Uncontainable! • ASMP at Photoville
ASMP launches its 75th Anniversary celebration at Photoville, with a retrospective exhibition including iconic images from members throughout ASMP’s history – from past legends to the contemporary. For 75 years ASMP members have included some of the most influential visual thinkers in our industry – an aspect of the organization that is highlighted in an exhibition that demonstrates the importance of the photographer’s eye and artistic literacy. Curators Julie Grahame, publisher of aCurator magazine and senior representative for the Estate of Yousuf Karsh, Reid Callanan, founder and director of Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, and ASMP archivist and local board member Grayson Dantzic, have selected a compelling collection of photography that celebrates ASMP’s historic legacy and explores the scope of our contemporary creators working today.
ASMP Members: Click here to sign up to volunteer with us at Photoville.
In addition, ASMP is providing on-site portfolio reviews to the public, which provide photographers with feedback from an array of experienced industry professionals, including editors, curators and consultants.
Signup here: http://bit.ly/asmpny-photoville2019-reviews .
Free prizes will also be given to anyone who joins ASMP at Photoville.
Photoville, on the Brooklyn waterfront, is built from repurposed shipping containers and combines photo exhibitions, outdoor photo installations, talks, workshops, and nighttime multimedia events in its beer garden at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Attendance at Photoville is free. The Photoville experience is unmatchable.
IMAGE CREDIT From upper left, left to right: Gordon Parks, Art Wolfe, William Gottlieb, Douglas Kirkland, Dorothea Lange, Toni Frissell, Gail Mooney, Esther Bubley
We want to thank our sponsors: Signs365, EIZO and ThinkTank.