(Photo credit: Tom Chambers, Transfiguration)
(Photo credit: Mitch Dobrowner, Arm of God)
(Photo credit: Matt Eich, Dialia walking home from church)
(Photo credit: Rania Matar, Siena 17, Brookline MA 2009)
(Photo credit: Kirk Crippens, Galaxy)
(Photo credit: Traer Scott, Tiger)
(Photo credit: S. Gayle Stevens, pool west beach and barkley)
(Photo credit: Jessica Hines, Untitled #8, Chapter 7: I Pray For Your Spirit)
Photolucida just released its Top 50 list for 2010. The full list of Center exhibitors selected in the Critical Mass Top 50 include: Tom Chambers, Kirk Crippens, Mitch Dobrowner, Matt Eich, Jessica Hines, Mary Shannon Johnstone, Loli Kantor, Rania Matar, Christopher Rauschenberg, Manjari Sharma, Yisook Sohn, S. Gayle Stevens, Traer Scott, Daniel Traub and Kevin Van Aelst.
This is an amazing opportunity and a tremendous accomplishment for these artists. Congrats all!
Toasting the success of past Center exhibitors. Keep those updates coming!
(Photo credit: Klea McKenna, Untitled (Lagunitas Creek), from the series Slow Burn, 2010)
Klea McKenna recently received the 3rd Hey, Hot Shot! Curator’s Choice Award. In addition to being featured on the HHS blog, Klea will receive a selection of seven books published by Aperture.
You can read more about McKenna in her 2009 interview on Nymphoto.
(Photo credit: Mitch Dobrowner, Storm Cell)
Mitch Dobrowner is turning up the heat with his captivating new black and white series Storms. Dobrowner is featured in Elemental, a three person group show at photo-eye gallery. The exhibition opened July 9th and will run through September 4, 2010 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Storms was also recently awarded first prize in the Professional Nature category at Prix de la Photographie, Paris 2010 (PX3).
(Photo credit: Gunnar Conrad, Lime Creek Avalanche Path)
Colorado photographer Gunnar Conrad was also honored by the PX3 2010 – his series Colorado Snow Flurry received second prize in the Nature category and third prize in the Abstract Fine Art category. His image Yellowstone – Twenty Years After the Fires, won third prize in the Nature category.