April 12, 2011 makes it easy and affordable for photographers to create online exhibits of their documentary projects on the fastest growing documentary website. SDN features hundreds of exhibits from around the world and allows photographers, editors, and journalists to share their work.   For more info visit: http://socialdocumentary.netShareThis
April 11, 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.

April 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
April 8, 2011


The 4th Photobook Festival will once again focus on current developments in the genre of the photographic book. Internationally renowned guests have been invited to present their work and to engage with visitors to the festival. Workshops, screenings, reviews, exhibitions, trade stalls and the presentation of awards will offer excitement and inspiration.    For more information visit: http://2011.fotobookfestival.orgShareThis
April 7, 2011


The ninth annual Photomonth Krakow Festival kicks off May 2011. The event will be guest-curated by the artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin.    May 13-21: Opening of the Main Programme and ShowOFF Section exhibitions May 13-29: Lectures, meetings, accompanying events June 6: Festival ends   For more info visit:
April 6, 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.   For more information and tickets visit:
April 5, 2011


In Prague every April is dedicated to photography, celebrated by the Prague Photo Festival. The fourth annual festival will take place this year at a number of venues, including Manes Exhibition Hall. Over thirty vendors will display photographs as well as exhibitions in fifteen other galleries, museums and institutions throughout the city. The Manes Exhibition Hall will show the work of 230 artists alone.   The Manes Exhibition Hall festival will take place April 5-10. Before moving to over fifteen galleries, musuems, and institutions in Prague throughout April until May 5th.   For more information on the Prague Photo Festival visit:
April 4, 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:
April 3, 2011

Daylight has partnered with Flanders Gallery to offer an ongoing series of collaborative projects the first of which will highlight Alejandro Cartagena series Suburbia Mexicana, on view from April to May. The work, recently published in a monograph, by Daylight captures changes made to the Mexican landscape as new housing developments fill the land and the effect of urbanization becomes evident. Flanders Gallery is located at 302 S. West St, Raleigh, NC.

Open Wednesday- Saturday 11-6pm   Alejandro’s new book is available for purchase in Daylight’s online store.   For more info visit:  www.flandersartgallery.comShareThis
April 2, 2011

Jon Edwards photographs the simplicity and beauty of those living an agrarian life by focusing on the places they inhabit and the relationships they build within their communities. Daylight is proud to present photographs from Edward's project 'A Life' of John Ryan whose quiet labor has afforded him an admirable, elegant and, at times, trying co-existance with his surroundings and his place in time.