Contemporary Fine Art Photography at AIPAD 2012 in NYC Highlights

29 Mar
Contemporary Fine Art Photography at AIPAD 2012 in NYC Highlights

Contemporary Fine Art Photography at AIPAD 2012 in NYC Highlights Contemporary fine art photography seems well represented at AIPAD 2012 this time around at the Armory (the building–not to be confused with the show held a few weeks earlier) in New York.  Crowds seemed to be more plentiful too. Some highlights for me where: Some nice

27 Mar
New York Foto Fest 2012: Featured Artists and Curatorial Themes

Featured Artists and Curatorial Themes for NYPH’12 March 27, 2012 Amy Smith-Stewart What Do You Believe In This select group exhibition of sixteen artists— Jen DeNike, Hank Willis Thomas, Leah Beeferman, Stuart Hawkins, Yamini Nayar, Fay Ray, Luke Stettner, Anissa Mack, Kenya Robinson, Xaviera Simmons, Nicole Cherubini, Nyeema Morgan, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Matthew Spiegelman, Daniel

16 Mar
Search Engine Optimization for Photographers at ASMP NY

I’ll be talking on search engine optimization for photographers next Wednesday at 6:00pm at 379 Park Ave. South for ASMP NY. Date:     Wednesday, March 21, 2012 6:00pm-8:30pm Where: 379 Park Ave. South (26th Street) 3rd floor. Rod Goodman Studio ASMP NY, American Society of Media Photographers Cost:      ASMP member – Free RSVP:  

14 Mar
Hey Hot Shot! Photography Competition for Contemporary Fine Art Photography

Hey, Hot Shot! is one competition that I recommend for contemporary fine art photographers.  Its part of Jen Bekman Projects—which also includes Jen Bekman Gallery and 20×200.  Each year, one photographer will receive a $10,000 honorarium. Apply now. The $80 entry fee will increase incrementally. The deadline for submissions is March 14th, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (EDT). + A $10,000 cash prize + A solo exhibition at Jen

09 Mar
Volta NY Art Fair 2012, Contemporary Fine Art

Volta, in its 2012 New York version, is perinatal a favorite fair in the March art circuit. And whats not to like: one artist, one booth–simplicity itself.  Each gallery presents a mini portable one person show, unlike 95% of most booths at most of the other fairs (although there are more two person booths at ADAA than in

08 Mar
Contemporary Fine Art Photography at the Armory Show 2012

Contemporary fine art photography was around at the Armory Show 2012, but seemingly less so than usual.  Some or most of the blue chips galleries were absent this time around, and are perhaps waiting for the Frieze Art Fair in May.  Some fine art photography highlights include: Roe Ethridge’s oddly diverse photographs of well made

08 Mar
SCOPE Art Fair 2012 Disappoints

This year’s SCOPE Art Fair, 2012, is a relaxed affair, especially when strolling–running for your life actually– across Twelfth Avenue from the demure Armory Show.  Its a show in the past that I found to be a respite from the larger Armory where a few surprises could be found. Yet this time around, I am disappointed.  SCOPE 2012

04 Mar
Call for Papers Museums of Cities Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 2012

Call for Papers Museums of Cities Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 2012 City Museums: Collisions | Connections, CAMOC/Museum of Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada, October 24-26, 2012 CAMOC, the International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), in collaboration with the Museum of Vancouver, invites papers for “City

02 Mar
4 Marketing Tips for Preparing for a Photography Exhibit

4 Marketing Tips for Preparing for a Photography Exhibit If you have a show upcoming, congratulations!  You’ve spent countless hours working to create the work and connect with gallerists.  Now the really work starts. Kickstarter. OK, its not really a marketing tool, per se, but it is a way to generate funds for the production