Photography Submissions Due February 22 To Light Work Too Hard to Keep (Syracuse) is a communal archival installation for photographs, photo-objects, and digital files to exist when they are too difficult to destroy yet remain too hard or painful to hold on to. Submissions will be accepted by February 22, 2013 for the exhibition that
Submit Photographs to Light Work’s TOO HARD TO KEEP (SYRACUSE)
Fine art photograph made in Beijing, China, during a very, very cold evening at twilight as the sun just set in a park. Taken with a tripod, with an exposure of probably several seconds (Steve Giovinco).
List of Art Grants, Awards, Residencies, For Fine Art Photographer, Emerging Artists, Painters
I recently came across a great list of awards, art grants, and some residencies. Although its old, its a very complete and is an excellent resource for fine art photographers, emerging artists, fine art painters. The list of art grants: http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview/id/778170.html
Contemporary Fine Art Photography Chelsea Openings: Ezra Stoller at Yossi Milo, Michael Benson at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, Zwelethu Mthethwa at Jack Shainman Gallery
Ezra Stoller at Yossi Milo Gallery The evening’s chill did not dissuade hard-core fine art photography enthusiasts from making the frigid Chelsea trek. First stop was Yossi Milo and American architectural photographer Ezra Stoller. What is most striking about many of the black and white vintage photographs is seeing what American once was and once
Chelsea Art Gallery Openings: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture at Haunch of Venison; Fine Art Photography At ClampArt
Chelsea Art Gallery Openings: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture at Haunch of Venison After visiting Laurie Frick’s group show at Westbeth, an artist-friend whom I met at Yaddo, who’s interesting wall piece represented GPS movements through Brooklyn, I headed to the still curiously titled Haunch of Venison on West Twenty-First Street. Two highlights were Patricia Piccinni’s stunningly odd
Photograph taken in Roblin, Manitoba, which is about three hours north west of Winnipeg, taken during a summer night after twilight.
2012 in fine art photography had many highlights. Here are some picks from the last year. Holy Motors and Contemporary Fine Art Photography Although a film, Holy Motors explores many contemporary fine art photography concepts prevalent today. The film seems to ask: are we all just playing a role? Much of this exuberant and indescribable
NYFA Grant Application Work Sample Seminar New York Foundation for the Arts Program Officer, Christa Blatchford, conducting a Work Sample Seminar at Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center in Buffalo, NY. There are some interesting and helpful tidbits for applying for the NYFA grant.
Fine art photography was on view in Chelsea as the 2013 season starts (many are happy to see 2012 go; lingering remnants of Hurricane Sandy remain in the form of still-dark galleries). Sabine Hornig at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Starting at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery’s main floor gallery are photo sculptural installations and traditional photographic prints by German artist