Matt Savage’s photo blog.
The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC) at UBC has two galleries: the Foyer Gallery and The Gallery @ Ike’s Cafe. These spaces are not only for UBC students to display their art, but for artists within the broader community as well. The Gallery @ Ike’s Cafe features a wall hanging system with approximately 86 feet [...]
carte blanche is now accepting poetry, fiction, nonfiction, translation, graphic fiction, and photographic narratives for our Spring Issue (#13). New to this issue, carte blanche is also seeking submissions for a themed feature on crisis. For photographers, this means that we want you to train your camera on the moments or events that change everything. [...]
Sean Raggett graduated from Emily Carr with a BFA in Photo in 2004. All of the above images are taken from his Modern Landscapes series.
Andy Jenkins’ photo blog.
Alec Soth: “What’s Next in Photography?” Jed Pearl: “Yesterday’s Heroes: Can we rescue great photojournalism?” Photojournalists are yesterday’s heroes. True, there are still some big names out there, among them Gilles Peress and Sabastiao Salgado. But the significance of their work is unclear. Do they shape political or social opinion through their images? Or are [...]
A reminder to all (including myself) that March 1st is the deadline to submit to how soon is never, and March 6th is the deadline for The Cheaper Show. Also, it’s come to my attention that not everyone received the ECU email regarding a call for submissions to Gallery Fukai, located near the corner of [...]
“‘Someone in their teens should have made that film,” he replies. “But someone that age couldn’t have made it. They wouldn’t have the perspective or clarity. They’d clean it up in certain ways.’” Larry Clark is interviewed by Ryan Gilby for The Guardian. Read the full article here, written for the opening of Larry Clark: [...]
“As in the last four years, Foam Magazine’s Fall issue will present the work of young talented photographers worldwide.” The submission deadline is April 17th, 2011. Visit the Talent Call section of their site for full details and the ability to submit work. Then submit your work.
Der Grief Magazine’s website.