Artist Janice Guy (co-curator of our 2017 Photo Benefit Auction) will be apart of a panel discussion at the School of Visual Arts today November 19th, from 7 to 9pm. SVA’s BFA Photography and Video presents a panel organized on the occasion of the release of ‘Janice Guy’, the first monograph devoted to the artist’s radical experiments in photography during the late 1970s. Panelists include artist and gallerist Janice Guy; artist, filmmaker and Chair of Visual Arts at Columbia University Matthew Buckingham; New Yorker staff writer Naomi Fry; photographer Justine Kurland (BFA 1996 Photography); and writer, curator and senior teaching fellow at the Whitney Museum, and professor at Bard College Joshua Lubin-Levy. A reception and book signing will follow. @janiceguynyc @svabfaphotovideo #photography
Every year Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York holds an open call for entries for its Annual National Photography Competition. The 2018 competition is being juried by photographer and publisher Matthew Leifheit. Photographers and lens-based artists working in any genre are eligible to apply. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a cohesive body […]
Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals for Fall 2018 by June 14th. Please note that there is a small stipend available for both curators and artists. Baxter St at CCNY does not provide a production budget for guest curated exhibitions. Rules: Curatorial Proposals may have up to four artists, and […]
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Through the framework of the self-portrait, I constantly navigate between self and otherness in my photography.
Constructed as singular moments in ongoing narratives, my work functions as a documented abstraction of daily life.
Investigating the complexities of history, memory, migration and lineage, my work strives unpack the constructions of personal and collective narratives.
I make slow images in darkrooms, photographs that occupy space, drape over frames, resist reproduction, and exist in a state self-awareness.