It was great to meet with the talented Joanne Dugan yesterday, a photographer who’s most memorable work is black and white landscapes where there is a slightly wistful residue of human presence. She also started Alphabet City where she took her photographs (color, this time) of found letters from the streets and stores of New
Joanne Dugan, Photographer, and her Alphabet City
Nothing really more to say, except I hope they like what I send them (!).
I really like Jen’s work! Here are the details, from Aperture’s site: Picturing the Self: A Philosopher Discusses a Photographer’s Work Jen Davis and Pierre Cassou-Noguès Monday, January 31, 2011 6:30 pm FREE Aperture Gallery 547 West 27th Street, 4th floor New York, New York Photographer Jen Davis has produced a stunning series of self-portraits
Granted, its not a very large one, and I actually didn’t shoot anything, but I’m excited to get my first check from the New York Times Magazine for researching images and submitting a bunch.
I just re-launched my Webologist site (its been up a week–why not completely change it?), so take a look if you are curious or have an interest or need for sites for artists or others, etc., etc.
Curiously, a new art fair has popped up–not in New York, Miami, London or Brussels even. This one (VIP Fair) is online. Or is it? I tried and got: A PHP Error was encountered Severity: Notice Message: Undefined offset: 0 Filename: models/profile_model.php Line Number: 55 This is the equivalent keeping the doors closed while a
Contemporary photography: Saatchionline for Artists If you’ve not already done so, sign up for Saatchionline–its a great resources for artists where you can list information and images about your work.
Check out the new webisode of the Madness of Art. As Jim, the Impresario says: Miami, here we come! The Miami Art Fairs feature very important pieces by the most important artists of the second half of the 20th century… it’s muy importante! But when Jim runs into arch nemesis Glenn, baby, it’s all about