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August 31, 2010

In its latest issue, European Photography, the International art
magazine for contemporary photography, Is presenting a fresh view on current U.S. Photography,with exciting new work by Nicole Belle, Emillo Chapela,Tim Davis, Myra Greene,Todd Hido, Whitney Hubbs, Erika Larsen, Man Lipps, Richard Mosse, Laurel Nakadate, Michael Schmelling, Paul Shambroom,WilI Steacy, Greg Stimac, Hank Willls Thomas, and Brian UIrich. Also in this Issue: ’Collectlng Photo Books,’ ‘Is Copyright Dead’,
‘International Photography Magazines,’ and more,
For more InformatIon, visit: www.equivalence.com

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August 30, 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 wiIl 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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August 28, 2010

The Singapore International Photography Festival is proud to announce the release of the shortlisted works for SIPF 2010. The names of the selected 49 photographers can be viewed at http://sipfsg/web/sipf-open-call-submission-result/
These shortlisted works will be exhibited at various locations as part of the Singapore Art scene throughout the Singapore International Photography Festival in October - November 2010. Congratulations to all selected participants of the 2nd SIPF.

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August 23, 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. For more details, visit: www.nycfotoworks.com

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August 20, 2010

 

CAMBIO CREATIVO is a multi-disciplinary project in arts and activism.Through skill-shares and workshops, it offers youth practical means by which they can effect and inspire positive change. Its first series of monthly workshops will expose the young residents of Coco Solo (Colon, Panama) to workshops in digital photography, media literacy, urban agriculture and more. CAMBIO CREATIVO trusts that a community’s ability to self-represent will allow for long-lasting positive change.

For more information please visit http://camblacreatlvo.tumblr.com and to make donations, please visit:
http://www.indiegogo.com/CAMBlO-CREATIVO-WORKSHOP 

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August 14, 2010

Registration is now open for Lens Culture FotoFest Paris 2010. 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.

For more information, visit: www.fotofest-parls.com
 

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August 10, 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. www.theexhibitionIab.com
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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August 7, 2010

Belgian photographer Nick Hannes spent a year travelling through the fifteen former Soviet republics in search of traces of the past and signs of social transition. Red Journey uncovers the various ways in which former Soviet countries are trying to redefine their national Identity after the disintegration of the communist Imperlum. Hannes shows a region of contrasts covering extreme wealth amid heart-rending poverty, unrestrained urban renewal that makes deprived.

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August 1, 2010

 

We are excited by the enthusiastic response to the first annual Daylight/Center for Documentary Photo Awards. In total we received over 700 entries for the Project Prize and the Work-in-Process Prize!
Please visit www.daylightmagazine.org over the coming weeks for details about the award exhibitions, multimedia production and online feature of the incredible work produced by these winning photographers. And here is the complete list of winners:

 

 

‘Jana, 2009,’ Phoograph by Rachel Barrett,Juror Hank Wills Thomas’ ‘Juror Pick’ for Protect Prize Category

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July 18, 2010
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This selection of photographs was created by three teens, Arlene Flores, Khaliq Farthing, and Christopher Rojas,
who 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, 2010, 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 Daylight editor, Michael Itkoff and
the staff of Venice Arts.

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