Tomorrow at Julie Saul Gallery
5/28/09 6-8 pm opening reception
535 W 22nd St
Klingman’s Furniture, 2008 © Brian Ulrich
And check out Salzburg-based photographer and blogger, Andrew Phelps‘s special edition pre-release of his new book:
NOT NIIGATA, 2009
28×28 cm, hardbound
ca 112 pages
ca 50 color images
ca 40,- Euro
Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg
You can contact him directly to purchase. I have seen both the book dummy and the work, and it is a great edition to any photo library.
© Andrew Phelps – from NOT NIIGATA, 2009
NY Times launches photo blog… hmmmm…blogs are going mainstream.
I love the idea of photojournalism getting such a high-profile outlet. Let’s see what they do with it….
Brooklyn, New York
Mass Produced for Mass Dissemination
Thursday, May 14, 2009
FREE with Festival Admission
New York Photo Festival
St. Ann’s Warehouse
38 Water Street
Brooklyn, New York
The panel discussion series, Aperture Presents, premiers with acclaimed NYPH08 curator and Aperture publisher, Lesley A. Martin, moderating the discussion Artist-Publisher: Mass Produced for Mass Dissemination. Participants will include Jason Fulford and Leanne Shapton (J&L Books); Richard Renaldi (Charles Lane Press); and others to be announced.
Photographer Jacob Holdt Friday, May 15, at 3PM.
St Ann’s Warehouse.
We are pleased to announce the participation of the following artists in the ”New Documentations” Special Screening scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 16th at 8pm, in St. Ann’s Warehouse during the upcoming New York Photo Festival 2009. Many of the artists will be in attendance and will participate in a Q&A immediately following the screening. There will also be a panel discussion on Sunday, May 17th at 2pm, entitled ”New Documentations”, featuring many of the same artists. Tickets required.
Participating Artists in the “New Documentations” Special Screening are:
A Special MediaStorm Presentation of “Driftless: Stories from Iowa” by Danny Wilcox-Frazier
A Special Presentation by the W. Eugene Smith Fund
“Blogging and The Photography Community”
|May 15, 2009
Joined by Jorg Colberg, this panel will include Cara Philips, Laurel Ptak, Andrew Hetherington and Brian Ulrich.
Note from Frank Evers – This panel promises an open-ended discussion on the current state of the blogging and the photography community, or what I lamely call the “photosphere”. If you think that you have any clue as to what is actually going on in photography today, then you will be hogging a seat from the early morn.
Audience participation is expected, so bring your brain.
Panel participants are:
Jorg Colberg – http://www.jmcolberg.com/weblog/
Cara Philips – https://caraphillips.wordpress.com/
Laurel Ptak – http://www.iheartphotograph.blogspot.com/
Andrew Hetherington – http://www.whatsthejackanory.com/
Brian Ulrich – http://www.notifbutwhen.com/NIBW/
Exciting artist discovery, Thorsten Brinkmann, show up in Berlin now…but watch out he is coming to America. Also, great book of his work published by Hanje Cantz.
New photo theory book: Photography After Frank
Aperture Event tonight
Photography After Frank: Essays by Philip Gefter Book Party and Signing
Thursday, May 7, 2009 6:00 pm
Visual Arts Gallery
601 West 26th Street 15th Floor, Suite 1502
New York, New York (212) 592-2145
One more sign that process is far too important in contemporary photo practice. This cat recently had a solo show. So all you gallery owners who think work is interesting purely because of it’s fresh use of “technology” this ones for you! Meet Cooper, he applying for the next round of the Guggenheim’s.
The answer is finally found to how your cat really sees you.
The hidden inner life of your cat….