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April 1, 2011

 

The annual Daylight/CDS Photo Awards honor talented and committed photographers, both emerging and established, with numerous prizes, which include a solo exhibition, a multimedia podcast, and a published portfolio.   Submissions: March 1-May 1, 2011   Winners Announced in July 2011   For more information, visit: www.daylightcds.slideroom.comShareThis
March 3, 2011

 

50pm's Sports Issue has more than eleven photo stories on sports topics, bonus materials and the work of three recent World Press Photo winners included. .   50pm is a magazine featuring the best in international photography. Added text, multimedia and web integration guarantees hours of engaged user experience. Click below to download from iTunes.   For more information, visit; www.50pm.netShareThis
March 3, 2011

 

Connect 2011 offers the opportunity to meet top photographers, curators, art directors, editors, gallery directors, ad agency creatives, educators and industry leaders in the spectacular desert environment of Palm Springs, California for this year’s Palm Springs Photo Festival. Show your portfolios, study with legendary photographers, attend cutting-edge seminars / symposiums and enjoy evening projections by world famous image-makers, network with the master photographers, industry insiders and your contemporaries at several great parties and enjoy the warm Palm Springs weather.  Walk away with a renewed passion for the art of image making.   For more information, visit; www.palmspringsphotofestival.comShareThis
March 3, 2011

 

Established in 2004 in Derby UK, FORMAT is one of the UK's leading international contemporary festivals of photography and related media.   This year's program is curated around the theme of street photography. It consists of exhibitions, portfolio reviews,  workshops, commissions, screenings, mass participation, talks, photo collectives, publications, a summer school,  conference and much more, all focusing on showing new work premiering in the UK, alongside the best established practitioners in the world.    For more information, visit; www.formatfestival.com ShareThis
March 3, 2011

 

Light Work recently launched its 2011 Subscription Program with a dynamic set of collectible prints. The program includes a hand-printed silver gelatin print by Carrie Mae Weems, and pigmented inkjet prints Scott Conarroe, Yolanda del Amo, and Deana Lawson. Subscriptions to Contact Sheet now also include access to the Digital Archive with over 150 past issues of the publication. http://www.lightwork.orgShareThis
March 3, 2011

 

Established in 2004 in Derby UK, FORMAT is one of the UK's leading international contemporary festivals of photography and related media.   This year's program is curated around the theme of street photography. It consists of exhibitions, portfolio reviews,  workshops, commissions, screenings, mass participation, talks, photo collectives, publications, a summer school,  conference and much more, all focusing on showing new work premiering in the UK, alongside the best established practitioners in the world.    For more information, visit; www.formatfestival.com ShareThis
March 2, 2011

Photolucida is an arts non-profit whose mission is to increase the understanding of the world through photography. Every other April, an international set of photographers and reviewers gather in Portland, Oregon for a five-day celebration of photography that includes lectures, workshops, and exhibition collaborations. The next Portfolio Review will be held April 14-17, 2011.                                               

More at: www.photolucida.org

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March 2, 2011

“Alejandro Cartagena photographs the particularities of the suburbs of Monterrey, Mexico reflecting a general disregard for planning. Over the years, various governmental policies resulted in new, decentralized cities with limited infrastructures where the pursuit of immediate financial gain trumped any interest in sustainability. Cartagena captures both the destruction that rapid urbanization has imposed on the landscape and the phenomenon of densely packed housing.  Only the landscape appears capable of limiting their proliferation, the mountains and rivers the only forces able to contain their sprawl. “ Text adapted from the Introduction by Karen Irvine, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago. Co-published with Photolucida.

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March 2, 2011

 

The annual Daylight/CDS Photo Awards honor talented and committed photographers, both emerging and established, with numerous prizes, which include a solo exhibition, a multimedia podcast, and a published portfolio.   Submissions: March 1-May 1, 2011   Winners Announced in July 2011   For more information, visit; www.daylightcds.slideroom.comShareThis
March 2, 2011

 

Photo Alliance is pleased to announce an OPEN CALL for a portfolio review that will be held over the weekend of March 11-13 in San Francisco.    This three-day event will bring together top photography editors, publishers, curators, gallerists, and educators representing small, mid-sized, and major venues from around the U.S. to meet with engaged photographers to review their  portfolios and encourage their careers.    The weekend’s activities will also include a Friday evening lecture with Diane Cook and  Len Jenshel, which is open to the general public.   For more information, visit; http://bit.ly/hbVgvjShareThis