The HUMAN NATURE Exhibition

Jan Brueckner   The HUMAN NATURE Exhibition It is the nature of humans to want to leave their mark, while life also leaves its marks on them. Whether it is through their own presence, or more indirectly through writing and art on paper, in blogs, or on walls, or paint on canvas, or through photographs... Continue Reading →

Fall Season – On-line Exhibition

Photographer; Harvey Chin The year is traditionally marked by the passing of time as indicated by the seasonal weather conditions; it is currently the fall while steadily heading into winter. This seasonal period also has events that are well known; Halloween, Thanksgiving, and coming soon Christmas and Hanukkah. Most of these holiday events are family... Continue Reading →

Report on the Medium Festival of Photography: John Divola Lecture and Paris Photo/Aperture Book Selections

  The Medium Festival of Photography in San Diego is one of the most delightful and productive photography events in Southern California, with many useful activities, as we have reported several times, such as our impressions and experiences at the 2017 and 2016 Medium Festivals, along with announcements in between. This year, the Keynote Speaker... Continue Reading →

The Abstract Visions Exhibition

Ellen Butler   The Abstract Visions Exhibition Abstract photography is connected to the external world in mysterious and ambiguous ways, to stimulate something within us. As you look at such images, you not only have something to think about, but may also have some feelings stirred up, since there are a variety of ways to... Continue Reading →

Remembering Hannes Wanderer

Hannes Wanderer -- Photo Courtesy of and © Nathaniel Grann   We are very sad to note the untimely death this month of Hannes Wanderer, publisher of Peperoni Books, as well as proprietor of 25books, a bookstore on Brunnenstrasse in Berlin. Hannes was a very special and unique person. He was totally committed to the... Continue Reading →

Survey of Contemporary Landscape

Diane Reeves, Pyramid, Nevada The investigation and image capture of the landscape dates back to the earliest photographs made by a camera in 1826 by Joseph Nicephore Niepce and the landscape still remains as one of the classic photographic genres. Photographers have romanticized the landscape as part of the Pictorialist movement in the early 1900’s... Continue Reading →

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