September 28, 2010


Registrations are almost full. Photographers from 30+ countries have signed up so far

The first large-scale portfolio review to be held in Paris, Lens Culture FotoFest will be 3 days of meetings and portfolio reviews with 120 photographers from around the world and 40 international photography experts. Daylight co-founders Taj Forer and Michael ltkoff will be part of the review panel and will offer portfolio reviews at this exciting event. Participating photographers will get expert feedback about their work and have the possibility of getting editorial assignments, book publication contracts, art gallery representation, and feature articles in magazines, online and in print.

September 26, 2010


Announcing the biggest professional networking event of the year...

NYCFotoWorks 2010 Portfolio Review Event hosted at Sandbox Studios in Tribecca, NYC. Reviewers include editors, creative directors, photo reps, art buyers and gallery representatives. The professional world of photography comes together for one weekend.


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September 24, 2010

For it’s fourth edition, Brighton Photo Biennial is guest curated by Martin Parr, the internationally renowned photographer, editor and curator. Brighton Photo Biennial 2010: New Documents, October 10 to November 14, will premiere recent contemporary work, historic and vernacular collections, and new commissions by internationally celebrated photographers, including Alec Soth, Rinko Kawauchi, Molly Landreth, Zoe Strauss and Stephen Gill, inspired by the city of Brighton & Hove.

The Biennial Opening Weekend, October 1-3, is a must-attend event for anyone seriously interested in photography. BPB is a festival of international photography that celebrates the role of photography in everyone’s lives.

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September 23, 2010

Daylight/CDS Photo Awards Exhibition

Cinema Play House: Photographs by Nandita Raman
Winner of the Daylight/CDS Photo Awards Project Prize
Photographs by Elizabeth Moreno
Winner of the Work-in-Process Prize

September 21, 2010


Almost a score of international artists will give expression to their particular vision of leisure during GETXOPHOTO, a photography festival that takes place In the main streets of the municipality of Getxo, In the Basque Country- the festival theme, under the direction of new curator Frank Kalero, is ‘In praise of leisure.'

The Festival is committed to exploring and experimenting with unusual formats and exhibition venues. The main activities will take place over the first weekend of the festival, from September 2-5. During these days some of the participating artists will be present with live interventions, projections, workshops, etc.
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September 18, 2010

Lens Culture International Exposure Awards discover, reward, and promote talented, new, emerging and established photographers from around the world.


September 14, 2010

This selection of photographs, created by Arlene Flores, Chris Rojas and KhaIiq Farthing, 3 teens living in Los
Angeles County,will be featured In the first annual Youth Arts & Media Festival, a one-day celebration of youth arts
in Los Angeles. Affectionately called YAM, the festival features films, photos, music, poetry, workshops, and more.
Taking place September 25, in downtown Los Angeles, the festival is the collaborative effort of 18 communIty-
based organizations.
The photographic portion of the festival is the result of a countywide call for photography created by young people and was juried by Michael ltkoff and Venice Arts staff.
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September 10, 2010

At the height of one of the worst financial crises in American history, photographers James Frank Tribble and Tracey Mancenido-Tribble went to truck-driving school, earned their commercial drivers licenses and hit the highway. Tribble & Mancenido set out on ajourney across America to explore and Illuminate the trucking subculture that drives our economy. Spending a full year on the road, the couple drove their 18-wheeler over one hundred thousand miles and spent over two thousand hours delivering loads. ‘Hurry Up & Wait’ is a personal and poetic meditation of an industry and a way of life.

Sasha Wolf Gallery in New York, NY will show ’Hurry Up &Wait’ with an opening reception September 9 from 6-8pm. For more information, visit; 

September 7, 2010


Sign up now for the Daylight Documentary Critique Class at the Exhibition Lab in New York City.This one day workshop will take place Saturday September 18th.
In this one-day workshop, we will focus on the power of storytelling through images. Emphasis will be put on an active, class-wide critique of portfolios in progress. Subjects such as context and intent will buttress discussions led by Michael ltkoff,co-founder of Daylight Magazine. Michael will also provide presentations on multimedia and print content previously published by Daylight. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of analog and digital photography and have strong bodies of work already underway. Limited number of spots still available!

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September 3, 2010


Daylight Multimedia and the Center for Documentary Studies are proud to present the work of Nandita Raman, the winner of the first annual Daylight! CDS Photo Awards.

Ramans Cinema Playhouse series focuses on the interiors of decaying theaters in India. Built between 1930 and 1960, these theaters, brimming with eccentricity, have largely been replaced by generic multiplexes.Through her quiet arid beautiful images, Raman explores her childhood memories and the idiosyncrasies of the Golden Age of Bollywood. As the winner of the Project Prize, Nandita Raman’s work will be on view from September 13-December 23,2010 at the Center for Documentary Studies in Durham, NC.

Also on display will be the work of Elizabeth Moreno, winner of the Works-in-Process Prize, and Jurors’ Pick Winners: Erica Allen, Rachel Barrett, Priya Kimbli, Jan Lieski, Paula McCartney, Martin Roemers, Daniel Stier, and Monika Sziladi.