May 10, 2011

The 2011 NYC FotoWorks Portfolio Reviews offer professional reviews from editors, creative directors, photo reps, art buyers and gallery representatives. 

The event will take place June 15-17, 2011   For more info visit: http://www.nycfotoworks.comShareThis
May 9, 2011


In its 7th year, CONNECTIONS continues to be a microcosm of the arbiters in taste.,the best in image creation worldwide.  The event features the most prominent artist representatives and an audience of the top global decision-makers: brand managers, creative and art directors, photo and fashion directors, and image and communication executives.   CONNECTIONS is the only place to find talent for all your campaigns, editorials, catalogs and other visual productions while building your professional contact base. Come experience what has been coined as "six months of work in one day."   CONNECTIONS will take place Wednesday, June 8th, 11:30am - 8:30pm For more info visit:  http://www.lebook.comShareThis
May 8, 2011


Taking place across four days, this satellite festival is aimed at both professional art makers and members of the general public with an interest in contemporary photography.   The festival includes a number of lectures and panel discussions. Including one focusing on the future of photobooks on Saturday, June 4th, 4-6pm. Panelists Andy Adams, Miki Johnson, Shane Lavalette, Bruno Ceschel, and Daylight’s Michael Itkoff will be discussing the future of photobooks in the new digital era. Moderator Stephen Mayes will adress ideas regarding the profitability, value, and changes that self-published photobooks will bring in the digital age.   For more info vist:
May 7, 2011


Stockholm Photography Week is a week-long celebration of photography featuring an international portfolio review in collaboration between The Swedish Museum of Photography (Fotografiska) and Lens Culture, workshops with two internationally renowned photographers: Mary Ellen Mark and Anders Petersen, seminars and exhibitions by artists including Edward Burtynsky and Albert Watson.ShareThis
May 6, 2011


Sponsered by the Viso Lazardi Family, the FotoVisura Pavilion at the New York Photo Festival will be curated by Adriana Teresa. Featured artist will include Milagros de la Torre, Henry Jacobson,  Richard Mosse, Jessica Hines and more.   The exhibition will be held at Dumbo Arts Center (DAC). 111 Front Street, Suite 212, Brooklyn, NY 11201   For more info visit:
May 5, 2011

The World Photography Festival and Sony World Photography Awards are coming to London! The World Photography Festival ‘11 in London includes a variey of exhibits for photographers.

The week long event includes presentations, screenings, seminars, workshops, portfolio reviews and more.

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May 4, 2011


KAUNAS PHOTO festival (Lithuania) is a festival of premières for future stars of photography since 2004. The longest-running annual photographic festival in the Baltic states has been a platform for dialogue around contemporary photographic creation between North and South, East and West.   April 20 to June 10, 2011 - Call for entries.   For more info visit:  www.kaunasphoto.infoShareThis
May 3, 2011

Fraction Magazine features the best of contemporary photography,  bringing together diverse bodies of work by established and emerging artists from around the globe. Each monthly online issue focuses on a central theme, creating an implicit dialogue between differing photographic perspectives.

May 2, 2011


Circuit Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of 29 large-format works by Mexican-based photographer Alejandro Cartagena from his acclaimed project Suburbia Mexicana: Cause and Effect. The recent monograph, Suburbia Mexicana, co-published by Daylight and Photolucida (2011), accompanies the exhibition.   The show will start April 28 through May 29 at Gallery 345. Circuit Gallery at Gallery 345 is located at: 345 Sorauren AvenueShareThis
May 1, 2011

In offSET Lacey Terrell turns her camera away from the action on the film sets she is documenting towards the spaces where "the artifice of movie making and the ‘real’ intermingle." Lacey explores the liminal spaces between and behind the scenes to find her own "mysterious slivers of narrative that highlight the overlooked, the unexpected, and the poetic.