There are two artist residencies great for photographers (as well as other types of visual artists). The first is the Millay Colony for the Arts and is set in upstate New York (about an hour away from Yaddo in Saratoga). Millay accepts a handful of artists, writers, and composers for each of their three and a
Millay Colony and Bemis Residencies for Artists and Fine Art Photograrphers
Self portrait fine art photograph taken in New Brunswick, Canada, on a foggy and slightly rainy morning along the coast. I set up the tripod and made only a few images in the area that morning. Nearby a few miles away was the strange hum of a nuclear power plant.
There were a few interesting points made at a recent fine art photography lecture in Chelsea at the Aperture Foundation. The panel discussion at Aperture focused on the recent book, ”Photography Changes Everything,” and included several of its writers: Carol Squiers (curator, writer), Marvin Heiferman (writer, curator, teacher), Merry Foresta (curator, writer), Wendy Ewald (artist,
Invite for the “The Kids Are Alright” exhibition at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center–if you are in Wisconsin, please drop by Sunday, September 30, 2012 if you are nearby.
There are two fine art photography lectures at roughly the same time occurring on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 in Chelsea. The first is at SVA, and is part of their excellent series on contemporary photography they’ve been conducting in the Fall. This time, its a panel Discussion with Christian Patterson, Luc Sante, Michael Mack called, “Photography, Narrative
Show Illuminates Shifting Nature of Family and Changing Role of Contemporary Photography, with Catherine Opie, Steve Giovinco, Ryan McGinley, Others I’m honored that several of my fine art photographs are included in a museum exhibition with Catherine Opie, Ryan McGinley, Patty Chang, David Hilliard, Tierney Gearon, Chris Verene, Justine Kurland and others. “The Kids Are All Right,”opens September 30, 2012 at the John
Night landscape fine art photograph, taken at about midnight, with clouds rolling past the moon in Woodstock, Vermont.
Illuminates Shifting Nature of Family and Changing Role of Contemporary Photography, with Catherine Opie, Steve Giovinco, Ryan McGinley, Others Contemporary family life and couples are the subject of Steve Giovinco’s fine art photographs, which are included in a museum exhibition called, “The Kids Are All Right.” The show opens September 30, 2012 at the John
Fine Art Photography Free Talk at Aperture with Merry Foresta, Wendy Ewald, Marvin Heiferman, and Carol Squiers
Free Photography Talk In conversation: Merry Foresta, Wendy Ewald, Marvin Heiferman, and Carol Squiers Wednesday, September 26, 2012 6:30 pm Aperture Gallery and Bookstore 547 West 27th StreetNew York, NY FREE Join Marvin Heiferman, leading photography curator and editor of Photography Changes Everything, for a conversation with photographer Wendy Ewald, Merry Foresta, former Director of the Smithsonian Photography
A Fine Art Photography evening with Kate Orff, the Center for Health, Environment & Justice, and Wilma Subra Tuesday, September 25, 2012 6:30 pm Aperture Gallery and Bookstore547 West 27th StreetNew York, NY FREE Join Petrochemical America author and landscape architect Kate Orff in conversation with Mike Schade, Campaign Coordinator with the Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ), and Wilma Subra, environmental