LOCATIONS FILTERS

Online Photobook Group with Odette England

J. Sybylla Smith

Artist Talk

October 21

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Online Photobook Group with Odette England

Artist Talk

October 21

Join J. Sybylla Smith in her discussion with photographer, Odette England, about her recent book, Dairy Character. Read about, & Register for free event.  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkf-itqz8qGNLsozf0Dh0eJe6os8bjvT2u




PHOTOVILLE Festival

Photoville

September 18 - December 1

New York, NY, USA +

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PHOTOVILLE Festival

September 18 - December 1

New York, NY, USA

The PHOTOVILLE Festival returns on September 18 for its 10th anniversary year with a free community day, virtual online storytelling events, artist talks, workshops, demonstrations, educational programs, community programming, and open-air exhibitions across parks and public spaces throughout New York City till December 1, 2021.


Photoville

New York, NY, USA


9 FotoArtFestival 2021

Foto Art Festival

Festival

October 8 - October 24

Bielsko-Biala, Poland +

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9 FotoArtFestival 2021

Festival

October 8 - October 24

Bielsko-Biala, Poland

Biennial of top world photography. BIelsko-Biała. Poland

20 countries, 20 solo exhibitions, meetings with the artists, workshops, multimedia show.

You can join us.

www.fotoartfestival.com



Picturing the Future 2021

Griffin Museum of Photography

Auction

October 15 - October 31

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA +

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Picturing the Future 2021

Auction

October 15 - October 31

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA

Picturing the Future 2021

The Griffin Museum presents the 2021 Picturing the Future benefit print sale happening October 15 through October 31st.

The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts, along with photography creatives from across the United States invite you to add new photographic works to your collection. The Picturing the Future Benefit Auction brings together thirty-eight prints from emerging and established artists with sales benefitting the Griffin’s educational programs, exhibitions and operations.

We are thrilled to be part of a community of photographic artists who are supporting the Griffin by donating their time and creative work to help sustain the Museum. This special event will be a silent auction via the auction platform GiveSmart and will be available for viewing all over the world. There will be images that will excite both seasoned photography collectors, as well as those just starting to collect. Prints will be affordable and the proceeds will help support the Griffin and enhance our programming. Participation in the auction is free, and the auction items will be on view for one week prior to bidding.

Preview of the works opens on October 10th – October 15th, with bidding available starting October 16th – October 31st.

To preview and bid on the works in Picturing the Future the link is here PTF2021.givesmart.com

The Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photography.

Thirty-eight prints spanning a wide spectrum of photographic genres will be available.

Original photographs will be available from established photographic luminaries such as John Paul Caponigro, Harold Feinstein, Fran Forman, David Hilliard, Lou Jones, David Levinthal, Vaughn Sills, Joyce Tenneson, Bradford Washburn, Ernest Withers and so many more.

We are also pleased to introduce you to works from the next generation of creative artists, Granville Carroll, Raymond Thompson Jr, JP Terlizzi and Sal Taylor Kydd among others.

For more information about the Griffin, a prospectus / auction catalog or additional information about how you can participate in this incredible auction of photographic works, please contact the Griffin Museum at 781.729.1158 or by email contact Crista Dix, Associate Director at crista@griffinmuseum.org.
 
Visit the Griffin

The Griffin Museum of Photography is open Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.

General admission is $9 for adults; $5 for seniors. Members and children under 12 are admitted free. Admission is free to all every Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m. For more information, call 781.729.1158, or visit www.griffinmuseum.org.

About the Griffin Museum

The Griffin Museum of Photography was founded in 1992 to provide a forum for the exhibition of both historic and contemporary photography. The Museum houses three galleries dedicated solely to the exploration of photographic arts. The Main Gallery features rotating exhibits from some of the world’s leading photographers, while the Atelier Gallery and Griffin Gallery are dedicated to showcasing the works of prominent and up-and-coming artists. The Griffin is also home to the extensive archives of museum founder and world-renowned photojournalist Arthur Griffin. For more on the Griffin Museum of Photography, visit www.griffinmuseum.org.


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Griffin Museum of Photography

67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890

781.729.1158

Open Tues-Sun 12-4



Contemporary Photography Competition + Exhibition X

TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image

October 21 - October 31

1400 N American St Philadelphia, PA +

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Contemporary Photography Competition + Exhibition X

October 21 - October 31

1400 N American St Philadelphia, PA

DEADLINE EXTENDED to October 31, 2021

The call for entries is open to artists of all ages, backgrounds, and education and training. We welcome any work involving photography, digital imaging, film and video, and/or lens-based installation work.

Two artists will each be awarded $5,000 honorariums and concurrent solo exhibitions February 10 – March 26, 2022.

Entry Fee: $30

The jurors are Kris Graves, artist and publisher based in New York and California, and Alex Klein, the Dorothy and Stephen R. Weber (CHE’60) Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania.


TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image

1400 N American St Philadelphia, PA 19122

215.232.5678

info@TILTInstitute.org

Open Tues-Sat 10-6



Artist Talk by Hai Zhang

Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery

Artist Talk

October 23

24 East 64th Street, New York, NY, USA +

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Artist Talk by Hai Zhang

Artist Talk

October 23

24 East 64th Street, New York, NY, USA

 

As part of the Fall Madison Avenue Gallery Walk, our artist Hai Zhang will meet you at our gallery at 2 pm & 4 pm on Sat. October 23 to walk you through his current solo exhibition, Aged Innocence. The exhibition is about the memory of his homeland, China.

“Every time I return to China, I become increasingly aware of the passage of time between visits and my inability to keep pace with the country. It has become a human impulse to collect the images like souvenirs as a reminder of the experience. Yet the documentary images serve as a perfect metaphor for the fragmentary nature of memory and the desire to take ownership of it.” – Hai Zhang


Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery

24 East 64th Street, New York, NY, USA

212.268.7132

info@miyakoyoshinaga.com

Open Wed-Sat 11-6

Summer Hours: by appointment



How to Get on Cable Television

Casemore Kirkeby

Artist Discussion

October 23

1275 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA, +

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How to Get on Cable Television

Artist Discussion

October 23

1275 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA,

In coversation

Lindsey White and Kim Nguyen
Saturday October 23, 2021, at 4pm.

‘How to Get on Cable Television’ 
Lindsey White
on view thorough October 30, 2021

Lindsey White is an artist and educator living in San Francisco, CA. She has exhibited at venues such as San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Sydhavn Station, Copenhagen; Bolinas Museum, California; Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco; ACME, Los Angeles; White Columns, New York; Locust Projects, Miami; San Francisco International Airport Museum; and Museum Bärengasse, Zurich. White was awarded SFMOMA’s 2017 SECA Award and residencies at Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California, and Kala Art Institute, Berkeley. White is a cofounder of the para-curatorial/artist-run experiment, Will Brown. Will Brown has realized projects with Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco; di Rosa, Napa; Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University; and KADIST, San Francisco. White’s projects have been featured in the New York Times, Frieze, Artforum, KQED Arts, San Francisco Chronicle, and Contemporary Art Daily. She is an Associate Professor and Photography Department Chair at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Kim Nguyen is a writer and curator based in San Francisco where she is curator at the CCA Wattis Institute. Recent exhibitions include Maia Cruz Palileo: Long Kwento, Jeffrey Gibson: Nothing is Eternal, Cinthia Marcelle: A morta, Akosua Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle, and Abbas Akhavan: cast for a folly. She is completing her first collection of writings—a series of texts on alienation, art, and the long goodbye.


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Casemore Kirkeby

1275 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA, United States

415.290.9833

info@casemorekirkeby.com

Open Tues-Sat 11-6



The Foto Awards

Las Fotos Project

Event

October 23 - October 24

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The Foto Awards

Event

October 23 - October 24

The Foto Awards is a 3rd Annual celebratory weekend recognizing women photographers who inspire!

 

Join us in uplifting the incredible contributions women make to the creative world. This year’s celebration will feature virtual events including a silent auction, live music, and InFocus conversations with photography innovators, community advocates and entrepreneurs.

 

Be a part of this memorable weekend of photography and sisterhood!

 

The Foto Awards are presented by Las Fotos Project, a community-based nonprofit organization that inspires teenage girls through photography, mentorship and self-expression; encouraging them to explore their identity, advocate for their community and create their future career.

 

Your ticket purchase helps keep Las Fotos Project’s photography programs free and accessible to teen girls of color. 100% of the proceeds will support Las Fotos Project’s mission.

 

Learn more & Purchase Tickets: www.lasfotosproject.org/thefotowards

 

#lasfotosproject

#thefotoawards

 


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Book Signing and Conversation with Manfred Heiting and Richard Ehrlich

ROSEGALLERY

Book Signing

October 23

2525 Michigan Ave, Ste B7, Santa Monica, CA +

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Book Signing and Conversation with Manfred Heiting and Richard Ehrlich

Book Signing

October 23

2525 Michigan Ave, Ste B7, Santa Monica, CA

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Manfred Heiting is an internationally acknowledged curator, writer, designer and renowned collector of photographs and photobooks; he lives and works in Los Angeles. He is a founding member of the J. Paul Getty Museum Council and a UCLA Distinguished Lecturer in the Humanities since 2016.

His recent publication through Steidl, ‘Shigeru Onishi: A Mathematical Proposition’ presents an overview of the avant-garde photographic work by Shigeru Onishi created in the 1950’s. Heiting discovered Onishi at a gallery in Japan and soon dove into his philosophies and photographic creations. Onishi utilized unorthodox printing methods such as coating photographic paper with a brush and creating discoloration with acetic acid, which resulted in intentional and unique pieces of work. His interest, in his words, was the visual “formation of ideas,” and bringing out “the flavors of the image as they change.”  To do so, he embraced all aspects of chance involved in the photographic process.

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Richard Ehrlich is an internationally recognized fine art photographer held in esteemed public and private collections, including twenty permanent museum collections. He lives and works in Los Angeles.

His recent publication, ‘The Arolsen Holocaust Archive’ showcases the first photographic recordings of the interiors of the Arolsen Holocaust Archive, the largest archive on the Holocaust. Ehrlich was invited by the Archive to be the very first person to photographically capture the space and its records, which chronicle the history of the Nazi repository containing voluminous prisoner records from World War II. These document in excruciating exactitude the Nazi Campaign to murder millions and eradicate European Jewry and other minorities the Nazi regime deemed as ‘less than.’ The J. Paul Getty Museum houses the seminal original portfolio.

This publication includes a foreward from the artist, a preface from Reto Meister, former director of the International Tracing Service, an Introduction by Emilie Garrigou-Kempton, PhD, and edited and designed by Manfred Heiting. 

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We hope you will join us for this book signing and conversation. Kindly reach out to sophi@rosegallery.net with any inquiries or to RSVP.


ROSEGALLERY

2525 Michigan Ave, Ste B7, Santa Monica, CA 90404

310.264.8440

info@rosegallery.net

Open Tues-Sat 10-6



Story Telling Through Photography One On One Remote Learning

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Event

October 27

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL +

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Story Telling Through Photography One On One Remote Learning

Event

October 27

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL

One on one remote learning

These Zoom sessions will fully reflect the same content as with the on-ground workshops offered by the FMoPA institute. Your instructor will contact each student to establish a mutually convenient remote session(s), with materials and images shared via email.

The medium of photography makes it possible to tell your story and sometimes make a change. A picture tells a thousand words. Several pictures correctly sequenced tell a full story – your individual story.

In this workshop, you will learn the art of telling a story through creating a visual narrative. Multiple images have the power of expressing thoughts, ideas, experiences and beliefs in a linear format. Storyboarding and careful sequencing of photographs following a clear concept, your unique voice and communications to the outside world, using many case studies and background information on the starting point of any project: The Why, What, Who, and How.

We all have a unique story to share with others, it can be a powerful and quiet voice, but we have a responsibility to tell our stories as part of our background, culture, legacy and circumstances. The power of words through titles or series’ names are also explored, rounding up to a full story.


Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL 33602

813.221.2222

Open Mon-Thurs 11-6, Fri 11-7, Sat-Sun 12-5



Lightroom Remote Learning

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Event

October 28

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL +

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Lightroom Remote Learning

Event

October 28

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL

Lightroom Through Remote Learning.

These Zoom sessions will fully reflect the same content as with the on-ground workshops offered by the FMoPA institute.

A basic introduction to Adobe Lightroom. In this course you will learn importing images, using catalogs, file naming, using the developing tools, establishing a constant plan for editing, keyboard shortcuts, using Lightroom’s file system, keywords, and exporting images.

In this course, you will become familiar with the basic editing tools of Lightroom. It will concentrate on using the Library and Develop Modules.

Students should have Lightroom and bring your laptop if you have one. If you bring your Laptop bring some images to import. If you don’t have a laptop you will be able to follow along and then work from home on your desktop.

Things to bring to class.

Your computer loaded with Lightroom Classic.

A card or hard drive with images to use to populate your catalog. You will get the most from this class if these images are in a RAW format (whichever RAW format your camera system uses)


Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

200 N Tampa St Tampa, FL 33602

813.221.2222

Open Mon-Thurs 11-6, Fri 11-7, Sat-Sun 12-5



Virtual Event – Tyler Mitchell and Deborah Willis in Conversation

The Gordon Parks Foundation

Artist Discussion

October 28

48 Wheeler Ave, 1st Floor, Pleasantville, NY, +

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Virtual Event – Tyler Mitchell and Deborah Willis in Conversation

Artist Discussion

October 28

48 Wheeler Ave, 1st Floor, Pleasantville, NY,

VIRTUAL EVENT
TYLER MITCHELL AND DEBORAH WILLIS IN CONVERSATION

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021.
6:00p ET.

The Gordon Parks Foundation presents Tyler Mitchell: An Imaginative Arrangement of the Things Before Me, an exhibition of new works by artist Tyler Mitchell, a 2020 Gordon Parks Foundation Fellow, curated by Deborah Willis. Mitchell is known for his images that reflect and celebrate the vast beauty and intimacies of Black American life. Inspired by Gordon Parks’s photographs of Black families, Mitchell’s work constructs distinctive stories that reframe the notion of home as a center of Black life. Taking as a starting point private and public archives of family photographs, and engaging material references such as antique frames, carpet, upholstery, and porcelain plates that evoke domestic spaces, Mitchell has created a new series of images and a site-specific installation. By merging private memories with public narratives, he reimagines the collective histories of the African Diaspora and Black migration as a family portrait.

Join us for a live conversation between artist Tyler Mitchell and historian, author, educator, and artist Deborah Willis, followed by a Q&A.

To register and watch via zoom, visit: tinyurl.com/8dfye44w


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The Gordon Parks Foundation

48 Wheeler Ave, 1st Floor, Pleasantville, NY, United States

914.238.2619

info@mkfound.org

Open Mon-Fri 10-4

Summer Hours: Mon-Thur 10-4, Fri 10-1