Juror: Stephen Perloff
|The Road to Mt. Mansfield © Timo Evon|
A good photograph is knowing where to stand. – Ansel Adams
A corollary to Adams’ statement could be “A good photograph is knowing where to walk”. We’ve all been in places, or ob-served places, where we feel pulled into the scene; where the road, path, river, bridge, tunnel, passageway, lane or ray of sun compels us to see where the way will lead. There’s a mystery in it, the fascination of finding out what lies beyond the limit of vision, in the realm of imagination.
|Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)|
|Submissions Close:||12 July 17 23:59 EST|
|Selections Announced:||by 20 July 17|
|On-Line Check-in Due:||28 July 17|
|Work Receipt Deadline:||14 August 17|
|Exhibit Opens:||17 August 17|
|Exhibit Closes:||10 September 17|
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Stephen Perloff is the founder and editor of The Photo Review (www.photoreview.org), a critical journal of international scope pub-lishing since 1976, and editor of The Photograph Collector, the leading source of information on the photography art market. He has taught photography and the history of photography at numerous colleges and universities. His photographs have appeared in numerous exhibitions and reside in many museum and private collections.
Perloff has been widely praised for his writing about the photography art market and for his extensive reporting on major stories in the photography industry. He has curated more than a score of exhibitions and has also has served as a juror for scores of competitions. His most recent book, North Dakota, was published by wilburerditions in April 2016.
Juror: Blue Mitchell
Abstraction in art and photography is defined as the use of a visual language of color, shape, form, and line to create an image that may exist with an independence from visual references in the real world.
Juror: Catherine Just
From "Ghost" © Catherine Just
A philosopher once wrote “The face is the soul of the body”. While one might not agree with the implications of that statement, a person’s facial expressions are a reflection of their personality whether or not they are aware of it. As photographers, we are more or less successful at capturing the essence of a person in a single photo.
Exhibitions in Planning
Champlain Valley Photo Slam
Workshop: Cyanotype Printing from iPhone Images, with Curran Broderick