Tag: landscape

November 14th, Tucson: Conversation & Book Signing with Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe

Center for Creative Photography
Conversation and Book Signing with Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Free and open to the public.

“Norton Family Curator Rebecca Senf leads collaborative artists Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe in a discussion of their working process, their recent Grand Canyon project and book, and what’s on their horizon.  Conversation will be followed by an opportunity to purchase the new “Reconstructing the View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe” with an essay by Rebecca Senf.”

© 2012 Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe

CCP Auditorium
1030 North Olive Road
Tucson, Arizona

Deadline Extended to November 12th: Joyce Elaine Grant Annual Juried Exhibition

Texas Woman’s University
Call for Entries: Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibit 2013
Deadline Extended: November 12, 2012
Fee: $35 for 5 images (5 additional images for $45)

“Established in 2001 and organized by the graduate photography students at Texas Woman’s University and the Photographic Artists’ Coalition (a student-run photography organization), the annual Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition provides a national venue for the exhibition of artistic expression as seen through the eye of the camera. Photographers from throughout the United States are invited to submit entries for the exhibition, then works are juried by an invited professional in the photographic field. The exhibition is on view to the public at the Texas Woman’s University Fine Arts Galleries every Spring semester.

Juror: Sarah Kennel, Associate Curator, Department of Photographs, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Exhibition Dates: February 21 to March 2, 2013

JEG 2012 Solo Show Award Winner: Nadia Sablin

Eligibility
This exhibition is open to anyone creating photographic images. All photographic and related processes are encouraged including digital, non-silver and photographic book arts. Pieces must not exceed 60” in any dimension.

Entries
Submissions must be individual JPG’s sized at 72 dpi with 800 pixels in the longest dimension. Files must be named with the artists’ last name, first name and number of submission shown on entry form (e.g. Smith_Jane_1.jpg, underscores required) please go to twuvisualarts.slideroom.com for further application instructions and requirements.

Artists may submit up to five images for $35.00 (up to five additional images may be entered for $45.00). Images of accepted entries may be used for publicity purposes and for presentation of the exhibition on the TWU website. All fees are non-refundable and will be considered a donation to the Joyce Elaine Grant Endowment.”

Submit online via SlideRoom here: twuvisualarts.slideroom.com.

For more information, download a PDF of the brochure here.

October 18th, Tucson: “Richard Misrach: Recent Projects” Artist’s Talk and Book Signing

© 2012 Richard Misrach

Center for Creative Photography
Artist Talk and Book Signing: Richard Misrach: Recent Projects
Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Free and open to the public.

“In the 1970’s, exhibiting artist Richard Misrach helped pioneer the renaissance of color photography and large-scale presentation that are widespread practice today. Best known for his ongoing epic series, Desert Cantos, a multi-faceted approach to the study of place and man’s complex relation to it, he has worked in the landscape for over 40 years.

Recent projects include: Golden Gate, Richard Misrach, Aperture, Spring 2012; Petrochemical America, Richard Misrach and Kate Orff, Aperture, Fall 2012; Destroy This Memory, Richard Misrach, Aperture, Fall 2010; and 1991, Richard Misrach, Blind Spot, Fall 2011. Misrach’s photographs are held in the collections of over fifty major institutions, including the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.”

CCP Auditorium
1030 North Olive Road
Tucson, Arizona

October 13th, Boston: PRC 2012 Benefit Auction

Photographic Resource Center
2012 Benefit Auction
Saturday, October 13, 2012

“Since 1976, the PRC has been a leading force in fine art photography both regionally and nationally. In our 36 year history, many of the world’s most celebrated photographers, scholars, critics, and curators have intersected with the organization through exhibitions, lectures, workshops and publications.

On Saturday, October 13, we will host the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction. This event is an exciting opportunity for the photography, art, collecting, and gallery communities to celebrate our important Boston-based cultural institution. By showing your support, the PRC can continue its compelling work of providing quality programming to support fine art and creative photography in New England.

PRC Benefit Auction Preview Exhibition
October 5-12, 2012
808 Gallery at Boston University

Live Auction
Doors open at 5:00 pm
Live auction begins at 6:45 pm
Includes an elegant reception with gourmet hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and a curator led tour of the live auction photographs by Francine Weiss, PRC’s new Curator & Loupe Editor.
Tickets: $100

Silent Auction
Doors open at 8:15 pm
Section 1 closes at 9:15 pm
Section 2 closes at 9:30 pm
Section 3 closes at 9:45 pm
Includes appetizers, desserts, wine, and beer as well as one hell of a party!
Advance Tickets: $30 general public | $25 PRC members
At Door Tickets: $35

Purchase tickets for the live or silent auctions here.

Auctioneer
Stuart Whitehurst, W & W Appraisers and Consultant”

October 2012, Cincinnati: FotoFocus Month of Photography

FotoFocus Cincinnati
October 2012
30+ Days | 50+ Venues | 500+ Artists

The exhibition openings, lectures, and book signings are too great to re-list in this blog.  To see the activities planned in Cincinnati and some in Dayton throughout the month of October, please visit their website: fotofocuscincinnati.org.

“FotoFocus, a nonprofit arts organization, champions the ubiquity of photography and its important role in contemporary culture. FotoFocus recaptures the spirit of Cincinnati’s legacy as an epicenter of art production and creative exchange, and seeks to revitalize that spirit for the 21st century. Acting as a catalyst for institutional collaboration and community engagement, FotoFocus organizes a month-long biennial celebration spotlighting independently programmed exhibitions of historical and contemporary photography and lens-based art.

Launching in October 2012, with many of the showcased exhibitions continuing beyond, the FotoFocus biennial presents an unprecedented opportunity to learn about and experience the diverse currents of photography. FotoFocus brings together museums, galleries, and universities showcasing world-renowned artists and national and regional standouts. Pop-up venues, community art centers, and other grass roots organizations explore current trends in photography with exhibitions featuring the work of emerging talents and students.”

September 29th, San Diego: Opening Reception for “The Art of Photography Show”

The Art of Photography Show
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 29, 2012, 6:00-10:00 pm
Free and open to the public.

“The Art of Photography Show is an established and critical force in the world of contemporary photography. Now in its 8th year, this presentation of world class photography is truly exquisite. A total of 16,905 entries were submitted by artists from 77 countries around the world for this juried competition. The judge for this exhibit is Julian Cox, Founding Curator of Photography and Chief Curator at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Mr. Cox selected 200 compelling works.”

To see a preview of the show or if you can’t attend, click here.
The exhibition will be on display until November 11, 2012.

San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park
1439 El Prado
San Diego, California  [map]

Deadline September 10th: The Paris Photo | Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2012

Paris Photo | Aperture Foundation
PhotoBook Awards 2012
Deadline: Monday, September 10, 2012

Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation announce The Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the book’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography.

 The Awards will focus on two major categories: First PhotoBook and PhotoBook of the Year. A pre-selected shortlist of thirty titles will be profiled in The PhotoBook Review; will be exhibited at Paris Photo at the Grand Palais and at Aperture Gallery in New York; and will tour to other venues, to be determined. The initial selection will be made by Phillip Block, Deputy Director of Programs and Director of Education at International Center of Photography; Chris Boot, Executive Director of Aperture Foundation; Lesley Martin, Publisher, Aperture Foundation; Julien Frydman, Director of Paris Photo; James Wellford, senior international photo editor at Newsweek magazine.

A final jury in Paris, including Els Barents, Director of the Huis Marseille Museum of Photography; Roxana Marcoci, Curator of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Curator of the Paris Photo 2012 Platform; Edward Robinson, LACMA associate curator of photography; Thomas Seelig, Curator of the Fotomuseum Winterthur, will select the winners for both prizes, which will be revealed at the opening of Paris Photo on November 14, 2012.

First PhotoBook
A $10,000 prize will be awarded to the photographer/artist* whose first photobook is deemed by an independent jury to be best of the year.

Criteria for Eligibility

  • A book in which the dominant content is photography, produced in physical form, and distributed either for purchase or free of charge.
  • A book which is the first by the given photographer/artist is eligible for entry, whether a first self-published book, a first limited-edition book, a first gallery-published collection, a first book made available by print-on-demand, or a first book published by a publisher for release in the book trade. A first book published by an established publisher is eligible for entry even if the photographer/artist previously released a self-published book or a limited-edition book for distribution outside the trade. However, once a photographer/artist has had a book published by a mainstream publisher in the book trade, a subsequent book (whether self-published or not) is not eligible for entry.
  • May be released by a publisher (in a trade or limited edition) or self-published.
  • First books eligible for entry include those produced via print-on-demand.
  • A book released by a publisher is eligible if it is the first trade book by the given photographer/artist, even if an earlier limited-edition or self published book has previously been made available by that artist/photographer.
  • Books must be produced or published between September 1, 2011, and September 8, 2012. Books produced before September 8, 2012, but not due for release or publication until a later date in 2012, are also eligible.

PhotoBook of the Year
The PhotoBook of the Year Prize will be awarded to the photographer/artist*, and publisher responsible, whose book is deemed by an independent jury to be the best of the year.

Criteria for Eligibility

  • A book in which the dominant content is photography, produced in physical form, and published in an edition of no less than one hundred copies.
  • Books must be produced or published between September 1, 2011, and September 8, 2012. Books produced before September 8, 2012, but not due for release or publication until a later date in 2012, are also eligible for entry.

*Books by or featuring the work of more than one photographer/artist are eligible in both categories.

Entry Fee
First PhotoBook: $30 per book
PhotoBook of the Year: $60 for first entry from a given publisher, $30 for each subsequent entry from the same publisher”

Click here for the submission guidelines.
Click here to apply online.

Deadline September 15th: CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography

CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography
Deadline: Saturday, September 15, 2012
Entry Fee: $65

“American and Canadian photographers who pursue work of creative or social importance have too few opportunities for support and recognition. This is especially true when photographers are engaged in personal or in-depth projects that do not have direct commercial appeal. While there are other sources for grants and fellowships in photography, the chance to see a body of work in print, as a coherent book-length work, is rare. Concerned about this problem and recognizing their shared interests, the Honickman Foundation and the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University came together to create this important biennial book-publication prize.

Winners of the CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography receive a grant of $3,000, publication of a book of photography, and inclusion in a website devoted to presenting the work of the prizewinners. The winner will also be given a solo exhibit at the Center for Documentary Studies and the photographs will then be placed in the Archive of Documentary Arts in Duke University’s Rubenstein Library.

Deborah Willis is the final judge of the sixth biennial CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography competition.

Submission Guidelines
Submissions are accepted online at http://fbp.slideroom.com.

  • 40 photographs in digital format (jpeg/jpg) drawn from an ongoing or recently completed project, which represent a coherent body of work suitable for publication. At least twenty of these images must have been made within the last three years (from 2009 on). Those who have submitted work in a previous competition should be sure to include at least twenty new images in their application. Please label each scan with title and caption information in fields provided.
  • 40 captions in pdf or doc format. In addition to labeling each scan, provide a numbered list with title and/or caption for all 40 images in one document; be sure to include where and when the picture was made.
  • 1-page artist’s statement in pdf or doc format. Provide context for the forty images, describe larger body of work, including how long project has been in progress, and how the photographs constitute a potential book.
  • 1-page biography or CV in pdf or doc format
  • $65 entry fee

Eligibility
The prize is open to American and Canadian citizens (and residents of the U.S. and Canada for at least fifteen years) of any age, who have yet to publish a book-length work—a publication that focuses solely on the photographer’s work, contains more than thirty of the photographer’s images, and is sold through conventional book distribution channels. (A photographer’s inclusion in an anthology or group catalog does not affect eligibility.) Photographers who have self-published or printed on-demand books of more than sixty pages that are promoted and sold on the Internet as books, or have published limited-edition chapbooks or exhibit catalogs of more than sixty pages, are not eligible for the award.”

For the full prospectus, click here.

Deadline July 1st: The SPE Art Sinsabaugh Creative Artist Project Support Grant

The Society for Photographic Education
Art Sinsabaugh Creative Artist Project Support Grant
Deadline: Sunday, July 1, 2012 at 11:59 pm EDT
Fee: $10 + current membership

“The Society for Photographic Education is pleased to announce The SPE Art Sinsabaugh SPE Creative Artist Project Support Grant to recognize professional members’ exceptional creative photographic work and support their efforts. The award of $5,000 will be granted to one member in 2012, its pilot year. This is a new benefit for members and has been noted as a goal of SPE’ strategic plan drafted in 2011.

Current professional level (non-student) members of SPE are eligible to apply. The grant was created to support a new project, or to continue an existing project in traditional still photography, digital video/film, multimedia, installation, or work created for the web.

Eligibility & Requirements
Current professional level (non-student) members of SPE are eligible to apply. The grant was created to support a new project, or to continue an existing project in traditional still photography, digital video/film, multimedia, installation, or work created for the web.

  • A description of no more than 1000 words describing the project and how the grant will be used
  • Examples of work, to be uploaded to SPE’s SlideRoom account
  • Current summary CV of no more than 2 pages

Submit online at spenational.slideroom.com.”
Click here for the prospectus.

June 30th, New Orleans: “Build Your Community, Fund Your Projects!” Grants Workshop with Lori Waselchuk

New Orleans Photo Alliance
Build Your Community, Fund Your Projects!
Grants Workshop with Lori Waselchuk
Saturday, June 30, 2012, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Fee: $5 NOPA Members | $10 General Public (includes pizza lunch).  Advance registration preferred.

“The New Orleans Photo Alliance will host a grant workshop for individual artists. Lori Waselchuk, an award-winning photographer and recipient of several regional and international grants, will lead a workshop that will cover three stages of grant-writing: preparation, proposal development and follow-up. Waselchuk will talk about her own experiences, local and national grant opportunities, and about building partnerships for projects and seeking non-traditional funding”

New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130  [map]

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