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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Graham Vasey: Bones of the Sea

In April of 2007, I went to Iceland with 7 other photographers, including Graham Vasey, a young chap from England.
Since then, we’ve all had a print exchange and Graham’s print was beautiful. Now he has created a book that is available on Blurb. From what I have seen so far, I can highly recommend it.

Order it here.

Monday, April 20th, 2009


Photojournalism on AIDS

Panel Discussion:
April 22, The New School

Reception & Book Signing:
April 23, Aperture Gallery

Aperture and The New School present a compelling panel discussion on photojournalism and AIDS, coinciding with the recent release of the book Access to Life (Aperture; Magnum Photos; and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, April 2009). The discussion will include photojournalists Gilles Peress, Kristen Ashburn, and former Time magazine picture editor Mary Anne Golon; it will be moderated by Fred Ritchin, associate chair of the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and director of PixelPress. The event will take place at The New School; the following evening, a reception and book signing will take place at Aperture Gallery.

This panel discussion is part of the series Confounding Expectations: Photography in Context, presented in collaboration with Vera List Center for Art and Politics and Parsons the New School for Design.

Panel Discussion:
Wednesday, April 22, 7:00 pm

The New School
Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th Street
New York, New York
(212) 229-5353

Saturday, April 18th, 2009

Fraction Magazine makes an impressive list

Smashing Magazine has just released a list of 40 Amazing Online Photography Magazine and Fraction is part of it.

We are in some great company and are very thankful.

Read more here.

Friday, April 17th, 2009

Debbie Fleming Caffery exhibition at Photo Eye

Artist Reception and Book Signing: Thursday, June 4, 2009, 5-7 PM
June 4, 2009 – July 4, 2009

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce The Spirit & The Flesh, photographs by Debbie Fleming Caffery. Debbie will be present for this reception and book signing on June 4, 2009 from 5-7PM.

The Spirit & the Flesh, published by RADIUS BOOKS, balances the themes of grace and redemption, sin and forgiveness that Caffery encountered in Mexico. Her black and white photographs are rich in contrast and unabashedly sensuous, deftly documenting the turbulent emotional landscape. Her wholehearted visual acuity suffuses the work, and represents an engagement with both the subject matter as well as a range of human emotion rarely seen in contemporary work.

Caffery has been photographing for over 15 years in a small village in rural Mexico. The project began with her interest in documenting the local Fiesta of Saint Michael the Archangel. Caffery found that this remote rural village, best known for its coffee bean farms, reminded her of the sugar cane communities in Louisiana, where she had grown up. Returning to Mexico to photograph whenever possible, she eventually rented a small house from the priest in the local church complex. With time, she discovered that within the neighborhood, was a Cantina/Brothel that had peak business on Sundays. Caffery received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2005 that has given her assistance necessary to spend more time in Mexico to further develop this series entitled Deseos Sobre Todo (Desire Overall).

In addition to the Guggenheim, Caffery has also received the Katrina Media Fellowship 2006 that has aided her efforts to document the plight of those affected by Hurricane Katrina, as well as the Lou Stoumen Mid Career Grant 1996 and the Governors Art Award from Louisiana for Professional Artist of the Year 1990. She has received several documentary commissions photographing for: Encontros De Fotografia (a Portuguese photographic association), The Center of Photography in Tucson, The Center of Documentary Studies at Duke University and US New and World Report

Please join us on Thursday, June 4, 6-9 PM to celebrate the release of Debbie’s new monograph! Signed copies will be available for $65.00
For more information about this exhibition or to arrange an interview, please contact Anne Kelly or Heather Prichard at photo-eye Gallery by phone at 505.988.5159 x202 or by email at

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Got some time to kill?

National Geographic and the infinite photograph is the answer to that pesky problem of too much time on your hands. Other than the fact that it takes a while to load, it is pretty entertaining.

Check it out.

“Today, National Geographic unveils a new web 2.0 application called Infinite Photograph. In a nutshell, the app turns hundreds of online media users’ photographs into infinitely clickable photo mosaics. It will eventually become an entirely new way for users to share and interact with their own and friend’s photos, in a manner sites like Flickr don’t yet offer.”

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Aperture 2009 Photo Review Competition

Lesley Martin, Publisher of the Aperture Book Program, will be the juror for the 2009 Photo Review Photography Competition. The Photo Review, a highly acclaimed critical journal of photography, is sponsoring its 25th annual photography competition with a difference. Instead of only installing an exhibit that would be seen by a limited number of people, The Photo Review will reproduce accepted entries in its 2009 competition issue and on its website. Thus, the accepted photographs will be seen by thousands of people all across the world and entrants will have a tangible benefit from the competition.

Also, the prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. And a major traveling exhibition in 2010 will feature entrants from 25 years of The Photo Review Competition.

Because their work was seen in The Photo Review, past winners have been given one-person exhibitions, have had their work reproduced in other leading photography magazines, and have sold their work to collectors throughout the country.

Awards include a $500 purchase prize for The Philadelphia Museum of Art, a copy of SilverFast HDR Studio digital camera RAW conversion software from LaserSoft Imaging ($499), a $270 gift certificate from Lensbabies for a Composer lens or other items on the webstore, a $250 gift certificate from Calumet Photographic, a 24″x50′ roll of Museo Silver Rag ($240 value), camera bags from Lowepro, and $250 in cash prizes.

An entry fee of $30 for up to three prints, slides, or images on CD and $5 each for up to two additional images entitles all entrants to a copy of the catalogue. In addition, all entrants will be able to subscribe to The Photo Review for $35, a 20% discount.

All entries must be received by mail between May 1 and June 1, 2009.

Go to the Photo Review Website for more details

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Smithsonian Photography Initiative Announces Its New Blog

“The blog is intended to present multiple perspectives about the impact of photography and highlight the work of curators, photographers, historians and other Smithsonian staff members. It invites the general public to participate in the dialogue by commenting on Smithsonian posts.

Photography and the Smithsonian were born within a decade of each other in the mid-19th century. The Smithsonian now has more than 13 million images in 700 collections throughout its 19 museums, nine research centers and the National Zoo.

The Bigger Picture uses these collections and the Institution’s experts to stimulate an active conversation about the medium, its history and its meaning in people’s lives.

The Bigger Picture gives Smithsonian staff a way to tell the stories about how photography was used and collected by the Institution,” said Merry A. Foresta, director of the Smithsonian Photography Initiative. “It also creates a forum for conversation between the Smithsonian and our audience of photograph makers, readers and, indeed, anyone interested in the way images create a bigger picture of our world.”

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Robert Adams wins the Hasselblad Award

Tomorrow, April 15, the Hasselblad Foundation is expected to announce that Robert Adams has won their prestigious award. Congratulations to Mr. Adams who is a well deserved winner.

The prize? About $60,000 US Dollars.

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Peter Feldstein at University of Texas

On Thursday, April 16 at 7 p.m. CST, the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research institute and library at the University of Texas at Austin, will be screening a live webcast of photographer Peter Feldstein as he discusses his new book The Oxford Project. Feldstein will read from the book and give a narrated slide presentation, followed by a question-and-answer discussion.

In 1984, photographer Peter Feldstein set out to photograph every single resident of his town, Oxford, Iowa (pop. 676). He converted an abandoned storefront on Main Street into a makeshift studio and posted flyers inviting people to stop by. At first they trickled in slowly, but in the end, nearly all of Oxford stood before Feldstein’s lens.

Twenty years later, Feldstein decided to do it again. He invited writer Stephen G. Bloom to join him, and together they went in search of the Oxford residents Feldstein originally shot in 1984. Some had moved. Most had stayed. Others had passed away. All were marked by the passage of time.

What emerges is a living portrait of Small Town, USA, told with the words and images of its residents—then and now—and textured by their own words. It tells the compelling story of one archetypal American community—its struggles, accomplishments, failures, and secrets—and how it has both changed and stayed the same over the course of the years.

More information on the project here:

There will be a webcast of the program at

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

MOCP prints for sale

Paula McCartney (American, b. 1971)
Bird Watching (Aqua Tanager), 2004
10 × 10 inches on 11 × 14 inch paper
Edition of 50

“The Museum of Contemporary Photography is pleased to announce that limited-edition prints from the 2009 Fine Print Program are now available in the MoCP Shop. Each of the prints are $300 each plus $15 shipping.”