LOCATIONS FILTERS

LightField

LightField

Festivals

October 12 - December 21

Hudson, New York, USA +

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LightField

Festivals

October 12 - December 21

Hudson, New York, USA

LightField Arts mounts an annual LightField Festival in Hudson, NY, that showcases the work of innovative and distinguished photographers and multimedia artists through exhibitions, events, and educational outreach.

The LightField Festival is a venue for the vibrant and very active photography and film community in the northeast U.S. It is designed to create ongoing context for its exhibited art, and to stimulate lively dialogue with the public.


LightField

Hudson, New York, USA


FotoMéxico

Foto México

Festival

October 23 - December 31

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FotoMéxico

Festival

October 23 - December 31

FotoMéxico opens tomorrow October 23rd and runs through the end of the year. It presents around 140 exhibitions in museums and galleries all over Mexico. 

Some of the highlights from the festival are the exhibitions Carnival Strippers by Susan Meiselas, On Abortion by Laia Abril, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency by Nan Goldin, Sol negro by twelve Latin American female artists, Welcome to Lipstick by Maya Goded, Piezas interferidas by María Eugenia Chellet and Anomia by Ana Barreto.


Foto México

Mexico


Photolux Festival

Photolux

November 16, 2019 - December 8, 2020

Lucca, Province of Lucca, Italy +

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Photolux Festival

November 16, 2019 - December 8, 2020

Lucca, Province of Lucca, Italy

Photolux Festival

biennale internazionale di fotografia


Photolux

Lucca, Province of Lucca, Italy


Photographs Auction

Doyle New York

Auction

December 11

175 E 87th St New York, NY +

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Photographs Auction

Auction

December 11

175 E 87th St New York, NY

Exhibition Dates

Sat, Dec 07
10am – 5pm

Sun, Dec 08
12pm – 5pm

Mon, Dec 09
10am – 6pm

Tue, Dec 10
10am – 2pm

Doyle New York

175 E 87th St New York, NY 10128

212427.414.1234


PHOTONOLA

PhotoNOLA

Festivals

December 11 - December 14

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA +

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PHOTONOLA

Festivals

December 11 - December 14

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA

PHOTONOLA 2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Saturday Dec 7
Art Openings, Uptown & Julia Street Galleries, 6-8pm

Wednesday Dec 11
Lois Connor Workshop, IHH, 9am-3pm
PhotoNOLA Photobook Fair, The New Orleans Advocate, 12-5pm
Review Orientation, 4:30pm

Thursday Dec 12
Portfolio Reviews, IHH, 9am-4pm
Alt Process Workshop, Xavier, 9am-4pm
Keynote Lecture, NOMA, 6:30pm

Friday Dec 13
Portfolio Reviews, IHH, 9am-4pm
Isaac Diggs Workshop, 9am-4pm
CURRENTS Opening, Ogden, 5-7pm
PhotoWALK, Ogden, 7-9pm

Saturday Dec 14
EDU Symposium with Mary Virginia Swanson & Guests, IHH, 9-11am
William Christenberry Exhibition Walkthrough, Ogden, 12-1pm
Juror’s Talk with Brent Lewis, Stella Jones Gallery, 2:30pm
Rich Frishman Opening & Talk, NOPA Gallery
Art Openings, Citywide, 4-10pm (exact times vary by location)


PhotoNOLA

Multiple locations New Orleans, LA


Booking Signing and talk with MICHAEL LUNDGREN

EUQINOM Gallery

Book Signing

December 11

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA +

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Booking Signing and talk with MICHAEL LUNDGREN

Book Signing

December 11

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Come and hear Lundgren talk about his photography through time, following a thread of visual ideas accompanied by stories and writings. He will be signing copies of his new monograph Geomancy and a unique artist’s edition of the book will also be available.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 6-8pm
the talk will begin at 6:30pm
Kindly RSVP info@euqionmgallery.com

“Landscape has always been an invitation for me into the mystical, for that which is beyond our rational understanding of the world. I’ve hoped to make photographs that act as a parallel for that entrance, that invite the viewer to contemplate a world that they do not understand and in so doing arrest their own world view.” – Michael Lundgren


EUQINOM Gallery

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

1.415.823.2990

info@euqinomgallery.com

Open Wednesday - Saturday from 12 - 5pm

Summer Hours: Wednesday + Thursday - by appointment, Friday + Saturday from 12-5pm



“American Truth” – Truth & Reconciliation

SVA Chelsea Gallery

Artist Talk

December 11

601 W 26th St New York, NY +

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“American Truth” – Truth & Reconciliation

Artist Talk

December 11

601 W 26th St New York, NY

School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents the return of its biennial alumni exhibition this fall at its Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor. On view from November 16 through December 14, “American Truth“* is a multi-centric survey of contemporary America through the lens-based work of a group of 20 artists. “American Truth” is curated by Jasmine Wahi, MFA Fine Arts faculty member at SVA and founder and co-director of Project for Empty Space, a nonprofit arts organization in Newark, New Jersey. A reception for the exhibition will be held on Thursday, November 21, from 6:00 – 8:00pm.

 

In “American Truth,” exhibiting artists present objects and images that reflect a multitude of American experiences. With a focus on the moments that are often missed, ignored, polemicized, made invisible, or even erased by the mainstream media, this exhibition explores our collective understanding of others and ourselves as people living in America.

 

A panel discussion of the work, Truth & Reconciliation, will include artists Kathy ShorrMelvin HarperBrian Finke and Hector René Membreno-Canales. It will take place on Wednesday, December 11, at 6:30pm in the gallery. Free and open to the public.

 

*This exhibition has no affiliation or connection with The American Truth Project.


Press Release | See More

SVA Chelsea Gallery

601 W 26th St New York, NY 10001

212.592.2145

proffice@sva.edu

Open Monday through Saturday, 10:00am – 6:00pm



Conversation between Christina Seely and writers Terry Tempest Williams and Brooke Williams

EUQINOM Gallery

Artist Discussion

December 15

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA +

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Conversation between Christina Seely and writers Terry Tempest Williams and Brooke Williams

Artist Discussion

December 15

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Building on a set of conversations had over the last few years between artist Christina Seely and writers Terry Tempest Williams and Brooke Williams please join us for a walk through of the exhibition and a collective conversation about our contemporary relationship with the natural world.

Sunday, December 15th, 2-3pm

Kindly RSVP info@euqionmgallery.com


EUQINOM Gallery

1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

1.415.823.2990

info@euqinomgallery.com

Open Wednesday - Saturday from 12 - 5pm

Summer Hours: Wednesday + Thursday - by appointment, Friday + Saturday from 12-5pm



Sarah Hadley “Lost Venice” Book Signing

Fabrik Projects Gallery

Book Signing

December 21

2636 La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA +

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Sarah Hadley “Lost Venice” Book Signing

Book Signing

December 21

2636 La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Please join us Saturday, December 21st from 3pm to 6pm for Sarah Hadley’s “Lost Venice” book signing.

Excerpt from Lenscratch:

“So much of what we are drawn to comes from the stew of our growing up, and in the case of Sarah Hadley, there is a direct line from her childhood to her project and now book, Lost Venice. As she states in her bio, “When I was just four years old, my father became the Director of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and my family moved into the apartment on the 4th floor which Mrs. Gardner had built for herself. I spent the next 19 years living in a Venetian palazzo surrounded by Gardner’s eclectic collection of classic and renaissance artwork and furnishings.” Her father was also entranced by all things Venice and the family spent vacations in this remarkable city. He died when Sarah was 25 and her project, Lost Venice, speaks to memory, loss, dark corners, and a city itself that is fragile in its existence.”

Damiani Editore has published the book and Sarah will be signing Lost Venice, as well as a Special Edition of 50 copies in a slipcase which come with your choice of one of five signed and editioned archival prints. Each print is part of an edition of 11 and she will be selling edition numbers 1-10 of all 5 prints. She is also offering a private tour and lunch at the Gardner Museum for just 8 people (who will meet in Boston at an arranged day and time – probably summer/fall of 2020).


Fabrik Projects Gallery

2636 La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034

310.890.8833

Open Tues - Sat, 11 am - 6 pm


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



FOTOfusion

FOTOfusion

January 21 - January 25

415 Clematis St West Palm Beach, Fl +

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FOTOfusion

January 21 - January 25

415 Clematis St West Palm Beach, Fl

January 21-25, 2020


FOTOfusion

415 Clematis St West Palm Beach, Fl 33401

561.253.2600


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