Photography

FotoFest 2014 Biennial

FotoFest, the International Biennial of Photography and Photo-Related Arts, launches a newly curated exhibition dedicated to Contemporary Arab photography, video and mixed-media art for its fifteenth Biennial. VIEW FROM INSIDE, highlights the works of 49 Arab artists from 13 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Exhibitions and programming continue for six weeks, through […]

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9th International Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts of Liege

Seeing and believing will be the two keywords for BIP2014, the 9th staging of the Biennial, entitled PIXELS OF PARADISE. Images are always an ambiguous source of promises. Images lie and tell the truth at the same time. Their powers of enchantment and proof go hand-in-hand. It is this unwavering link that BIP2014 will attempt […]

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Jeu de Paume presents Mathieu Pernot. The Crossing

Jeu de Paume presents Mathieu Pernot. The Crossing

Jeu de Paume presents Mathieu Pernot. The Crossing an exhibition on view until 18 May 2014. Photographer Mathieu Pernot (b. 1970) specializes in documentary work, but offers a new take on the codes of this genre to develop a multi-voiced narrative. Whether through his own photographic work or the use of different archival material, Mathieu […]

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Admissions for Creative Photography Course 2014-15

The Creative Photography program is a one year Post Graduate Diploma course aimed at introducing the students to the world of professional photography. SACAC equips its students to translate their passion to a profession through this program. The course covers Image making, Digital Photography Basics, Lighting, Framing and Composition, Photoshop, Post Production, Multi Media Applications […]

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Hyde Collection presents Ansel Adams Early Photographs

Hyde Collection presents Ansel Adams Early Photographs

The Hyde Collection presents Ansel Adams: Early Works an exhibition on view through April 20, 2014. Forty early works by legendary master of American landscape photography, Ansel Adams (1902-1984), will offer a fresh look at key images by the artist from the 1920s through the 1950s. The exhibition will illustrate the evolution of Adams’ style, […]

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International Center of Photography presents Capa in Color

International Center of Photography presents Capa in Color

The International Center of Photography presents Capa in Color an exhibition on view from January 31, 2014 through May 4, 2014. Beginning in 1941, Robert Capa regularly used color film until his death in 1954. Some of the photographs were published in the magazines of the day, but over the years the color work was […]

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Ryerson Image Centre presents Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness

Ryerson Image Centre presents Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness

The Ryerson Image Centre presents Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness an exhibition on view now through April 13, 2014. The exhibition examines both the dramatic and historical demise of film-manufacturing facilities and industrial darkrooms. The photographs taken between 2005 and 2010 speak to sites and events related to the key corporations involved in this […]

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RISD Museum presents Richard Ross photographs exhibition

RISD Museum presents Richard Ross photographs exhibition

TheRISD Museum presents an exhibition of work by Richard Ross on view from Monday, January 20. Photographer Richard Ross’ very special exhibits Architecture of Authority and Juvenile-in Justice will be on display throughout the 2014 Celebration Series. Take some time to walk through and reflect on these powerful images that depict injustice and challenge viewers […]

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Valreii Tkachenko Gives Historical Vision Contemporary Life

Valreii Tkachenko Gives Historical Vision Contemporary Life

In his striking photographs, Valerii Tkachenko depicts a world that seems to exist outside of time. While his pictures show contemporary cityscapes and nature scenes, there is also a painterly softness to them that brings what he calls “the historical aspect of common life” into focus. Citing Ansel Adams and Alfred Stieglitz as influences, Tkachenko […]

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