Current Internet Photo Marketing Terms is a third-party artist information organization that serves as an informational link between artists, galleries, and collectors. Their business model is to facilitate art sales and in the process, get a referral fee for this service. For instance, here is a portion of the “Photography for sale” page: also provides educational functions, such... Continue Reading →

Medium Festival of Photography Discounted Early Registration Starts Friday, Aug. 18

Festival registration opens Friday Aug 18; discounts through Aug. 31. Medium’s 2017 Festival registration opens Friday, August 18. We offer Early Bird discounts on all VIP and Festival Passes purchased before midnight Aug. 31—take advantage of the deepest discounts we offer! This year's Festival brings artist lectures with John Gossage, Christina Seely, John Chiara, and many... Continue Reading →

Three PX Members Featured in IFAC’s All Media 2017 Exhibition, Aug. 26 – Oct. 28

In my first contribution as Editor, I am extremely pleased to report that three of our members made it into the “All Media 2017” Show at the Irvine Fine Arts Center: Paul Anderson, Gerhard Clausing, and Janos Lanyi – congratulations! Curated by the interdisciplinary artist Kim Abeles, the exhibition features painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking,... Continue Reading →

Portfolio Reviewer for LACP

Dawn Watson, dnj Gallery, Santa Monica, CA copyright 2017 Douglas Stockdale This last month I was a guest portfolio reviewer for the LACP (Los Angeles Center of Photography) EXPOSURE 2017 portfolio reviews at the dnj Gallery in Santa Monica’s Bergamont (Arts) Station. Overall it was a great experience as a portfolio reviewer as I was introduced... Continue Reading →

Reminder: Last Day to Submit to Size Matters at Medium!

Call for Entries: the 2017 Size Matters exhibition We've extended our signature Festival exhibition, with submissions now open through August 1 at midnight! Juried by Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art, Size Matters celebrates photographic prints no larger than 10" in the long dimension. Previous works exhibited range from sculptural works to... Continue Reading →

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