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John Chervinsky

John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship – Griffin Museum of Photography

Application Guidelines About the Scholarship The John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship seeks to recognize, encourage and reward photographers with the potential to create a body of work and sustain solo exhibitions. Awarded annually, the Scholarship provides...
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Todd Hido’s “Bright Black World” at Bruce Silverstein, New York

Bruce Silverstein Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in the Chelsea section of Manhattan, New York City specializing in photography. In conjunction with the artist’s newest forthcoming publication, Bright Black World, Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present Todd...
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A Beautifully Nostalgic Photo Series on Expired Library Books | Architectural Digest

Photographer Kerry Mansfield shows old, well-worn library books with titles ranging from Charlotte’s Web and Madeline in London to the Babar series Text by Elizabeth Stamp Photography by Kerry Mansfield Reading a book can often be a solitary venture. But reading a library book is...
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saw mills #1, lagos, nigeria, 2016 image by edward burtynsky | courtesy of metivier gallery, toronto

edward burtynsky captures the ‘human signature’ of the proposed new anthropocene era

the controversy surrounding the end of the holocene and the beginning of this new ‘human epoch’ sparked burtynsky’s ‘anthropocene project.’ this fall, the canadian photography institute of the national gallery of canada and the art gallery of ontario...
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Louisiana Channel

A great video of 11 artists on photography from the Louisiana Channel

From Louisianan Channel: “We are so oversaturated with images, so it’s about one question: Can I hold you – can I get you to look at an image for longer than a second?” Watch Catherine Opie, Wim Wenders, Jeff Wall and 8 other artists on the power and potential of...
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The Print Center’s 93rd ANNUAL International Competition deadline June 12th

CALL FOR ENTRIES The Print Center is very pleased to announce the 93rd ANNUAL International Competition juried by José Diaz and Lisa Sutcliffe. Diaz is the Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. Lisa Sutcliffe is the Curator of Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee...
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An-My Lê, The Silent General: Fragment II, Fourth of July, Party Boat, Bayou St. John, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017

This Land, a Photo Exhibition at Pier 24 Opens June 1st

This Land June 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019 This Land focuses on work made throughout the United States within the past decade. The photographers assembled here examine aspects of the country’s current social climate, from the mundane to the politicized. The exhibition’s title...
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What to Consider Before You Pitch Your Photo Book | PDN Online

Five experienced editors and publishers on what photographers should consider before they pitch a photo book to publishers. By Conor Risch This is an exciting time for photography book publishing. Digital printing has lowered the costs and other barriers to self-publishing, and...
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Bieke Depoorter

7 Young Artists Making a Big Impression at Photo London | artnet News

The Belgian photographer Bieke Depoorter was only 25 years old when she joined the Magnum photography collective. by Javier Pes Classic images by the big beasts of photography are on show—and sale—at Photo London, the fourth edition of which opens to the public today, May 17, at...
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Roger Ballen: Ballenesque Interview at ASX

“Archetypal symbols from the human subconscious dominate my imagery.” By Brad Feuerhelm I chose to reference a modern psychological house or hotel of horrors in which to situate this interview with Roger. I did not feel that I could express the way his work infects my thoughts by...
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