NYC: Pinhole Photos
Rose Marasco, Times Square, no. 1, 2009.
While the Manhattan streets are filled with the bustle of rushing pedestrians and cars, Rose Marasco's photographs allow this urban activity to be metaphorically pushed away in an effort to provide an exquisitely singular view of the environment itself.
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WORKSHOPMary Virginia Swanson
Finding Your Audience: An Introduction to Marketing Your Photographs
Saturday, February 2, 2013, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm (lunch break: 1-2pm)
BU George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium
775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
$100 General Public | $85 PRC Members
Seminar size: 150
Mary Virginia Swanson at a seminar at PhotoNOLA. Photograph by Kathleen Robbins.
In this richly illustrated presentation, author, educator, and creative consultant Mary Virginia Swanson will discuss the most effective ways to identify appreciative audiences for your photographs, and to present yourself and your work to industry professionals in a effective manner. Swanson will survey the diverse range of opportunities for placement of photographic imagery, and share her expertise on researching, analyzing and approaching likely matches with an emphasis on new markets for photography.
An Evening at Howard Yezerski Gallery with Karl Baden
January 17, 2013
$35 General Public | $25 PRC Members
Karl Baden, Cambridge, MA.
Join us at Howard Yezerski Gallery on January 17 to discuss Karl Baden's new exhibit, Roadside Attraction with the artist, gallery owner, and gallery director.
Through the shield of laminated safety glass, Baden exposes the view from his eye in Roadside Attraction. Framed by his car's perceptions, this world is wacky, quizzical, and incomprehensible. Spaces are inside out, and it takes time for your perception to settle. Where is he? What is that? Is he DRIVING? These are slow photographs; their content leaks out of those odd angles at its own pace.
The PRC's newly established Collectors Focus provides programming for photography collectors in the greater Boston area. While there are numerous opportunities in and around Boston to view exhibitions and to hear artist talks, rarely is programming designed specifically for the photography collecting audience. The Collectors Focus creates a community of collectors, encouraging dialogue and networking opportunities with other participants specifically about issues of importance to this audience, in addition to making connections with local galleries, museums, and major photography players.
Unconventional Inventions Artists Announced
The PRC is thrilled to announce the winners of this call for entries to exhibit at Endicott College. From a submission pool of 115 photographers, Jurors Christopher James, Francine Weiss, and Howard Yezerski selected the following seven artists for inclusion in Unconventional Inventions:
David Adams (Tempe, AZ)
Jessica Burko (Jamaica Plain, MA)
Christoph Engel (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Donna Hamil Talman (Worcester, MA)
Angelina Kidd (Redmond, WA)
Liz Lee (Lakeview, NY)
Andrew Neumann (Boston, MA)
The seven-week exhibition will be held at Endicott College's Carol Grillo Gallery in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts from March 11 - April 26, 2013. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, March 14, 5:00 - 7:00 pm. This riveting show features artists who take unconventional and innovative approaches to photography by pushing the boundaries of the medium, using alternative or new processes and techniques, integrating photography with other arts or new technologies, or experimenting with scale or frame. Unconventional Inventions celebrates photography's wonderful eccentricities.
Portfolio Reviews with Glenn Ruga
Wednesday, January 23, 1 - 4pm
Registration: Wednesday, January 16, 10am
832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Monthly portfolio reviews at the PRC are one way that we find new talented photographers to invite to exhibit in NEO, Loupe, and our new Members Gallery at the PRC.
Photographers who sign up will be required to send 4-6 jpg images (under 1mb each), a resume, and an artists statement to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the review. The images should reflect the work that will be presented.
To reserve your slot, please call the PRC at 617-975-0600 on January 16 beginning at 10am. This opportunity is for PRC Members only and is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
The Doors of Perception: Vision and Innovation in Alternative ProcessesFeaturing work by Ron Cowie, Jesseca Ferguson, Gretjen Helene, Scott McMahon, Mark Osterman and France Scully Osterman, and Jerry SpagnoliFebruary 5 - March 23, 2013Opening Reception: Thursday, February 7, 2012, 6:30-8pmPRC Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA Ron Cowie, Ulysses.
The Doors of Perception: Vision and Innovation in Alternative Processes showcases contemporary photographers working with a diverse range of historic, or alternative, photographic processes, such as pinhole photography, tintype, cyanotype, platinum printing, and gum bichromate, as well as liquid emulsion. Employing these photographic processes from the past to create unique handmade photographic objects, the artists in this exhibition reinvest the photograph with what critic Walter Benjamin feared would vanish in the age of reproduction: the "aura" of a work of art.
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EXHIBITIONSThe Space in Between
This exhibition will relocate in late January from the PRC Gallery to the Boston Properties Atlantic Wharf Gallery
November 15, 2012 - January 19, 2013
PRC Gallery, 832 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
January 28 - March 22, 2013
Opening reception and artists/curator talk: Thursday, January 31, 2013,
Satellite Exhibition at Boston Properties Atlantic Wharf Gallery
290 Congress Street, Boston, MA
The Space in Between features artwork that focuses on societal built environments in urban settings. The images capture supposedly empty or vacant scenes in public spaces where humans are present without being pictured. The very absence of human subjects forces the viewer to contemplate the space in between these human-made structures. While firmly rooted in the 21st century, these photographs also portray a timeless feel, as if the artists froze the frame at the initial moment of abandonment, preserving a particular constructed expression of culture for generations to come.
Image: Lynn Saville, Pepsi Cola SIgn, 2008. Courtesy of Gallery Kayafas.
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