|Watch for Loupe number one, arriving soon in PRC member mailboxes!
The first issue of our new magazine, Loupe
, will be on its way to members before the end of October. It features portfolios by Christopher Churchill, Isaac Wingfield, and Jacqueline Bates, and an interview with Robert Richfield (whose show at Gallery Kayafas opens this Friday, October 22, and whose photograph, in detail, appears on the cover of the new magazine). It also contains "Center Weighted," a chronicle of PRC events and activities over the last several months.
If you are not already a member of the PRC, join today
, and we will send you a copy of this premier issue!
|The PRC Portfolio on display at Panopticon Gallery November 10 - January 4, 2011
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 10, 5:30-7:30 pm
502c Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Immediately following its display at the PRC 35th Anniversary Gala on November 9, the PRC Portfolio
will go up at the Panopticon Gallery in Kenmore Square, Boston. Also on display will be Neal Rantoul: Twenty-Five Years (1980-2005), and a portfolio of John Lennon photographs by Roger Farrington.To learn about more about the PRC Portfolio >>
|Portfolio Reviews with PRC Curator George Slade Wednesday, October 27, 1 - 4 pm
Photographic Resource Center832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
If you would like to reserve a spot for this month's portfolio review, please call the PRC at 617-975-0600. This opportunity is for PRC Members only and is on a first come, first serve basis. To learn about more about Portfolio Reviews >>
Student Night/Costume Party at the PRC!
Wednesday, October 27, 7 - 9 pm
Photographic Resource Center832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Open to students enrolled in the PRC's Institutional Members. Bring your work in boxes, on hard-drives, or wear it as a costume; it's Halloween season, after all, and most of the people on the walls in Michal Chelbin's work are costumed, too. Come to this informal gathering to meet students in other local photography programs and to see the great work in Strangely Familiar
. Please bring or wear products of your creative imagination and a current student ID.To learn about more about Nights at the PRC >>
Enter to Win the PRC Raffle!
In honor of our 35th Anniversary, we are raffling off a Nikon D90 Outfit, donated by Nikon, and other valuable prizes.$25 for one ticket $100 for book of 5 tickets
· Nikon D90 outfit
($1250 value) donated by Nikon
D90 18-105mm f3.5-5.6G ED VR OTHER PRIZES:
- Three $200 Gift Certificates to Stanhope Framers
- Signed copy of Peace Warrior by Carl Chiarenza. Published in an edition of 500, slipcased, oversized, with a print on the book's front cover. Donated by George Slade.
- $100 Gift Certificate to Hunt's Photo & Video
- Brown Sisters by Nick Nixon from Brookline Booksmith
- Book of Books by Abe Morell from Brookline Booksmith
Drawing will be held on Friday, November 12 at the PRC during the opening reception for Then/Now: Recent Work by Carl Chiarenza & Chris Enos
The cost of the tickets is tax-deductible and supports the educational programming of the Photographic Resource Center.PRC staff, board, interns, and their immediate families are not eligible for the drawing.Click here to enter the raffle!
|NOW IN GALLERY!
Michal Chelbin: Strangely Familiar
Through October 31, 2010
"Because I shoot portraits I can say that people are my first inspiration. They are intriguing, mysterious, and unsolved.
Michal Chelbin (from 9/4/2008 interview on Nymphoto)
| Jenya in My Hotel Room, Ukraine, |
Color Coupler Print 2005
Michal Chelbin (born 1974, Haifa, Israel) started making pictures when she was 15, and honed her skills as a photographer during her compulsory service in the Israeli military. Following four years of study in Haifa, Chelbin began pursuing personal photographic projects and traveled in Russia, Ukraine, England, and Israel making the portraits that appear in Strangely Familiar (also the title of her 2008 Aperture monograph; The Black Eye
, her new book, is forthcoming from Twin Palms). More information >>Read the review in the Boston Globe >>
PRC 35th Anniversary Gala
Tickets Now on Sale
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Photonics Center Colloquium Room
8 Saint Mary's Street, 9th Floor
6 pm - 10 pm Keynote Speaker:
Photography Critic and AuthorLifetime Achievement Awards
Carl Chiarenza, Chris Enos, and Barbara Hitchcock
Join us for a celebration of the legendary history of the Photographic Resource Center and to look at the future of New England's premiere institution devoted to photography.More info and to purchase tickets >>If you would like to volunteer for the gala, please send an email to email@example.com with "Gala Volunteer" as the subject line by no later than October 25.
Exhibition Review -
Heights of Observation: Vittorio Sella
| Vittorio Sella, Crevasse on the Glacier Blanc, Grand Sagne and Ecrins, Alps, August 13, 1888 |
Born in Biella, Italy in 1859, Vittorio Sella began his photographic career as a young man setting out on missions to climb and photograph the nearby Alps. This hobby soon turned into a passion and Sella's missions became increasingly challenging and dangerous. At that time, photography as a medium was still new. Although the technology had come a long way in just a short amount of time, the equipment remained large and cumbersome, not to mention fragile - hardly the point-and-click shooting we think of today.
Read More >>
For a limited time only, we are offering individual prints from the PRC Portfolio!
LISTINGS: Photo Events in New England
Robert Richfield A Journey to the End
Bruce Myren Selections for the Fortieth Parallel: Missouri, Kansas, and Colorada (October 22-November 27) Artists' Reception: October 22, 5:30-8pm. 450 Harrison Avenue #37, Boston, MA 02118. 617-482-0411. www.gallerykayafas.com
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Traces: Daniel Ranalli, Cape Work 1987-2007 (October 15-January 16, 2010) Opening Reception: October 22, 7pm. 460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657. 508-487-1750. http://www.paam.org/
Wellesley College, Davis Museum and Cultural Center
Family Day @ the Davis: Light and Shadow (October 24, 1-3pm)
Wellesley College, 106 Central Street in Wellesley, MA. 781-283-2051. http://www.davismuseum.wellesley.edu/
Odyssey: The Photographs of Linda Connor (July 2-October 31) TC Colley lecture with the artist: October 26, 7pm. 224 Benefit Street, Providence, RI 02903. 401-454-6322. http://www.risdmuseum.org/
Photographic Resource Center
Student Night at the PRC/Costume Party (October 27, 7-9pm) 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. 617-975-0600.
Johnson State College
Life on the Border: The Karen People of Burma (August 15-December 20) Artist Talk: October 28, 3pm. Dibden Center for the Arts, 337 College Hill, Johnson, VT 05656. 802-635-1469. www.jsc.edu
New Hampshire Institute of Art
The Thomas Adams Fine Art Photography Collection (October 4-October 31) Panel Discussion on Collecting Photographs: October 28, 5:30-6:30. 148 Concord Street, Manchester, NH. 866-241-4918. www.nhia.edu
Robert Floyd Photo Gallery
Besty Feick: The Puddle at the End of the Road (October 2-31) Gallery Talks: October 31, 3pm. 2 East Street, Southampton, MA 01072. 413-529-2635. www.robertfloydphoto.com
Lecture Series Fall 2010
Dawoud Bey (November 2, 2pm)
Tower Building, 11th Floor, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115. 617-879-7333. www.massart.edu
Traces of Memory: A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland (September 6-November 12; Reception: November 3, 6-8pm) Florence and Chafetz Hillel House at Boston University, 213 Bay State Road, Boston, MA 02215. 617-353-7200. www.bu.edu/hillel/gallery
Click here for a complete list of current exhibitions,events, and call for entries >>
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