Wednesday, October 27, 2010

20x200- Amy Stein's Halloween in Harlem

Untitled (Hulk) and Untitled (Powerpuff Girls) from Amy Stein's Halloween in Harlem series are now available from 20x200. I have seen the prints in person and they are beautiful. I'm very excited to get my copies and hang them up. This is such a great opportunity for would be collectors and art lovers limited on funds to own works by established and emerging artists. Amy's prints are selling out fast so get yours now! 
 "I am a big believer in the 20x200 mission of (limited editions × low prices) + the internet = art for everyone and was flattered when they asked me to participate. For my 20x200 edition I made the decision to offer C-prints which meant hand printing every last photo. It almost killed me, but I am in love with the final prints. Check out the 20x200 site to see (and purchase!) the editions." - Amy Stein

PDN Photo Plus Expo

Its that time of year again and PDN's Photo Plus Expo is gearing up to start tomorrow. Designed for professionals and advanced amateurs in the photographic and imaging industries, PDN PhotoPlus Expo showcases the latest advances in photography. Attendees are able to explore hundreds of exhibits and attend a wide variety of photography and imaging seminars. I will be a panelist on the Grant Writing 101 seminar presented by David Walker, Executive Editor, Photo District News with Ellen Liberatori, Author, Guide to Getting Arts Grants, Yukiko Yamagata, Associate Director, Open Society Institute,and Brenda Anne Kennealy, Photographer
Thursday, Oct 28, 2010 - 8:45 AM to 11:45 AM
Click HERE for a list of seminars.

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
New York City
October 28-30, 2010

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Inner Views- Zwelethu Mthethwa

Don't miss this exhibition on view at the Studio Museum until October 24th.
Zwelethu Mthethwa: Inner Views brings together three series by South African photographer Zwelethu Mthethwa (b. 1960). “Interiors” and “Empty Beds” document the domestic lives of migrant workers around Johannesburg, South Africa, while “Common Ground” focuses on the shared experience of natural disasters in urban areas, featuring houses in New Orleans, Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina and on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, after wildfires.