Monday, June 25, 2018

London: Dorothea Lange / Vanessa Winship A photography double bill

An incredible exhibition not to be missed in London at The Barbican Center!
June 22 - September 2, 2018

A double bill of exhibitions featuring pioneering documentary photographer and visual activist, Dorothea Lange, and award-winning contemporary photographer, Vanessa Winship.

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing is the first UK retrospective of American photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965). Lange was a powerful woman of unparalleled vigour and resilience. Using her camera as a political tool to shine a light on cruel injustices, Lange went on to become a founding figure of documentary photography.

Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds is the first major UK solo exhibition of contemporary photographer and recipient of the prestigious Henri Cartier-Bresson prize in 2011, Vanessa Winship. This much overdue exhibition showcases over 150 photographs, uncovering the fragile nature of our landscape and society and exploring how memory leaves its mark.

Find more information and buy your tickets: HERE

The Winners of Photobookfest Dummy Contest 2018

The winner of Photobookfest Dummy contest 2018 was announced at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography on 1st June. Andrey Ivanov’s photobook «Go there I don’t know where, take a picture of that I don’t know what» was selected by a Russian and international jury.

Andrey Ivanov about his work: «When I became a parent, I had an idea to make a photographic book for children. I started to photograph subjects and images of Russian fairy tales. At first it was a series of purely staged photos but then I noticed that some of the documentary photos found fit perfectly into this fabulous series».

 More information: HERE


Friday, June 22, 2018

Meridel Rubenstein Book Signin Event Friday July 13th, 2018

PHOTO-EYE Bookstore + Project Space

Friday, July 13, 5 – 6:30 PM

photo-eye Bookstore’s Project Space is proud to welcome Meridel Rubenstein for a book
signing on Friday, July 13th from 5 – 6:30pm. Rubenstein will be signing copies of her latest monograph, Eden Turned on Its Side, published by the University of New Mexico Art Museum. photo-eye is also pleased to have copies of Rubenstein’s out-of-print 2004 publication Belonging: Los Alamos to Vietnam available for signing and purchase as well.
Earlier that morning, Rubenstein will be speaking at the Tech and The West Initiative at the New Mexico History Museum at 10:30 am, and will have two mixed media installations, Oppenheimer’s Chair and The Meeting on view at the New Mexico History Museum’s Atomic Histories exhibition.

Internationally renowned artist and University of New Mexico alumna Meridel Rubenstein creates photographic artworks that engage the natural world and investigate humanity’s place within nature. Eden Turned on Its Side looks at ecological and human processes across time that either reinforce or destroy the notion of “Eden.” Focusing on poetic intersections of nature and culture in relation to ecological and social imbalance, the work consists of large-scale photographic images that tend toward immersive installation, as is characteristic of much of Rubenstein’s art. It comprises three parts — Photosynthesis, Volcano Cycle, and Eden in Iraq — which respectively explore ecologies on the scales of human time, geological time, and mythical time.
“Eden Turned on Its Side is not presented as a timeline but as a natural cycle of life, death and rebirth where human beings and nature are deeply connected and exist in true symbiosis.”
 – PATRICIA LEVASSEUR DE  LA MOTTE, France/Singapore, Independent Curator

Meridel Rubenstein began her professional career in the early 1970s, evolving from a photographer of single photographic images to an artist of extended works and multi-media installations. She has exhibited widely including at the Louvre inParis and at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin, as well as in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions in the United States. Her works are in prominent collections including the National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California; among others. Meridel Rubenstein is the recipient of fellowships and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. Rubenstein maintains a studio in Santa Fe, NM.


More information: HERE

Friday, June 15, 2018

Portrait(s) at Vichy (France) June 15 - September 9, 2018

If you intend to spend some time in France in the next few months, the photographic festival "Portrait(s)" in the town of Vichy is surely an event not to be missed.

From June 15 until September 9, 2018, photographers will exhibit their work at the Cultural Center as well on the town walls.

At the Centre Culturel Valery Larbaud you will be able to discover:
Nelli Palomaki and her series <i>Shared</i>, 
Mattia Zoppellaro's work about Irish gipsies
Thomas Sauvin will showcase 300 images from his photographic archives project <i>Beijing Silvermine</i>
Justine Tjallinks's pictures of children with the down syndrome and her portraits of albinos women
Denis Dailleux will showcase children portraits' taken at Persan-Beaumont (Val d'Oise) at the end of the 80s.
Finaly Gilles Coulon's will reveal the images he captured on students and foster families in Vichy in collaboration with the CAVILAM and the French Alliance association.

Outside, at the town square Saint Louis and at the Train Station,
Karma Milopp studio, a duo of artists created in 2011 by the painter Carla Talopp and the photographer Thomas Millet will show the portraits they took using their itinerant outside studio.

More information: HERE

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

3 days left to enter All About Photo Magazine: Faces

Our second printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Faces". Faces are a reflection of our inner thoughts, reveal yourself!

"The most difficult thing for me is a portrait. You have to try and put your camera between the skin of a person and his shirt."
- Henry Cartier-Bresson

In this second magazine we strive to discover the best and most interesting portrait photography from all over the world. We’re eager to see innovative new approaches as well as stunning traditional work!

From the classic studio portraits to the rise of the selfie, the best portraits give a glimpse into somebody's soul, a connection formed across distance, cultures and ages.

Show us faces – series are more than welcome – that celebrate diversity, creativity, honesty and self-expression. Studio portraits, candid street shots, self-portraits, conceptual and fine art all welcome. With all faces to choose from around the world, show us the ones that matter to you.

Winners will receive $1,000 in cash awards, their winning image(s) or full portfolio published in AAP Magazine Vol.2, extensive press coverage and global recognition.

All winners will have their work published in the second printed issue of AAP Magazine, a free copy of the magazine and their portfolio showcased in the Winners Gallery of

1st Place winner
Cash Prize: $500 (US Dollars).
Exclusive interview and winning image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine, Volume 2: Faces
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

2nd Place Winner
Cash Prize: $300 (US Dollars).
Winning image(s) or portfolio in AAP Magazine, Volume 2: Faces
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

3rd Place Winner
Cash Prize: $200 (US Dollars).
Winning image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine, Volume 2: Faces
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

Particular Merit Mention
The next twelve winners (ranked from 4 to 15) will have their best image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine Vol.1.
They will receive one free copy of the magazine that will be for sale and distributed on and their portfolio showcased in the Winners Gallery of

Submit your work today: HERE

Sabine Weiss at Saint Gingolph June 15- August 19, 2018

Sabine Weiss was born at Saint-Gingolph on July 23rd 1924. This Summer the city chose to celebrate her work with the presentation of an exhibition of big scale photographs on the border of the lake as well as a projection at dusk of a selection of images representing lovers.

More about Sabine Weiss: HERE

Moscow: Big Ballet by Sasha Gusov

June 28 - September 23 at the Lumière Brothers Center of Photography

Sasha Gusov. Nina Kaptsova. Corsaire. London, 2016

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition from photographer Sasha Gusov, which will display a cycle of photographs of the Bolshoi Ballet Company. The exposition will include about 50 unique shots made during the period between 1992 to 2016, from behind the scenes of the "big ballet", the brand that emerged during the first and incredibly successful tour of the Bolshoi Theater troupe in 1956.

Sasha Gusov’s photos perfectly convey the dynamics and expressiveness of ballet dance. There are among them beautiful staged portraits and fascinating, finely grasped shots of rehearsals and performances. Shot on film, "on the move" and without additional lighting, they captivate with their efficiency. "Photography is documentary – it just fixing something that is happening in a particular moment," says the photographer. And Gusov, like no other, knows how to masterfully catch these random situations. Nevertheless, he not only fixes the event, but also skillfully conveys the state of the caught instant.

More information: HERE

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Ewa Monika Zebrowski: In the Garden, Cy Trombly

An exhibition of photographs, poems and artist's books curated by Max Renkel

ONEROOM Books, Art & Photo
Piazza dei Satiri, 55 Roma
Rome, Rm 00186 Italy

More information: HERE