Photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 00:11:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://photobolsillo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Photography – Photo Bolsillo http://photobolsillo.com/ 32 32 Robert Irwin explains how his photography book continues the legacy of late father Steve Irwin https://photobolsillo.com/robert-irwin-explains-how-his-photography-book-continues-the-legacy-of-late-father-steve-irwin/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 00:11:03 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/robert-irwin-explains-how-his-photography-book-continues-the-legacy-of-late-father-steve-irwin/ Robert Irvin is officially an author, publishing a book of photographs in honor of her late father, Steve Irwin. Robert recently opened up candidly about how his father’s love of photography inspired him to get behind the camera and make it one of his hobbies. “My dad was a very, very passionate photographer,” Robert told […]]]>

Robert Irvin is officially an author, publishing a book of photographs in honor of her late father, Steve Irwin.

Robert recently opened up candidly about how his father’s love of photography inspired him to get behind the camera and make it one of his hobbies.

“My dad was a very, very passionate photographer,” Robert told People magazine. “It’s kind of in the family. He was just as enthusiastic behind the lens as he was in front. And that’s always been there and it’s been part of my life.”

The book, “Robert Irwin’s Australia”, is a way for Irwin to show the beauty of Australia to the rest of the world, while showing the effects of climate change on the country. Additionally, the book will also contain never-before-seen photos of Robert and his family, including a snapshot of the late Irwin showing Robert a professional camera for the first time.

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Robert Irwin published a photography book to honor his father’s love of photography.
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Robert started working on the book five years ago, but says he had the idea for it many years before, explaining that “it was always something simmering in the background”.

“I was like, ‘You know what? I want to do this justice and do something that really celebrates what has become my personal way of carrying on my dad’s legacy,'” he said.

While the book is a report on australiawith Irwin calling it “the ultimate celebration of this country”, he hopes to publish more books in the future that explore other parts of the world.

He feels blessed to have had the opportunity “to photograph just about every corner of the planet”, saying “this is the start of what hopefully will end up being a series”.

Robert described his book as a "Party" from Australia.

Robert described his book as a “celebration” of Australia.
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In 2006, Steve- known as “The Crocodile Hunter” – died after being stung by a stingray while filming in the Great Barrier Reef for the documentary series ‘Ocean’s Deadliest’. At the time of his death, Robert was only 2 years old.

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“What Dad really instilled in me – because I was very young when he passed away, but he was there so much from my early years – [was that] he was so passionate about being there for me and my sister all the time. He was the most devoted father,” Robert said. “I think that passion he had and that absolute zest for life is just my foundation. I like to say it’s a factory setting for me.”

Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin and Robert Irwin at the ceremony honoring Steve Irwin with a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin and Robert Irwin at the ceremony honoring Steve Irwin with a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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In 2018, the whole family traveled to Hollywood to be present when Steve was posthumously honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Robert, with his mom, Terri and sister Bindiposed in front of Steve’s star with a huge snake.

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Farhana Setu’s solo photography exhibition “Ankur” is underway at the Asiatic Center https://photobolsillo.com/farhana-setus-solo-photography-exhibition-ankur-is-underway-at-the-asiatic-center/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 05:10:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/farhana-setus-solo-photography-exhibition-ankur-is-underway-at-the-asiatic-center/ The exhibition will continue until December 3 and will be open to all from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily TBS Report November 21, 2022, 11:10 a.m. Last modification: November 21, 2022, 11:13 a.m. From left to right: Iresh Zaker, Asaduzzaman Noor, Farhana Setu and Dr. Rumana Dowla. Photo: courtesy “> From left to right: […]]]>

The exhibition will continue until December 3 and will be open to all from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily

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A photo exhibition titled “Ankur”, organized by the Mangaldeep Foundation, opened on Sunday at Banani Asian Center in the capital.

The exhibition is held at the Batighar Sritite Shorone Aly Zaker Auditorium of the Asian Center and features 30 photographs by Farhana Setu.

On this occasion, a press conference was organized at the Asian Center where former Minister of Culture and cultural personality Asaduzzaman Noor, Asian General Manager Iresh Zaker, photographer Farhana Setu and others were present.

Farhana Setu said, “I overcame many challenges to create these works. I want to create awareness through them.”

Asaduzzaman Noor said, “Aly Zaker was not just busy with business or cultural activities. He was involved in many businesses. He died of cancer. He wanted to work with cancer patients. We are trying to make his wish come true. We will continue to carry out such activities under the guidance of Asiatic.”

About three lakh children are affected by blood or bone marrow cancer every year in the country, of which only 20% can recover. The exhibition was organized to increase everyone’s sympathy towards the affected children and also to raise awareness of related issues.

The photographer attempted to highlight the dreams and visions of the affected children through the exhibition. The show will continue until December 3 and is open to all from 3-8 p.m. daily.

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Concern in Bradford over new photography center at V&A museum https://photobolsillo.com/concern-in-bradford-over-new-photography-center-at-va-museum/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/concern-in-bradford-over-new-photography-center-at-va-museum/ The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is due to open its new photography center in spring 2023, making it the UK’s largest space for permanent photography collection. It happens six years after the VIRGINIA acquired more than 400,000 world famous pieces from media museum Collection of the Royal Photographic Society. The to transfer of the […]]]>

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is due to open its new photography center in spring 2023, making it the UK’s largest space for permanent photography collection.

It happens six years after the VIRGINIA acquired more than 400,000 world famous pieces from media museum Collection of the Royal Photographic Society.

The to transfer of the images and artifacts constituted 10% of the media museum’s collection.

It featured some of first photographic imagesinnovative color photography, cameras and more.

The latest developments in the V&A’s photography center vision have left the Eccleshill-born photographer Ian Beesley concerned.

But the media museum dismissed any suggestion that Bradford could lose, and added that the center had been “the ambition of the V&A for a long time”.

“Every year there’s something else that makes them bigger,” Mr Beesley said.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ian Beesley, pictured aboveIan Beesley, pictured above (Picture: NewsQuest)

“When that [National Museum of Photography, Film and Television] was created in 1983, it changed my career. I had access to the greatest photographs in the world. This opportunity has been taken away from the younger generation, particularly in the north of England, who aspire to become photographers and filmmakers.

“Everything gravitates towards the south. What we have here is a prime example of non-leveling.

“It’s a question of access. I used to have meetings and people would say, well, Bradford is a hard place to get to. If you turn your back, London is a hard place to get to.

“When you think Bradford is going to be cultural city it seems a shame that six years ago we lost what was a very important thing.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: the slogan of the cultural city of Bradford projected onto the town hall. Bradford City of Culture’s slogan is projected onto the Town Hall. (Picture: Bradford 2025)

“There was no transparency about the decisions that were made.”

Shedding light on the situation, a spokesperson for the media museum said: “We already have and will continue to have a collection of internationally significant photography and photographic technology at National Museum of Science and Media.

Photography is a priority for the museum. We focus on areas of photographic process and practice, and are particularly interested in stories about how material images and technology (analog or digital) were made and used.

“The Royal Society of Photography collection moved to the V&A in 2016 because it fits more with their mission than ours.

“We still have over 3 million photographs in our collections. These collections focus on photographs that provide an understanding of the development of photographic processes (such as the Kodak collection), the ongoing cultural impact of photography (such as the Daily Herald archives), as well as photographic archives that have a particular interest in Bradford. (like the Impressions Gallery archive).

“Visitors can currently enjoy an entire floor of the museum devoted to photography. We also have the upcoming Sound and Vision Galleries – a major redevelopment to showcase our collections, which will provide us with many more opportunities to exhibit our photography and photographic technology.

“We recently digitized 50,000 photographs of the Daily Herald Archive in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture – open them up to a global audience online.

“The new galleries at the V&A have been their long-time ambition and we welcome the fact that more of the country’s photography collections will be on display.”

The Telegraph & Argus has contacted the V&A museum for comment, but has not received any at the time of publication.

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Photo Editing Software Market Forecast, Trend Analysis to 2028 |, Adobe, Dxo Optics, Corel, Manhole, Inc, Skylum, Bytedance, Lightricks, Acdsee Ultimate, Cyberlink, Macphun, Zoner, Meitu https://photobolsillo.com/photo-editing-software-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028-adobe-dxo-optics-corel-manhole-inc-skylum-bytedance-lightricks-acdsee-ultimate-cyberlink-macphun-zoner-meitu/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 05:19:41 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/photo-editing-software-market-forecast-trend-analysis-to-2028-adobe-dxo-optics-corel-manhole-inc-skylum-bytedance-lightricks-acdsee-ultimate-cyberlink-macphun-zoner-meitu/ New Jersey, United States – during a report recently published by Market Research Intellect, titled “Global Photo Editing Software Report 2022“, analysts provided a detailed summary of the world of photo editing software. The report is a comprehensive analysis study of the worldwide Photo Editing Software taking into consideration the expanding factors, recent trends, developments, […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – during a report recently published by Market Research Intellect, titled “Global Photo Editing Software Report 2022“, analysts provided a detailed summary of the world of photo editing software. The report is a comprehensive analysis study of the worldwide Photo Editing Software taking into consideration the expanding factors, recent trends, developments, opportunities and competitive landscape. Market analysts and analyzers have performed an in-depth analysis of the Photo Editing Software world with the help of research methodologies like PESTLE and Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis. they need correct and reliable market information and helpful recommendations with the aim of helping players to get an insight into the gift and future market situation. The report includes an in-depth study of the potential segments along with product type, application and user and their contribution to the market size.

Additionally, market revenue supported by region and country are provided in the report. The authors of the report also shed light on common trading methods adopted by players. Key global Photo Editing Software players and their comprehensive profiles are included in the report. Additionally, investment opportunities, recommendations and current trends within the international photo editing software are mapped by the report. With the help of this report, leading players in the world of photo editing software are going to be able to create sound selections and set up their means accordingly to stay ahead of the curve.

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Some of the key players profiled in the study are:

  • Adobe
  • Dxo Optics
  • CorelComment
  • Glance
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  • Skylum
  • Byteance
  • Lightricks
  • Acdsee Ultimate
  • cyberlink
  • macphun
  • Zoner
  • Meitu

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The attached regions are: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Oceania, South America, geographical area and continent

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The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art presents “Unstill Waters: Contemporary Photography from India” https://photobolsillo.com/the-smithsonians-national-museum-of-asian-art-presents-unstill-waters-contemporary-photography-from-india/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 20:14:35 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/the-smithsonians-national-museum-of-asian-art-presents-unstill-waters-contemporary-photography-from-india/ The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art will present “Unstill Waters: Contemporary Photography from India“, an exhibition that features 29 works by some of the most eminent artists working in India. Through photography and video, these artists highlight India’s landscape, both real and imagined, as a powerful way to examine contemporary environmental and social issues […]]]>

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art will present “Unstill Waters: Contemporary Photography from India“, an exhibition that features 29 works by some of the most eminent artists working in India. Through photography and video, these artists highlight India’s landscape, both real and imagined, as a powerful way to examine contemporary environmental and social issues of broader global concern. The exhibition will be presented at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery from December 10 to June 11, 2023, during the centenary– and celebrates Umesh and Sunanda Gaur’s donation to the museum’s growing collection of contemporary Asian photography.

Visually dynamic in scale and format, the works of “Unstill Waters” offer vivid perspectives on the human relationship to place. Artists Ketaki Sheth and Gigi Scaria turn to the streets of Mumbai and New Delhi as subjects, while the view of the landscape becomes a highly symbolic setting for Sheba Chhachhi. Atul Bhalla and Ravi Agarwal convey the profound importance of water, particularly the enduring cultural connection with the Yamuna River in northern India, its current endangered status, and the relationship between the rivers and the rapidly changing urban life.

‘Unstill Waters’ completes centenary exhibition “A Splendid Land: Paintings of Royal Udaipur” (19 Nov–14 May 2023). This major survey of 17th- and 19th-century works from Udaipur, India, focuses on landscapes, lake systems and city palaces and includes an ambient soundscape by acclaimed experimental filmmaker Amit Dutta.

“As the National Museum of Asian Art enters its next century, we are even more determined to expand our contemporary collection and bring it into dialogue with objects from Asia’s deep artistic traditions,” said Chase F. Robinson, Dame Jillian Sackler Director of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art. “We also celebrate the museum as a space where diverse people come together, converse and learn. “Unstill Waters” incorporates all of this and exemplifies our mission to exhibit and interpret Asian art in ways that deepen our collective understanding of Asia, the United States, and the world.

A series of accompanying programs in conjunction with the exhibition opening (details below) explore cultural attitudes towards water and speak to environmental racism, resource stewardship and climate concerns both locally and globally, discussing the parallel histories of the Yamuna River and the Anacostia River in Washington, DC Speakers include an artist featured in “Unstill Waters,” professors of environmental and global studies, and staff from Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum.

“Umesh and Sunanda Gaur have collected with the aim of supporting collaborations with scholars and students, and helping others discover India through the extraordinary work of modern and contemporary artists,” said Carol Huh, Associate Curator of Contemporary Asian Art. “It is an honor and a pleasure to follow their generous example through this exhibit and related programs.”

Events

Yamuna/Anacostia: rivers and environmental racism
Saturday, December 10; 1-3 p.m. ET
Hybrid: online and on site in the Freer Gallery of Art

This program will draw on key themes from ‘A Splendid Land’ and ‘Unstill Waters’. Artists and scholars will explore the parallel histories of the Yamuna and Anacostia rivers, contemporary community efforts to address damage to rivers and the communities that depend on them, and the role of image-making as a tool for environmental justice .

Speakers:

  • Ravi Agarwal, artist, environmental activist, writer and curator
  • Katrina Lashley, Program Coordinator, Anacostia Community Museum
  • Anne Rademacher, Professor of Environmental Studies, New York University
  • Bishnupriya Ghosh, Professor of English and Global Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

Artist Talk: Ravi Agarwal
Saturday, December 10; 4 p.m.
On site: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Curator Carol Huh and artist Ravi Agarwal will discuss the works in “Unstill Waters”.

Additional modern and contemporary art spaces coming in summer 2023

Building on the groundbreaking legacy of contemporary exhibitions – the museum was the first in the United States to have a program dedicated to contemporary Asian art – the National Museum of Asian Art will launch new spaces dedicated to contemporary art modern and contemporary from summer 2023. New acquisitions are continually being added to the collections to showcase the changing visual cultures of Asia in the 20th and 21st centuries.

About the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art is committed to preserving, exhibiting, researching and interpreting art in ways that deepen our collective understanding of Asia and the world. Housing more than 45,000 objects, the museum is home to one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Asian art in North America, with works dating from ancient times to the present day from China, Japan, from Korea, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Islamic world. Its rich collections bring the arts of Asia into direct dialogue with an extensive collection of 19th and early 20th century American works, providing an essential platform for creative collaboration and cultural exchange between the United States, the Asia and the Middle East.

Beginning with a 1906 gift that paved the way for the museum’s opening in 1923, the National Museum of Asian Art is a premier resource for visitors, students, and scholars in the United States and around the world. . Its galleries, labs, archives, and library are located on the National Mall in Washington, DC, and are part of the world’s largest museum complex, which typically brings in more than 27 million visits each year. The museum is free and open to the public 364 days a year (closed December 25), making its exhibits, programs, learning opportunities and digital initiatives accessible to a global audience.

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Bob Haines, Freeman’s retired photographer, dies at 82 – Daily Freeman https://photobolsillo.com/bob-haines-freemans-retired-photographer-dies-at-82-daily-freeman/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 20:30:35 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/bob-haines-freemans-retired-photographer-dies-at-82-daily-freeman/ KINGSTON, NY – Bob Haines, retired Freeman photographer, died on Friday, November 4. He was 82 years old. Haines retired from the Freeman in 2006 after 39 years of career capturing the ups and downs in both Kingston and the Mid-Hudson area, starting in 1967, when the newspaper’s headquarters were still located in a historic […]]]>

KINGSTON, NY – Bob Haines, retired Freeman photographer, died on Friday, November 4. He was 82 years old.

Haines retired from the Freeman in 2006 after 39 years of career capturing the ups and downs in both Kingston and the Mid-Hudson area, starting in 1967, when the newspaper’s headquarters were still located in a historic building at the foot of Broadway that now houses the restaurant and Mariner’s Harbor apartments.

Over the course of his career, Haines has photographed everything from local business ribbon cuttings to the Bill Clinton-Boris Yeltsin mini-summit in Hyde Park in 1995. He has taken pictures of movie stars including Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange, who were in Ulster County filming the movie “Tootsie”. “, and Barbra Streisand and Walter Mathou, during the filming of “Hello Dolly”. He even got the chance to photograph his childhood idol, Mickey Mantle, lamenting that he didn’t think to ask anyone to take a picture of him with the baseball great.

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Cindy Sherman joins the Board of Directors of the International Center of Photography https://photobolsillo.com/cindy-sherman-joins-the-board-of-directors-of-the-international-center-of-photography/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 21:40:40 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/cindy-sherman-joins-the-board-of-directors-of-the-international-center-of-photography/ The International Center of Photography Center (ICP) in New York has announced Cindy Sherman as one of its five new directors. Alongside Sherman, Uzodinma Iweala, chief executive of the Africa Center in Harlem, will fill their positions on the board; Toronto gallerist Jane Corkin; real estate developer and philanthropist Robert Fribourg, of New York; and […]]]>

The International Center of Photography Center (ICP) in New York has announced Cindy Sherman as one of its five new directors. Alongside Sherman, Uzodinma Iweala, chief executive of the Africa Center in Harlem, will fill their positions on the board; Toronto gallerist Jane Corkin; real estate developer and philanthropist Robert Fribourg, of New York; and Wall Street veteran Jonathan R. Furer.

“I felt that the organization, in asking me to participate, wanted to stand out from its more traditional roots and be seen in a broader sense of how photography is used today,” Sherman told the New York Times. “Anyone with a smartphone can relate to photography,” she noted, “much more than twenty-five years ago, and that’s why it’s more relevant than ever and why more people should discover ICP.”

Executive Director David Little, who took the reins of the institution in September 2021, told the newspaper that attendance at the ICP – which, like museums, galleries and arts organizers around the world, has been forced by the Covid-19 pandemic to temporarily close – is still down about 30% from pre-pandemic levels, with enrollment in ICP’s full-time on-site programs down about 28%.

Little, who came to the center with a strong fundraising background and extensive experience in education and community outreach, noted that by bringing in artists like Sherman and executives like Iweala, he hoped to help. the institution to go beyond documentary photography and into the fine arts.

“In the future, we will also mount shows that examine critical issues in culture and society,” he said. Little already seems to be keeping its promise: this coming spring, the ICP will host a portrait exhibition curated by Helen Molesworth and featuring works by artists Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie.

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Opening of the exhibition “Transformations: A Gender Exploration” at the Florida Museum of Photography https://photobolsillo.com/opening-of-the-exhibition-transformations-a-gender-exploration-at-the-florida-museum-of-photography/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/opening-of-the-exhibition-transformations-a-gender-exploration-at-the-florida-museum-of-photography/ In 1978 in New Orleans, Mariette Pathy Allen came across a group of people who called themselves “transvestites”. She explored their world through a series of photos that eventually became a book. WUSF’s Daylna Miller recently spoke with the photographer about her new exhibit at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, what inspired her, and […]]]>

In 1978 in New Orleans, Mariette Pathy Allen came across a group of people who called themselves “transvestites”. She explored their world through a series of photos that eventually became a book.

WUSF’s Daylna Miller recently spoke with the photographer about her new exhibit at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, what inspired her, and the changing language in the transgender community.

Miller: The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts’ new exhibit is called “Transformations: A Gender Exploration” with excerpts from your book “Transformations: Crossdressers and Their Who Love Them.” Can you tell us more about your inspiration for your book and your exhibition?

Allen: In 1978, I went to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. And just by chance, I stayed in the same hotel, where there was a group of transvestites. On the last day, I came down for breakfast, wearing my camera gear, and was invited by someone to this table full of very, very glamorous, lavishly dressed women. So they asked me to join them for breakfast, which of course I did.

And then after breakfast, they got up and paraded around a swimming pool, which was just outside the practice area. And then they went online. And as I held the camera up to my eyes, ready to take the shot, I noticed everyone in the group was looking in different directions, except the person in the middle was looking me straight in the eye. And when I took the picture, I thought, “I’m not looking at a man or a woman, I’m looking at the essence of a human being.”

And I thought, “I have to have this person in my life.” Well, she happened to live 20 blocks from me in New York. And it is thanks to this person that I got to know a whole world.

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Courtesy of CLAMP, New York

“Shirley and Malinda, backstage at the Fantasia Fair Follies”, 1978-89

Miller: So I want to talk a bit about language. Your book uses the term transvestites, which is not generally a term that transgender people use today. Can you tell us a bit about how the language changes?

Allen: Back in the 80s when I took most of these photos, the transgender community was very careful about dividing. Transvestites didn’t want to be mistaken for gays; they were very worried about it. They also didn’t want to be mistaken for transsexuals, and the focus was more on gender than on sexuality. So it was almost the rule. Then little by little, in the 90s, things relaxed. And a lot of transvestites took it a step further and started identifying full time as who they chose to be.

The other thing is that I started hanging out with female to male transgender people. And because until then, they did not mix. And so it was also a gathering of a range of people. And gradually there was a lot more unity. And there were also political activists on the streets in different places.

But it was the precursor to, I would say, life today. And in the 90s, the arguments about self-definition were the same as they are today. And the same questions come up. So what you’re going to see in this exhibit is the beginning of my exploration, but also, I think it’s a relatively accurate description of how at least some people were at that time.

Mariette Pathy Allen’s exhibition also features works from her “Fantasy & Flowers” series.

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Mariette Pathy Allen

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Winners named at the Western Mountain Photography Show https://photobolsillo.com/winners-named-at-the-western-mountain-photography-show/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 17:00:30 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/winners-named-at-the-western-mountain-photography-show/ Wes Connally “American Gothic Revisited” Photo submitted Mark Turner “Biplanes” Photo submitted Peggy Torello “On Mother Road, America’s Main Street” Photo submitted Kathy White “Elmwood Junction” Photo submitted Jen Hickey “Midday Midway” Photo submitted Jen Hickey “Cadillac Vista” Photo submitted William Burke “Playing Ball” Photo submitted The Rangeley Friends of the Arts hosted the 8th […]]]>

Wes Connally “American Gothic Revisited” Photo submitted

Mark Turner “Biplanes” Photo submitted

Peggy Torello “On Mother Road, America’s Main Street” Photo submitted

Kathy White “Elmwood Junction” Photo submitted

Jen Hickey “Midday Midway” Photo submitted

Jen Hickey “Cadillac Vista” Photo submitted

William Burke “Playing Ball” Photo submitted

The Rangeley Friends of the Arts hosted the 8th Annual Western Mountain Photography Show Awards Ceremony on September 10th. The theme of the exhibition was “Americana”.

Best of Show
Jen Hickey “Cadillac Vista”

Color category
1st place: William Burke “Playing ball”
2nd place: Jen Hickey “Midday Midway”
3rd place: Mark Turner “Biplanes”

Category Black & White
1st Place: Peggy Torello “On Mother Road, America’s Main Street”
2nd place: Kathy White “Elmwood Junction”
3rd place: Wes Connally “American Gothic Revisited”

Audience Award
Wes Connally “American Gothic Revisited”

The RFA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that “brings the arts to life” in the Rangeley Lakes region. For more information on their programs and events, visit rangeleyarts.org.


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Photographer uses Ukrainian soil as pigment in haunting images of wartime life https://photobolsillo.com/photographer-uses-ukrainian-soil-as-pigment-in-haunting-images-of-wartime-life/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 17:23:00 +0000 https://photobolsillo.com/photographer-uses-ukrainian-soil-as-pigment-in-haunting-images-of-wartime-life/ Living in wartime Kyiv, Ukraine, Valerii Veduta has grown accustomed to the daily sounds of airstrike alerts and the sight of tanks and rocket launchers. However, the artist has what he calls his own “weapon of choice”: photography. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, he has been documenting his family’s life through a photographic diary […]]]>

Living in wartime Kyiv, Ukraine, Valerii Veduta has grown accustomed to the daily sounds of airstrike alerts and the sight of tanks and rocket launchers. However, the artist has what he calls his own “weapon of choice”: photography.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, he has been documenting his family’s life through a photographic diary made with a large format film camera and tripod. He processes the photos in his bathroom using Ukrainian earth as a pigment to give them a dreamlike, almost nostalgic look. Then he scans them.

Multimedia images from his family album War Times — now sold as NFT on the Voice digital art market — does not directly document the invasion and its horrors. Veduta, 39, sees them more as a poem about the impact of war on ordinary people at the intersection of military conflict and everyday life.

The images have a poetic quality, thanks to gum bichromate, a 19th-century photographic printing process that can produce painterly images from photographic negatives.

Veduta’s print titled Calm Not Calm Day.

Valerie Veduta

In one, titled Calm Not Calm Day, Veduta’s wife and 5-year-old son sit playing cards in front of a window. At first glance, it’s a quiet domestic scene. But look closer and you’ll notice criss-cross lines on the windows. It’s tape the family affixed to the window to prevent glass from flying around the room in the event of shock waves from an explosion.

Another image, titled Library and Military Vehicle, captures just that: a wrecked Russian military vehicle in front of a public library, the ordinary juxtaposed with the anything but ordinary in an eerily serene pastiche.

Veduta’s work has appeared in Vogue Italia, Vogue Greece, Vogue Portugal and Harpers Bazaar and on PhotoVogue, Conde Nast’s international database of contemporary photography. The war disrupted her business and her son’s kindergarten. A missile destroyed a downtown playground where her child used to play.

“Everything is different, but somehow now I’m forcing myself to do something of ‘normal life’ to feel alive and normal,” the artist says of his photography series, which sells on Voice for $300 per NFT (around £268). , AU$480).

A Russian tank in front of a public library in Kyiv in this image by artist Valerii Veduta

Valerii Veduta’s library and a military vehicle is part of a photographic diary capturing life during the war in Ukraine.

Valerie Veduta

The gum bichromate printing process consists of coating the paper with an emulsion based on powdered chemicals; a dry gummy substance called gum arabic; and a water-soluble pigment – in Veduta’s case, the soil of his war-torn country’s soil. When exposed to UV light, the gummy substance hardens and the remnants of dichromate and gum arabic are washed away. Before it hardens, however, a photographer can brush or reshape the physical texture of the print to add a new element of expressiveness.

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An image titled Wound depicts a residential building in Kyiv hit by a Russian missile during the first days of the invasion.

Valerie Veduta

“I find it poetic that I have to use poison (that’s what dichromate is) and earth to create my images, and the poison has to be washed away,” says Veduta.

Veduta’s images are among those sold on Voice following a virtual month”NFT ResidenceThrough stipends and workshops, the Arts Platform for Emerging Artists has guided PhotoVogue artists from 29 countries as they navigate the world of Web3, which can be defined in two ways, as explained by my CNET colleague, Daniel Van Boom.

“The quick and easy description is a blockchain-integrated internet or an internet where cryptocurrencies and NFTs are integrated with the platforms you use,” Van Boom writes. “The most complicated yet specific way to think of Web3 is a user-owned Internet. It’s the dream of crypto boosters, who say the integration of block chain technology will lead to an egalitarian Internet.”

The NFT residency focused on the overarching theme of fairness and justice, with artworks addressing topics such as the long-term effects of the COVID pandemic on children, the consequences of a recent major oil spill and, in Veduta’s case, the challenges of living in a war zone. New works from the residency will be released in October and November.

The dirt that tints Veduta’s artwork comes mostly from the same place, but sometimes, as in the case of the bombarded playground, the dirt connects directly to the image it colors.

“My child grew up on this playground. It was our place”, says the artist. “So I took a picture of a crater and scooped some dirt from there.”

Looking to the future, Veduta hopes that the day he can use a different pigment to tint his images – clay from Sivash, a saltwater lake on the Sea of ​​Azov that separates Crimea from Ukraine. Veduta’s parents have a house on the shores of the lake, the black clay of which is famous for its healing properties.

“One day,” he says, “I will photograph my homeland and print pictures with this healing clay.”

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