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Kinosaki International Arts Center in Japan

Residency, Commission, and Open Application Opportunities in May and June compiled by Creative Capital

By Alex Teplitzky for Creative Capital Every month we compile a list of residencies, grant and award opportunities, and exhibition open calls for artists, writers, musicians, composers, and curators. Writers who write about contemporary visual art should apply for the Creative...
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All Photographs Copyright Joel Meyerowitz

Half A Century Of Making Photographs: A Conversation With Joel Meyerowitz

By Michael Ernest Sweet Joel Meyerowitz requires little introduction. He is a living legend in street photography. Beginning with his pioneering of color street photography, more accurately color photography in general, Meyerowitz has innovated and trail blazed his way through...
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(Helen Levitt/Film Documents LLC, courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne)

A nostalgic look at New York’s subway through the eyes of legendary photographer Helen Levitt

A new book highlights candid, sometimes clandestine photos of New York subway denizens in the 1930s and 1970s. By Kenneth Dickerman New York is one of the most photographed cities in the world. It is a city that is full of energy and characters that creative types of all kinds...
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Image copyright David Hurn / Magnum Photos Image caption Bill Jay with some students on one of his photographic workshops

The Photographic Life of Bill Jay in a new film, Do Not Bend

By Grant Scott for BBC A new film, Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay, is about to premiere in Bristol. It explores the life of Bill Jay, one of the most influential figures in British photography. Grant Scott, lecturer and writer and one of the film’s editors...
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A Garry Winogrand photograph taken in Portland, Ore., in 1964. Credit Photograph by Garry Winogrand. From Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona

The Magic of Books Where Photography Meets Essays

On facing pages, text and image can be brought into intimate conversation. On Photography By GEOFF DYER APRIL 18, 2018 Design-wise, the most famous collaboration between a writer and a photographer did not end up looking like much of a collaboration at all. Walker Evans...
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Image by Robert Calafiore

Center Forward 2018 Call for Entry and Gallery Exhibition is Currently Open for Submissions!

International Call for Entries | Center Forward 2018 Please LOG INTO OR CREATE YOUR FREE ACCOUNT to begin the submission process. Or open step-by-step SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS HERE For the past seven years Center Forward has featured the best images in contemporary photography and...
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Thomas Ruff (German, born 1958), w.h.s. 10, 2001. Chromogenic print, 75 x 94 ½ inches. Collection of George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, courtesy David Zwirner Gallery, New York/London/ Hong Kong. © 2018 Thomas Ruff.

The Parrish Contrasts How Different Photographers Portray Architecture

Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture features famous photographers past and present, from Ezra Stoller and Berenice Abbott, to Iwan Baan and Andreas Gursky. Jane Levere Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture at the Parrish Art Museum features...
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100 vintage Jan Groover photographs on view at Janet Borden Inc.

JAN GROOVER HARTFORD AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS 5 APRIL – 15 MAY 2018 Janet Borden, Inc. is pleased to present JAN GROOVER: HARTFORD AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS, a selective survey of Groover’s work. The exhibition will run from 5 April – 15 May. An amazing trove of 100 vintage Jan Groover...
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David Maisel, The Lake Project 15, 2001, printed 2015. Inkjet print. Courtesy David Maisel and Yancey Richardson Gallery, NY/Haines Gallery, San Francisco/Ivorypress Gallery, Madrid © David Maisel.

New Territory: Landscape Photography Today | Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum June 24, 2018 – September 16, 2018 Hamilton Building – Level 2 Included in general admission Purchase general admission tickets online. New Territory: Landscape Photography Today is a survey of contemporary landscape photography from around the world. The...
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© Susan Meiselas/Magnum

Susan Meiselas: On Motivation, Her Legacy and the Future of Photojournalism | PDN Online

As a new, traveling retrospective honors Susan Meiselas’s work, she speaks to PDN about the evolution of her approach to her subjects, mixing personal and assignment work, and providing opportunities to the next generation. By Sarah Stacke A member of Magnum Photos since...
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