I’m so so glad my piece could benefit Lotus House Women’s Shelter in Miami. Luckily, it sold last week at the Margulies Art Warehouse benefit auction. The auction will be held at the amazing Margulies Art Warehouse, which is my favorite stop in Miami.
Always on the look out for photo printers, I recently came across an excellent one. Although Pascal Prince’s A Small Light Room, 41 Union Square, has focused on fashion (he printed for Avedon in the ’90’s), he’s been starting to work with fine art photographers, and would like to do more. He offers a free
Tomorrow is Philly Photo Day! Grab your camera, take a picture anywhere in Philadelphia and submit it to the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center website by 8pm on October 31!
I met both Lucy Puls and Jonathon Keats at Yaddo last year, both are having exhibitions in San Francisco, both running nearly concurrently. Besides that, there is little else in common. Lucy Puls Electric Works 130 8th Street San Francisco Through November 26 Lucy Puls “In Repossessed: Brief Madness,” takes discarded photographs and objects from
Heart Happening, benefiting the Lotus House Women’s Shelter Friday, October 22, 2010, at the Margulies Art Warehouse Oh, this is an excellent benefit for an excellent cause. I’m so grateful to be asked to include a photograph (the above). If you are in Miami, or wish to contribute, please visit their site. The auction will
Ben Lifson, who was a teacher of mine for a semester at the Yale University MFA Photography program while Tod Papageorge was on sabbatical, has a curious offering: teaching photography online (using IM, to be specific). Yes, I wondered, “How the hell is the possible?” too. But not only does he lay out a specific
Gabriela Herman’s portraits of bloggers, with their faces glowing in the beautiful glow of their computer screens, are chilling and interesting. They portent, for me, what I’ll call “Home Photography”, which like “Street Photography” of the Sixties and Seventies (Garry Winogrand, et al), show us the how we live today and how we spend our