No Party is pleased to announce the opening of its inaugural bookstore in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. The store will be open for the month of June, and feature photography books and prints by members Conrad Brown, Ruth Skinner, and Alexa Stroth. Opening Reception Friday, June 3rd at 7:30pm Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons (or [...]
“Since its inception in 2005, Hey, Hot Shot!, the premier international photography competition, has providedone hundred and thirty-five photographers from all over the world with unrivaled exposure, support and recognition. With a longstanding history of incredible opportunities being awarded to hundreds of artists, Jen Bekman Projects encourages photographers at all stages of their careers to [...]
Photographer Martin Parr made portraits of celebrities with the one item they would take with them if their homes were to flood. This series followed a trip to flooded Quang Tri province in Vietnam where he photographed people to pose with their prized possession if their homes were to flood. The series, comprised of both the photos [...]
“In an exclusive interview, Taryn Simon discusses her photographs from the acclaimed series An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar and from her latest body of work, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters. The exhibition opens at London’s Tate Modern on 25 May” via the Guardian.
Snapshot decisions: Philip-Lorca diCorsica’s Polaroids “DiCorcia’s meticulous-to-the-point-of-obsessive preparation was evident from the start. He once fixed a flash bulb to the inside of a fridge that was triggered by the door being opened. He photographed his brother looking into the fridge over and over again until he created the most “real” approximation of that “casual” [...]
from vancouver is awesome on another one of the photography departments recent graduates matt savage: Emily Carr’s Degree Exhibition 2011 is an exhibit of works from this year’s 306 graduates being shown from May 7-22 at 1399 Johnston Street on Granville Island. To raise awareness of what promises to be an incredible show we’ve invited a [...]
kelin kaardal from the cheaper show interviewed one of the photography departments most recent graduates, ruth skinner. ruth was the curator of the photography department blog up until her recent graduation this past may. she did a marvelous job documenting and showcasing other students work, after re-working it and bringing it up from the depths of the [...]
David Cooper is teaching a hands-on dance photography and lighting workshop in his Vancouver studio. Working over two days with both contemporary and ballet dancers, you will capture dynamic movement and learn how to use short duration strobes for freezing motion. “David Cooper has been shooting the performing arts for 30 years. He has shot for [...]
photographer david bornfriend was born awesome. he is available for wet-plate portrait commission.