Monday, November 19, 2012

Looking at the Land on NPR's The Picture Show

NPR's photo blog (the picture show) highlights Looking at the Land, a Web exhibit curated by Andy Adams for the Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design featuring work by contemporary photographers depicting the American landscape.  Looking at the Land has also been reviewed on PHOTO/arts Magazine, American Photo Magazine, New Landscape Photography, n j w v, Time Magazine's Lightbox, and Fototazo, among other sites.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Visionarios Magazine

Selections from American Stills are featured in Visionarios Magazine Issue I - a digital arts, culture, and fashion magazine edited by Jacopo Manfren from Milan celebrating analog photography.

Friday, November 9, 2012

The Photo Review: Best of Show

A large print of my portrait of Cathy in Paterson is exhibited for the first time in an exhibition opening this week at the University of the Arts Gallery 1401 in Philadelphia and on view through December 7th.

According to the gallery's site: "Best in Show" is the annual collaborative effort between the Photography department at the University of the Arts and The Photo Review, an independent journal of photography founded it 1976.  This annual exhibition gives the public the opportunity to view the juried work featured in The Photo Review's 2012 competition issue.

This year's show features a diverse collection of prize-winning work by 16 photographers, including Lesley Krane (First Prize), Soohyun Kim (Second Prize), Tema Stauffer (Third Prize), Willard Pate (Fourth Prize), Andrew Frost (Fifth Prize), Justin Fiset (Sixth Prize) Andrew Zimmermann (Seventh Prize), Catherine Hennessy (Eighth Prize), Yoko Ikeda (Ninth Prize), Horacio Devoto (Tenth Prize), Richard K. Kent (Honorable Mention), Rylan Steele (Honorable Mention) and Adam Wiseman (Honorable Mention).

The 2012 competition was juried by Peter Barberie, the Brodsky Curator of Photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and curator of recent exhibitions on Zoe Strauss and Mark Cohen.