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Photo Phnom Penh Festival

Photo Phnom Penh Festival

Festivals

November 26, 2021 - January 15, 2022

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Photo Phnom Penh Festival

Festivals

November 26, 2021 - January 15, 2022

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Photo Phnom Penh, photo festival in Cambodia, has returned for its 12th edition featuring Cambodian and international artists.


Photo Phnom Penh Festival

Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Basel Miami Beach

Fairs

December 2 - December 4

1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL +

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Art Basel Miami Beach

Fairs

December 2 - December 4

1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL

Tuesday, November 30, 9:30am – 11am, Meridians Private Viewing (by invitation only and limited capacity)
Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 11am to 8pm, First Choice VIP cardholders
Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 4pm to 8pm, Preview VIP cardholders
Wednesday, December 1, 2021, 11am to 8pm, First Choice and Preview VIP cardholders

Vernissage (by invitation only)
Wednesday, December 1, 2021, 4pm to 8pm

Public Days
Thursday, December 2, 2021, 11am to 7pm
Friday, December 3, 2021, 11am to 7pm
Saturday, December 4, 2021, 11am to 6pm


Art Basel Miami Beach

1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA



Photo Review Benefit Auction

Photo Review

Auction

December 4, 4pm

340 East Maple Avenue, Langhorne, PA, USA +

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Photo Review Benefit Auction

Auction

December 4, 4pm

340 East Maple Avenue, Langhorne, PA, USA

The Photo Review, a critical journal of photography founded in 1976, will celebrate its 46th anniversary with a spectacular Annual Benefit Auction on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at 4 p.m. — virtually (details to follow). The auction will offer a significant array of photographs from the 19th century to the present.
Once again The Photo Review will offer its END THIS AUCTION feature. Bid the high estimate on any unsold lot by 5 p.m. EST on December 3, 2021, by emailing info@photoreview.org, faxing 215/891-9358, or calling 215/891-0214, and your bid will be considered the winning bid and the work will be withdrawn from the auction.

Photo Review

340 East Maple Avenue, Langhorne, PA, USA


Music Talks: Graham Nash in Conversation with Alan Light

92nd Street Y

Artist Talk

December 5, 7:30pm

1395 Lexington Ave New York, NY +

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Music Talks: Graham Nash in Conversation with Alan Light

Artist Talk

December 5, 7:30pm

1395 Lexington Ave New York, NY

Music legend, photographer, and artist Graham Nash will be joined by Alan Light, one of America’s leading music journalists, to reflect on more than fifty years of an extraordinary life as captured in his career-spanning new book of personal photography: A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash (Insight Editions; 11/16).


92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10128

212.415.5500


A Discussion of Historical Photobooks by Women at Grolier Club

10×10 Photobooks

Panel Discussion

December 6, 6pm

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A Discussion of Historical Photobooks by Women at Grolier Club

Panel Discussion

December 6, 6pm

Join us for an online talk hosted by the Grolier Club with three contributors to What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843-1999, winner of the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Catalogue of the Year.

Speakers:

  • Deirdre Donohue, Assistant Director of the New York Public Library’s Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, and author of “Books as Bombs: 1956-1964” chapter.
  • Carole Naggar, writer, poet and photography historian, and author of “The New Woman: 1920-1935” chapter.
  • Coreen Simpson, photographer,  jewelry designer, and author of Aboutface (1992), included in “Reaching for a Photo-Democracy: 1990-1999” chapter.

Moderated by Russet Lederman, co-editor of What They Saw and co-founder of 10×10 Photobooks.

Introduction by David Solo, photobook collector, 10×10 Photobooks board member, and Grolier Club member.



Photographers in the Garden: In Conversation with Justine Kurland on Utopias and the American Landscape

Alice Austen House Museum

Artist Discussion

December 7

2 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY +

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Photographers in the Garden: In Conversation with Justine Kurland on Utopias and the American Landscape

Artist Discussion

December 7

2 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY

Photographers in the Garden: In conversation with Justine Kurland

Alice Austen House is proud to present The Photographer in the Garden 9/7- 12/31/2021. This is the last of a series of panel discussions.
Since the invention of the medium, photographers have been drawn by the allure of flowers. This group exhibition is excerpted from the book The Photographer in the Garden, co-published by Aperture and the George Eastman Museum, celebrating the rich history of artists working in the garden as a site of inspiration and reinvention.

 

The exhibition features works by acclaimed artists: Sam Abell, Alice Austen, Mark Cohen, Stephen Gill, Lonnie Graham, Justine Kurland, Lori Nix, Bill Owens, Sheron Rupp, Collier Schorr, Mike Slack.

 

This panel discussion is with Justine Kurland (artist), on Utopias and the American Landscape. More information coming soon.


Alice Austen House Museum

2 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10305

718.816.4506

Open Tues--Fri 1:00 - 5:00 PM, Sat-Sun 11:00 - 5:00 Closed Monday



PhotoNOLA

PhotoNOLA

Festival

December 8 - December 12

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA +

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PhotoNOLA

Festival

December 8 - December 12

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA

PhotoNOLA is an annual celebration of photography that is produced by the New Orleans Photo Alliance in partnership with museums, galleries, and alternative venues citywide. Showcasing work by photographers near and far, the festival includes exhibitions, workshops, lectures, a portfolio review, and more.

The 16th annual PhotoNOLA festival includes in-person reviews, workshops, and live gallery exhibitions as well as virtual talks and a Virtual Reality gallery experience. We also have curated open-air in-person exhibitions which are highlighted around the city in partnership with local businesses. It will take place December 8-12, 2021.


PhotoNOLA

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA


What Makes Fashion Photography Art

Rodney Smith Estate

Panel Discussion

December 8, 6-7pm

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What Makes Fashion Photography Art

Panel Discussion

December 8, 6-7pm

Join us for a conversation on what makes a photograph art, with Paul Martineau, Curator of Photographs, J.Paul Getty Museum; Etheleen Staley, Founder, Staley Wise Gallery; Viktoria Vamosi, International Model: Dennis Freedman, Founding Ceative Director of W Magazine.



Panel Discussion with Marie Tomanova, Thomas Beachdel, Sarah Krueger and Karen Marshall, Moderated by Amanda Hajjar

C24 Gallery

Panel Discussion

December 8

560 West 24th Street, New York, NY, USA +

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Panel Discussion with Marie Tomanova, Thomas Beachdel, Sarah Krueger and Karen Marshall, Moderated by Amanda Hajjar

Panel Discussion

December 8

560 West 24th Street, New York, NY, USA

Join us on Wednesday, December 8th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM for an in-person panel discussion inspired by the work of photographer Marie Tomanova, whose first solo exhibition at C24 Gallery, Making Magic Together, is on view through December 24th.

For this event, we’ve assembled a distinguished panel of professionals who work in different realms in the world of photography. Join Tomanova, along with Thomas Beachdel, co-author of Tomanova’s latest book, New York New York and Associate Professor of Art and Architectural History at City University of New York (CUNY), Hostos; Sarah Krueger, Head of the Photographs Department at Phillips, New York; and Karen Marshall, Chair of the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism program at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City. The panel will be moderated by Amanda Hajjar, Founding Director of Exhibitions at Fotografiska New York. The discussion will focus on the field of documentary photography from aesthetic, commercial, and psychological perspectives.

C24 Gallery is located at 560 West 24th St. in NYC. Space will be limited, so please RSVP at info@c24gallery to reserve your spot. Proof of vaccination and masks will be required to attend.


C24 Gallery

560 West 24th Street, New York, NY, USA

646.416.6300

Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm



ICP Talks: Jeff Wall

International Center of Photography

Artist Talk

December 8

79 Essex Street, New York, NY, USA +

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ICP Talks: Jeff Wall

Artist Talk

December 8

79 Essex Street, New York, NY, USA

Jeff Wall has been at the forefront of photographic art for the last few decades. In the late 1970s he began to make singular images presented on the exhibition wall as tableaux at ‘life scale’. In doing so, Wall broke with the printed page as the dominant dimension and context for photography. In this discussion, Wall considers how his interest in scale and the beholder in the gallery space shape his image making as he moves between documentary and more cinematographic pictures. Wall will be in conversation with David Campany, ICP’s managing director of programs. David has written a number of texts on Wall’s work, including the book Picture for Women.

About the Series

ICP Talks is ICP’s Photographer’s lecture series. Join us monthly each season for four one-hour lectures featuring renowned photographers who champion social change through photography, employ exciting alternative and emerging practices, or asks critical questions about the form. The Fall season takes place online from September through December and features Dayanita SinghJoshua Rashaad McFaddenPacifico Silano, and Jeff Wall.

Reserve your season pass at a discounted rate to attend all four lectures today!

Current ICP students and faculty of the One-Year Certificate programs are automatically enrolled. ICP Members will receive a coupon code to use for complimentary admission.

We strive to record all the ICP Talks lectures to make available to participants up to 7 days after the program but technical issues do happen. Recordings are not guaranteed for each lecture. We recommend participants to tune in live if there is a session they don’t want to miss.

Field Trips for High Schools, Colleges, and University Students

Plan your field trip now! Educators receive a 50% discount towards individual lectures ($3 per student per individual lecture) and can reserve a season pass at the educator’s rate ($10 per student for all four lectures) when booking for a student group or class. Please email programs@icp.org to book your class field trip.

About the Program Format

This program will take place on Zoom. Those who register to attend will receive a confirmation email with a link located at the bottom of the email under ‘Important Information’ to join the lecture through a computer or mobile device.

We recommend participants download the Zoom app on their device prior to the program. Learn how to download the latest version of Zoom to your computer or mobile device.

If you do not receive the link by 11 AM on the day of the lecture or if you have questions about the online lecture, please contact: programs@icp.org.

Live closed captions are available at our online public programs.

Speaker Bios:

Jeff Wall was born in Vancouver, where he lives and works, in 1946. He has exhibited his photographs internationally for the past 40 years. His pictures, in both black and white and colour, are usually large in scale and done in collaboration with performers. He calls them ‘cinematographic’. He is considered to be one of the artists who has led the way in emphasizing the affinities between photography, painting, and cinema. His work is included in many major public and private collections. Including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Tate Modern, London, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He taught art in universities in Canada for twenty-five years, and his critical writing has been collected and published in several languages. He has been awarded several prizes, including the Hasselblad Award for photography in 2002 and the Roswitha Haftmann Prize in 2003.

David Campany is a curator, writer, and managing director of programs at the International Center of Photography, New York. His books include On Photographs (2020), A Handful of Dust (2015), Art and Photography (2003), Jeff Wall: Picture for Women (2011), Walker Evans: the Magazine Work (2014), and The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip (2014).


International Center of Photography

79 Essex Street, New York, NY, USA

212.857.0000

Open Mon, Wed-Sun 11-7, Thur 11-9



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

Klompching Gallery

Lecture

December 12

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY +

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

Lecture

December 12

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY

Debra Klomp Ching, co-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 will be ‘live’ via an online webinar.

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. Time is provided at the end of the presentation for Q&A.

Tickets and Registration is via EventBrite


Klompching Gallery

89 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA

212.796.2070

info@klompching.com

Open Wed-Sat 11-6



Sandi Haber Fifield, The Certainty of Nothing

J. Sybylla Smith

Artist Talk

December 16

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Sandi Haber Fifield, The Certainty of Nothing

Artist Talk

December 16

Sandi Haber Fifield’s recent monograph is inspired by the ruins of Angkor, ancient sites built in the 12th century and once part of the Khmer Empire. Much has come and gone in this remarkable location and Haber Fifield captures its mystery and fragility. With her recognizable drawing and collage techniques, she expands upon the idea of the artist as an architect of nature.

  • Includes poetry by award winning author Susan Minot, and an essay by Sandi Haber Fifield

  • The book’s construction includes laser cutting and selective silkscreen, mimicking the artist’s original interventions.

  • Hardcover with cloth spine, 112 pages, 9.5 x 12.75 inches, 24.13 x 32.3 cm

  • This first edition of The Certainty of Nothing is limited to 350 signed and numbered copies.

  • Production and printing: die Keure, Belgium; ISBN: 978.0.578.77566.1