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Hello Everyone,

If you were at our January meeting, you'd remember our speaker Susan Magnano and her amazing photography. 

She has a very limited time offer (through tomorrow evening) on upcoming workshops. 

Lightroom Boot Camp - February 8th-9th (Originally $1000 - NOW $500)
Death Valley Experience  - March 1st-5th (Originally $2250 - NOW $1125)
Moab Adventure -  March 18th-22nd (Originally $2250 - NOW $1125)

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Art on Paper | 2020 Exhibitors | Your VIP Pass

Barbara Nelson 1
 

Another Art Fair to put in calendar - I always go - some photos and other interesting art.
Barbara Nelson
www.barbaranelson.com

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Art on Paper
New York
Mar 5—8, 2020

Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan's Pier 36 from March 5—8, 2020for the fair's anticipated sixth edition. Featuring 95 top galleries presenting the best in modern and contemporary paper-based art, Art on Paper demonstrates the diversity of its medium with signifiant projects exploring, expanding, and re-imaging what a work on paper can be. 

To learn more about Art on Paper's 2020 edition, visit thepaperfair.com
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Exhibitor List

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3walls Brooklyn

A

AbsolutArt.com Stockholm | New York
AC Contemporary Art Buenos Aires
Addison Rowe Gallery Santa Fe
Alida Anderson Art Projects Washington D.C.
Alpha 137 Gallery New York
ALZUETA GALLERY Barcelona
AroundSpace Gallery Shanghai
Art Bond NY Brooklyn
Art Mora New Jersey | Seoul | Phnom Penh
Aspinwall Editions New York
Axiom Contemporary Santa Monica

B

Beaux-Arts des Amériques Montréal
BERTRAND PRODUCTIONS Philadelphia
BigTown Gallery Rochester
Black Diamond Gallery Brooklyn

C

Center Street Studio Milton Village
CENTRAL BOOKING Brooklyn
C.G. Boerner New York | Dusseldorf
Childs Gallery Boston

D

Danese/Corey New York
David Lusk Gallery Memphis | Nashville
Dieu Donné Brooklyn
Dolan/Maxwell Philadelphia
Donghwa Odé Gallery Englewood Cliffs

E

Eckert Fine Art Kent
Electric Works San Francisco
Ellen Miller Gallery Boston
Ellipsis Art New York
Emmanuelle G. Contemporary Art Greenwich

F

F.L. Braswell Fine Art Chicago
Forum Gallery New York
frosch&portmann New York

G

Galerie PICI New York | Seoul
galleryFRITZ Santa Fe
Gallery G-77 Kyoto
Gallery Jones Vancouver
Garvey | Simon New York
Gary Lichtenstein Editions Jersey City
Gold/scopophilia* Montclair

H

Hathaway Gallery Atlanta
Heather Gaudio Fine Art New Canaan
hpgrp gallery New York | Tokyo

J

Janknegt Gallery Laren
Jerald Melberg Gallery Charlotte
JVS Project Space New York

K

K. Imperial Fine Art San Francisco
Katharina Rich Perlow Fine Arts New York
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts New York

L

LewAllen Galleries Santa Fe
LewAllen Galleries: Forrest Moses Santa Fe
Lower East Side Girls Club New York

M

M Contemporary Art Ferndale
Manifold Editions London
Michele Mariaud Gallery New York
Muriel Guépin Gallery New York

N

Nancy Hoffman Gallery New York
Nil Gallery Paris

O

Opera Gallery Editions Miami | Paris | Singapore

P

Pan American Art Projects Miami
Paradigm Gallery + Studio Philadelphia
Pigment Gallery Barcelona

Q

QingYunGe Gallery Changzhou City

R

Rebecca Hossack Gallery London
Richard Levy Gallery Albuquerque
Richard Norton Gallery Chicago
RoFa Projects Potomac

S

SEIZAN Gallery New York
Spanierman Modern Miami Beach
STOA Gallery Málaga
Stoney Road Press Dublin
Sugarlift New York

T

TAG Fine Arts London
Tamarind Institute Albuquerque
Tandem Press Madison
The Heliotrope Foundation Brooklyn
The Tolman Collection New York

U

Uprise Art New York
Upsilon Gallery New York
Upstream Gallery Hastings-on-Hudson

V

Vellum Projects Brooklyn
Verne Collection Cleveland
Vertu Fine Art Boca Raton
Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Arts New York
Vincent Vallarino Fine Art New York
VIVIANEART Alberta

W

Walter Wickiser Gallery New York
William Shearburn Gallery St. Louis
Wook + Lattuada Gallery New York

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Re: New ICP Visit

Babs Armour
 

Thanks Lynne for the information about the new ICP and am glad to hear that it's better than the Bowery version. I loved the two first museums so look forward to seeing #4. 
Babs Armour




 



On Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 2:29 PM Lynne <lynne@...> wrote:
Just wanted to let everyone know I visited the new ICP on Essex Street this morning and you will find it quite different and a big improvement over the Bowery space.
They are still finalizing a lot of things i.e. cafe, classrooms etc., but there are two exhibits up on the second floor.
One is on Hip Hop which showed some dramatic photographs telling a story and the other which I really enjoyed was entitled , “I Can Make You Feel Good" by artist Tyler Mitchell.
Because it was so early I happened to be lucky enough to meet the artist as he was looking and photographing his exhibit.
I won't tell you too much about it, but try and go at an off hour as there is an area for contemplation. There are some videos to go along with the photographs.
The bookstore area is extension and accessible. There are photographs for their archives along the balcony areas.
The staff is welcoming.
The museum structure itself is still industrial, but the exhibition area has more room not only for moving around, but for the photographs to be shown with plenty of air and space.
No nooks and crannies like on the Bowery.
We must give it a chance and support moving forward. It has certainly come along way from upper Fifth Avenue.
Lynne R. Cashman

Re: New ICP Visit

Linette Kielinski
 

Thanks for the note Lynne! I live in Philly and have been wanting to check out the space and show. Also, pretty awesome you got to meet Tyler Mitchell! If I recall correctly he was the first black photographer to land the cover of Vogue when he photographed Beyoncé. He’s a super talented photographer. I would have loved to meet him!

Kindly,
Linette Kielinski
Kielinski.com

Re: New ICP Visit

marisol marisoldiaz.com
 

Thank you for your insight. I look forward to heading over and seeing the show.

Sincerely,

Marisol Díaz-Gordon
Adjunct Lecturer/Photojournalist 
347-524-3740
marisoldiaz.com



On Jan 24, 2020, at 2:29 PM, Lynne <lynne@...> wrote:

Just wanted to let everyone know I visited the new ICP on Essex Street this morning and you will find it quite different and a big improvement over the Bowery space.
They are still finalizing a lot of things i.e. cafe, classrooms etc., but there are two exhibits up on the second floor.
One is on Hip Hop which showed some dramatic photographs telling a story and the other which I really enjoyed was entitled , “I Can Make You Feel Good" by artist Tyler Mitchell.
Because it was so early I happened to be lucky enough to meet the artist as he was looking and photographing his exhibit.
I won't tell you too much about it, but try and go at an off hour as there is an area for contemplation. There are some videos to go along with the photographs.
The bookstore area is extension and accessible. There are photographs for their archives along the balcony areas.
The staff is welcoming.
The museum structure itself is still industrial, but the exhibition area has more room not only for moving around, but for the photographs to be shown with plenty of air and space.
No nooks and crannies like on the Bowery.
We must give it a chance and support moving forward. It has certainly come along way from upper Fifth Avenue.
Lynne R. Cashman

Re: New ICP Visit

Lynne
 

Just wanted to let everyone know I visited the new ICP on Essex Street this morning and you will find it quite different and a big improvement over the Bowery space.
They are still finalizing a lot of things i.e. cafe, classrooms etc., but there are two exhibits up on the second floor.
One is on Hip Hop which showed some dramatic photographs telling a story and the other which I really enjoyed was entitled , “I Can Make You Feel Good" by artist Tyler Mitchell.
Because it was so early I happened to be lucky enough to meet the artist as he was looking and photographing his exhibit.
I won't tell you too much about it, but try and go at an off hour as there is an area for contemplation. There are some videos to go along with the photographs.
The bookstore area is extension and accessible. There are photographs for their archives along the balcony areas.
The staff is welcoming.
The museum structure itself is still industrial, but the exhibition area has more room not only for moving around, but for the photographs to be shown with plenty of air and space.
No nooks and crannies like on the Bowery.
We must give it a chance and support moving forward. It has certainly come along way from upper Fifth Avenue.
Lynne R. Cashman

PWP - gallery tour February 20, 2020

Barbara Nelson 1
 


Returning to the Lower East Side - now the new home for many galleries as Chelsea and others are losing their leases due to real estate development.  ICP has officially opened their new permanent location at 79 Essex Street 

Gallery tour in the Lower East Side where there are now some 150 galleries (Many migrated from Brooklyn and the Chelsea/Tribeca art scene).  Still the essence of early days of New York City emigrants and famous photographers who documented all.

 Lead by Claudia Sohrens
  

DATE: Thursday, February 20. 2020 

TIME: Noon - 3:00 PM

Maximum 10 people
Fee:  $45.00 members.  $55.00 non-members
We will meet at a location on the Lower East Side (location will be sent to those registered)

To hold reservation, forward check payable to PWP (Professional Women Photographers)
 Barbara Nelson
340 Haven Avenue  #3J
New York, New York 10033



Claudia Sohrens is a German-born visual artist and educator, who lives and works in New York. Sohrens received a BFA in Communications Design from IN.D, in Hamburg, and an MA in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School in Switzerland, where she is currently a PhD candidate. She is faculty in the Full-Time General Studies Program at the International Center of Photography, in the Photography Department at Parsons The New School for Design and in the Communications Design Department at Pratt Institute.She is the recipient of several artist grants, such as the 2010 NYFA fellowship in Photography; she participated in artist residencies, for example at the Bronx Museum in New York. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Bronx Museum, the Brooklyn Museum and at the Artists Space in New York, as well as international art venues and festivals, such as the Electronic Language Festival in Sao Paulo, the Project Space at Kunsthalle Wien, KW – the Institut for Contemporary Art in Berlin, as well as, Kampnagel KX in Hamburg. Her latest project Mise En Abyme: Archive, has fiscal sponsorship through NYFA http://artspire.org/DirectoryDetail/tabid/95/id/1142/Default.aspx

Barbara Nelson, long time PWP member, produces the professional workshops and seminars for PWP.  Photographer, journalist, producer of workshops and seminars for the visual arts community.  Member PWP, WICI, ASMP.  www.barbaranelson.com


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NYC4PA - 3 DAYS LEFT - 'WATER"

Maddi Ring
 


Don't forget - PWP discount code listed on the PWP website.


New York Center for Photographic Art
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NEWSWORTHY AT NYC4PA
 - SECONDARY COLORS  images are in GALLERIES on the website and the catalog is available at www.blurb.com.
 - ARTEXPO 2020 - still a few spots left.  E mail us for more information
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 WATER 2019 
 
NEW YORK CENTER

FOR

PHOTOGRAPHIC ART

 
 

International Juried Call for Entry

 

JUROR:  MARK SINK

CO-FOUNDER Museum of Contemporary Art - Denver, Colorado


DEADLINE:  JANUARY 26, 2020
Midnight - Pacific Time

- Online Gallery - Catalog - $3,000 in cash awards

New York Gallery Show

 
   $35 entry for 3 images - $10 each additional image 


                      
WATER
 
 "Water water everywhere..... "   "Don't water it down."
 
Water, all around us, is an essential part of our lives. How do you capture water in a photograph? Is it glistening droplets from a polar bear shaking itself off, a surfer caught in the curl, or a boat gently gliding down a river. Teardrops, raindrops, dew drops .... ice floes, waterfalls, rapids and serene lakes . The list goes on. Black and white, color, abstract - all mediums are welcome. 




                                         
                
                     
EXHIBITION AND AWARDS:
There will be 10 cash prizewinners, 15 Juror Selections and 20 Honorable Mentions
 
CASH PRIZES
Grand Prize: One photographer will receive $750.  The image will be featured on the home page of the NYC4PA website.
First Prize: 3 photographers will receive $300.
Second Prize: 3 photographers will receive $250.
Third Prize: 3 photographers will receive $200.

NYC GALLERY EXHIBITION
All Cash Prize winner and Juror Selection images are invited to be shown at an NYC4PA Exhibition.  Details will be included with the congratulatory Email.

 
ONLINE GALLERY, CATALOG and AWARD CERTIFICATE
All award winners will be included in both the online gallery and catalog and be presented with a certificate.


 
FOR FULL PROSPECTUS AND TO ENTER:

Please go to  www.nyc4pa.com  and click on WATER

 
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ARTSantaFe

July 16 -19, 2020


Santa Fe Community Convention Center 
 
NYC4PA is ready for ARTSantaFe registration.  E mail us at nyc4pa@... and we will forward specifics about costs, deposits, timing etc.  

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Photography has joined sculpture, painting, pastels etc. as a significant presence in the art world and at major art shows.  

After terrific shows in April 2019 in New York, and July 2019 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, NYC4PA has booked gallery space at both events in 2020. 

A limited number of photographers will have the opportunity to present their work at this event that attracts significant traffic including art collectors, decorators, publishers,  gallery owners, and sophisticated Santa Fe residents.
 
We have had sales at both 2019 events, and NYC4PA was presented with a show sponsors
SPOTLIGHT AWARD in at ARTEXPO April 2019 for our booth design and presentation.

Participants have the following to say about exhibiting with us;

Annette  (ARTEXPO NY 2018, ARTEXPO NY 2019, ARTsantafe 2019) - "I have worked with NYC4PA for a couple years and exhibited and sold my artwork with them at several different locations. The overall experience is outstanding and I can’t wait to exhibit with them again at Art Expo NY in 2020."

Scot (ARTEXPO NY 2019, ARTsantafe 2019) - "NYC4PA turned my Golden Dancer into a red dot!  Maddi and Patricia clearly make Art Fair visitors feel welcome to gaze and engage."                                                                                   
 
What we offer our participants:
 
1 – Exhibition space in a heavily trafficked area

2 – Promotion through NYC4PA and show sponsors 

3 - Curating, hanging

4 - NYC4PA representation in the booth at all times

5 - Collection of contact info for follow up with visitors that expressed interest in an artists work (provided to artist when the show closes).

6 - Handling of all sales, return ship.....



Hanging Space Pricing - in inches:

20x22  -     $800

44x22  -   $1500

20x48  -   $1500

44x48  -   $ 2800

 


 

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If you are using a Epson 4800 printer -- free supplies...Members@pwp.groups.i

Lynn
 


My Epson 4800 printer is no longer working.  

I have some unopened inks (2 photo black, and a matte black0, a black ink conversion ket, and an unused maintenance tank that 
I am happy to give to anyone who is using an Epson 4800 printer. 


Please email me if you are interested. 

Lynn Passy

Lpassy@...

virus alert

Barbara Nelson 1
 

Beware of email alerts regarding a delivery of mail/packages from various services (Fed Ex, DHL, UPS and more)

If you cannot confirm that you are expecting a delivery - DO NOT OPEN. Many of them contain a virus. They replicate the format of what is usually emailed out as a courtesy to customers who are expecting something requested to be delivered. As our on-line purchases grows, so do the bad guys.
My anti-virus has blocked several in the recent days.

Barbara Nelson




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Midtown Exhibit

Diane
 

There is a lovely exhibit called 4 x 14  Four Vintage Photographs by Fourteen Women Photographers at the Keith de Lellis Gallery, 41 East 57th St, Suite 703 until January 31.   www.keithdelellisgallery.com

Re: Member Gallery - December 2019

Lynne
 

Thanks Fredda.
It looks great.
Lynne R. Cashman

Re: About inquiries

Beth
 

Welcome Lorraine! I look forward to meeting you at the next meeting!
Beth

On Thursday, January 16, 2020, 4:14:48 PM EST, Professional Women Photographers <vanettapwp@...> wrote:


Hello Lorraine,

Welcome to PWP! I’m happy to assist with your questions. 

Your message below is in effect you reaching out to the membership on Groups.io as you can post messages via email.

I’ll email you directly to set up a time to chat.

Vanetta
Co-Vice President
PWP Board of Directors

On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 3:48 PM Lorraine Piskin via Groups.Io <lorrainepiskin=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi:  

I’m a new member and I’m happy to be part of such a wide variety of talented people.  

I’ve noticed that there are a lot of people with specialties and disciplines that go beyond
just ‘photography' and I’d love to know how to reach out to people that might be 
helpful to my particular needs, such as, for starters, website design and integration
of slideshows and other graphic needs…

I would like to know how to get in touch with the person who organizes the monthly
meetings so that I can personally send a message to her.  

I’ve received an email that I’ve been added to the PWP Members and I can visit my 
group.  What is my group?  It also says I can read messages and post them here: 
https://PWP.groups.io/g/Members and when I click that link it brings me to this page below.

I’m wondering how this all works.  I don’t see where I can post a message on the page below.

Thank you for any help that will get my participation up and running!

Lorraine

Thank you,
Lorraine Piskin

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Vanetta Mayers
Co Vice President
Board of Directors
Professional Women Photographers, Inc

Re: About inquiries

Professional Women Photographers
 

Hello Lorraine,

Welcome to PWP! I’m happy to assist with your questions. 

Your message below is in effect you reaching out to the membership on Groups.io as you can post messages via email.

I’ll email you directly to set up a time to chat.

Vanetta
Co-Vice President
PWP Board of Directors

On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 3:48 PM Lorraine Piskin via Groups.Io <lorrainepiskin=mac.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi:  

I’m a new member and I’m happy to be part of such a wide variety of talented people.  

I’ve noticed that there are a lot of people with specialties and disciplines that go beyond
just ‘photography' and I’d love to know how to reach out to people that might be 
helpful to my particular needs, such as, for starters, website design and integration
of slideshows and other graphic needs…

I would like to know how to get in touch with the person who organizes the monthly
meetings so that I can personally send a message to her.  

I’ve received an email that I’ve been added to the PWP Members and I can visit my 
group.  What is my group?  It also says I can read messages and post them here: 
https://PWP.groups.io/g/Members and when I click that link it brings me to this page below.

I’m wondering how this all works.  I don’t see where I can post a message on the page below.

Thank you for any help that will get my participation up and running!

Lorraine

Thank you,
Lorraine Piskin

--
Vanetta Mayers
Co Vice President
Board of Directors
Professional Women Photographers, Inc

About inquiries

Lorraine Piskin
 

Hi:  

I’m a new member and I’m happy to be part of such a wide variety of talented people.  

I’ve noticed that there are a lot of people with specialties and disciplines that go beyond
just ‘photography' and I’d love to know how to reach out to people that might be 
helpful to my particular needs, such as, for starters, website design and integration
of slideshows and other graphic needs…

I would like to know how to get in touch with the person who organizes the monthly
meetings so that I can personally send a message to her.  

I’ve received an email that I’ve been added to the PWP Members and I can visit my 
group.  What is my group?  It also says I can read messages and post them here: 
https://PWP.groups.io/g/Members and when I click that link it brings me to this page below.

I’m wondering how this all works.  I don’t see where I can post a message on the page below.

Thank you for any help that will get my participation up and running!

Lorraine

Thank you,
Lorraine Piskin

Member Gallery - December 2019

Fredda Gordon
 

I hope everyone's year is off to a great start!!

The December 2019 Member Gallery has been posted. You can find it by going to the website and clicking the EXHIBITIONS tab in the menu. You can also click here.

Have a great 2020!
Fredda



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PWP Book Club - Announcement of Books for March and April

Irene
 

Hello All (again)!

 

Just wanted to let you all know that our book club has made selections for March and April. We will meet at the Metropolitan Opera Guild at 5 pm just prior to our February, March and April PWP regularly scheduled monthly meetings. You are all welcome to join our discussions!

 

For our March meeting, we will read 

Bluff City: The Secret Life of Photographer Ernest Withers

by Preston Lauterbach

From Amazon.com: The little-known story of an iconic photographer, whose work captured―and influenced―a critical moment in American history. Withers took some of the most legendary images of the 1950s and ’60s: Martin Luther King, Jr., riding a newly integrated bus in Montgomery, Alabama; Emmett Till’s uncle pointing an accusatory finger across the courtroom at one of his nephew’s killers; scores of African-American protestors, carrying a forest of signs reading "I am a man." But while he enjoyed unparalleled access to the inner workings of the civil rights movement, Withers was working as an informant for the FBI. In this gripping narrative history, Lauterbach examines the complicated forces that informed Withers’s seeming betrayal of the people he photographed. Bluff City grapples with the legacy of a man whose actions―and artistry―make him an enigmatic and fascinating American figure.

·      The New York Times Editors’ Choice (1/24/19)

·      “Lauterbach ... provides a... thoughtful analysis of Withers’s talent as a photographer.” – Clifford Thompson, Whiting Award-winner and author of Twin of BlacknessWall Street Journal

·      “… a fresh, balanced, and provocative exploration of the photographer’s life and controversial choices.” – Booklist

 

For our April meeting, we will read 

The Great Nadar: The Man Behind the Camera

by Adam Begley

From Amazon.com: A dazzling, stylish biography of a fabled Parisian photographer, adventurer, and pioneer. The first great portrait photographer, a pioneering balloonist, the first person to take an aerial photograph, and the prime mover behind the first airmail service, Nadar was one of the original celebrity artist-entrepreneurs. He knew everyone worth knowing and photographed them all, conferring on posterity psychologically compelling portraits of Manet, Sarah Bernhardt, Delacroix, Daumier and countless others—a priceless panorama of Parisian celebrity. The Great Nadar is a brilliant, lavishly illustrated biography of a larger-than-life figure, a visionary whose outsized talent and canny self-promotion put him way ahead of his time. Begley’s writing has appeared in the NYTs

·      The New York Times Editors’ Choice (7/13/17)

·    "Begley delivers a subtle accounting of Nadar's career as a photographer while reminding us of his subject's many other talents and exploits. . . . " —Dwight Garner, The New York Times

·      “The book is a pleasure to read, though one could almost buy it just for the pictures.” —Michael Dirda, The Washington Post

 

Note: PWP is an associate of Amazon.com. Please consider buying your book at Amazon.com.  To support PWP, use the Amazon.com link at pwponline.org (bottom of our Home page).

 

I look forward to our discussions!

 

Warm regards,

Irene

 

PWP Book Club - More Information About Our February Book Selection

Irene
 

Hi All!

 

I hope everyone is enjoying our book for our February PWP Book Club meeting. Just a reminder – on February 5th, at 5 pm (just prior to our February PWP regularly scheduled monthly meeting) we will discuss

Photo Work

Forty Photographers on Process and Practice

by Sasha Wood (Editor, Introduction)

 

In case you do not yet know, Photo Work is a collection of interviews by forty photographers about their approach to making photographs and a sustained body of work. Curator and lecturer Sasha Wolf had photographers (including established and emerging photographers – see the list below) answer a questionnaire regarding their creative processes. 

 

I thought you might want to know what she asked… so here are the questions each photographer answered in the book:

1.    What comes first for you: the idea for a project, or individual photographs that suggest a concept? 

2.    What are the key elements that must be present for you when you are creating a body of work? (Social commentary, strong form, personal connection, photographic reference…)

3.    Is the idea of a body of work important to you? How does it function in relation to making a great individual photograph?

4.    Do you have what you might call a “photographic style”?

5.    Where would you say your style falls on a continuum between completely intuitive and intellectually formulated?

6.    Assuming you now shoot in what you would consider your natural voice, have you ever wished your voice was different?

7.    How do you know when a body of work is finished?

8.    Have you ever had a body of work that was created in the editing process?

9.    Do you associate your work with a particular genre of photography? If yes, how would you define that genre?

10. Do you ever revisit a series that has already been exhibited or published to shoot more and add to it?

11. Do you ever revisit a series that has already been exhibited or published and reedit it?

12. Do you create with presentation in mind, be that a gallery show or a book?

 

Here is a list of the photographers who answered these twelve questions in Photo Work:

Robert Adams, Dawoud Bey, Alejandro Cartagena, Elinor Carucci, John Chiara, Kelli Connell, Lois Conner, Matthew Connors, Siân Davey, Doug DuBois, John Edmonds, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Paul Graham, Katy Grannan, Gregory Halpern, Curran Hatleberg, Todd Hido, Rinko Kawauchi, Peter Kayafas, Justine Kurland, Gillian Laub, John Lehr, Dana Lixenberg, Andrew Moore, Abelardo Morell, Zora Murff, Catherine Opie, Ed Panar, Matthew Pillsbury, Kristine Potter, Gus Powell, Richard Renaldi, Sasha Rudensky, Lise Sarfati, Bryan Schutmaat, Manjari Sharma, Dayanita Singh, Tiffany Smith, Alec Soth, Mark Steinmetz, and Vanessa Winship

 

Note: PWP is an associate of Amazon.com. Please consider buying your book at Amazon.com.  To support PWP, use the Amazon.com link at pwponline.org (bottom of our Home page). Also – I noticed the book is being sold by the book store at Fotografiska.

 

Warm regards,

Irene

Susan Richman Artist Newsletter, Jan 2020: Update on upcoming Exhibitions

Susan Richman