ART & OPPRESSION CENTER and the Santa Fe University of Art & Design’s Marion Center for Photographic Arts will host an exhibition and discussion on the theme of Art & Oppression to kick off PhotoSummer’s 2017 events. We invite you to submit your images and participate in the upcoming events surrounding photography’s important role in activism and […]
The 2017 edition of FORMAT, the UK’s largest photography festival will explore the theme of HABITAT.
An upcoming exhibition featuring images made with 127 format film or cameras is being hosted by J.M. Golding – please see the post at the website: http://127film.blogspot.com/ The deadline is coming up quick (February 27, 2017) – All types of 127 film format are welcome, whether the film began its life as 127, or you used 35 […]
Exhibit review by contributor Patrick Collier – Blake Andrews at Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR – June 2016 I’ve known about Blake Andrews for many years. He is a force to be reckoned with in the world of photography, particularly because of his minimally titled blog, B. Steeped in the history of and a dialog about […]
Photographer and writer Mandy Williams attended this year’s Paris Photo exposition, and had a special interest in viewing works from galleries that were owned by, or whose directors are women. As a special contribution to Wobneb Magazine this month, Williams presents her experience and particular works of note. She found the artists’ desire to expand the definitions […]
A big congratulations to British photographer Niall McDiarmid on his gallery exhibition from now through Oct. 14th. The show contains images from his long-term and ongoing project of making portraits of people throughout the UK. For more info, or if you are in Wales in the coming month: http://orielcolwyn.org/british-portraits/ To read the in-depth interview Niall […]
Malcolm Lightner’s work, as seen here from his new book, Mile O’Mud, will be shown at the New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery through the end of May. Watch for my upcoming review of Mile O’ Mud – as I slog through his images of Florida mud racing culture and portraits of the people connected to it. […]
Ralph Eugene Meatyard American, 1925 – 1972 Untitled, 1970 Gelatin silver print 9 1/2 × 11 1/2 in. (24.1 × 29.1 cm.) Lent by University of Louisville Photographic Archives Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky Dates: March 12 – July 17, 2016 Location: Temporary Exhibitions Gallery, South Building South gallery Curated by: Elizabeth Reilly and Marcy […]