dr. Tiffany E. Barber (moderator) is a scholar, curator, and critic of visual art, new media, and performance of the Black diaspora, who has published widely on abstraction, Afrofuturism, Black feminist praxis, dance, and fashion.

Kazumi Chin (moderator) is a poet, educator, and student of cultural studies at UC Davis.

Support for Public Programs and Artist Talks at SFMOMA is provided by the Phyllis C. Wattis Distinguished Lecture Series.


SFMOMA

151 Third St San Francisco, CA 94103

415.357.4000

Open Fri-Tues 10-5, Thur 10-9



Gary Burnley: In the Language of My Captor Closing Reception

Elizabeth Houston Gallery

Gallery Reception

April 23

190 Orchard Street, New York, NY, +

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Gary Burnley: In the Language of My Captor Closing Reception

Gallery Reception

April 23

190 Orchard Street, New York, NY,

Elizabeth Houston Gallery will be hosting a closing reception for Gary Burnley’s current exhibition, In the Language of My Captor on Friday, April 23rd from 12-5pm.


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Elizabeth Houston Gallery

190 Orchard Street, New York, NY, United States

646.247.1657

Info@elizabethhoustongallery.com

Open Weds - Sat 12pm - 6pm

Summer Hours: July Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, August Mon-Fri 10am-5pm



JON CONZO JR. ‘BORN IN THE BRONX’

Bronx Documentary Center

Artist Talk

April 24

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY +

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JON CONZO JR. ‘BORN IN THE BRONX’

Artist Talk

April 24

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY

Saturday, April 24th – 6PM

Join photographer Joe Conzo Jr. as he presents his iconic body of work documenting the birth of hip hop in the Bronx and the rerelease of his book Born in the Bronx: A Visual History of the Birth of Hip HopHip Hop pioneer and legend GrandmasterCaz will join Conzo for the talk.

Hip hop first became a part of the mainstream music industry in the early 1980s, when major record labels released albums from such accessible groups as Run DMC and the Sugarhill Gang. But the true origins of one of the most powerful pop-cultural influences in the world are in the spontaneous, progressive musical culture that grew out of tough Bronx neighborhoods of the 1970s and led to a renaissance of poetry, music, and fashion.

Through years of research, writer and curator Johan Kugelberg has pulled together the scattered remains of a movement that never had its eye on posterity. The book includes the improvisational artwork of previously unpublished street flyers of the era, Polaroids buried for decades in basements across the Bronx, and testimonials from influential figures such as Tony Tone, LA Sunshine, and Charlie Chase. Through the work of pioneering hip-hop photographer Joe Conzo–the man The New York Times calls “the chronicler who took hip hop’s baby pictures”–Born in the Bronx presents a unique introduction to an explosive and experimental period in music history.

Conzo co-authored Born In The Bronx: A Visual Record of the Early Days of Hip Hop in 2007, which has long been out of print. This new expanded edition is published by 1XRUN.

Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event.

Please note this will be a socially distanced in-person event.

The event will be held in the BDC’s Community Garden, which is located adjacent to the BDC Annex building at 364 E. 151st St, Bronx.


Bronx Documentary Center

614 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY 10451

718.993.3512

info@bronxdoc.org

Open Thur-Fri 3-7, Sat-Sun 1-5



The Gallery Contract: What to Expect, What to Agree, What to Avoid

Klompching Gallery

Event

April 25

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY +

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The Gallery Contract: What to Expect, What to Agree, What to Avoid

Event

April 25

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY

Debra Klomp Ching, owner of the Klompching Gallery in New York City, will give a formal presentation, providing a breakdown of the key elements of a typical contract with an art gallery.

The presentation is especially targeted toward photographers planning to, or already working with galleries. The presentation will highlight good practice, as well points of consideration. The differences between a contract of consignment, and a contract of representation will be provided.

More information and registration via EventBrite.


Klompching Gallery

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA

212.796.2070

info@klompching.com

Open Wed-Sat 11-6