Friday, December 31, 2010

to end this year, gregory halpern and seth lower

this year was a painful but fulfilling year. friends died, friends where born. met new people found old people. in the end i am happy it is over.

amongst the many things learned and explored this year, books were one of those things that really made me want to excitingly continue photographing. the possibilities that a book opens up has let me once more explore my new projects in ways i hadn't thought of. so to end this year of posting i wanted to present two artistas whose works involve very witty editing and picture making. happy new year then. 2011 will be great.

gregory halpern

seth lower


Sunday, December 12, 2010

the american wall

The FotoVisura Portfolio Review & Consultation

The FotoVisura Portfolio Review & Consultation is a dynamic session in which each photographer presents their work in one-on-one sessions with each of the participating editors. The editorial team includes the Visura Magazine staff as well as a carefully selected group of leading photography editors. Each editor will focus on a specific aspect of the body of work (such as the selection, sequence, or artist's statement) - in addition to giving their overall perspective. Through this process, each photographer will receive a highly productive 3 hour intensive workshop with a variety of perspective and approaches from leading professional editors.

Date: December 18th, 2010
Morning Session: 9:00am-12:00pm
Afternoon Session: 1:00pm-4:00pm
Maximum Capacity: 8-10
Cost: $250.00
Location: Tribeca, New York City
Reviewers: Amber Terranova/Photographer & Photo Editor of PDN Magazine, James Estrin/ Co-Editor of The New York Times Lens Blog and Senior Staff Photographer, Graham Letorney/ Curator of 100 Words on Photography for the NPR's Picture Show Blog, Lauren Schneiderman/ Editor of Visura Spotlight, Adriana Teresa/ Editor of Visura Magazine.
more info here

Saturday, December 11, 2010

eunice adorno/ fraum blaum

además de ser una gran artista eunice es una super amiga que últimamente le han llovido los laureles como el premio benitez de la feria del libro de guadalajara. su super trabajo sobre las mujeres de comunidades aisladas es LA NETA. aqui ponga algo del trabajo y seguro veremos más de ella y sus proyectos en un futuro próximo. orale con el nuevo documentalismo mexicano. su página y trabajo aquí.

una buena rola y un buen video para el fin de semana

El Guincho - Bombay from CANADA on Vimeo.