Archive for May 28, 2010

Deadline June 1st: The Art of Photography Show Call for Entries

From the Art of Photography Show website:

“CALL FOR ENTRIES!

Deadline June 1, 2010

An international exhibition of photographic art
at the elegant Lyceum Theatre Gallery in
San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter

Exhibition: August 28 – November 7, 2010

–>Judge: Natasha Egan
Associate Director and Curator at the Museum of
Contemporary Photography in Chicago

Producer: Steven Churchill

–> Click here to read testimonials about our shows!

Proceeds from art sales donated to AjA Project Click here to check out the details.
The Art of Photography Show 2010 is a world-class international exhibition of photographic art occurring August 28 through November 7, 2010 at the elegant two-level Lyceum Theatre Gallery, a perfect venue for exhibiting a large showcase of awesome photographic art. One of the distinguishing characteristics of this competition and exhibition is that our judge is always a highly acclaimed museum curator.

$10,000 in Awards
$2,000  1st Place Award
$1,600  2nd Place Award
$1,200  3rd Place Award
$   800  4th Place Award
$   400  (11) HM Awards

  • Substantial Tangible Benefits
  • Intensive marketing and sales plans are underway, resulting in 30,000+ people viewing the Show
  • Broad publicity strategy will bring considerable media attention to the art and the artists
  • The opening reception will be a world class event, with many buyers/collectors in attendance
  • An elegant Show Catalog will be printed, which will be a great marketing tool for the artists
  • Being selected by Natasha Egan is an extremely significant accomplishment, very valuable for one’s bio
  • PLUS: liveBooks is providing grants for three custom designed websites, valued at $1,700 each.

    This is the sixth year of this major photographic exhibition. Our mission for this annual project is to create an ideal forum for photographers to exhibit and sell their work, reaching our very large community of art collectors, affluent individuals, corporate heads, civic leaders and very influential people who make up the Art of Photography Show audience. We will be pursuing a vigorous marketing and publicity campaign, to bring maximum media attention to the artists who are juried into the exhibition. Our great love of this art form (and being photographic artists ourselves) prompts us to ‘pull out all of the stops’ in order to showcase a truly excellent presentation of photographic art, to elevate and promote this art form, and to provide substantial benefits to the exhibiting artists.

    Click here to view the images from the Art of Photography Show 2009.

    Click here to view the images from the Art of Photography Show 2008.

    Click here to view photos taken at the 2008 Opening Reception Gala!

    Click here to register for the competition.

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    Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe full length interviews available to watch!

    From a Through the Lens e-blast:

    “Links to the full-length interviews from Through the Lens are posted individually to each web-length interview on the following website:

    http://www.palaceofthegovernors.org/lens/videos.php

    Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe is a visual history of Santa Fe, New Mexico — as it celebrates its 400th anniversary as the oldest capital city in North America. These images, selected from the collection of the Photo Archives at the Palace of the Governors and through studio visits with contemporary photographers, illuminate the multiple meanings of place.

    Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe is a visual record of transformation. The exhibition is divided into three broad and overlapping themes: Place, Identity, and History. While some of the photographs provide a broad perspective on cultural and social transformation, the exhibition also contains photographs that reveal a more intimate side of the city’s history.”

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    On the Cartier-Bresson Exhibition: Newshour and Charlie Rose on PBS

    The Artbeat blog on PBS’ Newhour website recently aired an interview with MoMA’s chief curator Peter Galassi on its current exhibition HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON: THE MODERN CENTURY.   On April 15th, Charlie Rose featured an special show on the exhibition as well, with Galassi, Martine Franck and Agnes Sire.  You can hear the MoMA exhibition’s audio entries here.

    The exhibition continues in NYC through June 28th, and will travel to The Art Institute of Chicago (July 25 – October 3), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA, October 30 – January 30, 2011), and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta (February 19 – May 15, 2011).

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