RSSPhotography

UIMA Exhibition Features Photographs of Hip-Hop’s Early Years

. March 24, 2010

A group of young, black students at New York’s Adelphi University looks into the camera, each with an individual intensity in his eyes. It is 1983, and a shared passion draws these men together in the name of a new form of cultural expression: hip-hop. This scene from hip-hop’s early years describes one of the […]

Continue Reading

Goldman Projects Space Opens With Rauzier Hyperphotos Exhibition

Goldman Projects Space Opens With Rauzier Hyperphotos Exhibition

. March 23, 2010

NEW YORK, NY. – A unique exhibition of Hyperphotos by the leading French artist Jean-Francois Rauzier is to open the Goldman Projects Space, New York City’s newest dedicated art space. Mounted by Goldman Projects in partnership with the London based art dealer Waterhouse & Dodd, the show will run from 7th to 29th May at […]

Continue Reading

Sophie Ristelhueber Wins 2010 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

Sophie Ristelhueber Wins 2010 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

. March 19, 2010

Sophie Ristelhueber (b.1949, France) has been awarded the 2010 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. At a special ceremony on Wednesday 17 March 2010, the film director Terry Gilliam presented the £30,000 award. The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2010 is organised by The Photographers’ Gallery and is on show until 18 April 2010. The Prize is awarded […]

Continue Reading

Aperture Presents Angry Black Snake Photographs by Michael Corridore

Aperture Presents Angry Black Snake Photographs by Michael Corridore

. March 8, 2010

Aperture Foundation is a non-profit arts institution dedicated to promoting photography in all its forms, and as part of our ongoing mission to support the work of emerging photographers, Aperture is presenting an exhibition featuring the work of Australian photographer Michael Corridore, winner of the 2008 Aperture Portfolio Prize, in our project space (adjacent to […]

Continue Reading

Platinum Process in Photography Exhibition at The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Platinum Process in Photography Exhibition at The Philadelphia Museum of Art

. March 3, 2010

A cornerstone of photographic practice during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the platinum print is revered by photographers and viewers alike as one of the most beautiful forms of photography, with subtle and lustrous shades that range from the deepest blacks to the most delicate whites. The Philadelphia Museum of Art will present […]

Continue Reading