Photography as Response with Juror Christy Havranek

October 6 - November 11, 2017

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Man Living in Mariupol, Ukraine
Timothy Eastman
Director's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Rosenhayn
Geoffrey Agrons
Artist's Website
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Turning Tables
Sobia Ahmad
Artist's Website
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Undocumented
Greg Bal
Artist's Website
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Methane Flames
Steven Brown
Artist's Website
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New Alternatives No. 1
Joan Lobis Brown
Framed Price $$1200 / Print Price $$1000
Artist's Website
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Who Needs Fences When You Have Eminent Domain
Lynne Buchanan
Artist's Website
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Voices In The Street
Preston Buchtel
Artist's Website
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The Fisherman
Antonio Busiello
Artist's Website
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Untitled
Danielle Cadwallader
Artist's Website
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Prescribed Burn at John's Farm
Christine Carr
Artist's Website
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The Cross
Shelley Corcoran
Artist's Website
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Judge and Inmate
Camilo Cruz
Director's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Wave
Carol Devine
Juror's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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James
Michael Dillow
Artist's Website
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Woman Living in Gnutove, Ukraine
Timothy Eastman
Juror's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Anisa
Farrah Emami
Artist's Website
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Ericka
Farrah Emami
Artist's Website
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Playing guitar as a warrior
Onur Ercoskun
Artist's Website
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Baby Dress
Diane Fenster
Artist's Website
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Border Patrol Stop (Southern California)
Dan Gemkow
Artist's Website
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Brown Girl Rebellion
Celine Hartwig
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Flag with Power Pole and Mt. Hadley
Jeffrey Heyne
Director's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Laverne (Catskill Animal Sanctuary)
Janet Holmes
Artist's Website
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Precious Cargo
Michael Honegger
Artist's Website
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The Bathers
Michael Honegger
Artist's Website
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Tour Bus, Mayday Rally, Manhattan
Christopher Janaro
Artist's Website
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Linda
Christopher Janaro
Artist's Website
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Jean-Marie
Larassa Kabel
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Reconstructing East Burnside
Beth Kerschen
Artist's Website
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Blue Boy No Longer
Dottie King
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Arrival No. 4
Marie-Luise Klotz
Artist's Website
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The Executive Suite
Shelley Koon
Artist's Website
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Brandon_hate crime_UK
DG Krueger
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Moss Chair
Natasha Lavdovsky
Juror's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Still Not Asking For It
Erica Martin
Artist's Website
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Medgars
LUNASOLO
Director's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Blue Bakery Plastic/Fly Away
Kris Moore
Director's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Soccer Match 2
John Josef Nickerson
Artist's Website
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Healthy Environment
Roberto Pestarino
Artist's Website
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Scree
David Pittenger
Artist's Website
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Untitled No. 0114
Georgina Reskala
Director's Award
Artist's Website
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Accommodation
Denise Ross
Artist's Website
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Break
Joshua Sarinana
Juror's Award
Artist's Website
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Last Nice Day
Joshua Sarinana
Artist's Website
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Compartment
Kathryn I. Scott
Artist's Website
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Americana
Lucas Stiegman
Artist's Website
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The Measurements Don't Add Up
Kaitlyn Stoddard-Carter
Artist's Website
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Clothes Line
Robby Toles
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Asher
Sandra Chen Weinstein
Juror's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website
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Rites of Hajj
Yousuf Zafar
Juror's Honorable Mention
Artist's Website

 

Photography As Response Exhibition

Photography as Response provides photographers and our community with a platform to address current local and global social issues. Please join us for community talks on relevant issues at the Center with specific dates to be announced shortly. To receive event emails about this and other upcoming events, use our quick sign up here.

 

Juror Statement

 

In her seminal collection of essays “On Photography,” Susan Sontag wrote: “To photograph is to appropriate the thing photographed. It means putting oneself into a certain relation to the world that feels like knowledge — and, therefore, like power.”

 

And with that power comes responsibility. Photographers have both the power and responsibility to critique and inform the world, a responsibility to respond to what was, in order to play an active role in our future: what will be. Indeed, where would we be without Picasso’s Guernica? Without the work Nick Ut, Kara Walker, Adrees Latif, Susan Meiselas, Barbara Kruger, James Nachtwey, and scores of other artists and photographers? The world looks to the photography & art communities to address the human issues we face: war, institutionalized racism, addiction, inequality, LGBTQ rights, sexism, climate change, ocean pollution and more. The images featured in this exhibition are testament to the seemingly fractured place the world is in. It is our responsibility to respond by reclaiming what has oppressed us, affected us, abused us — and foster change from that shift of power.

 

_Christy Havranek

 

JUROR | Christy Havranek
Christy Havranek is the Photo Director at the Huffington Post. With 17 years experience in photo and digital media, she has previously worked in a variety of industries, all centered on photography: Frommer’s Travel, NBC Universal, Polo Ralph Lauren and Bloomsbury Publishing, among others.

 

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IMPORTANT DATES
Exhibition Dates | October 5 – November 11, 2017
Public + Artists’ Reception |  November 10, 2017
Selected Artist Reviews | November 11, 2017

 

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