|IN THE GALLERY:
2009 Leopold Godowsky, Jr.
Now through January 24, 2010
The PRC is pleased to exhibit the work of the
winners of the 2009 Leopold Godowsky, Jr. Color
Claudia Angelmaier (Germany)
Alejandro Chaskielberg (Argentina)
Curtis Mann (IL, USA)
Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick
Honorable Mention (online only):
Seung Woo Back (South Korea and UK)
The Leopold Godowsky, Jr. Color Photography
Awards honor the co-inventor of Kodachrome
film, a man whose contributions have had a
major and lasting impact on photography.
The awards were granted based on the
criterion of excellence, as represented by a
recent portfolio of color images produced in
the last two years, with this cycle focusing
on emerging artists and new approaches.
Godowsky Artist Curtis Mann was selected to take part in
the 2010 Whitney Biennial! Congratulations Curtis from
the Staff at the PRC.
All images are courtesy the artists -
Angelmaier also courtesy of
galerieKleindienst, Leipzig; Back also
courtesy of Gana Art New York; and Kahn and
Selesnick also courtesy of Carroll and Sons,
|SHOW: Film, Burlesque show and Book Signing
with Henry Horenstein
Date: Saturday, January 23, 2010
Cost: $20 in advance | $25 night of
The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) and the
Coolidge Corner Theater present a night of Film,
Burlesque and a Book Signing with Henry
Moves, Bitches of
Leonard, Delvilica of Black Cat Burlesque, Femme
Hoops, Miss Lolita
LaVamp, Pamela Passion, Pixy Dust, Thru
the Keyhole Burlesque, UnAmerika's
Sweetheart Karin Webb.
January 23, MIDNIGHT: Preview of the film
Showbiz: The Murray Hill Story by
Horenstein, and Hillary Spera.
Live burlesque show.
Henry will be signing copies of his newest
SHOW, published by Pond Press.
Tickets will be available at the Coolidge
box office, or by visiting their website,
Photographs by Henry Horenstein will be on
Contemporary, 450 Harrison Ave, Boston in
association with Robert
January 22 - February 27, 2010
|UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS IN 2010
2010 PRC STUDENT EXHIBITION
February 12 - April 4, 2010
Thursday, February 11,
5:30 - 7:30pm
This eagerly-anticipated exhibition will
feature work juried by the Institutional
Member schools of the PRC. Come witness
EXPOSURE: The 15th Annual PRC
April 23 - June 20, 2010
Thursday, April 22,
5:30 - 7:30pm
The PRC is honored to have Mia Fineman,
Research Associate at the Metropolitan Museum
Art, NYC as the juror for EXPOSURE 2010. In
celebration the 25th anniversary of the PRC
gallery, the PRC is pleased to present this
special edition of the PRC's 15th annual
juried exhibition. This prestigious
competition is a great opportunity to view
new work as well as see topics in which
contemporary minds are engaged.
|SEMINARS and SPRING LECTURE SERIES at the PRC
Looking at Photographs:
The History of Photographic Processes with Gus
Date: Saturday, January 30, 2010
Location: PRC Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Ave,
MBTA: (Green Line - BU West T-stop)
***Class size will be limited to: 20***
Gus Kayafas, owner of Palm Press atelier in
MA will be spending the afternoon showing
of various photographic processes, from
daguerreotypes to cabinet cards, cdv's to
woodburytypes to gelatin silver images.
The Photographic Resource Center has prepared
seminar as an educational opportunity for
photographers and students. This seminar is
for anyone interested in learning more about the
history of photography, photographic
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LECTURE -- JULIE
Date: Thursday, March 11, 2009
Cost: Members $10, Non-Members $15, Full-time
Free for Students of Institutional Members
Please join us on Thursday, March 11th, 2010 for a
lecture by photographer Julie Blackmon. Blackmon
lives and works in Springfield, Missouri. She is the
recipient of numerous awards including the Critical
Mass Book Award in 2006, PDN's "30" in 2007, and
American Photo's Emerging Photographer in 2008.
Her monograph, Domestic Vacations was published
by Radius Books in 2008. Blackmon is included in
numerous collections including The George Eastman
House, Museum of Contemporary Photography,
Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and
numerous private collections. Blackmon appeared in
the exhibition Group Portrait at the PRC in 2005, one
of her first exhibitions.
Please join us on Friday, March 12th from 5:30 -
7:30pm for the opening reception of her exhibition at
the Robert Klein Gallery.
LECTURE -- KENRO
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2010
Cost:Members $10, Non-Members $15, Full-time
Free for Students of Institutional Members
Please join us on Thursday, April 15th, 2010 for a
lecture by photographer Kenro Izu. Izu moved to New
York in the 1970's and soon after opened a
photography studio. It was during his 1979 trip to
Egypt that he became deeply moved by the sacred
sites that motivated him to begin his series of sacred
places around the world. His images are platinum
contact prints shot with his custom-made 14x20 large
Izu has received numerous awards including the
prestigious National Endowment of the Arts Award in
1984 and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2002. He has
published nine monographs including Light Over
Ancient Angkor, Sacred Places, Kenro Izu: Blue,
Bhutan, and his most recent monograph Kenro Izu: A
30 Year Retrospective is due out in February, 2010.
Izu's images from Bhutan will be on display at the
Fitchburg Art Museum from January 24 - March 21,
Lecture Guest Accommodations are
by the Hotel
Commonwealth, official hotel
sponsor of the
Photographic Resource Center's Lecture Series
|PORTFOLIO REVIEWS at the PRC
The PRC will be offering our members an
to have their work reviewed by a guest
Photographer and educator Neal
Rantoul will be
reviewing portfolios on Monday, February 22,
from Noon until 4pm.
(Please call for reservations at 10 am,
The PRC will be CLOSED from December 19th
through January 3 for the winter holidays
and campus closings. Best wishes for a
wonderful New Year!
PHOTO BOOK REVIEWS
Are you a PRC member and have a new photo book
being published? Send us a copy and we will write a
short review of it on the PRC Blog
www.bostonphotographyfocus.org and then include it
in the Aaron Siskind Library, a 4,000+ photo book
library located at the PRC.
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|LISTINGS: JANUARY Photo Events in New England
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7
The Hallway Gallery. Group Show
including Brent Refsland, John Steck Jr.,
Jennifer Uhrhane, Andrew M. K. Warren and
more. Opening Reception: 6-10pm. 66a
South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 8
Bromfield Gallery. Larry Volk: A
Story of Rose's. Opening Reception:
5:30-7:30pm. 617-451-3605. 450 Harrison
Ave, Boston, MA 02118.
Howard Yezerski Gallery. Gary
Schneider: Drawn from Life. Reception:
6-8pm. 617-262-0550. 460 Harrison Avenue,
Boston, MA 02118. www.howardyezerskigallery.com
Khaki Gallery. Group Work.
Second Reception: 6pm. 617-423-0105. 460
Harrison Ave. Boston, MA 02118.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10
Westport Arts Center. Keeping Time:
The Life, Music and Photographs of Milt
Hinton. 4 p.m. Screening of documentary
about jazz bassist Milt Hinton, followed by
discussion: 4pm. 203-222-7070. WAC Gallery,
51 Riverside Avenue, Westport, CT.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 12
American Society of Media Photographers.
Bringing It Home: N.E. Photographers -
Personal Projects. Four New England
photographers will share their current
personal projects in a panel discussion
forum. January 12, 6pm-9pm. E.P. Levine, 23
Dry Dock Avenue, South Boston MA,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13
Garner Center at New England School of
Photography. Nicole Hatanaka.
Opening Reception: 7-9pm (Snow date: Jan 20,
7-9pm). 617-437-1868. 537 Commonwealth
Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. www.nesop.com
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center.
IRAN: Images From Beneath a Chador.
Photographs by Randy H. Goodman. Gallery
Reception: Thursday, January 14th, 6-8pm.
617-577-1400. 41 Second Street, East
Cambridge, MA 02141. MAC: www.cmacusa.org;
Co|So - Copley Society of Art.
New Members Show 2010. Members'
Reception: 5:30pm-7:30pm. 617.536.5049. 158
Newbury St, Boston MA 02116.
Griffin Museum Atelier Gallery at
Stoneham Theatre. Ellen Rennard: The
Downs at Albuquerque. Opening Reception:
6pm. 781-729-1158. 395 Main Street, Stoneham,
Natalia McKittrick | Pedal Power
Photography. Cyclocross - The Red
Zone: photographic exploration of pushing it
to the limit. Exhibition and Auction.
Artist Reception: 6-10pm. 480 Trapelo Road,
Belmont, MA 02478. www.pedalpowerphotography.com
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21
Griffin Museum of Photography. Karen
Glaser: Dark Sharks/Light Rays; Elliot Ross:
Animal. Opening Receptions: 7pm.
781-729-1158. 67 Shore Road, Winchester MA
Griffin Museum at Aberjona River
Gallery. Glenna Evans: Glimpses of
Memory. Opening Reception: 7pm.
781-729-1158. Aberjona Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center, 184 Swanton St., Winchester,
Panopticon Gallery. Our Lives
Begin to End the Day We Become Silent About
Things That Matter: An Exhibition about Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History.
Reception: 5-7pm. 617-267-8929. 502c
Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215.
Villa Victoria Cultural Center.
CUBA~Threads of Hope &
Renewal.Opening: 6-9pm. 617-927-1737. 85
West Newton Street, Boston, MA 02118.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22
Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Domesticated: Modern Dioramas of Our New
Natural History. Photographs by Amy
Stein.Opening and artist talk: 4pm.
Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford
St, Cambridge, MA 02138. 617-496-0049.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
The DeCordova Biennial 2010. Opening
Reception: 7-9pm. 781-259-8355. 51 Sandy
Pond Road, Lincoln, MA. www.decordova.org
Griffin Museum of Photography Atelier
Gallery. Lazlo Layton: Cabinet of
Curiosities & Pictorial Zoology.
Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery Santa
Monica, CA. Opening Reception: 7pm.
781-729-1158. 67 Shore Road, Winchester MA
Griffin Museum of Photography at
Digital Silver Imaging. Jonathan
Spath: Romancing ∑tone. Opening
Digital Silver Imaging, 11 Brighton St.,
Belmont, MA. www.griffinmuseum.org
Tufts University Art Gallery.
QUESTIONSwithoutANSWERS - a photographic
prism of world events, 1985-2010. Photographs
by VII.Public Opening Reception:
Thursday, January 28, 2010; 5:30pm-8:00pm at
Tufts University Art Gallery at The Aidekman
Arts Center; Tufts University. 617-627-3518.
40 Talbot Avenue, Medford MA 02155.
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