Exhibits

EXHIBIT Closed on March 31st 2011

Juror: Bobby Mozumder

Juror's Choice: "Jodi" by David May
of Jeffersonville, VT, USA

Where do art and fashion meet?  That’s the gray area we’re looking to showcase for “Fashioning Photography.”  Since the 1990’s, the two have benefited from constant cross-fertilization.  We are taking fashion photography very seriously as a result.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:7 March 11
Artists' Reception:11 March 11 17:00
Exhibit Closes:31 March 11
Fashioning Photography
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Is it the droves of visitors that appear in museums and galleries with the Fashion Photography exhibit? Is it the income available to Photographers who bend a little into the commercial realm? Is it our fascination for lifestyle imaging that has created the booming magazine culture and therefore elevated the fashion spread to be endlessly alluring to the artist?  There is so much diversity and energy in contemporary fashion photography that artists everywhere are turning to it as a subject matter; it’s an obsession and a compulsion.

Fashion changes its values constantly and the variety of the fashion photograph is proof.  Though “safe” images are preferred by most advertisers for magazine spots, there are no holds barred for the gallery setting.  Whether it’s for music videos, lookbooks, catalogues, advertising and catwalk photography, or the personal portfolio, fashion photography is everywhere.

Juror's Statement

Photography largely speaks of a photographer's personal life.  Through their imagery, one can almost determine the lifestyle of a photographer.  Study enough photographers and a large enough sample of their photography, and you will find repeated patterns of association, ranging from their apparel selection, to music, to culinary taste, even a photographer's political inclinations.

Fashion photography is a subset of photography that speaks of personal style, and these photos present a leading edge style that inspire people to explore the boundaries of fashion.

Bobby Mozumder

 

Special Collection, FashioningTHE SPECIAL COLLECTION

an auxiliary collection to the "Fashioning Photography" exhibit

We did some something totally new for the "Fashioning Photography" exhibition.  We mounted what we called a “Special Collection” of images as a supplement to the regular exhibit. We chose 16 additional images to print and hang during the months.  Images were clipped to hangers which were hung from a clothing rack that drifted around the Gallery for the month.  These images were paramount to the ongoing discussion we instigated considering What is Fashion Photography?  What fabulous conversations we had surrounding some of the issues of this special genre of Fine Art and Commercial photography.  A few words heard during these discussions:  concept/metaphor, exploitation, body image, pop/mass culture, commodity, sexuality, etc.  What an opportunity it was.  MANY CONGRATULATIONS! to the Photographers whose work was chosen for this auxiliary collection:  (alphabetically) Andrea Bancone, Nika Belianina, Joseph M. Cousino, Jesse Fox, Reza Golchin, Nikki Johnson, Nick Kline, Nikolay Mikheev, Joi Ong, Len Speier, Krista Svalbona, Vera Varley. Your images were a hit – we’re honored to have had them on display.


Jodi
Juror's Choice

David May
Jeffersonville, VT USA
5 Train, Bronx to Harlem, NYC
People's Choice

Nikki Johnson
New York, NY USA
THE MAD HATTER three

ana coello
Barcelona, barcelona España

THE MAD HATTER one

ana coello
Barcelona, barcelona España
Mariner Inn #2

Candace Moore
Houston, TX USA
Desert Rest

Carolyn Hampton
Sherman Oaks, CA USA

Sarah

David May
Jeffersonville, VT USA
Karin

David May
Jeffersonville, VT USA
When Pam met Charles

David May
Jeffersonville, VT USA

Mia, NY studio Model

David May
Jeffersonville, VT USA
Kalinda

David Miller
Chandler, AZ USA
India Indian

Denise Trotier Johnson
Williston, VT USA

Time Machine Escapades-1979

Emily Friedensohn
Essex Jct., VT USA
Time Machine Escapades- 1980

Emily Friedensohn
Essex Jct., VT USA
Reach

George E. Holroyd III
Kaiserslautern, Germany

Vice of Time

Jericho Soh
Singapore, Singapore
Renaissance Doll

Jericho Soh
Singapore, Singapore
Trapped Chair

Jessica Tattory
Missoula, MT USA

Child Savior

Joi Ong
Rochester, NY USA
Pandora's Box

Joi Ong
Rochester, NY USA
Excuse me

Nika Belianina
Toronto, ON Canada

Longing

paige white
frisco, texas USA
Glitter

paige white
frisco, texas USA
Wrap

paige white
frisco, texas USA

tiara

Polly Raine
St. Albans, VT USA
remembering summer

Polly Raine
St. Albans, VT USA
charlotte

Polly Raine
St. Albans, VT USA

Running out of ink

Vera Varley
Montreal, Quebec Canada
Autostop

Vera Varley
Montreal, Quebec Canada


Juror:  Bobby Mozumder

Your Juror for “Fashioning Photography” is Bobby Mozumder, both a Photographer, and Editor-in-Chief at FutureClaw Magazine, currently in its third year.  A Rochester Institute of Technology graduate, Mozumder now lives and works in Washington D.C..  His fashion photography ranges from high-end glamour to diaristic. Whether high-end studio or location, Mozumder’s images incorporate exquisite lighting, intimate camera angles, dynamic framing, graphic overlays, and an approach to color that ranges from monochromatic to high-key black and white.  Across the gamut, his imagery is consistently calculated.  Is it the influence of a background in computer architecture and engineering?  Personal work aside, we’re lucky to have his experience as Editor-in-Chief of FutureClaw Magazine extended to the jurying of “Fashioning Photography.” Mozumder is entrenched in the art, culture, and fashion of our time, engaging himself in Fashion Photography’s latest trends as he builds the FutureClaw brand as one of today’s most beautiful boutique magazines.

In Mozumder’s own words:  Photography largely speaks of a photographer's personal life.  Through their imagery, one can almost determine the lifestyle of a photographer.  Study enough photographers and a large enough sample of their photography, and you will find repeated patterns of association, ranging from their apparel selection, to music, to culinary taste, even a photographer's political inclinations.

Fashion photography is a subset of photography that speaks of personal style, and these photos present a leading edge style that inspire people to explore the boundaries of fashion
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EXHIBIT Closed on March 3rd 2011

Juror: Dave Jordano

Juror's Choice: Shooting Dirt by Jimmy Fike
of Phoenix, AZ, USA

We create spectacle of our personal environments as an extension of our selves, our souls. We are also compelled to photograph the object-evidence of these lives lived. Have you captured images of the human artifact? Images that show the spaces and things that outfit our personal or private lives? Vermont Photo Space Gallery wants to see these images. ....Images that illustrate the personality, pastime, position of an individual through their things? A trophy wall, taxidermy collection, corner shrine, garden retreat. A bottle collection, bowl of matchbooks, box of love letters. The messages we write on walls, carve in trees, mark on the door frame, post in the tree house...  From backyard junkyards, to attic hideouts and basement retreats, we mark our territories with the stuff, the evidence, of our lives. Whether you are documenting the neighbor’s chattels or the abandoned remains of a home left behind, we are looking for images that evidence human artifact.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:7 February 11
Artists' Reception:13 February 11 15:23
Exhibit Closes:3 March 11
Human Artifact
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

The photographic documentation of personal object is as old as the medium itself and it has become a contemporary obsession for some.  Roger Ballen, Eugene Richards, William Eggleston, Takashi Homma and our Juror, Dave Jordano are among the ranks of photographers documenting human artifact.  The subject matter is a collision of cultural anthropology, pop culture, domesticity, documentary, realism and perhaps sentimentality.  By photographically documenting personal relic we prove the universality of the personal, we find connections and we share intimacies.

Juror's Statement

Being the juror for the Human Artifact exhibit has been a richly rewarding experience for me, and one that I didn’t take lightly, though admittedly with a slight bit of trepidation, this being my first curatorial duties as a judge. Judging the work of several individuals while trying to create a collective whole is the ultimate goal of an exhibit that speaks with a voice that deals with a particular set of parameters. Much of the work submitted for this competition was of a high caliber, thoughtfully executed, intelligent, and visually strong, making the selection process a difficult one and even that much harder. My hat goes off to everyone who submitted.

The first impression I make when looking at a photograph is deciding if it is visually appealing. If a picture has compositionally weak attributes, then no matter what the intent is, it won’t carry as strong a message or hold my attention as much as a picture made with an experienced, mature, finely crafted vision. Secondly, I search for the reason the picture was made and decipher what the photographer is trying to say through their particular visual language. Is there meaningful, sensitive thought behind what they are trying to communicate, and if so, were they successful? Thirdly, does the image have lasting appeal, something that I crave to return to again and again for inspiration and enjoyment? And last is technical execution. Did the artist use the right tools to interpret and create their work?

Human Artifact deals not so much with human beings as much as it deals with being human, and in doing so the images in this show may be absent of people, but they are not without the feeling of human presence, influence, and their undeniable existence. These images are quiet, contemplative observations about the movement of our lives and how our presence leaves lasting marks by what we do. While selecting work for the show I was surprised by the many different varied themes that were beginning to emerge, which included, but were not limited to, images about the environment, politics, geographical location, historical reference, social issues, family and relatives, domesticity, and culture. Each providing a showcase for the artist’s personal vision in relation to what they considered important to the documentation of the human artifact. In my estimation, the Juror’s Choice Award was selected because it resonated with more than a few of the themes mentioned.

Dave Jordano

 

 

 

 


Shooting Dirt
Juror's Choice

Jimmy Fike
Phoenix, AZ USA
Robert Frost's Kitchen
People's Choice

Gerry Davis
Williston, VT USA
Interior of a Serbian woman's home in Kosovo.

Alessandro Vecchi
Alba, Italy

Interior of a Roma woman's home in Kosovo.

Alessandro Vecchi
Alba, Italy
Blue Plastic Room, Winston-Salem, NC

Alison A. Smith
Winston-Salem, NC USA
Ruined Education (Once Upon a Time... A School)

Andre Cherri
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Brazil

Traces 1999 & 2010

Bára Kristinsdóttir
Kopavogur, Iceland
Traces 1999 & 2010 (1)

Bára Kristinsdóttir
Kopavogur, Iceland
Below the Surface

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA

Fort Caswell

Catherine A. Bell
New York, NY USA
Scout's Honor

Chad Davis
North Richland Hills, TX USA
Gum wall

Chad Davis
North Richland Hills, TX USA

January 1st

Chuck Hemard
Auburn, AL USA
Drill Ladies

Chuck Hemard
Auburn, AL USA
Charlie II.

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA

The Secretary Deluxe.

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA
towering books

Enrico Della Pietra
Naples, Italy
Aunt MIldred's Bedroom

Eric Rennie
Cromwell, CT USA

Initials

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
kitchen life

Francesca Vergari
Monterotondo, Rome Italy
Control Plot

Garrett Hansen
Bloomington, IN USA

The accumulation of a day

Helen Jones
Portland, Oregon USA
Wallpaper Diary

Jayne M. Silberman
New York, NY USA
Stair Lot

Jimmy Fike
Phoenix, AZ USA

ABANDONED CROC

JOE CALLERI
NORTHCOTE, VICTORIA AUSTRALIA
DETAIL FROM AN ABANDONED VW COMBI VAN IN A NORTHCOTE FRONT YARD

JOE CALLERI
NORTHCOTE, VICTORIA AUSTRALIA
Untitled, 2008, from the series

Joe Lingeman
Syracuse, NY USA

Untitled, 2008, from the series

Joe Lingeman
Syracuse, NY USA
Paris morning

Kaarina Venalainen
Oakville, Ontario Canada
Still-life of Cupboard (Edition 1/10)

Katherine Walters
Mishawaka, IN USA

Books Of The Past

Kyan Parker
Massillon, Ohio USA
From Within, Unearthing a Past

Mercedes Dorame
Berkeley, CA USA
Broken Umbrella

Michelle Rivas
Beacon, NY USA

His and Hers

Natasha Sanchez
New Orleans, LA USA
Traces of the past - The home of my grandparents

Nicola Roberto
Bari, Italy
South Cushman, Fairbanks, Alaska

Patrick Cobb
Santa Fe, NM USA

Pushed Out

Penny Alderman
Tiverton, Devon UK
Mom (Still-Life Portrait)

Russ Rowland
NY, NY USA
Temple Apartments

Samantha VanDeman
Villa Park, IL USA

Class of 1989

Samantha VanDeman
Villa Park, IL USA
Untitled

Stephanie A. Lindsey
Denver, CO USA
Untitled (1)

Stephanie A. Lindsey
Denver, CO USA

Welcome to Spideyville

Theodore William Arnold
Champaign, IL USA
Beach Discovery

Tricia Buchhorn
San Antonio, Texas USA
Day-room #3

Wojtek Sasiela
Manchester, UK

Fuzhou, China, 2010

Yang Chen
Bloomington, IN USA

 


Juror: Dave Jordano

 

Dave Jordano received a BFA in Photography from the College of Creative Studies in 1974.   Since 1977 he has been working as a professional commercial Photographer from his studio in Chicago, Illinois.  It is his fine art imagery that will compel you to submit your work for jury into “Human Artifact.”  Jordano has been recording cultural and societal identities extensively through Fellowship and as Curator’s Choice (Houston Center for Photography), Critical Mass finalist, Wright State University sponsorship recipient, and Chicago Cultural Center exhibitor.  Twice published, his work is also found in private, corporate and museum collections, including in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, and the Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art in Evanston, Illinois.  Jordano continues an extensive investment into the documentary series “Prairieland”, focusing on rural Illinois.  We are proud to offer the inspiration from such work and Dave Jordano as your Juror for “Human Artifact.”

EXHIBIT Closed on January 6th 2011

Juror: Ed Kashi

Juror's Choice: "Balance" by Denise Trotier Johnson
of Williston, VT, USA

As the world becomes more paranoid about being photographed, especially "on the street" where there isn't a chance to ask for permission first, the journalistic or documentary photographer still yearning to make candid images on the streets must be more creative, patient and sometimes deceptive.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:13 December 10
Artists' Reception:19 December 10 00:00
Exhibit Closes:6 January 11
Scene on the Street
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

This contest asked photographers to submit images that they feel capture the essence of candid street moments, with a special emphasis on images that tell a story, capture a unique moment or transcend all definitions by it's magical quality.

Juror's Statement:
The spirit of street photography is one of surprise, energy, mystery, irony, life! The entries in this contest represented all those qualities and more. I chose a winner based on a combination of these elements. While there were also entries that were quite strong, in my mind they strayed from the focus of this particular contest.

Ed Kashi


Balance
Juror's Choice

Denise Trotier Johnson
Williston, VT USA
Young Homeless Couple
People's Choice

Leroy Allen Skalstad
milwaukee, WI USA
Saint-Michel Station, Paris
People's Choice

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

From the series

Aida Tejada
Miami, FL USA
Lollipop

Bob Gates
Jamesville, NY USA
Luck of the Irish

Bob Gates
Jamesville, NY USA

Santa Cruz - old Manila

Claude Peschel Dutombe
Bangkok, Thailand
Ceremony

Clive France
Shinjuku, Tokyo Japan
Untitled 4, 2010 (from NYC series).

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA

Untitled 3, 2010 (from NYC series).

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA
Untitled 2, 2010 (from NYC series).

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA
Untitled 1, 2010 (from NYC series).

corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA

Navy Boy in St. Petersburg

Deidre Schletter
Long Beach, Ca USA
N.Y.C. Marathon #2

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Crown Fountain, Millennium Park, Chicago, Illinois

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

Smokey Mountain 10

Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada
Smokey Mountain 2

Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada
San Diego

Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada

Woman with Burka, Washington, DC

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Flower Market, Hoi An, Vietnam

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Abandoned

Jana Benjamin Navratilova
San Francisco, CA USA

Lunch Break

Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA
Man with Paper from 'Thirteen:Twenty Lacuna'

Katrin Koenning
Melbourne, Victoria AUSTRALIA
Woman and Man from 'Thirteen:Twenty Lacuna'

Katrin Koenning
Melbourne, Victoria AUSTRALIA

Calm amidst a flurry

Lakshmi Prabhala
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India India
5th Av Parade, Belushi masks, NYC

Len Speier
New York, NY USA
Yellow Hat procession - Xiahe, Gansu, China

M. Scott Brauer
Great Falls, MT USA

Uighur bakers - Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.

M. Scott Brauer
Great Falls, MT USA
China Road Workers

Misha Tulek
Rochester, NY USA
Red Wall, Montreal

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

Mile End Corner, Montreal

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican City

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Chair, The Netherlands

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

Street Football, Italy

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Saint Catherine St., Montreal

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Marines on Liberty

Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA

Wet boy in Chicago

Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA
Columbus Day Beauty Queens

Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA
Loop Studies: 01

Peter Hoffman
Naperville, IL USA

In the Spotlight

Robert McCurley
Franklin, TN USA
Humankind,

Sameer Tawde
Mumbai, Maharashtra INDIA
Walking home, Beijing

Ted Alcorn
Albuquerque, NM USA

Mannequin and Pedestrians Near 4th and Pine

Theo Stroomer
Seattle, WA USA
Woman in a Vibrant Pink Ensemble Near 5th & Cherry

Theo Stroomer
Seattle, WA USA

 


Juror: Ed Kashi

Ed Kashi is dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. Kashi’s complex imagery has been recognized for its compelling rendering of the human condition. “I take on issues that stir my passions about the state of humanity and our world, and I deeply believe in the power of still images to change people’s minds. I’m driven by this fact; that the work of photojournalists and documentary photographers can have a positive impact on the world. The access people give to their lives is precious as well as imperative for this important work to get done. Their openness brings with it a tremendous sense of responsibility to tell the truth but to also honor their stories.”
 
Kashi’s images have been published and exhibited worldwide. Along with numerous awards, including honors from Pictures of the Year International, World Press Foundation, Communication Arts and American Photography, Kashi’s editorial assignments and personal projects have generated six books.

EXHIBIT Closed on February 4th 2011

Juror: Paula Tognarelli

Juror's Choice: "Fan Art" by Laurie McCormick
of Los Angeles, CA, USA

The tradition of still-life as subject matter has roots deep into the history of art, pre-dating photography as a medium by centuries (Ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman works in tile, tempura, and oils among the first).  Fine artists in all mediums, photography included, benefited from the total control they had over the final piece; the art making began with their arrangements of the mostly inanimate objects they intended to represent.  As Vermont Photo Space Gallery owner Ken Signorello aptly points out, “…it is art squared, where one first creates a work of art and then another to preserve it.”

The history of still life in Photography is as old as the medium itself.  Henry Talbot himself produced the first photographic images using the inanimate objects of still life.  In its earliest days, utilizing still life as subject matter allowed for the lengthy exposures necessary for its initial technologies.  Later, in the early 1900s, studies in line and form of object contributed to popular abstractions.  In the 1950s, still-life concentrated on the kitsch, and re-emerged in the 90s after a few decades in obscurity, in perfect partnership with the new trendy super-saturated film stock. 

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:11 January 11
Artists' Reception:16 January 11 00:00
Exhibit Closes:4 February 11
The Arrangement
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

 

Overall, the genre has been largely ignored, despite periodic bouts of influence - surprising, for a photographic practice with so much potential.  We are able to manipulate the most minute of details, from choice of object (natural, man-made, found, created), to placement, pick of equipment and film, processing and post-production techniques.

What is still life today?  We want you to show us your arrangements, from advertising to record photography, the abstract to the obvious.  Whether you are an amateur or professional, you may have experienced your still-life photographs as some of your favorite images – Juror Paula Tognarelli wants to see them.


Fan Art
Juror's Choice

Laurie McCormick
Los Angeles, CA USA
Orogeny
People's Choice

Michael Lew-Smith
Hardwick, VT USA
Knowing things get better with time.

Alexandru Mandrila
Ypsilanti, MI USA

Still Life #0671

Anthony Korotko Hatch
Hollywood, CA USA
Bubbles behavior series

Armando Borges
Calgary, Canada Canada
The Sparrow

Barbara Dombach
Holtwood, Pa USA

Finally Free

Barbara Dombach
Holtwood, Pa USA
Old Etruscan Glass

carol munder
Summerland Key, Florida USA
Transverse Orientation

Carra W. Garza
San Antonio, Texas USA

Vase #2

David Johndrow
Austin, TX USA
September 15

Donna Rosser
Fayetteville, GA USA
Old Schwamb Mill Still Life
SOLD

Ed Friedman
Arlington, MA USA

After André Kertész

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Remembrance of Things Past #1

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Empty

Eujin Rhee
Fremont, CA USA

Flying Fish

Harold Ross
West Chester, PA USA
Disposable Dishes

Helen Jones
Portland, Oregon USA
Alice in Wonderland

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA

Fusion

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Woman With Shadow

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Still-life with Olives and Chestnuts

Jane Soodalter
Cold Spring, NY USA

"Arrangement"

Jessica Stambach
Portland, Oregon USA
Bodie Table Setting

Joanne McCubrey
Placerville, CA USA
Relic

Kally Malcom
Las Cruces, NM USA

Caught by a Breeze

Keith Parks
La Mesa, CA USA
orange girl

Kimberly Post
Raymond, ME USA
Meadow grasses in ice

Krista Cheney
St. George, VT USA

Orbs

Malcolm Easton
Berkeley, Ca USA
America, f@ck yea!

Margaret Hiden
Atlanta, GA USA
Erotic Landscape with Corner

Mark Schmidt
Altamont, NY USA

Barefoot & Brush, Edition 4 of 6

Michael Frels
LAKE JACKSON, TX USA
Flour Field, 2010

Monica Escalante
Colorado Springs, CO USA
la la vOcal

Ofer MizraChi
Modiin, ISRAEL

Fish and Broom

Pam Steeg
Huntington, VT USA
Two: Eggs

Philip Hopper
Brooklyn, NY USA
fruit

Polly Raine
St. Albans, VT USA

In the Attic

Polly Raine
St. Albans, VT USA
Edge

Rebecca Zeiss
Midland, MI USA
Robots

Ricardo Febre
McKinleyville, CA USA

UNTITLED #2/20

Richard Gardner
Huntington, NY USA
Running Horses

Samantha VanDeman
Villa Park, IL USA
Yellow Room

Samantha VanDeman
Villa Park, IL USA

trailer no.4

sean r stewart
Owen Sound, Ontario Canada
comfortable alley no 34

sean r stewart
Owen Sound, Ontario Canada
Untitled #2 from the Pandora's Box series

Stacy Lynn Diehl
Savannah, GA USA

A Still Life

Stephanie Luke
Cottonwood, CA USA
Found Art

Steve Immel
Ranchos de Taos, NM USA
Muffler Art #1

Steve Immel
Ranchos de Taos, NM USA

Four Roses

Susanna Briselli
Brooklyn, NY USA
Still Life with Uniqlo Pear (Edition 1/10)

Ting-Ting Cheng
London, London UK

 


Juror: Paula Tognarelli

 

Paula Tognarelli is Executive Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts.  Opened in 1992, the Griffin Museum promotes an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional, and social impact.  Tognarelli is constantly exposed to the ever-changing photographic landscape through the work of new and established contemporary photographers.  We invite you to add your still-life work for observation from her vantage point.

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Paula Tognarelli is Executive Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts.  Opened in 1992, the Griffin Museum promotes an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional, and social impact.  Tognarelli is constantly exposed to the ever-changing photographic landscape through the work of new and established contemporary photographers.  We invite you to add your still-life work for observation from her vantage point.

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