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Craig Alan Huber
Announcing the upcoming Fine Press Edition on the work of photographic icon Paul Caponigro (Published by Veritas Editions, LLC, Woodinville, WA). “There are some people that emit power – their energy and life force pour out like the rays of the sun. Paul is one of those rare people! Paul Caponigro is regarded as one of the foremost photographers of our time. His works blend his deep spiritual sensibility with a mastery of his darkroom technique. He and his art are inseparable. As he looks deeper into himself while defining his own vision he also looks deeper into his subjects to produce his transformational imagery, that are highly charged with emotion and mystery.” —Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum, Santa Fe
Learn more about the book including a limited time pre-release discount view here >
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Long-time member William Giles is having an exhibition at the Monterey Museum of Art May 13 – August 29 with a virtual reception on May 13! To sign up or for more information, click here >
Matt Connors and Matthew Gammon
CPA members Matt Connors (Carmel Valley, CA) and Matthew Gammon (Boyle, Ireland) and will have a two person show at the Photographer’s Eye Collective in Escondido, CA, opening June 5 and running through July 3. The show is for the two winners of the 2020 (S)Light of Hand Juried Alternative Process show. Matthew won juror Dan Burkholder’s Juror’s Award, and Matt won Executive Director Donna Cosentino’s Director’s Award. It will feature 14 of Matthew’s polymer photogravures, 11 of Matt’s palladium prints and 4 of Matt’s toned cyanotypes. Fans of alternative process printing will not want to miss this show! Matthew is being supported by the fantastic organization Culture Ireland to assist with shipping costs. More info >
Geir and Kate Jordahl
Sorrow into Song was conceived and designed by Geir and Kate Jordahl while sheltered in place during the 2020 Pandemic. The artwork in this volume was created at their home in Bellingham, Washington. Sorrow into Song includes poems written by Sara Teasdale at the time of the 1918 Flu Pandemic. Sara Teasdale lived from 1884 to 1933 and was the first recipient of the prize for poetry that later became the Pulitzer Prize.
Published by True North Editions, Bellingham, Washington. Printed by Bookmobile, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Website > Video >
Craig Alan Huber
Announcing the upcoming photobook on the work of Kenro Izu, from Veritas Editions.
Howard Greenberg writes “Kenro Izu is an enormously gifted photographer, craftsman, and navigator of this Earth. He has willed himself to be faithful to his vision and to humanity … His body of work is monumental in its revelation of ancient spirits embodied in stone … and his reverence for light and its visual effect on all the substances of our world achieve a spiritual quality similar to the ancient stones, and flowers, and human forms he photographs.”
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Mark Overgaard’s solo exhibit “The Eloquent Suri of Ethiopia: People, Art, Culture, Language” opens March 5, 2021 and runs through April 29. More info >. Mark is also hosting an exhibit presentation via Zoom on March 25, 7pm PDT; free, but advance registration with Eventbrite is required. Register here >
Brian Taylor was recently interviewed by Anne Kelly, Director of Photo Eye Gallery in Santa Fe in a wide ranging conversation about art and life. Art in the Raw is a video series that Anne created in 2020 consisting of candid, upbeat conversations with creative people that can be viewed on YouTube. Guests include artists that work in a wide range of mediums, from visual arts to music and beyond. Brian’s interview can be viewed here >
Interview in La Vie Creative (Episode 70). Interview >
Jerry Takigawa’s long-term project, Balancing Cultures will be part of the Currents 2020 exhibition at the Odgen Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans in conjunction with PhotoNOLA. The exhibition is on view from December 12, 2020 – January 31, 2021. More info >
Jerry Takigawa was selected for Photolucida’s 2020 Critical Mass Top 50. More info >
Takigawa’s Yes. Yes. image from Balancing Cultures was included in What Will You Remember’s first Viewfinder edition, Palimpsest, guest curated by Karen Haas, Lane Family Curator of Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. More info >
Takigawa’s Balancing Cultures will be featured in Now You See Me, an exhibition on Asian American artists at Foto Relevance in Houston running October 2 to November 13. More info >
Sandra Chen Weinstein
Member photographer, Sandra Chen Weinstein, was awarded the FIRST PLACE PRIZE for her image, “Sweet Dream” from her series “Refuge in America” in the 21st Annual Will’s Creek Exhibition at the Allegany Arts Council’s Saville Gallery. Juror: Jessica Beck, Milton Fine Curator of Art at The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. Exhibition: August 29 – September 26, 2020. More Info >
In addition, Sandra was awarded 2nd Place in the Texas Photographic Society’s International Competition by juror Elizabeth Avedon. The TPS 29 exhibition is on view at The Silos at Sawyer Yards in Houston October 3, 2020 – January 9, 2021 and then travels to The Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene, TX. Exhibition on view in Abilene January 21 – March 20, 2021. More Info >
Sandra Chen Weinstein’s image, “Rodrigo,” is not only in the current CPA members’ show, but it is also the winner of American Photography (AI-AP) 36. The book will be released November 2020. Sandra’s interview by Pro Photo Daily discussing her work, “Transcend” can be read in this Spotlight also on AI-AP. Her image, “Alejandro and Alexander” from her “Transcend” project has been selected by juror Alexa Dilworth for the Griffin Museum of Photography’s 26th Annual Juried Exhibition.
Balancing Cultures Photograph EO 9066 at Griffin Museum of Photography
The Griffin Museum of Photography, in Winchester, MA, presents its 26th Annual Juried Exhibition. Juror Alexa Dilworth is publishing director and senior editor at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, where she also directs the awards program, which includes the CDS Documentary Essay Prize in Writing and Photography and the Dorothea Lange—Paul Taylor Prize, and the DocX lab. Exhibition award recipients are: Leslie Jean-Bart, Astrid Reischwitz, Bruce Wilson, Ken Beckles, Christa Blackwood, Cody Bratt, Dennis Geller, Rachel Jessen, Margaret McCarthy, Nancy Nichols, Dale Niles, Eleonora Ronconi, and Jerry Takigawa. The exhibition will run July 18–August 30, 2020. For more information about the exhibition and ancillary programs click here >
My first monograph Lost Venice was just published by Damiani.
It is available on my website or through PhotoEye.
Mary Aiu’s equine collection will be on display March 6th – April 23, 2020 in her solo exhibition, “Held by a Horse,” at the Pacific Grove Art Center.
Opening reception March 6th, 7-9pm. More info >
Photographer Fritz Liedtke will share his 30 years of experience leading a 3 day workshop on location portraiture and lighting.
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Sandra Chen Weinstein’s work Anna from SHE project selected to Exposure Photography Festival at Contemporary Calgary Gallery Canada on Jan. 31- April 29. 2020. In addition, “Sahara” selected for Best in Show and exhibited at PHOTOLA for Round Hole Square Peg 4 booth Jan.30- Feb 3. And to West Hollywood Long Hall Gallery Feb. 8 – March 10. 2020. Selected works from SHE project will be exhibiting at The Baldwin Gallery “Trust The Story” on February 12 – March 12, 2020.
I am exhibiting 34 of my Pictures in the Redwood City Hall of Justice, starting January 3rd. The title of the show is:
“As the light drifts across the landscape.” It will be up until January 27th
Jane Olin received two recent recognitions, two awards from the International Photography Award (IPA) and four awards from the Julia Margaret Cameron competition. Her JMC recognized work will be exhibited at the new gallery FotoNostrum in Spain in March 2020. She will be traveling to Barcelona to attend the opening.
Kindred Spirits, Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland, CA
Please join several CPA members, including our executive director, for the closing reception of Kindred Spirits, a group show of analog photography, at the Gray Loft Gallery in Oakland on November 9th from 4-6:30pm. Congratulations to Norma Cordova, Vince Donovan, JM Golding, Ann Jastrab, Ernie Luppi, Eben Ostby, Jenny Sampson, Judy Walgren, Anne Walker, Jan Watten, and Yelena Zhavoronkova. More info >
Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband
Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband exhibit their inkjet print on handmade Kozo paper Arborescence in the Awagami International Mini Print Exhibition at Awagami’s ‘Hall of Awa Japanese Paper Museum’ in Tokushima, Japan. This work was a semi-finalist in the competition, which has predominantly been traditional woodblock, etching and lithography until last year when digital processes are welcomed. For information click here.
The University of Nevada Galleries – The Lilley in Reno, Nevada is presenting a solo exhibition of Nolan Preece chemigrams from October 24 through December 20, 2019. Opening reception – October 24, 5 – 7pm, talk at 5:00.
The Viewpoint Photographic Art Center in Sacramento, CA is presenting a solo exhibition of Nolan Preece chemigrams from November 8 through December 7, 2019. Opening reception – November 9, 5 – 9pm. For more information, click here to visit Nolan’s website.
Two works by CPA member photographer Tony DeVarco were selected for the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts 7th International Open Call: Neal Rantoul, Juror. The pieces in this exhibition were selected through an international call for entries. This exhibition is a showcase for contemporary photography. A total of 66 photographers were selected from almost 700 submissions representing 21 States, Finland, and England. The exhibit runs from September 19th through October 11, 2019. For more information click here >
Jerry Takigawa’s False Food photograph reviewed
Chicago writer and educator Beth McDermott has written an insightful essay entitled An Aerial View: Jerry Takigawa’s F-374 in the September issue of After the Art. McDermott teaches creative writing and literature courses at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL, where she’s an Assistant Professor of English, faculty for the first-year experience, and coordinator of the St. Francis Writers’ Conference. Read the essay here >
Brian Taylor’s cyanotypes at SFMOMA
Brian Taylor’s cyanotypes were on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in their exhibition: From the Permanent Collection: Cyanotypes, from October 2019 – February 2020. The exhibition included rare prints from Anna Atkins, ES Curtis and others. Brian’s recorded conversation with SFMOMA Curator Shana Lopes serves as the audio guide for the exhibition.
CPA members at the Triton Museum of Art
Triton Museum of Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection: PhotographsAugust 17 through October 27
Reception: September 13, 2019. Congratulations to these CPA members whose work is include in the exhibition: Richard Cannon, Margaret Stanton Murray, Beverly Rayner, Brian Taylor, and Tracy Valleau.
Meredith Mullins is pleased to have her work (and an interview) published in the July issue of the UK-based design magazine DESTIG. The issue also, coincidentally, has an article about Carmel. Read the interview >