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November 5, 2010

The Sami, which translates to "The People," are an indigenous group living in the Arctic Circle region of northern Scandinavia. It is tue largest area in the world with an ancestral way of life based on the seasonal migrations of the animals. The Sami are by tradition reindeer herders and live a nomadic lifestyle based on the reindeer migration. By possessing a livelihood that is dependent on their surroundings, the Sami are acutely aware of the changes in nature. Erika Larsen has spent over three years documenting their symbiotic relationship with the environment.

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November 1, 2010

In this multimedia release we feature a portfolio of images from Joel Sternfeld’s recent book iDubai. For this project Sternfeld captured photographs of Dubais lavish shopping malls with his iPhone camera. Featuring commentary by Chris Wiley, iDubai marries form and content in its incisive critique on conspicuous consumption.

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October 28, 2010

The Photoletariat.com is an online publication for photographers, helping you find success on your own terms. Through daily articles and video, it provides you information, tips, inspiration, and career advice to help you take your craft to the next level. Sign up for the weekly newsletter — it’s packed with great articles and tips, plus you II be automatically entered to win a photography sweepstakes giveaway just for signing up.

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October 21, 2010

 

Project Basho is pleased to announce ONWARD ‘11, an annual juried photography competition exclusively featuring the work of emerging photographers. It is pleased to have Larry Fink as the ONWARD ‘11 juror. Photographs selected by Mr. Fink will be featured in a group exhibition at the Project Basho Gallery in February and March 2011, which has seen hundreds of visitors each year as well as in the ONWARD online gallery.There is no specific theme for ONWARD and submissions are open to any photographic medium from historical processes to new digital technologies.

For more information, visit: www.onward.projectbasho.org

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October 13, 2010

Celebrating 30 years in print, LE BOOK is the world’s only trade reference publication made for the creative industry. With a worldwide presence, LE BOOK is published in five editions: Paris, New York, West Coast, London and Berlin and identifies more than 50,000 professionals while showcasing images from the finest artists of today and tomorrow. LE BOOK’S custom-made tradeshow, CONNECTIONS, brings together key industry professionals in an event described by some as "six months of work is one day." LE BOOK stands at the epicenter of the most reliable service providers, the most talented creatives, and the most prestigious brands; an essential (and collectable!) communication tool for the entire industry.

The next stop on the CONNECTIONS tour will be London in November.This unique event showcases over one thousand portfolios of the world’s most noted photographers and illustrators, from acclaimed names to fresh-faces.

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October 12, 2010

From November 18-21,Paris Photo brings together 100 international galleries and publishers presenting a panorama of the finest examples of photographic expression from the 19th century to the present day. Paris Photo also turns the spotlight on the Central Europe scene, reveals new talents through awards and competitions and offers a rich program of events and encounters.

The 14th Paris Photo edition coincides with the biennial “Mois de Ia Photo" a month-long photographic event, turning the city into the photography capital of the world in November.
For more information, visit: www.parlsphoto.fr

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October 10, 2010

FotoWeek DC will be here in a flash! November 6-13. Plan to mingle with members of the photography community as you enjoy award-winning images and monumental projections at the 2010 Festival and explore 150+ exhibitions, lectures, workshops, and photo happenings.


FotoWeek DC: Everywhere You See.
 

For more information, visit: www.FotoWeekDC.org 

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October 4, 2010

The Singapore International Photography Festival strives to provide a platform for Southeast Asian artists to showcase their works alongside their international peers at various venues across Singapore. SIPF programs and exhibitions will stretch over 30 days, beginning October 10.The three main festival components are the official exhibitions, workshops and a 2-day portfolio review session for 50 selected Southeast Asian photographers. This will be followed by a series of workshops facilitated by curators and senior photographers for 40 participants. Alongside the official exhibitions and programmes, the SIPF Fringe activities will be carried out at various arts galleries,arts spaces and education institutions to promote photography across Singapore.


For more information, visit: www.slpf.sg/web/

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October 1, 2010

In this month’s multimedia feature, Martin Parr interviews acclaimed photographer Alec Soth. As part of the Brighton
Photo Biennial 2010, Soth was commissioned by Photoworks to be included In the exhibition “Strange and Familiar." For
his contribution to the show, Soth collaborated with his daughter, Carmen. to produce a project titled “Brighton Picture
Hunt,” for which the father-daughter team explored and photographed the towns of Brighton and Hove in Southern
England.

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September 30, 2010

From November 18-21 ,Paris Photo brings together 100 international galleries and publishers presenting a panorama of the finest examples of photographic expression from the 19th century to the present day. Paris Photo also turns the spotlight on the Central Europe scene, reveals new talents through awards and competitions and offers a rich program of events and encounters.


The 14th Paris Photo edition coincides with the biennial Mois de Ia Photoa month-long photographic event, turning the city into the photography capital of the world in November.
For more information, visit; www.parisphoto.fr

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