The Photo Exchange

Edward Weston Exhibit at the Bowers Museum from July 22, and more

Posted in Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography by Gerhard Clausing on June 29, 2017
COMING SOON | Opens July 22:
$5 After 5 PM – FRIDAYS!
Bowers is the place to be on Friday nights this summer!
Every Friday evening, enjoy food, drink, live music, and $5 admission from 5 PM–9 PM and experience permanent and special exhibitions on display this July and August.

Each Friday you and your friends can enjoy gallery access, live music, amazing food for purchase provided by Tangata Restaurant, drink specials and a cash bar.

Medium Festival of Photography (Oct. 26-29) and Size Matters Exhibition (Entries from July 1)

Posted in Juried opportunities, Photo Workshops, Photograph Exhibits by Gerhard Clausing on June 21, 2017
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2017 Festival Registration

Save the date for our 2017 Festival happening Oct. 26-29, and take advantage of our early bird registration opening August 18! We’ve got an exceptional event planned this fall including our renowned Present Tense lecture series, a new set of Medium Experiences taking you behind the scenes at museums and photography exhibitions across the city, and more exciting plans in store!

If you’re planning to attend Medium and want to book your hotel rooms now visit our Lafayette Hotel reservations page.

Save the date, the 2017 Medium Festival returns Oct. 26-29!

2017 Size Matters exhibition

Join us for the 3rd annual Size Matters exhibition, celebrating small works of art (sized less than 10″), curated this year by Katherine Ware. Submissions for the 2017 exhibition open July 1—plan to submit your work to the signature exhibition of the Medium Festival of Photography!

Summer means Medium events!

Join Medium this summer for a series of planned events, including:

July 25 – an exhibition reception in San Diego for our Second Sight Award recipients
Aug. 12 – a film screening offered through Group f.16
Sept. 18 – a seminar on collecting contemporary photography.

Stay tuned as we release more details on each of these events, or email us to learn more!

25th Annual Orange County High School Photography Invitational, May 30 at Orange Coast College

Posted in Juried opportunities, Photo Galleries, Photograph Exhibits by Gerhard Clausing on May 23, 2017

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On Tuesday, May 30th, there will be an artist’s reception of the 25th Annual Orange County High School Photography Invitational.  This is a juried exhibition open to students from all Orange County high schools.  It was created by Ellen Butler, when she was the photography instructor at Costa Mesa High School.  For most, if not all of those 25 years, the event has been supported in some manner by The Photo Exchange, either with members serving as jurors, by awarding prizes on behalf of the Exchange, by helping to underwrite entry fees for students for whom the fee might prevent them from entering, and simply by attending the reception to support the students.  The reception is an opportunity to see the talent and creativity of a large number of student artists from close to 20 schools.  More than 40 awards will be presented to recognize outstanding individual images and for projects and bodies of work.

The reception will be held from 5:30 pm to about 8:00 pm at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa in the Arts Center Building on the south side of the campus closest to Merrimac Way.  The awards presentation will begin about 6:30 pm.  At the same, the Newport Mesa School District will be having a multi-media exhibit of student work with a reception that is also open to the public in the Doyle Art Gallery next door to the Arts Center building.  Parking is free in parking lot D, which can be accessed from Merrimac Way.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

Los Angeles Festival of Photography, April 17-23

Posted in Photo Art Business, Photo Workshops, Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography, Uncategorized by Gerhard Clausing on April 12, 2017
Sharing this with all our Photo Exchange Friends!      —Gerry

Come Celebrate Photography!
Come to an incredible week of photography. Gain knowledge from remarkable leaders in photography. The Los Angeles Festival of Photography features workshops, exhibitions, special events, keynote lectures and seminars from world renowned photographers, museum curators and gallery directors. Sign up today!
LINK FOR FURTHER INFO:   http://www.laphotofestival.com
WORKSHOPS
  • April 18-20, 2017
    Fine Art Photography
    with Roger Ballen
    Only 2 Spots Left
  • April 18-20, 2017
    Urban and Landscape Photography
    with Karin Apollonia Müller
  • April 22-23, 2017
    Defining the Personal Narrative
    with Susan Burnstine
  • April 23, 2017
    Downtown LA Street Photography Walk and Workshop
    with Julia Dean
MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
  • April 22, 2017
    Life in layers – Creative iPhone Artistry
    with Nicki Fitz-Gerald
  • April 22, 2017
    Creating Conceptual Art on Mobile Devices
    with Bob Weil
  • April 22, 2017
    The iPhone Darkroom
    with David Ingraham

OTHER WORKSHOPS
  • April 21, 2017
    The Secrets of Professional-Quality Inkjet Printing Revealed
    with Master Printer Eric Joseph
  • April 21, 2017
    The Business of Photography

SPECIAL EVENTS
  • April 21, 2017
    Photo Independent Fair
    Photobook Independent
    Mobile Photography Show
    Lumiere Photography Awards
    Opening Night Party
  • April 22, 2017
    Champagne Breakfast With Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (LACMA) Photography Curator Britt Salvesen
    with Britt Salvesen
  • April 22, 2017
    Keynote Speaker: Roger Ballen
    with Karin Apollonia Müller
  • April 22, 2017
    VIP Reception with Roger Ballen and Special Guests
    Limited Tickets | 7-9pm
  • April 23, 2017
    Keynote Speaker: Charlotte Cotton
    Photography Is Magic – Reframing Photographic Practices

BOOK SIGNINGS
  • Roger Ballen: Signing several of his books
  • Charlotte Cotton: Signing copies of Photography is Magic
  • Susan Burnstine: Signing copies of Absence of Being
  • Marjorie Salvaterra: Signing copies of Her


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LACP Spring Open House

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Ciociaria published by Punctum Press, Rome, Italy

For those on the Left Coast, Los Angeles Center for Photography (LACP) is having a Spring Open House on March 18 & 19th, 2017 at their L.A. facility; 1515 Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles, California.

Over the two days there will be a series of events (see below) during which I have been asked to participate on Saturday to host a table of my personal photobooks, including Ciociaria and my artist book Pine Lake. Probably also have a portfolio as well. Nice!

And of course I will be discussing my Introduction to Photo Book Design workshop that begins on April 1st at LACP. I have told that there are a few remaining spots still available for this dynamic  two-Saturday workshop.

LACP Spring Open House:

Featuring on Saturday, March 18

NOTE: Saturday (not Sunday) is entirely FREE and open to the public. RSVP is not required.

Schedule:
10 am – Doors Open
11 am – Screening of the Robert Frank documentary film Don’t Blink. RSVP your seat to info@lacphoto.org. (Seating limited to 60. Outside of that standing room only.)
12:45 pm – Short presentations/demonstrations by various vendors
2-5 pm – Portfolio and book walk featuring the work of LACP Members

Throughout the day:
• Silent auction fundraiser to support LACP (preview images here: https://lacphoto.org/gallery/images-up-for-auction-2017/)
• Used photo equipment for sale (printers, darkroom equipment and more)
• Rare collector photo books for sale (some signed by artist)
• Various organizational vendors including ASMP Los Angeles, APA Los Angeles, Freestyle, Blurb, KEH Camera, The Artist Corner, The Impossible Project and Photo Independent/Fabrik Media
• KEH Camera buying used photographic equipment
• Raffle prize drawings
• Wine and beer served from 2-5 pm

Featuring on Sunday, March 19

• 18 “mini” classes and seminars.
NOTE: A one-day pass is $100 for Members; $200 for Non-Members. Individual classes are $20 for Members; $40 for Non-Members. Seating is limited.

To purchase classes individually, please click the corresponding class links below.

10:00 am:
1) “Portrait Studio Lighting” with Jennifer Emery
2) “Perfect Exposure” with Julia Dean
3) “Optimizing Your Images in Camera Raw Before using Photoshop” with Ed Freeman

11:00 am:
1) “How to use the Canon 600 EX RT Flash” with Julia Dean
2) “Introduction to the Holga” with Tom Alleman
3) “Black & White Conversion using Lightroom” with Rollence Patugan

12:00 pm:
1) “Custom White Balance” with Rollence Patugan
2) “The Singular Vision (Ways of Seeing)” with Andrew Southam
3) “Lightroom Slideshow Module: Show the World Your Talent” with Michael e. Stern

2:00 pm:
1) “Mastering the Core Features of Your Camera” with Ibarionex Perello
2) “Getting Known/Getting Shown: How to Get Your Photographs Out into the World” with Sarah Hadley
3) “How to Sequence and Design a Photo Book in Blurb” with Julia Dean

3:00 pm:
1) “How to Shoot Events” (And Making a Living)” with Kevin Weinstein
2) “Introduction to Instagram” with Kat Bawden
3) “Lightroom Develop Module: Breathing Life into RAW Files” with Michael e. Stern

4:00 pm:
1) “The Direct to Client Market” with Jennifer Emery
2) “Monitor Calibration: Why You Really Need to Calibrate Your Monitor and How To” with Eric Joseph

Cheers!

Ed Ruscha’s innovative photobook at OCMA

Posted in Art Museums, Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography by douglaspstockdale on January 26, 2017

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Every Building on the Sunset Strip copyright 1966 Ed Ruscha

Currently OCMA (Orange County Museum of Art) is exhibiting Pop Art Design and included are a few works by Ed Ruscha, but probably the most photographically interesting is a very long display of Ed Ruscha’s 1966 creative photobook Every Building on the Sunset Strip.

This was a deadpan photographic project in which a 35mm motor-drive camera was load with a bulk feed and photographed the adjacent buildings while driving up and then back down Sunset Blvd, which was commonly called the Sunset Strip. The resulting photobook then takes advantage of the street name’s pun by creating a long continuous strip of images. On the top of the page is one side of the street and below this in reverse is the other side of this street.

This photobook design was very innovative for its time with stiff covers and the interior was bound to display as an accordion (also known as Leporello and Concertinas) layout, which is to say each page was connected and continuous. A very long strip of photographic images. My photographs of this exhibit were a grab shot and do not do it very much justice, thus go check it out and see the real thing!

The OCMA exhibition runs thru April 2nd, 2017.

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Landscapes: Call for Entries, Deadline Jan. 25, 2017

Posted in Juried opportunities, Photograph Exhibits, Photography, Uncategorized by Gerhard Clausing on January 5, 2017
The Center for Fine Art Photography
 

Image Credits: Bob Avakian and Robert Atwater
SUBMISSIONS DUE:  January 25, 2017                    Theme:  LANDSCAPES 2017

All artist renditions on the Landscapes theme, genres, capture types and photographic processes are eligible for selection by the juror.
   
Juror | Lisa Volpe
Lisa Volpe is the Associate Curator, Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. She previously held several positions at the Wichita Art Museum and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA). She served as a the Ralph M. Parsons Curatorial Fellow for the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and as the Case Western University Fellow in the photography department at  the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has contributed to and helped organize several collaborative exhibitions and publications including John Divola: As Far As I could Get, a collaboration between SBMA, LACMA, and the Pomona College Museum of Art.

HONORS | AWARDS
Juror’s Award| $400.00

Director’s Award | $200.00

Honorable Mention Awards: 1 year membership and a three image submission for an upcoming call for entry.
   
ARTIST IMMERSION WEEKEND
Artists selected for exhibition by our Juror are invited to attend the Artist Immersion Weekend at C4FAP in Fort Collins, Colorado. The immersion weekends include a lively public reception followed by a dinner on the town, a private portfolio review with the Juror and one with the Executive Director, artist group lunch and a portfolio share with professional development discussion. All selected artists are included in the Main Gallery Exhibition and Online Gallery seen by an international audience.
For More Information about Landscapes 2017 Call For Entries:


The Center for Fine Art Photography, 400 North College Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80524

PHOTOLA Coming Up Jan. 12-15, 2017

Posted in Photo Art Business, Photo Galleries, Photograph Exhibits, Photography, Uncategorized by Gerhard Clausing on December 28, 2016

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Reminder: Coming up right after the holidays: PhotoLA, January 12-15, 2017, the 26th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL LOS ANGELES PHOTOGRAPHIC ART EXPOSITION (note: location in downtown LA below).

From the website:

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Public Exhibit Hours:
Friday, January 13, 11am – 7pm
Saturday, January 14, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, January 15, 11am – 6pm

LOCATION:

The REEF/LA Mart
1933 Broadway
Los Angeles, Ca 90007

ALSO:

2016-12-28 14_57_38-Photo LA.jpg and Lucie Foundation are pleased to announce the first CONVERGE: 11 DAYS OF FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHIC PROGRAMMING. This initiative in which both organizations will collaborate to bring together photographic initiatives honoring all aspects of photography, will include multiple exhibitions, events and celebrations to be presented during this comprehensive 11-day period. Aligning with LA Arts Month in January, CONVERGE will provide destination programming where photo l.a., as the centerpiece, is surrounded by a robust Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA) line-up. To accomplish this, for its ninth year, MOPLA moves from April to January 12 – February 12, 2017.

Cheers & hope to you there!

Nov. 17 Photobook Night at LACP, Spots Available

Posted in Books & Magazines, Photo Art Business, Photo Galleries, Photograph Exhibits, Photography, Uncategorized by Gerhard Clausing on November 16, 2016

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The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) will hold a Photobook Night tomorrow, November 17, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Spots are still available for LACP members to feature and sell their photobooks. The event is open to the public. Scheduled so far are Nancy Baron, Ara Oshagan, Marjorie Salvaterra, and Aline Smithson. LACP is at 1515 Wilcox Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Phone: 323-464-0909

For further info: https://lacphoto.org/events/book-night-nov-17/

Seen & Unseen: Photographs by Imogen Cunningham – Opening November 19 at the Bowers Museum

Posted in Art Museums, Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography, Uncategorized by Gerhard Clausing on November 6, 2016

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Future Exhibition:

Frida Kahlo – Her Photos will open February 25, 2017.

http://www.bowers.org/index.php/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/477-frida-kahlo-her-photos

 

The Bowers Museum is located at the corner of 20th & Main Streets in Santa Ana – one minute from the 5 freeway, (Main St. South exit) and just minutes from the 57, 55 and 22 freeways. Hours are Tuesdays through Sundays, 10 – 4. Closed Thanksgiving. For additional exhibits and further information, please check  http://www.bowers.org/index.php.