Thank you juror Richard Tuschman for including me to be in the upcoming SE Center Open exhibition at The SE Center for Photography 3/19/19
i’m honored to have two images that have not been previously in any other show..
I am delighted to hear that one of my images from my series
The Waiting Room was selected by Juror Steve Diamant and will be included in the upcoming Contemporary Portrait exhibition at The Southeast Center for Photography, in Greenville , SC, Michael Pannier, Director.
Steve Diamant is the Founder and President of Arcadia Contemporary and sits on the board of the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA).
40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date. In addition, one image may be purchased from the artist for inclusion in the SE Center's
Exhibition Opens 11/2/18
Opening Reception 11/2/18, 6-8 PM
Exhibition Closes 12/1/18
The last eye to eye contact, followed by the final shallow breaths…. heat turns to cold.. a flower is plaxced by someone in his hand, as he transitions into the next realm.. life and death, beauty in sadness
Review from Curator Jane Szabo:
“Nina Weinberg Doran’s image , TRANSITION opts for lush color and clairty and seems to celebrate the beauty of a life..”
MOVED TO ACT!
Ellen Feldman & Marky Kauffmann
October 27 to November 25, 2018
Reception for Artists: Saturday, October 27, 5-7 pm
An exhibition of photographs by outstanding artists across the US that serves as an important statement of our determination and power to fight for justice for ourselves, and all people, in all our differences.
The exhibit will bring together photographs from the Women’s March, January 21, 2017, and other recent events in the United States, including Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock Movement and March for Our Lives.
•Jane Fulton Alt •Andrey Andreev •Gabriella Angotti-Jones •Amber Bracken •Edie Bresler •James Billeaudeau •Sheila Pree Bright •Lora Brody •Matthew Butkus •Nicole Buchanan •Gabriella Demczuk •Kelley Donnelly •Nina Weinberg Doran •Deena Feinberg •Colleen Fitzgerald •Lindsay Hite •Adriene Hughes •Sara Hylton •Luke Jordan •Tira Khan •Neil O. Lawner •Rusty Leffel •Emily Matyas •Annu Palakunnathu Matthew •Debi Milligan •Jeenah Moon •Maya Myers •Natalie Obermaier •Rachel Papo •Tristan Pinto •Jessica Pons •Denise Saldaña •Ellen Shub •Belinda Soncini •Sandra Steinbrecher •Candice Washington •David Whitney •Evan Whitney
About the Curators
Ellen Feldman is a long-time street photographer, photo-artist, and book maker; her work has appeared in many solo and group exhibits. She is Photography Editor of Women’s Review of Books and holds a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from NYU.
Marky Kauffmann has been working as a fine art photographer, educator, and curator for over thirty years, including curating “Outspoken: Seven Women Photographers,” currently touring schools and colleges throughout the Northeast. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship in Photography.
I’m gratified to know that i have been selected as on of the Gold Medal winner in the San Francisco Bay International Photo Festival . My image will be exhibited with 32 others at the ACCI Gallery, in Berkeley, California, during the San Francisco Bay Month of Photography in September of 2018. The opening is September 7th.
Communication becomes stifled when the topic is sorrow. Gestures shift while contemplating mortality. Rituals are performed while the sky continues on despite us. Fifteen visual artists will show together and address aspects of navigating loss, foregoing the notion that grief is something better hidden away.
Nina Weinberg Doran
Camilla Anne Jerome
"I Surrender, Dear" curated by Frances Jakubek, opens July 10th at Umbrella Arts Gallery, 317 E. 9th St., New York; through August 4th, 2018 with a reception on Tuesday, July 10th, from 6-8pm with the artists.
Gallery hours: Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm & by appointment
Portraits Without Faces
A juried international photography exhibition
September 28 – October 21, 2017
Portraiture emerged as one of the most prominent genres of depictive media early in the history of the visual arts; tacit or explicit rules, conventions and cultural expectations have always influenced the ways in which artists approached the genre. Photography is no exception. Numerous different and characteristic styles of portraiture emerged throughout the history of the medium. We usually assume that faces are necessary components of portraiture; we may, however, learn just as much about the character, the personality of a person by looking at images that depict other parts of their bodies, show us the objects or places associated with them. Not focusing on the face may open up a new dimension of interpretation. Our Portraits Without Faces exhibition is dedicated to this challenging divergence from the more conventional approaches to the genre.
Quién? Qué? Dónde?” means “Who? What? Where?” in Spanish. Spanish is one of the worlds’ most commonly spoken languages and is often chosen as the second language one learns. The name was chosen for this portrait exhibition in order to underscore the complexities of all of our diverse roots. A portrait photograph can inspire many questions and if we look hard and long enough, the answers as well.
Quién? Qué? Dónde?
June 10 – September 30, 2018
Reception tba in the Fall
I am grateful to have had two images shown at the American Splendor Exhibit at Ilon Gallery in Harlem. NY from June-august 2018. The opening will he held Friday Night June 2nd 6-9p
Please join us to the beginning of the glorious Spring and Summer Season with the opening of the upcoming American Splendour : New Photography group exhibtion!
Juried by Hannah Frasier, Jon Feinstein, David Rosenberg, Loni Efron and Ruben Natal-San Miguel.
Curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel
Anchor Artists : Andrea Blanch, Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Sally Davies, Dana Hoey, David LaChapelle,
Annie Leibovitz, Ken Regan, Elliot Ross, Mark Seliger, Rachel Papo, Todd Hido and Oliver Wasow.
Congratulations to our Finalists:
1st Place: Tema Sauffer
2nd Place: Lauren Silberman
3rd Place: Nina Weinberg Doran
4th Place: Benjamin Bobkoff
Honorary Mentions: Ashleigh Coleman, Courtney Charles, Kathleen Hayes, Kris Hodson Moore, Kristin Furbeck, Maria Larssen, Michael Kirchoff, Nancy Oliveri, Russ Rowland, Susan B. Anthony
I’m very grateful to Michael Granger's LightBox Photographic Gallery in Oregon and to the Juror Christa Blackwood for including me not only in their exhibition, The Photographic Nude 2018, , but for being included as part of the exhibit in both Blur Magazine and to PDN online, both this spring
This exhibit is dedicated in Memory of Ruth Bernhard and her Creative Spirit.
Christa Blackwood is an acclaimed photo-based artist whose photographs of male nudes reference identity, photographic/art history and popular culture. Her works employ multiple techniques and methods fusing traditional, historical and alternative methods with contemporary ideas and practices. She has been featured in The New York Times, Art Desk Magazine, The Village Voice and The Chicago Sun Times and her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. and abroad.
February 10, 2018 - March 7, 2018
Opening Reception, Saturday, February 10th, from 6-9 pm
Thank you Paula Tognarelli for including my image “tip-toe” in the group exhibition Tree Talk at the Griffin Museum at Lafayette City Center in Boston
You like the so many trees you curated to be exhibited are a tower and source of strength , inspiration, and beauty.........
all these trees... like all the many photographers you have reviewed, supported and mentored... i am thrilled to be standing among this beautiful forest
Congratulations to All!
who doesn't have memories of images and memorabilia plasted all over their refrigerators......
when the Curated fridge begain i fell in love with the concept immediately.. brilliance.. i love it... so i'm so happy to be included....
The latest refridgecurator, for the Winter 2018 Show, is J.Sybylla Smithindependent curator, teacher and consultant! Part artist, part academic, J. Sybylla Smith is equally compelled to create art as to examine its cultural significance.
Her diverse resume reflects over 25 years of curating fine art photography exhibitions with international photographers, bringing advertising campaigns and fashion editorials to fruition, and developing and teaching university curriculum, Concept Aware™, on creativity and concept development.
Her collaborations have led to lasting relationships with renowned galleries, museums, art fairs, advertising agencies, and international print publications. Smith’s current practice focuses on developing creative content for individual clients and organizations as a curator, portfolio reviewer/creator, editor, brand developer, educator and speaker.
Sorry i could not make it to the opening.. but lucky me i just landed in Paris...
i hope it’s a good showing for all!
4th Open Call Exhibition
Jurored by Julie Grahame
Exhibit on view: October 12 – November 3
Opening reception: October 19, 5:00 to 9:00pm
With a healthy number of spots available in the show, and no over-arching theme binding the entrants, I was able to choose a wonderful variety of photographs for the exhibition of the 4th Open Call for the Providence Center for Photographic Arts. One gets very consumed by both the edit and then how the images will work together overall. Looking across the more than 1,000 images, I really wanted to include portraits, nature, abstracts, interesting processes, collage – and a little bit of politics. I tend to have quite traditional taste in photography, but I like to be challenged by innovative post-production as seen in a couple of the chosen pieces. It is also important to me to show that an artist need not necessarily stray far from home to make good work, and I think that comes across strongly.
We all see and take so many images every single day, but we are not all photographers. Congratulations to the winners, and commiserations to those with images not chosen, some of which I really struggled with.
Providence Center for Photographic Arts (PCPA) is pleased to announce the accepted entries selected by Julie Grahame, juror.
Om Acron, “Self (cement)”
Norman Aragones, “Distorted Generation”
Norman Aragones, “Self-Medicating”
Roger Archibald, “Fossilized”
Carson Barnes, “Ester Piaggio of Genoa at 32, 1883”
David Bartlett, “Bison”
Amy Becker, “Emile”
Jody Brown, “The Manicure”
Bill Clark, “Desire”
Darron Copeland, “The Battle”
Robert Creighton, “Canticle #9”
Robert Creighton, “Canticle #1”
Ben Cricchi, “Elaine Passalacqua”
Francis Crisafio, “HOLDUP in the HOOD”
Virgil DiBiase, “Dog Show 1”
Virgil DiBiase, “Cat Show”
Virgil DiBiase, “Santa Fe, NM”
Nina Doran, “Untitled 5”
Traci Edwards, “Joshua Tree #1216”
Diane Fenster, “A Moment in the Glass”
Wm Daniel File, “As I Recall”
Charles Finsterbush, “Flaming Deadpool”
Brian Fouhy, “Stay Wild”
Patricia Fournier, “Kasbah”
Oliver Frohner, “Grado, 2017”
Mark Genovese, “Magic-Cube Exposed”
Danielle Goldstein, “Curious”
Carole Goodwin, “Meaghan & Shelby 160”
Jayne Guertin, “Hannah’s Girl”
John Hovermale, “Frances”
Jerrie Hurd, “Suspended Swimmer”
Leslie Jean-Bart, “Anticipation”
Robert Johnson, “Untitled”
Michael Joseph, “Eramis”
Marky Kauffmann, “Queen Anne’s Lace”
Richard Kent, “HC Rd,Sign #4, 5X”
Jung Kim, “Circle III: Go and Stop #15 Kissing with My Lovely Pig”
Frank Krasicki, “Polymath”
Susan Lapides, “Eleanor, age 6”
Toby MacLennan, “The Blue Slip”
Giorgio Majno, “Ilice du Carrinu”
Brian Malloy, “Grand Central”
Joycelyn Meade, “GOOD NIGHT”
Ralph Mercer, “Dialectics, Untitled 14 (torso)”
Rebecca Moseman, “The Leaves”
Rebecca Moseman, “Alex, with Collar”
Aude Pailhas Apard, “Fleur et eau-chapitre 2-03”
Ave Pildas, “Hollywood Hive”
Parker Reinecker, “Store Front, Tucumcari, New Mexico”
Gordon Saperia, “Moonrise during the Midnight Sun”
Andi Schreiber, “Growth”
Wil Scott, “Red Nude”
Geralyn Shukwit, “Vilma and Lourdes”
Hali Sowle, “Blue Jeans in a cup”
Stephen Spiller, “Beauty”
Stephen Spiller, “Race”
Jack Straton, “Lark Ascending in moonlight”
Lyn Sullivan, “Wall of Emotion”
Jerry Takigawa, “Yes. Yes.”
Jerry Takigawa, “Possession of Navigational Charts of Monterey Bay”
Deborah Tharp, “Cosmic Decoder”
John VanDewerker, “Sky Break”
Sloane Volpe, “Trace”
Sandra Chen Weinstein, “Angela”
About the Juror, Julie Grahame
Julie Grahame is the publisher of aCurator.com, a full-screen photography magazine, and the associated aCurator blog, one of the ten best photo sites named by the British Journal of Photography and one of Life.com’s top 20. She has represented the estate of Yousuf Karsh for licensing for 12 years. Grahame is a consultant, portfolio reviewer, writer and speaker. She is a member of American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP) and American Photography Archive Group (APAG); judges photography for various non-profits, and is a contributing writer for PDN’s Emerging Photographer and EDU magazines. In 2013 she helped launch a new website dedicated to architectural photography, as well as working a spell as associate director for ClampArt, a gallery in New York. In a former life, she ran the Retna photo firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Margaret Camera 10thEdition
Winner - photographic figure and nude
Opening October 2017
Thanks to A Smith Gallery for including me in their “Summertime” exhibition.
One of my most favorite times of the year to shoot.... when people are more care-free... letting go of the tension and inhibitions of the regular year....... ironic..... my photo is “head in the sand”....
Juror | Sandrine Hermand-Grisel
Exhibition dates | June 16 to July 30, 2017
Reception | June 24 and July 29, 2017 both from 4 to 8pm
Thanks so much to juror, Hamidah Glasgow for acceptig me into this exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography... i am truly honored and humbled....
it’s a space i’ve always wanted to be ....not only bc of the wonderful shows and work that is done there.. but bc Paula Tognarelli is at the helm..... a person i admire, and think truly has the back of photographers... ushering, mentoring them on as they try to make a path... as does Hamidah Glasgowthe juror, whom i equally admire for all she does for the Center For Fine Art Photography... a place i have been fortunate enough to have exhibited for several group portrait shows since 2006...... two wonderful women who work hard and tirelessly ... so im grateful and look forward . Thank you
A philosopher once wrote “The face is the soul of the body”. While one might not agree with the implications of that statement, a person’s facial expressions are a reflection of their personality whether or not they are aware of it. As photographers, we are more or less successful at capturing the essence of a person in a single photo.
Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:20 July 17
Artists' Reception:5 August 17 16:00
Exhibit Closes:13 August 17
It’s redundant to say that faces are pictured everywhere now that digital media and the internet put literally billions of images in front of us every day. And yet the oversaturation created by social media and selfies has made it, if anything, more difficult to create an image that goes to the essence of the subject. The existence of facial recognition software and the consequent loss of personal boundaries may contribute to a guardedness that makes emotional expression feel even more threatening. Thus the challenge to the photographer is to establish a rapport that creates openness. This can even apply in self portraiture.
The purpose of this exhibition is to reveal the emotion, intelligence, passion, character, and immense variety expressed in the human face. Whether your métier is the self portrait or photographing others, we’d like to see your work.
Friday | February 17 | 6:00-8:00
JUROR | Karen Marks
Karen Marks has been Director of Howard Greenberg Gallery for over 15 years. In that time she has organized countless exhibitions, curated international art fairs and edited many publications. She is also an active board member of Association of International Photography Art Dealers. Karen Marks has been working in the world of fine art photography since her graduation from the School of Visual Arts in 1984. Starting as a junior specialist in the photography department at Swann Galleries, since then she has worked in both public and private galleries, advising private clients and working closely with public institutions. She has juried numerous competitions and is called upon frequently as a portfolio reviewer for many programs.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
Founded in 2004 by photographers, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) photography organization. We provide support to photographic artists through exhibition, promotion, portfolio reviews, publication, education and connection to a large community of other artists, curators, gallery owners and photographic professionals. Open Tues-Sat, Free.
Mar. 7 – Apr. 6, 2014
Apr. 4, 2014 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Director’s Honorable Mention
Juror, AMY ARBUS
Photographer Amy Arbus has published five books, including the award winning On the Street 1980-1990 and The Inconvenience of Being Born. The New Yorker called The Fourth Wall her masterpiece. Her most recent, After Images, is homage to modernism’s most iconic avant-garde paintings. Her advertising clients include Chiat/Day, Foote, Cone and Belding, American Express, Saatchi & Saatchi, SpotCo, New Line Cinema and Nickelodeon. Her photographs have appeared in over one hundred periodicals around the world, including New York Magazine, People, Aperture and The New York Times Magazine. She teaches portraiture at the International Center of Photography, NORDphotography, Anderson Ranch and The Fine Arts Work Center. Amy Arbus is represented by The Schoolhouse Gallery in Massachusetts. She has had twenty-five solo exhibitions worldwide, and her photographs are a part of the collection of The National Theater in Norway, The New York Public Library and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
HONORS | AWARDS
With selection for this exhibition, the artists are invited to join C4FAP on the reception weekend for review with the juror Amy Arbus, portfolio share and an artists’ lunch at C4FAP. An international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and other advocates of fine art photography will view the chosen artist’s work throughout the exhibition. Each participant is included in the Center’s Main Gallery exhibition in Fort Collins, Colorado and Online Gallery exhibition. In order to be included in the online gallery or to receive an award, you must participate in the gallery exhibition. All chosen artists will be included in the exhibition catalog.