FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE: 25 Photos from the Print Swap Will Exhibit in India!

For our first exhibition in Asia, The Print Swap will travel to The Indian Photography Festival (IPF) at the State Gallery of Art in Hyderabad, India. The renowned photojournalist Ami Vitale, who has herself documented stories in nearly one hundred countries, served as our guest curator, selecting 25 images from around the world to be part of the show. The final collection includes photographers from throughout India, the United States, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Estonia, Indonesia, and Australia. The exhibition will open September 6th and will continue through October 7th for the duration of the festival.

PUBLICATION: L'OEIL DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE

Urban Sprawl-Emptiness

The Eye of Photography is the ultimate digital magazine where everything about photography is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for all professionals and amateurs to see… for free. Whether you are working in this industry as a buyer or a collector, in a festival or a gallery, as a professional or simply an amateur enthusiast of photography, The Eye was made for you. The Eye informs you of the latest trends, record breaking auctions, breaking news, reveals a long awaited book publication, shares the discovery of up and coming stars, allows you to read in depth interviews and offers all you need to know about the next must see exhibition whether you live in New York, Paris, London, Berlin, Tokyo or Shanghai.

Traduit chaque jour en français et en anglais, L’Œil de la Photographie se veut être l’outil indispensable de recherche pour tout le Who’s Who de la photographie, ainsi qu’un lieu d’inspiration pour tous les amateurs et amoureux de la photographie. L’Œil de la Photographie est déjà en passe de devenir le magazine web sur la photographie le plus reconnu et le plus lu par les professionnels du monde entier.

FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE: 23 Nostalgic Photos That Speak to the Heart

“When we are nostalgic, we take pictures” Susan Sontag wrote in 1973’s On Photography. “Most subjects photographed are, just by virtue of being photographed, touched with pathos. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”(more website)

EXHIBITION: CODE ART FAIR COPENHAGEN 2018   PRIVATEVIEW GALLERY: TURIN

Code Art Fair is an ambitious art fair located in Copenhagen, Denmark – one of the world’s most vibrant and forward-looking capitals. As the only international art fair in Scandinavia, our mission is to discover and showcase some of the best contemporary art, not only from the Nordic region, but from around the world.

Code 3: August 30  – September 2, 2018

Directions: Code Art Fair takes place at Bella Center Copenhagen which can be reached directly by metro and bus. By car or taxi, Bella Center is just a 10 minute drive from both Copenhagen Airport and the city center.

PUBLICATION:FLOAT MAGAZINE About exhibition Vernacular

Curated by: Noah Waldeck

The Vernacular of Landscape is a survey of contemporary landscape photography curated by Subjectively Objective founder Noah Waldeck and co-edited by Float Photo Magazine. Showcasing images from 58 artists from around the world. Get a copy of the printed publication by clicking here.

If you’re in the Detroit area this July stop by the opening for the physical exhibition at Subjectively Objective’s gallery space July 6th 2018 6-10PM :
6841 N Rochester Rd Studio 2A Rochester Hills, MI 48306

PUBLICATION: AAL MAGAZINE-LIGHT

the jury chose 15 photographers for their different approach to the definition of photography itself "drawing with light". Their work is diverse from fine art to documentary, poetic beauty or abstraction.
This issue features the following photographers: JP Terlizzi (First place Winner - United States), Emmanuel Monzon (Second place Winner - United States), Alain Schroeder (Third place Winner - Belgium), Paul Crampton (Merit Award - Canada), Diane Fenster (Merit Award - United States), Robert Hecht (Merit Award - United States), Nicolas Thomas (Merit Award - France), Remi Chapeaublanc (Merit Award - France), Jake Mein (Merit Award - New Zealand), Vanessa Marsh (Merit Award - United States), Brad Patocka (Merit Award - United States), Alexandrino Lei Airosa (Merit Award - Macau), William Nourse (Merit Award - United States), Francis Meslet (Merit Award - France) and Mo Verlaan (Merit Award - Netherlands).


PUBLICATION: DODHO MAGAZINE

Dodho Magazine is an independent international magazine, born with the vocation to promote the work and projects of emerging photographers and professionals from all over the world. Since its launch in April 2013, Dodho Magazine has uncovered countless photographers and put their work in the spotlight of professionals in the photographic industry. With more than one million annual visits and half a million pages viewed monthly, Dodho Magazine has managed to become the fastest growing photo magazine and become a benchmark among galleries, agencies and other publishers around the world.



San Francisco Bay International Photo Show 2018

AWARDS:

Gold Medal Award winners in the San Francisco Bay International Photo Show.Portfolio Award and will be featured on Bokeh Bokeh Photo. Exhibition: ACCI Gallery-SF

San Francisco Bay Month of Photography.

jury: Debra Klomp ChingOwner/Director, Klompching Gallery-Aline Smithson Founder and Editor, Lenscratch- David Garnick Founder and Editor, Bokeh Bokeh Photo.


SELECTION- AWARD: ALL ABOUT PHOTO MAGAZINE

Second Place Winner

All about photo is driven by a passion for photography.
All About Photo is above all a resource for photographers and photography lovers. We seek to present exceptional work and meaningful resources.

All about photo is an helpful and easy tool.
All about photo is a rich and useful database. It is a directory and portal service dedicated to providing easy access to as many photographic resources as possible in the United States.

SELECTION: THE INDEPENDENT PHOTOGRAPHER

This collection celebrates the work of all winning photographers capturing life in its most vivid forms. These unique and international artists constitute the best of the photographic scene and we are very proud to share their work.

– Theme: Landscape Photography / Competition Judge: Luca Tombolini

Landscape photography is one of the oldest form of photography and can offer the viewer feelings of hope, isolation or peace, reflecting both the identity of the photographer and the spirit of the land. When taking a picture of a landscape, just like in a portrait or a scene, photographers attempt to tell a story. From compelling urban scenes to minimalist and undeniable pulls towards the earth, we wanted to discover and celebrate all the beauty and joy that nature can provide.!

PUBLICATION: ALL ABOUT PHOTO MAGAZINE

Category: Modern Photographers

All about photo is driven by a passion for photography.
All About Photo is above all a resource for photographers and photography lovers. We seek to present exceptional work and meaningful resources.

SELECTION: PHOTOPLACE GALLERY 

Black & White 2018: Juror: Sandrine Hermand-Grisel
Gallery exhibition: June 27 – July 28, 2018

Our mission. PhotoPlace Gallery’s mission is to support contemporary fine art photography as a means of creative expression and cultural insight. PhotoPlace Gallery sponsors exhibition opportunities through international juried exhibits in Middlebury, Vermont, through our published exhibition catalogs, and on this website.

INTERVIEW: US OF AMERICA MAGAZINE

Through the Lens: Emmanuel Monzon

The Journal of American Culture and Style

Us of America celebrates and illuminates the spirit of America at a divisive time in our country’s history. Contemporary yet nostalgic, Us of America presents stories from across our cultural landscape. Visionaries, vanguards, and everyday heroes from the fields of photography, fashion, and music, sit alongside investigative features and witty commentary.

Working with esteemed American and International contributors, Us of America seeks to cover a wide range of topics that speaks to a global audience. Mixing humor with pathos, new and old, Us of America champions the diversity and complexity of America - its history and its people.

px3: PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS

HONORABLE MENTION

The Prix de la Photographie, Paris (P×3) strives to promote appreciation of photography, discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris.

The Paris Photography Prize was founded in 2007, and has since become one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe.

SHOP: SUPERFINE PRINTS

Superfine Prints is a project by the photography website Feature Shoot Magazine, whose editors have been introducing the world to innovative, cutting-edge photography since 2008. We make art collecting easy and fun by selling high-quality, affordable prints from some of your favorite photographers around the globe.

shop collections: From the series ‘Urban Sprawl - Emptiness’ by Emmanuel Monzon $60.00

PUBLICATION: The Vernacular of Landscape

Categories: Exhibition Catalogs, Publications

The Vernacular of Landscape is a survey of contemporary landscape photography curated by Noah Waldeck and co-edited by Float Photo Magazine. Showcasing images from 58 artists from around the world, this 60 page perfect bound books measures 8.5×5.5″ and features a debossed recycled paper cover.



PUBLICATION: EYE-PHOTO MAGAZINE

EYE-Photo Magazine is a monthly publishing, independent online magazine, featuring talented and enthusiastic photographers from all over the world who like to present their work, to an international readership. 

EXHIBITION: KLOMPLCHING GALLERY NY

December 13 — 23, 2017 Opening Reception: December 13, 6pm–8pm. The LensCulture Winter Print Show presents an exhibition of 20 international photographers.

The Klompching Gallery was established in Dumbo, Brooklyn in September 2007. Owned and operated by Debra Klomp Ching and Darren Ching, the gallery quickly established itself as a gallery with an extraordinary roster of artists from which to purchase some of the best examples of contemporary photography—with exhibition reviews in publications such as The New Yorker, Art Review, Modern Painters, New York magazine and the Wall Street Journal, as well as numerous notable cultural websites.Since its inception, the gallery has earned a solid reputation for providing informed guidance on the acquisition of contemporary fine art photography. 

Klompching Gallery became a member of AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers) in 2012, resigning the membership in 2017.


ArtsyContemporary Art Gallery

 PRIVATEVIEW: | Available for Sale | ArtsyContemporary Art Gallery Torino (Italy)

Emmanuel Monzon |  (2015) | Available for Sale | Artsy2015Watercolor on Paper40 × 40 in101.6 × 101.6 cm

About: The Art World Online

Artsy features the world’s leading galleries, museum collections, foundations, artist estates, art fairs, and benefit auctions, all in one place. Our growing database of 800,000 images of art, architecture, and design by 70,000 artists spans historical, modern, and contemporary works, and includes the largest online database of contemporary art. Artsy is used by art lovers, museum-goers, patrons, collectors, students, and educators to discover, learn about, and collect art.

EXHIBITION: PRIVATEVIEW-TORINO-ITALY

Emmanuel Monzon Urban Sprawl
George Jenne Come in, stranger

Double-Solo Exhibition - a European premiere curated by Mauro PireddaNovember 4 - December 15, 2017
Opening: November 4 at 6 pm
Privateview Gallery- via Goito 16 - Turin
At Privateview a journey on the road through Emmanuel Monzon and George Jenne’s America. The double-solo inaugurates on 4th November 2017 in Turin, a European premiereTurin, October 9, 2017 - The journey proceeds through the American figurative language of Privateview Gallery, which again proposes two new artists to the European scene. The double-solo exhibition of photographer Emmanuel Monzon and of video-artist George Jenne, split between both floors of the gallery walls, inaugurates on November 4, in Turin for the night of Contemporary Arts. ‘Urban Sprawl’ and 'Come in, strangers’ are two independent exhibits, united by the need to reveal the less popular and stereotypical aspects of American culture, all that is commonly excluded from traditional on the road literature. True America, the suburban America, with all the contradictions and differences that characterize the States; places and imagery that, in a politically correct form, are always excluded from the collective fantasy of the American Dream, pre-packaged for tourists and staged for the glamorous venues.

INTERVIEW: ARTSLANT- LA

This is 5 Questions. Each week, we send five questions to an artist featured in Under the Radar, our weekly email highlighting the best art on the ArtSlant network. This week we seek answers from Emmanuel Monzon.

REVIEW YOUTUBE: VIDEO

SHOW: HUMAN/NATURE

8th Annual Juried Exhibition at Gallery 110, Seattle, WA February 1-24, 2018Juror: Sara Krajewski Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Portland Art MuseumEach year Gallery 110 offers Seattle the unknown and unexpected:

an exhibit of compelling contemporary art work, chosen by a juror with ties to the artistic community of the Pacific northwest, selected from submissions from artists from around the world. Previous jurors have included Scott Lawrimore (former curator at the Frye Art Museum and currently Director of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery), Maiza Hixson (Curator, Santa Barbara Museum of Art), and Catharina Manchanda (curator of modern and contemporary art, Seattle Art Museum).Juror: Gallery 110 honored by the crucial participation of this year’s Juror, Sara Krajewski, the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Portland Museum of Art. Prior to Portland, Krajewski was the director of the INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts) galleries at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Seattle locals will remember Ms. Krajewski in her eight-year role as curator for the University of Washington’s Henry Art Gallery, where she organized nearly 40 exhibitions of contemporary art and photography. In 2014, Krajewski was recognized as an emerging leader by the Leadership Institute of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries.


FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS INTERNATIONAL CONTEST


PUBLICATION: FISHEYE MAGAZINE

Emmanuel Monzon currently lives in Seattle, United States. He considers himself a painter, using photography as a means of transition. ‘I am either one of them, I am a photographer who paints, or a painter using photography’ , he explains..[more website]


PUBLICATION: LA STAMPA (ITALY)

“Urban Sprawl” di Emmanuel Monzon e “Come in, stranger” di George Jenne, doppia personale a cura di Mauro Piredda. LA MOSTRA - Prosegue il viaggio attraverso il linguaggio figurativo americano della galleria Privateview che propone ancora una volta due artisti inediti alla scena europea. La doppia personale del fotografo Emmanuel Monzon e del videoartista George Jenne, suddivisa tra i due piani della galleria, inaugura il 4 novembre a Torino in occasione della notte delle arti contemporanee. “Urban Sprawl” e “Come in, stranger” sono due mostre indipendenti, accomunate dall'esigenza di rivelare gli aspetti meno popolari e stereotipati della cultura americana, tutto quello che comunemente viene escluso dalla letteratura tradizionale on the road..........[MORE]

SELECTION: CHROMATIC AWARDS

Chromatic Awards is an international competition of color photography

Honorable Mention: Fine Art - Emmanuel Monzon, United States
URBAN SPRAWL - EMPTINESS

EXHIBITION:  GALLERY Z22 ( DEUTSCHLAND) -Professional Photography Challenge

In collaboration with ARTWISTA, GALERIE Z22 presents the winners of the 2017 PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE.

Gallery Z22 is one of the first galleries, that has acquired photo artists through Instagram. Together with the art platform ARTWISTA by Igor Roman, the gallery offers as a prize an exhibition in its rooms.


SELECTION/EXHIBITION: LENSCULTURE -The 20 Photographers in Our Winter Print Show!

We’re thrilled to present the 20 photographers who will have their work exhibited at Klompching Gallery in New York City this winter. In putting together this show, the directors of the gallery, Debra Klomp Ching and Darren Ching, carefully reviewed submissions from our international community of photographers before narrowing their selection to these 20 works. The diverse selection showcases an inspiring range of approaches to contemporary photography, made by talented image-makers from all over the world. The group exhibition will launch with an opening reception at Klompching Gallery on December 13.

The selection of 20 images was made both on the basis of their individual strengths and the delicate interplay between the differing visions. Each of the photographs chosen shows us a unique perspective of the world, while the conversation across the visual approaches offers us an intense, tantalizing slice of the diversity of contemporary photography.

SELECTION: The Biennial Grant: EMMANUEL MONZON, runner up OF THE SEPTEMBER 2017 EDITION

The Biennial Grant Since 2010 The Biennial for Fine Art & Documentary Photography has done an tremendous effort to organize world class exhibitions. Four editions so far -Madrid 2010, Buenos Aires 2012, Malaga 2014, and Berlin 2016- have exhibited 2,060 works of 840 photographers from 83 countries. Now the Biennial evolves to a higher level launching a biannual Grant to be called each year, in May and September.

AWARDS: 2017:NEUTRAL DENSITY PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS CATEGORY PROFESSIONAL: ARCHTECTURE-2ND –SILVER STAR AWARD nd awards 2017:  judges 

Our approach to photography allowed us to create a promotion platform,
where new talents reveal every year. Over the years we have gained a huge credit
of trust among gallery owners, curators, art and media world.

SELECTION: 2017'S BEST STREET PHOTOGRAPHY, SO FAR

500px ISO is home to the best photo stories on the web. We feature the unique, crazy, and beautiful stories behind the photos you see on 500px.

SELECTION: PHOTOGRVPHY GRANT 2017

ABOUT US
PhotogrVphy Grant is a non-profit initiative run by PhotogrVphy Magazine.
Our idea is to evoke artistic activities. Together, we create space to take creative initiatives and promote new trends in photography. We strive to inspire participants to improve their photographic skills and develop their vision. We believe that each participant has potential and talent waiting to be discovered.
PhotogrVphy Grant is a platform that allows you to gain experience and enter the world of professional photography. Artists have the opportunity to push their careers forward and be recognized by art galleries, curators, media, and cultural institutions from all over the world.JURYEntires In Photogvphy Grant will be reviewed by a wide panel of highly acclaimed industry professionals, including: editors, photography agents, publishers and gallery curators.

LINK: JURORS

PUBLICATION/EXHIBITION: FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE

Over the last several weeks, Feature Shoot Founder Alison Zavos and Black Eye Gallery Director Tom Evangelidis have selected 40 images to be part of the exhibition. Black Eye Gallery is dedicated entirely to photography, representing emerging and established artists. Photographers who have exhibited at Black Eye Gallery include Sandro Miller, Ron Haviv, Robin Schwartz, Nick Brandt.

On one hand, there’s Chiara Zonca’s Canary Islands, Fransisca Angela’s Mount Papandayan, Johan Holmquist’s verdant Norway. On the other, Emmanuel Monzon’s Monument Valley-obscuring stop-sign, Bob Scott’s infrared Florida, Ellen Jantzen’s digitally altered New Mexico. Though tiny, the human figure makes appearances in work by Alison Schmitz and Graham White. Right now, landscape photography sits at a critical juncture. These images take us on a journey into the next steps for a genre that’s constantly in flux.

PUBLICATION: CREATIVE BOOM MAGAZINE

Launched in 2009, Creative Boom is an online magazine that celebrates, inspires and supports the creative community.

From graduates, creative professionals and freelancers to independent artists, designers and makers, our audience of half a million monthly readers spans the globe, each using our tips, resources and inspiration to succeed.

With a focus on art, crafts, graphic design, illustration, photography and travel, Creative Boom showcases emerging and established talent, shares recommended resources such as the latest gadgets and books, interviews the brightest and best creatives, delves into people's inspiring workspaces and offers invaluable tips and insight to help you at every stage of your creative career – that's whether you've just graduated, started a new job or launched a new business.

Featured in BBC, The Guardian, The Independent, Swiss Miss, Colossal, My Modern Met, Design Boom, Design Taxi and Fubiz, Creative Boom is your dedicated daily fix for creative tips, inspiration and ideas.

EXHIBITION: PHOTOPLACE GALLERY- The State of America


Our mission. PhotoPlace Gallery’s mission is to support contemporary fine art photography as a means of creative expression and cultural insight. PhotoPlace Gallery sponsors exhibition opportunities through international juried exhibits in Middlebury, Vermont, through our published exhibition catalogs, and on this website.

HONORABLE MENTION

SELECTION: 2017 INTERNATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION

This year’s juror is Philip Brookman, Consulting Curator in the Department of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. and former Senior Curator of Photography and Media Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art. Mr. Brookman has organized exhibitions by celebrated artists such as Eadweard Muybridge, Sally Mann, Emmet Gowin, Robert Frank, Arnold Newman and Danny Lyon and brings a deep understanding and broad appreciation of diverse photographic styles, genres and mediums to CPA’s 2017 International Juried Exhibition.

2017 International Juried ExhibitionCenter for Photographic Art , Carmel, CA

PUBLICATION: LENSCULTURE NETWORK GALLERY

Congratulations –– your work is now featured in the LensCulture Network Gallery! You are among a select group of top photographers selected for our curated gallery that is visible to everyone who visits the LensCulture website. Your work will receive immediate exposure to our international audience of 2.5 million across web, email, social and mobile, you will remain in the gallery for 6 weeks. 

The LensCulture Network is a platform designed to offer committed photographers a place to showcase their work on a global stage and advance in their personal practice. The Gallery below is a curated showcase of the Network members’ latest projects—our editors choose from members’ latest work, whether newly published images or great series that never received their deserved attention. You can find out more information about each image (and each photographer) by clicking below. We hope you discover plenty of work that intrigues and inspires!


PUBLICATION: SUBJECTIVELY OBJECTIVE

Volume 42 – Emmanuel Monzon – Subjectively Objective                                        

$8.00-Free Shipping within the U.S.A.Limited Edition of 65 Numbered Copies

Volume 42 of Subjectively Objective’s Mini Monograph series, featuring Emmanuel Monzon. Limited Edition of just 65 copies, so get yours while supplies last! Also available as part of our Mini Monograph Series Subscription.

  Visit Us – 6841 N Rochester Rd Studio 2A Rochester Hills, MI 48306 Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday / 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.For Inquiries or Appointments – 248 568 1929

EXHIBITION: THE CENTER FOR FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Portfolio ShowCase 10 Exhibition with juror Hannah Frieser

"Each year brings artists, fresh imagery and a new juror together to produce the Center for Fine Art Photography’s Portfolio ShowCase Award and Publication. These annual Call for Entry provides a platform to feature photographers who demonstrate a remarkable commitment to their work and the strength of vision to produce a cohesive series of photographs.

Emmanuel Monzon “is on a path of his own. We imagine him walking the streets in quiet solitude. He observes, peeks around corners and stops in fascination at the most unusual, even banal places. His sense of discovery is infectious. And so we perceive the magic he creates from little more than gray concrete and blue sky as a new revelation. Every door, car or tree is seen in a new way within his mastery of composition and framing. The mystery of a doorway radiating with warm light from within suddenly becomes irresistible. A randomly parked car seems to anchor the world. As we follow along with him past block after block, we can only beg to please keep walking.”

10 Featured Artists: Julie Anand with Damon Sauer, Frank Hamrick, Ben Marcin, Molly McCall, Lisa McCarty, Katie Kalkstein, Tema Stauffer, Emmanuel Monzon, Matthew Hamon and Astrid Reischwitz

Mission Statement | The Center for Fine Art Photography promotes the art of photography by supporting the growth of creative artists through exhibitions and educational programs.


FESTIVAL: PHOTOVILLE, BROOKLYN, NY 2017

PHOTOVILLE is New York City’s FREE premier photo destination. Produced by United Photo Industries, the annual festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community.

Photoville returns for a sixth year, in picturesque Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, from September 13-24, 2017. Once again, Brooklyn Bridge Plaza—located in Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO beneath the majestic span of the Brooklyn Bridge— will be transformed into an immersive photography village populated by 55+ shipping containers repurposed into galleries.

Working with more than 90 curatorial partners, Photoville exhibits work by over 500 visual artists each year. In addition, the festival offers nighttime projection programs, hands-on workshops, an education day for New York City middle and high-school students (proudly supported by the New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment), panel discussions and talks presented next door at St. Ann’s Warehouse, tents with vendors, family-friendly photo activities, publishers and gear demonstrations, a community photo book store run by Red Hook Editions, tintype portraits by the Penumbra Foundation, and a beer garden with a range of food vendors by Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Brewery beers. Photoville is open to the public—all ages, dogs included—free of charge, making it unlike any other photo festival in the world.

Immersion and interactivity are at the heart of what makes Photoville such a successful and popular event, allowing it to become the largest annual photographic event in New York City and among the most-attended photographic events nationwide. Photoville’s fifth edition (2016) in Brooklyn Bridge Park, welcomed over 83,000 visitors.

THE PRINT SWAP

UNITED PHOTO INDUSTRIES

FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE:

"Last year, Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap, a way to connect photographers around the world. The rules are simple: anyone can submit by using the hashtag #theprintswap on Instagram. If your image is selected, it’s printed by the experts at Skink Ink in Brooklyn before being mailed across the world and landing on the doorstep of another winner. Every winning photographer gives a print, and every winning photographer receives a print too. Pieces are mailed out randomly, so it’s always a fun surprise to see who ends up with which print.

Since its inception, The Print Swap has received more than 45,000 submissions. Curators Alison Zavos and Julia Sabot have selected more than 2,500 winning images. Over the past two months, they’ve also considered all incoming submissions and handpicked 65 of them to show at the first ever Print Swap exhibition, opening in September at Photoville at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photoville, the largest annual photography event in New York City and, will include 70+ exhibitions this year, all installed in repurposed shipping containers-turned-galleries."

Issue 02 of Paradise is now available for pre-order. Inside, we have an interview with Leah Frances (@americansquares) where she shares the inspiration behind her ongoing American interiors series, poetry from Walter Bakowski, street photography from Castro Frank that captures hardship and hope, and much more. Thank you to everyone involved in the making of this issue – the full list is available below:

Aryan Navid-Maela Ohana-Walter Bakowski-Santi Xercavins-Moritz Wahl-Stephen Langlois-Predrag Djulinac-Stefan Jovanovic
Ulysses Lizarraga-Lauren Camarata-Miguel Pazo-*Laurent Laporte (front cover)-Alex LeGolvan-Steven Mazzola + Coline Munier (IGO Studio)-Aaron Chapman-Kale Van Reekum-Andrew Albright-Molly Flores-David Slegers-Leah Frances-Retha Ferguson
Casey Bennett-Emmanuel Monzon-Shane Lennon-David Rothenberg-Connor Lee-Castro Frank.

https://paradisemagazine.us/

EXHIBITION: BLACK BOX GALLERY: PHOTO SHOOT 2017

Photo Shoot: 2017: Juried by: Todd Johnson

October 1-20, 2017-Opening Reception Friday October 6, 6-8:00

Black Box Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography. Black Box’s juried international photo shows provide important opportunities for emerging and established photographers. Black Box supports and encourages the creative production, exhibition and critical appreciation of contemporary photography.

Each month Black Box hosts a juried photography exhibition on a different photograhic theme. The gallery provides free printing, matting and framing for all of our photographers who are juried into the exhibition. This allows the gallery to provide a consistent aesthetic during our group show programming throughout the year. The gallery is committed to supporting and promoting a thoughtfully curated visual photographic experience for our photographers and our audience.

Black Box also catalogs and archives all of our group photography exhibitions into our flat file at the gallery after the exhibition. This also allows the gallery to continue to promote our photographers to local curators, collectors, and the general viewing public.

PUBLICATION: C 41 MAGAZINE

Seeking a poetic aesthetic through the silent, desolate American landscape

ABOUT  

C 41 Magazine is a Milan-based magazine of contemporary photography from all over the world. We’re interested in lifestyle, fashion, design, outdoors, and community photography to be found in still and moving picture. Through our viewers’ lenses, we tell the stories.




GUP MAGAZINE: TAKEOVER-EMPTINESS 

Mission
GUP Magazine, an international authoritative publication on photography, connecting its communities with the sharpest conceptual photography, the latest photo books, and compelling writings about the contemporary world of photography.
As an overall platform for photography we publish four premium print issues a year, deliver daily online content, and produce self-initiated book publications.
GUP Magazine is an x publishers publication

Guide to Unique Photography
Since 2005

GUP MAGAZINE

PUBLICATION/SELECTION: FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE

65 Photos from The Print Swap Are Coming to Photoville!

15 Exhibitions, Panels, & Events You Shouldn’t Miss at Photoville 2017

Feature Shoot showcases the work of international emerging and established photographers who are transforming the medium through compelling, cutting-edge projects. With contributing writers from all over the world and a wide range of interests, we feature contemporary work in all genres of photography: fine art, documentary, portrait, still life, landscape and more. We believe that photography is a powerful mode of storytelling, and share works that have a strong narrative vision. Started in 2008 by Alison Zavos, Feature Shoot has now amassed an archive of over 4,000 posts of exceptional photography from around the globe.

FEATURED BY iGNANT MAGAZINE

WEBSITE

About | iGNANT.com

iGNANT is an award-winning online magazine featuring the finest in art, design, photography, fashion and architecture. We are passionate about bringing you a curated selection of the most captivating work from both established creatives as well as emerging talents. In addition to publishing inspirational projects from around the world, iGNANT produces its own unique editorial features on the cutting edge of contemporary culture that include interviews, studio visits, travel stories and more.

Since its launch in 2007, iGNANT has steadily built up a global readership of creative professionals, thought leaders and tastemakers, attracting more than 500,000 visitors and 1.6 million pageviews per month.

In 2011, iGNANT won the ‘Golden Lead Award’ in the category ‘Weblog of the Year’ and was also nominated for the ‘Grimme Online Award’.

SELECTION: International Photography Awards

HONORABLE MENTION

OUR MISSION: To salute the achievements of the world’s finest photographers, to discover new and emerging talent, and to promote the appreciation of photography.

The International Photography Awards™ conducts an annual competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today.

SELECTION: DOTPHOTOZINE

I am honored to announce the winner of the 2017 Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography is Lars Anderson. The runners up to the award are Tami Bahat and Jessica Caitlin. Their work is published in the physical magazine, a link to which is available on our homepage.

Thomas McGovern
Editor in Chief

Dot was founded in 2011 by the CSUSB Photo Club; dot is dedicated to showcasing the very best photography and related material from the students and recent alumni of California State University, San Bernardino.

FEATURED BY SOMEWHERE MAGAZINE IG

Somewhere is an online lifestyle magazine based in Stockholm, Sweden, with a focus on Photography, fashion, film, travel and design.


PUBLICATION: FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE

18 New Topographics Photos That Could Have Been Made in the 1970s

.."The Print Swap includes work across all genres, and we sorted through the archive to put together this online group show, inspired by the historic 1975 exhibition New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York.

The famous exhibition included work by Stephen Shore, Robert Adams, Frank Gohlke, Lewis Baltz, Nicolas Nixon, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, John Schott, and Henry Wessel, Jr. At the time, some people “got” it. Many did not. “What I remember most clearly was that nobody liked it,” Gohlke told the LA Times thirty-five years later, “I think it wouldn’t be too strong to say that it was a vigorously hated show.”

These photographers had chosen subjects that were not by any means extraordinary. They photographed motels, American suburban sprawl, industrial sites– places few people found beautiful or interesting. They actively defied the conventions of romantic, sublime landscape photography. “Some people found it unutterably boring,” Gohlke explained, “Some people couldn’t believe we were serious, taking pictures of this stuff.”...

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FEATURED BY RENTAL MAGAZINE


FEATURED BY SOMEWHERE MAGAZINE

Somewhere is an online lifestyle magazine based in Stockholm, Sweden, with a focus on Photography, fashion, film, travel and design.

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LENSCULTURE NETWORK GALLERY

Congratulations –– your work is now featured in the LensCulture Network Gallery! You are among a select group of top photographers selected for our curated gallery that is visible to everyone who visits the LensCulture website. Your work will receive immediate exposure to our international audience of 2.5 million across web, email, social and mobile, you will remain in the gallery for 6 weeks.

The LensCulture Network is a platform designed to offer committed photographers a place to showcase their work on a global stage and advance in their personal practice. The Gallery below is a curated showcase of the Network members’ latest projects—our editors choose from members’ latest work, whether newly published images or great series that never received their deserved attention. You can find out more information about each image (and each photographer) by clicking below. We hope you discover plenty of work that intrigues and inspires!

FEATURED BY OF THE AFTERNOON MAGAZINE

About - Of the Afternoon                                                      

Of the Afternoon is a platform which aims to celebrate and inspire.

Launched in 2012, Of the Afternoon started out as a one-off printed publication before quickly expanding into a bi-annual print magazine which was distributed throughout 21 countries.

Since our inception, we’ve built a loyal and highly-engaged audience across our social media channels, as well as a consistently growing magazine readership. This resulted in partnerships with brands such as Squarespace, WeTransfer, Stocksy and Olympus, as well as international art fairs such as Paris Photo, Art Istanbul and Unseen Amsterdam.

There’s lots planned for Of the Afternoon’s future, including a range of published books as well as a series of events; always with the goal of sharing the very best of photography, art & visual culture in an accessible way.

http://www.oftheafternoon.com/


PHOTOPLACE GALLERY

Black and White Juror: Jennifer Schlesinger

Gallery exhibition: July 12 – August 12, 2017
3 Park Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
PHONE: 802.388.4500
[email protected]

About Us

Our mission. PhotoPlace Gallery’s mission is to support contemporary fine art photography as a means of creative expression and cultural insight. PhotoPlace Gallery sponsors exhibition opportunities through international juried exhibits in Middlebury, Vermont, through our published exhibition catalogs, and on this website.


LENSCULTURE MAGAZINE

Urban Sprawl: Emptiness

The American landscape is vast, inspiring, filled with drama and beauty—but also a whole lot of nothing. These photographs explore the places in-between.

Photographs and text by Emmanuel Monzon

LensCulture is a global online platform celebrating trends of photography in art, media, politics and popular culture worldwide. Discover the best—Description de l’entrepriseLensCulture is one of the largest destinations for curated, contemporary photography from around the world. We are committed to discovering and promoting the best of the global photography community, continually seeking new work from every continent and from diverse points of view: documentary, fine art, photojournalism, street photography, conceptual, portrait, landscape, and more. The Guardian named LensCulture “One of the most authoritative and wide-ranging sites”.

Our mission is simple: expose the best in contemporary photography to the largest audience possible. We believe talented photographers deserve access to exposure that can lead to valuable, career-building opportunities.


INTERVIEW: A.L.U. MAGAZINE

It was about this certain tranquillity and the clear compositions, which caught my eye. While looking at the photographs it seemed that I could stand like this forever. Being astonished by the methodical perfection of the texture, form and colour the artwork of Emmanuel Monzons somehow embodies both: human loneliness and the urban American culture. Trained as a painter at les Beaux-Arts in Paris, Monzon verifies that there is no judgement in his artwork. Still there are some subtle feelings emerging from his mindful arrangements of forms and colours. Luckily Emmanuel had some minutes for us, so we could ask himself....more website

The 2nd Charles Dodgson Black & White Award

Juried by Chris Walker

This second edition of the annual Black & White Competition, The Charles Dodgson Award, named after the author of Alice in Wonderland, also known as Lewis Carroll, received 750 entries from 37 countries.
When selecting Haim Blumenblat, with Winter Conversation, from the Cityscapes and Street Photography category, as the overall winner, Juror Chris Walker said: ‘It’s simple, beautiful, but not exotic – opportunities such as this exist everywhere. Our world is a beautiful place – and photographers need to understand they don’t have to be on the other side of it to make interesting photographs!'

Official Entry:
LensCulture Magnum Photography Awards 2017

Congratulations! One of the photos you entered has been selected by our editors to be featured in the LensCulture Magnum Photography Awards 2017 Competition Gallery, visible to everyone who visits the website. The Competition Gallery is a highly curated group of images selected by our editors to showcase only the best photos from entrants, so this is great news.


From Gallery Charbon Art Space

We are very pleased to announce that several photographs of Emmanuel Monzon have been acquired yesterday at CHARBON by Mister Karlheinz Essl, owner and artisan of the most important collection of contemporary art in Austria and founder of the ESSL Museum. Thank you Mr Essl, and congratulations to the artist!

Very honored to be part of the ESSL’ Collection. Thank you very much Mr Karlheinz Essl for your support! It means a lot to me.

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

French visual artist Emmanuel Monzon explores urban sprawl in his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.

Called “Enter the Void”, the show, at Charbon art space from February 25 until March 25, focuses on the US city of Seattle where Monzon is based.The images, both bleak and beautiful, depict a perfect balance of photographic composition paired with muted tones.“This aesthetic of the emptiness in my photographic work attempts to understand our current environment – can it be one of de-civilisation,” asks Monzon, a graduate of the prestigious Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

Monzon focuses primarily on the idea of urban sprawling and urban expansion.

Kylie Knott

PUBLICATION: BE ART MAGAZINE LOS ANGELES

ULTIMATE ARTIST: Emmanuel Monzon steals in-between moments

by Beatrice Chassepot

About be-Art Magazine (bAm) is an independent high-quality-only magazine committed to providing articles, images or videos on selected exhibitions and artworks. be-Art magazine also offers a rigorous selection of Artists, Art Fairs, Galleries and Museums.


The Prix de la Photographie Paris :

Prize: Gold in Book (series Only) / Fine Art

(P×3) strives to promote an appreciation of photography, discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris. The Paris Photography Prize was founded in 2007, and has since become one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe.

The Best of "Prix de la Photographie Paris Awards 2017" | The competition is juried by top international decision-makers in the photography industry: Carol Johnson, Curator of Photography of Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Mark Heflin, Director of American Illustration + American Photography, New York; Alice Gabriner, World Picture Editor of Time Magazine, New York, Natalie Johnson, Features Editor of Digital Photographer Magazine, London; Photo Editor of Corriere della Sera Magazine, Italy; Arnaud Adida, Director of Acte 2 Gallery/Agency, Paris; Jeannette Mariani, Director of 13 Sévigné Gallery, Paris; Bernard Utudjian, Director of Galerie Polaris, Paris – among others.





145 Minimal Photos Find Magic In the Mundane. FEATURE SHOOT MAGAZINE

Mixed Sign  A mixed stories about the design

International Contest Honouring Fine Art Photography: FAPA AWARDS 2017/2018

Architecture 1ST PLACE WINNER  Open Theme 2ND PLACE WINNER

Travel NOMINEE Night Photography NOMINEE



PUBLICATION:  THISISN'THAPPINESS

I don’t want to go where I’m going I just want to leave where I am, Emmanuel Monzon

SHOP -ABOUT -Instagram -Twitter -Facebook -Google+-Pinterest

“My favorite example of the quintessential Tumblr … Great sensibility here, always surprising.”
New York Times
“A Tumblr You NEED To Follow”
The Huffington Post



PUBLICATION: PAPER WENWEIPO

繪畫攝影師Emmanuel Monzon「無人」作品窺探人之蹤跡




INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

FIRST PLACE WINNER - Architecture: Cityscapes

Thank you so much CHARBON ART SPACE for the incredible work you did with this exhibition. Special thanks Lalie and Team.

thank you for your support:

Caroline Ha Thuc: Specialized in Asian contemporary art, she contributes to different magazines such as ArtPress in France and Pipeline/Am Post in Hong Kong.

Maurice Benayoun (MoBen, 莫奔). (thank you for your support! and dedicace! :-) )

About:
“Artist, theorist and curator,  is a pioneering figure in the field of New Media Art. Prof. Benayoun’s work freely explores the boundaries of media, encompassing video and virtual reality, interactive, mobile, urban media and large-scale public art installation...

Anne DENIS-BLANCHARDON - Conseillère de coopération et d'action culturelle-Consul (Culture, Education & Science)

alexandre colliex: Fondation Alberto et Annette Giacometti, Centre Pompidou, Conseil Régional des Pays de la Loire.



Thank you Shiobane for your performance!
“The beautiful Shiobane graces the Charbon Arts Space in Aberdeen with her beautiful moves. "video: @hkeldcom




INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Fine Art: Landscapes (PROFESSIONAL) - HONORABLE MENTION



LENSCULTURE

Your submission was among the top-rated entries in the Exposure Awards 2017. This is an impressive accomplishment and an indication of the strength of your work given the record number of submissions we received.




INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Fine Art: Conceptual (PROFESSIONAL) - HONORABLE MENTION

PUBLICATION:

ABOUT AINT–BAD

Aint–Bad is an independent publisher of new photographic art. Founded in Savannah, Georgia, the collective is dedicated to publishing contemporary photography and text to support a progressive community of artists from around the world through online web features, printed periodicals, monographs, and exhibitions. INSTAGRAM

EXHIBITION:  Black and White: 2017

Black Box Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography. Black Box’s juried international photo shows provide important opportunities for emerging and established photographers. Black Box supports and encourages the creative production, exhibition and critical appreciation for contemporary photography.

PUBLICATION LEKKER MAGAZINE

About Us Lekker is a Dutch word meaning all things nice, pleasant and appealing.Lekker Magazine aims to inspire and inform others about those who inspire us, namely in the photographic format. We are constant in our search not only for interesting photography, but also for interesting photographers and places to photograph.Stylistically our areas of interest lay within minimalism, geometry, colour and atmosphere.Lekker Magazine.

RAYKO PHOTO CENTER SF AWARD:

We also wanted to congratulate you and let you know that you will be recieving the “Top Post” prize, which is the grand prize for this competition.

exhibition January 17th - 23rd in our gallery located in the SOMA arts district in San Francisco

IG JURORS from PHROOM Magazine: PHROOM is a contemporary fine-art photography journal that works to create a photographic collection and representation of the contemporary world. Through their visual research they select and present projects from all over the world.

IG JURORS from NOICE Mag: NOICE. is a publication and platform for photographers that have a very meticulous and minimal style. While they do produce print and physical materials, the majority of their curated content and material is on instagram, making their contributions to the photographic community contemporary.



PHOTOVOGUE  Portfolio

PUBLICATION:

New Landscape Photography presents contemporary art from around the world that explores the natural and built environments.  I am most interested in work that considers the interactions between the two. New Landscape Photography was founded in 2010 and is published every Thursday.

SELECTION: The Independent photographer ‘OPEN CALL’ theme competition!

Your image will also be featured in The Independent Photographer 2017 Talent of the Year photobook.

At the end of the year all competition winners and finalists will have their selected work exhibited and presented in our annual exhibition in Berlin.

– The Judge: Loulou d’Aki

Loulou d’Aki is a Swedish documentary photographer specializing on the influence of borders, the idea of freedom and how human beings are affected by the society in which they live. Over years of professional experience she has been published in magazines such as Le Monde, Die Zeit, the New York Times, TIMES, NY Magazine, Internazionale…

PUBLICATION: Shutters in the Night (SITN)

showcases breathtaking night photography from around the world, plus thoughtful posts and inspiring interviews from the talents behind the lenses. We aim to be the community hub where night photography enthusiasts gather and connect, as well as a place to celebrate and spread incredible nighttime images.

BEST NINE PHOTOGRAPHERS 2016 LIFE FRAMER

LIFE FRAMER: JURY
Here’s are just a few of the fantastic emerging photographers whose work we’ve had the honour of sharing over the last year.

Sandra Mehl, Yasmin Mund (@yasmin_mund), Estiaan (@adriaanlab), Andy N Smith (@andys_eyes), Colin Kopp (@imakopp), Emmanuel Monzon (@emmanuelmonzonphotography), Gustavo Minas (@gustavominas), Alesia Gudkova (@4tness) and Dagmar van Weeghel (@dvanweeghel).

Life Framer has become a world-renowned platform for discovering and exhibiting contemporary photography. It is an independent community and photography competition of artistic integrity that promotes and champions creative culture on and offline.

Past editions of the award were a celebration of creativity and ambition. We supported artists from over 35 countries to present their work through exhibitions in London, Paris, Rome, Los Angeles and Switzerland, and numerous print and online outlets like GUP, F-Stop, Photography Monthly and Urbanautica.

The Center for Fine Art Photography

Congratulations, your work has been selected for the Portfolio ShowCase 10 Exhibition. Hannah Frieser has selected an exhibition of 10 phenomenal bodies of work.

JUROR | Hannah Frieser

About Hannah Frieser          

Hannah Frieser has curated and organized exhibitions with leading contemporary photographers such as Pipo Nguyen-duy, Kanako Sasaki, Angelika Rinnhofer, Alexander Gronsky, and Shen Wei, as well as traveling exhibitions and art projects for Suzanne Opton, Adam Magyar and Barry Anderson. Her essays have been featured in publications such as Contact Sheet, Nueva Luz, Chinese Photography Magazine and in monographs for artists such as Susan kae Grant and David Taylor.

PUBLICATION PHOTOGRIST PHOTO MAGAZINE

For a good online gallery of photography, look no further than Photogrist.com. The curators of this online photo magazine have done well in setting up this breathtaking virtual collection of artistic imagery. They are visibly selective of the content that they receive as submissions. Photogrist is regularly updated to showcase fresh content, which is arranged on the landing page in a Pinterest-style grid – with the latest content at the top. Each thumbnail is accompanied by a headline and short excerpt of the artist biography.



Thank you Vincent Delerm to have mentioned me in his interview in

French Newspaper Libération (Saturday 10 Dec)

thank you again !
..great support!! Vincent Delerm officiel

SELECTION LIFE FRAMER: SIX CONTINENTS

The theme was judged by Patrick di Nola, Head of Reportage at Getty Images and Co-Founder and Director of Verbatim Agency – representing some of the best photojournalists in the world.

Your image was shortlisted in the top 20 images for Life Framer theme 9: Six Continents.

PUBLICATION: PHROOM MAGAZINE

PHROOM, founded and curated by Giangiacomo Cirla, is an online exhibition space dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography. Through our visual research we select and present the best projects from all over the world.

We work to create an artistic place and a photographic collection, representation of the contemporary world.

PHROOM-Milano – Italy

ND AWARDS ANNUAL PRESTIGIOUS PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

  • ND Awards 2016
  • Fine Art

ND AWARDS ANNUAL PRESTIGIOUS PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

  • ND Awards 2016
  • Fine Art
  • Honorable Mention

9TH ANNUAL POLLUX AWARDS

FINALISTS FINE ART : EMMANUEL MONZON, USA. Series Urban Sprawl Emptiness Wall.

featureshootCongratulations to photographer Emmanuel Monzon (@emmanuelmonzonphotography), whose image ‘Urban Sprawl Las Vegas’ has been selected to be a part of Feature Shoot’s 2nd Print Swap! The Print Swap is a chance for photographers to collect art and engage with one another around the globe. 100 winners will be chosen by Feature Shoot Founder Alison Zavos to both give and receive a print.

About Us

Feature Shoot showcases the work of international emerging and established photographers who are transforming the medium through compelling, cutting-edge projects. With contributing writers from all over the world and a wide range of interests, we feature contemporary work in all genres of photography: fine art, documentary, portrait, still life, landscape and more. In addition to running daily posts about new and ongoing photographic series, we also run exclusive interviews with artists, themed group shows and reviews of current exhibitions.

The desk of Alison Zavos, Founder and Editor-in-Chief 

LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017

Emmanuel Monzon   United States

Support this photographer by sharing this entry on Facebook!

About LensCulture              

For almost 10 years, LensCulture has become one of the most authoritative resources for contemporary photography. We have been committed to discovering and promoting the best of the global photography community. We look for exciting work from every continent, and from diverse points of view: documentary, fine art, nature, photojournalism, activism, street photography, sports, fashion, poetic, personal, abstract and human. LensCulture International Exposure Awards, now in their fifth year, are granted yearly to discover, reward, and promote talented, new, emerging and established photographers and multimedia creators from around the world.

This Fall, we are launching an expanded LensCulture Network to actively connect photographers, artists, galleries, publishers, schools, agencies, media, festivals, critics, curators, collectors, editors, students — anyone and everyone involved in contemporary photography.

This new platform will enable photographers and arts professionals from around the world to engage with each other, and with the public, to share their own passions, insights and discoveries. We hope you will become an active participant in the LensCulture community!

“One of the most authoritative andwide-ranging sites.”          

“The Best Photography Websites, Publications and Galleries”

Nov 2012 “A definitive resource for anyone who wants to keep up with the latest trends and debates in contemporary photography.”          

“The 10 Best Photography Sites”




ArtSlant Awards:

  9th 2016 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner in the photography Category

                        URBAN SPRAWL LAS VEGAS -EMPTINESS

LACDA LOS ANGELES

The Los Angeles Center For Digital Art is dedicated to the propagation of all forms of digital art, new media, digital video art, net art, digital sculpture, interactive multimedia, and the vast panorama of hybrid forms of art and technology that constitute our moment in culture. We are committed to supporting local, international, emerging and established artists through exposure in our gallery.

Publication: MAGAZINE  | | |  PHOTOGRAPHY IN RESPONSE TO MUSIC

About Sound Vision

SOUND VISION  brings compelling conceptual photography to fans of insanely good imagery and to anyone fascinated by visual interpretations of music.

SOUND VISION  is a new independent print magazine based in the UK. We see our quarterly magazine as a way to inspire and be inspired. Its goal is to celebrate exceptionally creative photographers, showcasing outstanding photography that is inspired by MUSIC .> Each issue features photography that has been inspired by a theme song .> The current issue’s theme song is “Heaven Scent (Prayer to Saint Therese) by Soulwax featuring Chloe Sevigny.

VIRIDIAN GALLERY NEW YORK

Director’s Choice
“FROM VIRTUAL TO ACTUAL 5″
Curated by Vernita Nemec

September 27- October 15, 2016
opening reception Thursday, September 29, 6-8pm

Chelsea NY: Viridian Artists is pleased to present ” Director’s Choice: From Virtual To Actual 5″, art from the powerpoint presentation of our 26th International Juried Competition. Curated by Vernita Nemec, this exhibit brings the actual art of that virtual presentation to the gallery walls. The exhibit continues from   September 27- October 15, 2016 with an opening reception Thursday, September 29, 6-8PM.

PUBLICATION: Majestigal Magazine

Majestigal was created as a creative and innovative magazine platform. We aim to encourage the new generation of trendsetters to be bold, intellectual and different. Starting as initial as a blog Majestigal has grown into a community of forward thinking creatives, who showcase their work on our platform. We take pride in being unconventional and kicking some ass!

FOUNDER AND EDITOR :Melissa Dewar:Instagram (@melissa_dewar)

NOICE MAGAZINE

About

Noice is a publication and platform for photographers that have a very meticulous style when it comes to minimalism. Line, color, comic material and the understanding that less is much, much more. We print limited run zines and t-shirts as well. Super clean, super simple.

A lot of our material is on Instagram. For those that are familiar with it, we do Instagram takeovers periodically which is embedded in our color theme jive that we do. If this interests you, feel free to contact us with the information below.

PHOTO PLACE GALLERY -DC USA

EXHIBITION: MAN IN THE LANDSCAPE

Gallery exhibition: October 5 – October 28, 2016

BLACK BOX GALLERY PORTLAND

EXHIBITION

Color Burst: Contemporary Photography Juried by: Todd Johnson August 1-20, 2016

EXHIBITION PHOTO 16

ABOUT MULTIPLE EXPOSURES GALLERY.

Founded in 1985, Multiple Exposures Gallery represents the work of photographers recognized for excellence in contemporary fine art photography, including landscapes, figurative studies, documentary photography, still life, conceptual, abstract, and alternative processes.

PUBLICATION AND TAKEOVER: LOVZINE

Independent magazine celebrating the beauty

LOVzine is a way to perceive art. LOVzine is a way to perceive life. LOVzine is the attempt to perceive the whole existence like an artistic process and, at the same time, like a piece, a total ongoing work of art. 

PhotoPlace Gallery: A Sense of Place. Gallery exhibition: September 7 to September 30

About the Juror:

Jane Fulton Alt’s photographs explore universal issues of humanity and the non–material. She is the three-time winner of Photolucida’s Critical Mass for her Katrina and Burn portfolios, recipient of the 2007 Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award, and multiple Ragdale Foundation Fellowships. She has authored two books; Look and Leave: Photographs and Stories of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward, and The Burn. Her Crude Awakening portfolio was published worldwide.

Exhibition:  Framed: Landscape and Architecture-Juried by: Chris Bennett

June 1-20, 2016-Opening Reception Friday June 3, 6-8:00

Black Box Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography. Black Box’s juried international photo shows provide important opportunities for emerging and established photographers.

AXS: Experience Portland Oregon: 5 best   photography galleries in Portland

Black Box Photography Gallery

The Black Box Gallery located at 811 E. Burnside in Portland, Oregon, is photography gallery dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary photography. Supporting and encouraging creative production, Blackbox Gallery features and the works of both emerging and established photographers and their works. Blackbox Gallery holds a monthly juried exhibition on different themes. It also provides free printing, framing, matting for all photographers who are juried in exhibitions. This is a real boon for a photographer who might otherwise be unable to participate in juried exhibits.

Black Box photographers include local photographers and those coming from as far away as Russia, Germany, Japan, New York, Chicago, London, San Francisco, Korea, Iceland, Los Angeles, Australia, China, Houston,Texas, Seattle, Washington, and others locations.The gallery is dedicated to supporting and promoting a thoughtfully curated visual photographic experience as a gallery, for the representative photographers and guests and the community

LIFE FRAMER

“OPEN CALL” – Announcing the winners

We’re delighted to present the results of our latest open call for entries! There was no explicit theme or lead and you were free to investigate everything, and to capture anything.  The theme was judged by Katherine Oktober Matthews -the Chief Editor for GUP Magazine, an international quarterly print publication and online platform for art photography, where she has worked as a contributing writer since 2011.

PHOTOPLACE GALLERY:Black and White 2016 Juror: Dean Brierly

Gallery exhibition: August 10 to September 2, 2016

About Us

Our mission. PhotoPlace Gallery’s mission is to support contemporary fine art photography as a means of creative expression and cultural insight. PhotoPlace Gallery sponsors exhibition opportunities through international juried exhibits in Middlebury, Vermont, through our published exhibition catalogs, and on this website.

Exhibition:  USA: LACDA SALON ELECTRON - LOS ANGELES

The Top 10 Photography Galleries In LA

Daren DeFrankUpdated: 19 May 2016

Photography as an art form is a relatively new medium. Though there is some evidence of earlier attempts, photography didn’t really come into focus until the 1800s by creating durable images with light and film. Photography has the unique ability to suspend a moment instantly. Subsequently it can then transform viewers back to the time and place the photo was shot. It also allows the viewer to experience what the artist was seeing through his or her eyes. The lens grants artists the power to create their own vision in hard copy. With the ability to capture the entire world, there’s a lot of photography to see. Here are the ten best photo galleries in Los Angeles.

The Top 10 Photography Galleries In LA Los Angeles Center for Digital Art

The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art is located in the area known as gallery row. The center focuses on digital art in the contemporary area. Dedicated to spreading photography, new media, video, and interactive media, the center encapsulates the forward-thinking blend of using science to create art. This hybrid is the basis of photography itself. The center has an ongoing array of exhibits in the gallery and is known to include international works. However the space is also dedicated to supporting the local community art scene by giving exposure to Los Angeles area artists. Outside of the LACDA space, they are involved with curating digital exhibits at institutions and festivals.

Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, 104 East Fourth Street, Los Angeles, CA, USA +1 213 629 1102

SELECTION: Dave Bown Projects is pleased to announce the results of the 12th Semiannual Competition which was curated by Kathleen Goncharov, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art; Irene Hofmann, Director and Chief Curator, SITE Santa Fe; Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston from submissions that were received from artists from approximately 40 countries. This competition features images of the work of 25 visual artists.

Selection Center Forward: Open Theme with Jurors Aline Smithson & Hamidah Glasgow

September 2 - October 1, 2016

JURORS | Aline Smithson & Hamidah Glasgow

Aline Smithson is a celebrated photographer, educator, and founder of, Lenscratch, ranked in the top 10 photography related blogs by Wired.com. Hamidah Glasgow is the Executive Director of The Center for Fine Art Photography.

HONORS | AWARDS

An international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and other advocates of fine art photography will view the chosen artist’s work throughout the exhibition. Each participant is included in the Center’s Main Gallery exhibition in Fort Collins, Colorado and Online Gallery exhibition.

Takeover for Float Photo Magazine

Float magazine was launched in March 2014 with the first issue "Into the Wild". Float was created by Dana Stirling & Yoav Friedlander in the hopes of creating a new, fresh and young look at today's Photography scene. Using the online relm of art and expression, we are able to showcase young artist from all over the world in a virtual space of the magazine in addition to online portfolios, Instagram takeovers and online exhibitions.

Float magazine is a non-profit magazine. We are based in Queens NYC.

FISH EYE MAGAZINE (FRENCH)

Emmanuel Monzon

Diplomé des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Emmanuel Monzon vit aujourd’hui à Seattle, aux États-Unis. Un pays qui l’inspire et qu’il explore sans relâche, pour nous dévoiler de beaux clichés marqués par l’absence et les lignes de la route à perte de vue.

ABOUT

Fisheye est un magazine de photo qui parle de société.
Fisheye est un magazine de société qui parle de photo.
Fisheye est un magazine spécialisé
mais pas un magazine de spécialistes.
Fisheye ne s´adresse pas aux photographes,
il´adresse au Hommes qui font des images.
Fisheye est un grand angle.
Il questionne tout par la photo,
il questionne la photo, partout


PUBLICATION:  POOL RESOURCES MAGAZINE.

Pool Resources is a web-based publication that seeks to create a transitive dialogue within the art community. It began as an idea back in 2012, when the creators still lived in the same state. When they moved away from one another, they used this project, and continue to, for conversations about art in today's context.

With an emphasis on photography and writing, a literal and figurative change is communicated. Each artist has a distinctive way of conveying time through his or her environments, whether it is with a picture or text. With the belief of the notion of impermanence, Pool Resources strives to showcase vernacular works in a manner that is probing and edifying.

Using Format