On September 26th & 27th, 2013 Photoshelter joined Photoville offering a series of Luminance talks. On Friday CEO, Andrew Fingerman gave some great pointers to Photographers trying to make a name for themselves and stand out of the crowd in his “Guerilla Marketing for Photographers with Little-to-No Time” talk. He recommended all photographers, novice to […]
Photoville wrapped up on Sunday, Sep. 29th. Hopefully you made it out and had a look at the galleries. If you didn't, here's a list of what you missed and who, I think, you should definitely look out for. Did you attend Photoville? If so, please share your favorites and experience.
On Saturday 21st of September I attended a talk on the topic of Documenting Communities Impacted by Gun Violence. The talk was inspiring in that, here were a group of four individuals pooling their talents and resources to aid neighborhoods and families who would otherwise be left to their own devices when dealing with this […]
One of the first galleries that caught my eye at Photoville was Latin American Fotografía y Ilustración Uno. From what I’ve seen of the festival so far it was the only gallery, I can recall, that actually had framed works; but more than that, they were very carefully curated. There were many favorites in this […]
It was my first time attending Photoville this year. The “village of freight containers transformed into temporary exhibition spaces” first popped-up on Brooklyn’s waterfront in summer, 2012. At first glance it doesn’t look like much: white metal containers, gravel, white tents, concrete blocks holding things down, wind-strewn vinyl signs and lots and lots of magnets. Yet, […]