Photo courtesy ASMP member Robert Seale

ASMP Member Events

Members: This is the place where ASMP will promote your work being featured at a gallery exhibit or event, publication of a book, or your hosting of a workshop, etc. We will post the details on this page, and also on ASMP social media forums.

Include member name, dates, location, title of event or exhibit, and link to additional information when submitting event details. Please send all submissions to

June 17, 2020

Lecture: Journey to the Bottom of the World: The Beauty of Antarctica

Caryn B. Davis, Photographer and Journalist

Enjoy a virtual trip to Antarctica through the Davis’s camera lens. 2020 marks the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica by Connecticut sailor and explorer Nathaniel Palmer. Davis shares her new images along with insights on climate change, eco-tourism impact, and the allure and history of the White Continent.

The lecture will take place virtually via GoTo Webinar and a link to access the event will be sent when participants register.

Florence Griswold Museum
7:00-8:00pm (Webinar)
Phone: (860) 434-5542

For more information and to register for the event.

Related article: Caryn B. Davis Packs Her Bags for a 200th Anniversary Antarctic Adventure

Closed until the museum reopens

Alan Karchmer: The Architects’ Photographer

Auditorio de Tenerife, Santiago Calatrava Architect. © Alan Karchmer, courtesy National Building Museum.

Photographer Alan Karchmer has risen to prominence in his field thanks to his skill in conveying architects’ ideas and intentions. Having earned a Master of Architecture himself, Karchmer uses his knowledge of the design process, coupled with his own artistic vision, to express the essence of a building. He is, quintessentially, “The Architects’ Photographer.”

National Building Museum
401 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

For more information:

Watch the Video Series: Alan Karchmer on Some of His Favorite Photographs

Exhibition Online Now

Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures

“Migrant Mother” by Dorothea Lange

The first major MoMA exhibition of Lange’s in 50 years brings iconic works from the collection together with less seen photographs—from early street photography to projects on criminal justice reform. The work’s complex relationships to words show Lange’s interest in art’s power to deliver public awareness and to connect to intimate narratives in the world.

MoMA, Floor 2, 2 South
The Paul J. Sachs Galleries
11 West 53 Street, Manhattan
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February 22 – June 21, 2020

Life Magazine and the Power of Photography

J.R. Eyerman, Audiences Watches Movie Wearing 3-D Spectacles, 1952. Gelatin silver print, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2018.3341

The work of photographers such as Margaret Bourke-White, Larry Burrows, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Charles Moore, Gordon Parks and W. Eugene Smith will be explored in the exhibition in the context of the magazine’s complex and highly collaborative creative and editorial processes.

Princeton University Art Museum
Princeton, New Jersey 08544
Admission: Free.
For more information: 609.258.3788 or visit

February 8, 2020 – July 26, 2020

Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling

The Stars, the Parties, and the Powerbrokers

Lady Gaga & Mark Ronson, Vanity Fair April 2019 (Credit: Justin Bishop)

Lady Gaga & Mark Ronson, Vanity Fair April 2019 (Credit: Justin Bishop)

With 130 photographs and more than 50 photographers, Hollywood Calling showcases Vanity Fair’s vaunted portraitists, including the magazine’s principal photographer, Annie Leibovitz, as well as Jonathan Becker, Harry Benson, Cass Bird, Cristina de Middel, Ethan James Green, Erik Madigan Heck, Horst P. Horst, George Hurrell, Helmut Newton, Jackie Nickerson, Herb Ritts, Collier Schorr, Lord Snowdon, Firooz Zahedi, and dozens more.

Editor’s Note: Several current and former ASMP Members have photos in this exhibition.

The Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

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September 12, 2019 – June 30, 2020

Relative Relations

old couple in the garden cafe by Todd Weinstein

Image courtesy of ASMP Member Todd Weinstein whose work is included in the exhibition.

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

Seventy artists explore human connections shaped by genetics, proximity, interests, and shared destiny. On View through June 30, 2020.

Opening: Thursday, September 12, 2019
Reception: 5:30 – 7:30 pm | Program: 6:30 pm

Dr. Bernard Heller Museum
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
One West Fourth Street, New York

For more information: Relative Relations