As the dynamic conversation of photography continues to evolve, we are engaged in moving this dialogue forward. Center Forward 2011 will include a main gallery group exhibition and a solo exhibition award. The theme is open and all subjects are eligible. Please join us in the conversation.
JUROR: Hamidah Glasgow is the Executive Director at The Center for Fine Art Photography. Ms. Glasgow has had diverse careers as a TV producer, photographer and nonprofit arts executive. She has been a reviewer for PhotoLA, FotoFest, Critical Mass and Photolucida 2011.
The deadline for Center Forward 2011 is February 23, 2011.
*Early bird deadline is Monday, February 7, 2011.
There is less than one week left to submit for Consumption, The Center for Fine Art Photography’s next call for entries! The deadline has been extended and all submissions are now due by Tuesday, April 27. All selected artists will be featured in a gallery exhibition in the Center’s Main Gallery and are eligible for awards from liveBooks and Blurb! For more information, please click [HERE].
(Photo Credit: Ethan and His Blue Things by Jeongmee Yoon)
This exhibition will be juried by Brian Paul Clamp, the Director of CLAMPART.
Mr. Clamp is a native Coloradoan who now calls New York City home. After working several years in an Upper East Side gallery, he opened the doors to CLAMPART in 2000. Located in Chelsea, Manhattan, CLAMPART specializes in a broad range of Modern and Contemporary paintings, prints, and photographs. Brian holds a Masters of Art in Critical Studies in Modern Art from Columbia University, and is the author of thirty publications on American Art to date.
In an interview on Examiner.com, Mr. Clamp stated,
“I’m attracted to artists that can convey their ideas and who are aware of their place amongst the cultural landscape.”
If you plan on submitting for the Consumption call for entries, it’s good to know that the juror will be looking for work that “has soul.” Read the rest of the interview [HERE].
CLAMPART is known for working with emerging talent. Mr. Clamp suggests,
“… the more exposure the better. The most important thing is to have as many eyes on your artwork as possible.”
You can listen to and/or read another interview with Mr. Clamp, courtesy of ADBASE, by clicking [HERE].