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 →

CONNECTIONS

copyright Jim Koch CONNECTIONS exhibition Photography is a medium that allows us to connect: to communicate with other individuals as well as with the world as our ever-present backdrop. While in our current time digital processes seem to create distance, the medium of photography cuts through this digital omnipresence and enables us to address human... Continue Reading →

Interview: Michael Weitzman – CollectorWorks

Photographs copyright Michael Weitzman This is the second of a series of interviews of photographers who are or have been members of The Photographers Exchange, a group of photographers and artist that meets monthly at the Irvine Fine Arts Center (IFAC). Michael Weitzman has been regularly featured on YourDailyPhotograph and has recently become represented by... Continue Reading →

Annual Print Exchange meeting – March 16

Trubuco Canyon, 2016 copyright Douglas Stockdale This week The Photographers Exchange is having the annual print exchange meeting. Except with a slight twist; everyone who brings a print will leave with some else's print, it is just the print you leave with maybe different than the one your heart truly desires. This turns into a... Continue Reading →

LACP Spring Open House

Ciociaria published by Punctum Press, Rome, Italy For those on the Left Coast, Los Angeles Center for Photography (LACP) is having a Spring Open House on March 18 & 19th, 2017 at their L.A. facility; 1515 Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles, California. Over the two days there will be a series of events (see below) during which I... Continue Reading →

Ed Ruscha’s innovative photobook at OCMA

Every Building on the Sunset Strip copyright 1966 Ed Ruscha Currently OCMA (Orange County Museum of Art) is exhibiting Pop Art Design and included are a few works by Ed Ruscha, but probably the most photographically interesting is a very long display of Ed Ruscha's 1966 creative photobook Every Building on the Sunset Strip. This... Continue Reading →

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