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Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Hank Willis Thomas book signing

On Tuesday, February 10, Hank Willis Thomas, one of today’s most compelling emerging artists, will give a talk and book signing at the Strand Bookstore coinciding with the recent release of his first monograph Pitch Blackness (Aperture), a provocative and darkly humorous examination of the power of logos, and media representation of African Americans. Additionally, Thomas’s much anticipated exhibition of new work will open at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City on Thursday, February 12.


Talk & Book Signing: Tuesday, February 10, 2009

7:00 p.m.

Strand Bookstore
828 Broadway
New York, New York
(212) 473-1452

Exhibition Opening: Pitch Blackness
Thursday, February 12, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Exhibition on view: Thursday, February 12-Saturday, March 14, 2009

Jack Shainman Gallery
513 West 20th Street
New York, New York
(212) 645-1701


Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Open Project

If you are going to be in Santa Fe next Friday, make plans to not only see The Valley but also stop in to Zane Bennett on Canyon Road and visit

“Open Project Photography” is a group show with work by:

Jonathan Blaustein, Diana Blok, Grégoire Cheneau, Wei Meng Foo, Todd Hido, George Hirose, Patti Levey, Judy Miller, Deborah Oropallo, Tony Soulie and Donald Woodman.

And be sure to get there by six.

February 6, 2009
Todd Hido artist talk 6pm
Opening 5pm — 7pm

Zane Bennett Gallery

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

The Valley: Six Albuquerque Photographers

Porn Kid – Adrienne Salinger                    Wires – Jeff Willis

Starting January 20th and running through April 24th at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts located on the College of Santa Fe campus in the show The Valley: Six Albuquerque Photographers featuring the work of Leigh Anne Langwell, Patrick Nagatani, David Ondrik, Cecilia Portal, Adrienne Salinger, and Jeff Willis. The show is curated by David Leigh. The opening reception is February 6th from 5pm to 7pm.

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

On Portfolio Reviews

Our good friend Jörg Colberg has put together a nice little blog post about why one would attend a portfolio review. He asked David, Alec Soth, Bill Hunt, Andrew Hetherington and Brian Ulrich.

Read can read the post here.

Monday, January 26th, 2009

From the other side of the lens

Opening this Friday night, January 30th from 5-7 pm, at the UNM art museum is From the Other Side of the Lens.

These portraits of some of the most well known photographers in the history of photography provide an opportunity to see–from the other side of the lens–just what these individuals looked like and offer a glimpse into their character. This exhibition, which is drawn from the Art Museum’s permanent collection, includes portraits of photographers and critics on photography such as Lady Elizabeth Eastlake, Beaumont Newhall, Edward Weston, Paul Strand, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Jerry Uelsmann, and Anne Noggle.

Monday, January 26th, 2009

The Galisteo Basin Photography Project

Just outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico lies the 55 mile long Galisteo River Basin. Currently being explored for it oil and gas reserves, the Galisteo Basin photography project is trying to create awareness and raise some funds to keep this area free from the cogs of the oil and gas industry. Lots of great New Mexico photographers worked on this project.

Take a look at their website here.

Or stop by the Photo Eye gallery in Santa Fe and view the prints in person.

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Reviewing at Review Santa Fe

We are pleased to announce that David has been asked to be a portfolio reviewer at Review Santa Fe.
If you were thinking about applying for the Review, better think fast because the deadline is today.

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009


Well the New York Photo Fest will be back again this year. Mary visited last year and gave her report. This year promises to be even better.
They are now accepting submissions for the awards categories.
Visit here for the details and categories.

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Ilford and Polaroid: a match made in Heaven

Ilford Photo / Harman Technologies has just issued this press release concerning the making of new Polaroid films.

19th January 2009 : HARMAN technology Limited : Mobberley : CHESHIRE UK


After the decision by Polaroid in 2008 to cease production of its instant films, a much loved method of photography looked set to disappear forever. However, leading photo-imaging company, HARMAN technology Limited can confirm it is now involved in a new venture which could deliver welcome news to millions of Polaroid instant camera fans across the world.

The manufacturer – whose brands include the ILFORD monochrome analogue range, HARMAN PHOTO inkjet papers and KENTMERE PHOTOGRAPHIC products – is supporting ‘The Impossible Project’ which is being spearheaded by a Dutch business known as Impossible B.V.

Formed by a group of businessmen and a number of ex-Polaroid employees, Impossible B.V. has signed a 10-year lease on part of Polaroid’s former factory in Enschede, Netherlands and acquired some of Polaroid’s original production machining for producing integral films for SX70 cameras.

As the business aims not to rebuild Polaroid integral film but to develop a new product with new and improved characteristics, it has turned to HARMAN and its 130 years of experience in the production of analogue films for product development guidance and additional insight on manufacturing methods.

HARMAN’s product development team has confirmed the manufacturer is able to create the desired instant film but negotiations continue as to the extent of future involvement.

As Howard Hopwood, HARMAN technology’s Chairman, points out:

“Recognising the almost cult status and huge following of Polaroid instant cameras, we would love to be involved in any initiative which preserves their future use. To this end, we did try to take on production of Polaroid instant film in the latter half of 2008 but could not reach a commercially viable agreement with the Polaroid Corporation.

The Impossible Project represents a new glimmer of hope but we must also stress that discussions are still in the early stages. We would like nothing more than to reach a satisfactory agreement and should this happen, a prototype could be unveiled by late 2009 with a view to full scale production commencing is 2010″.

Very good news in deed. Now, will they be re-introducing Type 55 ?

Monday, January 19th, 2009

Barack Obama: The Road to the White House

Soulcatcher Studios, in Santa Fe, is showing an online exhibition of Callie Shell’s portfolio of Barack Obama’s Road to the White House. You can view it here.