New York Now: Home – A Photography Triennial

2023-03-10 – 2023-04-04 · United States
New York Now: Home – A Photography Triennial

The Museum of the City of New York is pleased to announce the first in an ongoing series of triennial photography exhibitions that will engage themes and issues of the contemporary city. The first installment will examine the idea of “Home.” At its most practical, “Home” refers to the literal places we dwell. Yet it can also stand for family, or the communities of which we choose to be a part. This vital and complex concept arises in often surprising ways in our urban context, from highly personal experiences to debates over public policy. This exhibition aims to look at how artists have responded to and interpreted these issues.

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    2022-09-21 – 2023-02-15 · United States
    Fine Bright Day

    ALICE AUSTEN (1866 –1942) was one of America’s earliest and most prolific female photographers. This exhibition examines the range of Austen’s photography and specifically inserts her into a contemporary context as the modern woman she was. 22 newly printed photographs are paired, and accompanied by interpretive text by leading scholars, artists and activists from the LGBTQ+ and allied community.

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  • 30 Years of Lomography

    2022-11-23 – 2023-11-23
    30 Years of Lomography

    In November 1992, the Lomography story began in the grand-old city of Vienna, Austria. We’re now 30 years old and are proud to be an eccentric, free, enthusiastic, creative, experimental, social, wonderful Lomography Community, uniting millions of analogue admirers from around the world who are keen to help us keep film photography alive. Get ready for a full year of birthday celebrations, the experimentation must go on!

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  • The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    2022-11-25 – 2023-03-31 · Madagascar
    The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection

    HAKANTO CONTEMPORARY, Antananarivo, Madagascar is pleased to present The Spirit of Revue Noire: A Founding Collection, a survey of works from the collection of African publication RevueNoire. Running from November 25, 2022, to March 31, 2023, the exhibition features over 140 photographs by nearly 30 international photographers, bringing the important international collection to Madagascan audiences for the first time. Revisiting the quarterly publication, it reflects on Revue Noire’s inspirational and influential vision. The exhibition highlights the vital role that photography plays in deciphering and accentuating the diversity of contemporary practices across the continent.

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  • NYC-SPC Crit Meeting #86 Hosted by Zach Cabanas and Jorge Garcia

    2023-02-16 · United States
    NYC-SPC Crit Meeting #86 Hosted by Zach Cabanas and Jorge Garcia

    Join NYC-SPC for a guided conversation about your work with NYC-SPC member Zach Cabanas and NYC-SPC Director Jorge Garcia. This is a great opportunity to meet members of the street photography community while discussing work critically. Meetings give individuals the chance to share work, experiences, techniques, and whatever else helps people advance as street photographers.

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  • San Jose February Photo Walk

    2023-02-19 · United States
    San Jose February Photo Walk

    SJ Photo Walk (@sjphotowalk on Instagram) will be having their monthly photo walk on February 19th. The group will be meeting at Roy’s Station Coffee in Japantown, San Jose. The walk will be from 1 pm to 3 pm. There will be giveaways as well! Tell a friend, bring a friend! Good Vibes ONLY!

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  • NYC-SPC Presents Camera Work: Alice Arnold

    2023-02-21 · United States
    NYC-SPC Presents Camera Work: Alice Arnold

    Alice Arnold is a documentary media maker and educator. She creates, edits, designs and photographs projects that explore the urban environment and visual culture – from street art to advertising and from sidewalks to electric signs. Her films are in the collections of university libraries throughout the United States and have screened at MoMA and other festivals. She is a NYFA Photography Fellow, a Fulbright Fellow in film and an Adjunct Professor at the City University of New York. She recently published “Goldie Timeless” (Cafe Royal Books), a small photo book about a drum n' bass event in 1995.

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    2023-03-03 · United States

    Welcome to the fifth edition of the BYOB/W FREE WORKSHOP in non-toxic processing at the GOWANUS DARKROOM. Join us FRIDAY MARCH 3RD to learn how to process your black and white film using beer and coffee – Super 8 mm, 16 mm, 35 mm, Medium Format, 4" x 5", 70 mm, ALL AGES + ALL FORMATS WELCOME! Everyone who attends will learn how to mix their own negative processing chemistry using a combination of consumable items from the grocery store. We’ll go over basic non-toxic processing options, then mix a synthesized solution created by Chris Knudsen and Steve Cossman based on the classic Caffenol (coffee) recipe and a beer processing “soup” developed by a friend of the org (and master chemist) Dagie Brundert. All ingredients, equipment, and safety gear will be provided – Bring Your Own Black & White as an exposed roll/cartridge of black and white film, still or moving images. We will also have film dryers, light tables, and projectors. SCANNING FOR ALL FORMATS AVAILABLE from Gowanus Darkroom and MONO NO AWARE.

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  • MONO NO AWARE: Color Photograms on 35 mm Motion Picture Film

    2023-03-04 · United States
    MONO NO AWARE: Color Photograms on 35 mm Motion Picture Film

    Join us in creating full-color moving image photograms on 35 mm film through traditional methods and DIY contact printing techniques! Participants will generate test strips with multiple color filters and have the option to layer photographic images using sync-blocks to bi-pack original footage with color positive stock. We’ll arrange, expose, develop and view work all in the same afternoon. Each participant will receive 50 of 35 mm film stock, access to chemistry, lab equipment, and safety gear. After completing tests and experiments as a collective group each participant will have 4 additional hours of access to the darkroom and wet lab facilities to create their own unique moving image photogram. Finished projects will be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party at Anthology Film Archives.

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  • Milano Sunday Photo

    2023-03-05 · Italy
    Milano Sunday Photo

    Milano Sunday Photo is the first market dedicated to photography in Milan. It is an innovative event, in which the stands act as a convivial trait d’union between the public and authors and that features exhibition from different authors, artists, photographers, and all those involved in the fantastic world of digital and analogue photography.

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