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April 10th, Cambridge: Artist Talk by Todd Hido

Harvard Art Museums
Artist Talk by Todd Hido
Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 6:00-8:00 pm
Free and open to the public.

Todd Hido, in conversation with Sharon Harper, Associate Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University

Todd Hido makes night photographs of suburban neighborhoods, using long exposures to capture the effects of fog, and light from streetlamps and windows. Hido’s project relates closely to Feininger’s atmospheric night photographs of the Bauhaus building and the surrounding neighborhood.”

Harvard Art Museums
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
485 Broadway
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

Deadline November 28th: Project Basho ONWARD Compé

Project Basho ONWARD Compé
Deadline: Wednesday, November 28, 2011 at 11:59 pm EST
Fees: $40 for 3 images

“ONWARD Compé is Project Basho’s annual international photography competition for emerging photographers. Our main goal is to increase the exposure of talented image-makers and create new outlets for their work. Juried each year by a leading figure in contemporary photography, ONWARD Compé spotlights new envelope-pushing work that continues to further the medium. Now in it’s fifth year, ONWARD Compé has been steadily growing, drawing submissions from around the U.S. and across the globe.”

Juror & Awards
Photographer, Todd Hido.

“Selected photographs will be exhibited by Project Basho’s gallery in Philadelphia in from February 9 – March 25, 2012.  All chosen work is also displayed in a web gallery and a selection of artists will be featured through some of our Media Sponsors such as fototazo, Ahorn Magazine, and others.  The Grand Prize will be awarded to two photographers and includes a 2 person show at Project Basho Gallery, $500 cash prize and more.”

Eligibility
ONWARD Compé is open to all open to individuals who do not have a contractual agreement with any commercial gallery representation. Previous ONWARD Compé  selected photographers are permitted to enter the competition.

Click here to download a pdf of the guidelines.
Click here to submit.

April 15th, Portland: Lecture by Todd Hido: “Process, Source, and Influence”

Photolucida
Todd Hido: Process, Source, and Influence
at the
Portland Art Museum [map]

Friday, April 15, 2011, 7 – 8 pm
Whitsell Auditorium

Todd Hido will discuss his most recent work and process, including sources and influences, alongside his own images.  Hido will focus on work that he does not often speak about, offering rare insight into his creative process.

Following his lecture, Hido will lead a Q & A about his work and will be available to sign books.”

Admission: $5 members | $12 non-members | Free tickets for members of the Photography Council available on-site only
Click here to purchase tickets online.

April 1st, Portland: “Across The Divide: Critical Mass 2010” Curated by Todd Hido

Newspace Center for Photography
Across the Divide: Critical Mass 2010, curated by Todd Hido

Opening reception: Friday, April 1, 2011, 6 – 9 pm

“Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs selected by photographer Todd Hido from the 2010 Critical Mass competition held each year by Portland based photography nonprofit Photolucida.”

Exhibiting Artists
Thomas Alleman, Justyna Badach, Claire Beckett, Kendrick Brinson, Christopher Capozziello, Tom Chambers, Christopher Churchill, Sam Comen, Kirk Crippens, Mitch Dobrowner, Natan Dvir, Daniela Edburg, Matt Eich, Ethan Eisenberg, Dima Gavrysh, Kevin German, Elin Hoyland, Jessica Hines, Joseph O. Holmes, Norihisa Hosaka, Mary Shannon Johnstone, Loli Kantor, Dianne Kornberg, Alejandra Laviada, Stephen Mallon, Rania Matar, Annie Marie Musselman, Louie Palu, Rachel Phillips, Benjamin Rasmussen, Christopher Rauschenberg, Frank Relle, Justine Reyes, Jeff Rich, Lynn Saville, Traer Scott, Manjari Sharma, Jeff Sheng, Tim Simmons, Pavel Maria Smejkal, Yisook Sohn, S. Gayle Stevens, Jamey Stillings, Amy Thompson Avishai, Daniel Traub, Kevin Van Aelst, Alvaro Villela, Corinne Vionnet.

The exhibition will be up from April 1st to May 1st, 2011.

Newspace Center for Photography
1632 Southeast 10th Avenue
Portland, Oregon  [map]

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