(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!
There is one week left to submit for Strange Beauty, The Center for Fine Art Photography’s next call for entries! 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].
Theme: It is through the ordinary that we are able to recognize the extraordinary or strange. Break down the conventions of beauty and look beyond the traditional to the unusual. Strange Beauty is found in the unfamiliar, evoking wonder and awe. Beauty is found in the unexpected.
This exhibition will be juried by Darren Ching and Debra Klomp Ching, co-owners of KLOMPCHING GALLERY. They are passionate about bringing the work of exciting new talent and under appreciated photographs by established artists to the public’s attention. KLOMPCHING GALLERY is described as ‘dynamic’ and ‘one of the galleries to watch in NYC.’ Its exhibitions have been reviewed in publications such as The New Yorker, Hotshoe, New York Magazine, ArtReview, The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, The Architect’s Newspaper, and Modern Painters.
Today we are showcasing featured artists from past exhibitions at the Center. While these images come from many different exhibitions, and were selected by various jurors, they portray some conveyance of Strange Beauty.
For more information on this and other Calls for Entry at the Center, please visit the Calls for Entry section of PERSPECTIVES or go to http://www.c4fap.org. Good luck to all entrants!