LOCATIONS FILTERS

Pradip Malde

Penumbra Foundation

Artist Talk

September 28

36 E 30th St, New York, NY +

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Pradip Malde

Artist Talk

September 28

36 E 30th St, New York, NY

Pradip Malde is a photographer and professor at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Much of his work considers the experience of loss and how it serves as a catalyst for regeneration. He received a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship, which resulted in his book, From Where Loss Comes and is represented in the collections of the Museum of the Art Institute, Chicago; Princeton University Museum; Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Yale University Museum and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, among others.

Malde studied photography at what is now the Arts University of Bournemouth, England, and completed a MA at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland in 1979. He moved to Orkney, Scotland in 1980. It was there that he began, with Dr. Mike Ware, to reformulate the platinum/palladium printing process, which resulted in the publication of Platinotype, Routledge, 2021, and led to a set of extensive collaborations with the Imogen Cunningham Trust, the Margrethe Mather Estate, and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, among others.

Pradip Malde will also be signing his book From Where Loss Comes. To learn more about the book or purchase, please click here.


Penumbra Foundation

36 E 30th St, New York, NY 10016, USA

917.288.0343

info@penumbrafoundation.org

Open Monday—Friday | 2pm—6pm



En Foco 8th Annual Photo Fellowship

En Foco at Bronx Kreate Hub

September 1 - November 11

15 Canal Place, Bronx, NY, USA +

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En Foco 8th Annual Photo Fellowship

September 1 - November 11

15 Canal Place, Bronx, NY, USA

 

En Foco 8th Annual Photo Fellowship

The 8th Annual En Foco Photography Fellowship is designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals. The Photography Fellowship Program will:
  • award 10 Fellowships at $1,000 per,
  • include Fellows in a 2023 Group Exhibition,
  • feature the Fellows in the 2023 Nueva Luz publication printed and online editions,
  • provide Professional Development and Networking opportunities.
En Foco is highly regarded for its leadership in support of photographers of color and for its advocacy role in addressing the issues related to cultural equity and access. Due to this award, previous Fellows have had access to many opportunities beyond the fellowship.

Fellowships will be announced: January 2023

More information: www.enfoco.org

Email: fellowship@enfoco.org.


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En Foco at Bronx Kreate Hub

15 Canal Place, Bronx, NY, USA

info@enfoco.org

Open By appointment



Festival Images Vevey

Images Vevey

Festival

September 3 - September 25

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Festival Images Vevey

Festival

September 3 - September 25

Every two years, this festival presents a new unique collection of made-to-measure indoor and outdoor photography exhibitions and displays, to be discovered free of charge throughout Vevey.


Images Vevey

Ch. du Verger 10 – CP 443 CH - 1800 Vevey

41021.922.4854

info@images.ch


BredaPhoto Festival

Breda Photo

Festival

September 8 - October 23

Breda, The Netherlands +

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BredaPhoto Festival

Festival

September 8 - October 23

Breda, The Netherlands

BredaPhoto is the largest photo exhibition in the Benelux and takes place every two years in the autumn. In 2022, the tenth edition of BredaPhoto will take place from September 8 to October 23.


Breda Photo

Breda, The Netherlands


Georgia Deal + Tom Ashcraft: Uncharted

Tracey Morgan Gallery

September 9 - October 29

188 Coxe Avenue, Asheville, NC, +

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Georgia Deal + Tom Ashcraft: Uncharted

September 9 - October 29

188 Coxe Avenue, Asheville, NC,

Opening Artist Reception: September 9 | 6-8pm

Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Uncharted, a joint exhibition by multiple-disciplinary artists Georgia Deal and Tom Ashcraft. Incorporating both individual and collaborative works, the exhibition will include wooden and cast bronze boat sculptures, prints on hand-made paper, and photographs, all centered around ideas of physical and psychological transitions.

The isolation of the pandemic and the ensuing global geo-political tumult compelled Deal and Ashcraft to re-examine their studio practices. The individual and collaborative works in this exhibition reference a liminal space, that transitional point between “what was” and “what’s next.”

For Deal, the pandemic afforded time to examine ideas of solitude and anticipation and her work echoes the imagery brought on by that period of stasis. Ashcraft’s sculptures, selected versions from his collection of 200+ handmade wooden boats, gather ideas of migration, observation, scale, and object-making. Their collaborative piece, Uncharted, undertakes these overlapping themes, dealing with both the psychic and anticipatory nature of movement, especially when that movement is only possible through imagination

Deal and Ashcraft each conduct significant individual studio practices and have been committed to the ethic of collaborative art for over 35 years. They are core members of Workingman Collective, founded in 2005 as a cooperative group of artists and other professionals whose membership and objectives evolve to fit each new project. They are interested in process, invention, chance, and the public.

Georgia Deal is Professor Emeritus and former Chair of the Printmaking and Papermaking Program at the Corcoran School of Art & Design of George Washington University in Washington DC. Her work is in multiple collections including the Philadelphia Museum, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and Yale University Library.  She currently lives in Asheville, NC and is proprietor of the papermaking studio, Swannanoa Paper.

Tom Ashcraft’s diverse practice is rooted in object-making, public and participatory artwork.  He and Workingman Collective have exhibited and produced work in the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean and Africa. Awards include a National Endowment for the Arts Design Grant and a Ford Foundation Fellowship, among others. He recently completed a student / artist collaborative work “Public Practice” which was a three-year course focused on creating two permanent artworks for the US Embassy in Niamey, Niger, commissioned by Art in Embassies, US Department of State. Ashcraft is currently based in Asheville, North Carolina and is the MFA Director and Distinguished Professor at the School of Art + Design, Western Carolina University.


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Tracey Morgan Gallery

188 Coxe Avenue, Asheville, NC, United States

828.505.7667

Open Tues-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-4


Photographs

Christie’s

Auction

September 22 - October 6

20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY +

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Photographs

Auction

September 22 - October 6

20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY

Christie’s Photographs department in New York is pleased to announce their fall Photographs sale, an online auction open for bidding from 22 September – 6 October. 10:00 AM EDT


Christie’s

20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020

212.636.2330


Zines! Get Unstuck: Workshop with Jeff Phillips

Center for Fine Art Photography

Event

September 22 - October 6

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Zines! Get Unstuck: Workshop with Jeff Phillips

Event

September 22 - October 6

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

A photo zine is most often a hand-made, self-published book that is easy and inexpensive to create using simple techniques and materials you already have. Zines offer exciting potential as an outlet for creative expression, as well as a democratized platform that can help get your work out into the world. Creators at all skill levels will learn to design, construct, and publish a zine, while having a lot of fun during the process!  In the digital age, a photo zine can fulfill the desire to hold, feel, and sense a tangible art object. Photo zines can help raise awareness about your work and expand your audience in a fresh new way. Planning on publishing a photo book? Making a photo zine is a low-cost way to explore your creative options while learning about the bookmaking process.

Over the course of three, two-hour sessions, you will:

  • Take a tour of the zine universe, exploring the freshest new work by contemporary zinemakers

  • Dive deeper into photo zine design and construction, with easy-to-follow live demonstrations

  • Use materials at home to gain hands-on experience making a small book, using popular folding and binding techniques

  • Learn how to build a zine using easy and inexpensive software options — or make one using no software at all

  • Explore printing and publishing options for your zine, including using your home printer or commercial service

  • Learn how distribute and sell your zines, to get them out into the world!

Whether you’re looking for new ideas or just want to get ‘unstuck’ in your practice, zines may be the inspiration you’re looking for. Join us to learn ways you can reinvigorate your stalled or unfinished bodies of work, in contemporary style.

Session I: 9/22 6-8 MT (5-7 PT, 8-10 ET)

  • Take a fast-paced tour of the zine universe, exploring the freshest new work by contemporary photographic artists and zinemakers.

  • Learn basic photo zine design and construction, with easy-to-follow live demonstrations.

  • Get free templates that will jump-start your first zine!

  • Free for members

  • $15 for non-members

  • Unlimited students

  • Limited need-based fee waivers available. Please email coordinator@c4fap.org

Sign up for Session one HERE

Session II: 9/29 6-8 MT (5-7 PT, 8-10 ET)

  • Explore advanced options for zinemaking: unique papers, alternative printing techniques, containers, and finishing options.

  • Learn how to accelerate your zinemaking using easy and cheap software options.

  • Understand the pros and cons of online printing options, including Blurb, MagCloud, and other commercial printing services.

Session III: 10/6 6-8 MT (5-7 PT, 8-10 ET)

  • Learn how distribute and sell your zines, to get them out into the world

  • Next steps: Are you ready for a Photo Book?

  • Mini-critique: Show your zines!

Sessions II and III sessions are $40 for members and $60 for non-members

  • Limit 14 students

  • Limited need-based fee waivers available. Please email coordinator@c4fap.org

Sign up for Sessions II and III HERE

 

Jeff Phillips is a photographic artist living and working in Chicago. He is interested in non-traditional ways of sharing work with the world, including zinemaking, digital projection, interactive installations, and experimental methods of image processing. He is a frequent lecturer and workshop presenter at Columbia College Chicago, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Maine Media Workshops, Los Angeles Center of Photography and other arts organizations. Jeff serves on the boards of directors for PhotoNOLA and Filter Photo, and since 2009 has helped produce the week-long Filter Photo Festival. In 2021, he was awarded The Weinberg Memorial Prize for his work focused on using public art for youth empowerment. He holds an M.A. in Photography and a B.A. in Technology from DePaul University in Chicago.


Center for Fine Art Photography

970.224.1010

contact@c4fap.org

Open Check website for current exhibition locations. We are a nomadic style arts center and program in many spaces around the state.



FotoFest Biennial 2022

FotoFest Biennial

Festivals

September 24 - November 6

Houston, TX, +

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FotoFest Biennial 2022

Festivals

September 24 - November 6

Houston, TX,

The FotoFest Biennial 2022 takes place September 24–November 6, 2022 in Houston, Texas at Sawyer Yards in Arts District Houston and throughout the city of Houston.


FotoFest Biennial

Houston, TX, United States

713.2.23..5522


Free Denver Cyanotype Kite Workshop

Center for Fine Art Photography

Event

September 25

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Free Denver Cyanotype Kite Workshop

Event

September 25

Free Denver Cyanotype Kite Workshop 9/25

Free Denver Cyanotype Kite Workshop

Led by Boulder artists Melanie Walker and George Peters, participants will learn to make photographic kites using cyanotype imagery with the sky as their gallery. Cyanotypes will be supplied or bring your own.

The workshop will take place late morning on September 25 with three one-hour time slots at 10 AM, 11 AM, and 12 PM. The workshop will culminate with a kite-flying event (weather permitting) from 2-4 PM, where participants, their families, and the community can participate in flying kites together. The kite fly is open to anyone that wants to bring an art kite.

Location: RiNo Art Park, 1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216 (meeting place will be confirmed after registration)

The Center for Fine Art Photography will document the kite flying through video and photography.

About the Artists

Melanie Walker and George Peters are the team behind Airworks Studio. They have installed over one-hundred large-scale public art projects nationally and internationally. The works include public library commissions, universities and colleges, recreation centers, health care commissions, corporate clients, urban and transportation projects, and many city and state agency commissions. Melanie is also a nationally recognized photographer represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver.

“We believe that public artwork should reflect a character of place, make a positive influence on the people that use and inhabit these areas, create an integrated platform for art in our public spaces and make our living, playing, and working spaces a mix of color, culture, and heart.”

Example of © Melanie Walker’s work


Center for Fine Art Photography

970.224.1010

contact@c4fap.org

Open Check website for current exhibition locations. We are a nomadic style arts center and program in many spaces around the state.



Classic Photographs

Sotheby’s

Auction

September 26 - October 6

1334 York Ave New York, NY +

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Classic Photographs

Auction

September 26 - October 6

1334 York Ave New York, NY

26 September 2022•10:00 EDT

EXHIBITIONS

New York
Mon, 26 Sep 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Tue, 27 Sep 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Wed, 28 Sep 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Thu, 29 Sep 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Fri, 30 Sep 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Sat, 01 Oct 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Sun, 02 Oct 22 • 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
Mon, 03 Oct 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Tue, 04 Oct 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Wed, 05 Oct 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Thu, 06 Oct 22 • 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT

 


Sotheby’s

1334 York Ave New York, NY 10021

212.894.1149


2022 FotoFocus Biennial: World Record Program Week

FotoFocus Biennial

Event

September 29 - October 8

Multiple locations Cincinnati, OH +

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2022 FotoFocus Biennial: World Record Program Week

Event

September 29 - October 8

Multiple locations Cincinnati, OH

The next FotoFocus Biennial will take place in October 2022. The Program Week is scheduled for Thursday, September 29 – Saturday, October 8, 2022 and will feature keynote lectures, talks, and panel discussions with artists, curators and collaborators, screenings, performances, receptions, and tours.


FotoFocus Biennial

Multiple locations Cincinnati, OH


FotoFest Fine Print Auction

Fotofest

Auction

September 29

Houston, TX, USA +

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FotoFest Fine Print Auction

Auction

September 29

Houston, TX, USA

VIP PROGRAM
September 24–29, 2022

AUCTION PREVIEW
AT THE WHITEHALL HOUSTON HOTEL
September 27–29, 2022

LIVE AUCTION & GALA
AT THE WHITEHALL HOUSTON HOTEL
Thursday, September 29, 2022 | 6PM

NIGHT OF LIVE AUCTION & GALA:
Auction Preview & Cocktails | 6–7 PM
Gala Dinner | 7–8PM
Live Auction | 8PM


Fotofest

Houston, TX, USA

713.223.5522