What I look for is an active imagination, curiosity and engagement with the world: “What is this artist doing with their chosen subject? What is their relationship to their subject and how are they communicating?”
How can you understand the experience of somebody who is losing their mind? It’s an interesting and difficult assignment that Olivia Parker has taken on; her photographic exhibit ‘Vanishing in Plain Sight.’ Review by Joel Howe.
Drawing deep from the Addison Gallery’s stellar permanent collection, the exhibit presents a thoughtful overview of the history and trends of American landscape photography, as well as its more contemporary manifestations.
Ole Brodersen’s photographs are not the usual “decisive moments” in time, but rather are patterns of movement and natural phenomena that are normally unseen, recorded using varying durations of exposure.
Reviewed by Joel Howe: “Ah yes, I remember the good old days of Kodak and Agfa paper, the soft warm tones of Portriga Rapid… I was an art school student of photography in the 1990s, and Schneider’s masterfully printed photographs did indeed evoke feelings of nostalgia for me.”
In addition to our New England Photography Calendar, our What’s Happening section now also includes notices of Calls for Entry from national and international competitions.
Events, exhibitions, shows, workshops, lectures…if it’s happening in photography in New England, the new PRC calendar is the place for it. If you’ve got something going on, submit it to our calendar, and we’ll post it for you.