En tant que Artist-in-Residence de New York, j’ai photographié autour de ce dix-neuvième château à Canet, en France. Principalement, je travaillerais à partir du crépuscule ou de la tombée de la nuit vers quatre heures du matin. Pendant la pleine lune, la lumière qui traverse la forêt ou à travers le château était étrange et
While ending a walk through the forest, I struggled to find my way out. But I had to pause for a moment to make a photograph, this one of some trees just after the sun set, post-twilight. It was so silent, quiet and mysterious for that moment. This image is part of the series, “Between.”
“The Crit,” an Approach to Learning Fine Art Photography by Looking at Photographs Critically and Nurturing Creativity “The Crit” is a proven way of learning fine art photography. The basic approach is to critically look at an artist’s photographs one-on-one, give thoughtful feedback, and nurture their creative vision. This is mostly based on Yale University’s
View From the beach, Jersey Shore, looking down as the waves come it.
The Guggenheim Foundation has announced its list of 11 Guggenheim Photography Fellows for 2014. The list this time around seems particularly fitting and abundant (the last few years have averaged about half the number of awards). This year’s Photography winners are: Photography Robert Dawson LaToya Frazier Jason Fulford Phyllis Galembo Gregory Halpern Brenda Kenneally
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