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Art and Photography Books with Gerhard Steidl: A Master Craftsman
“This is a Photogra... Sally Mann, Untitled (Self Portraits), ambrotype, 2006-2012 (post by Bridget Conn) In April of 2015, photographic artist Dan Estabrook organized a round-table discussion at Penland School of Crafts
Digital Photography+Phant... (By Ali McGhee, reprinted from AshevilleGrit) Colby Caldwell has been thinking about the place of the digital in photography for a long time. His most recent show,
Photography as (capital C... (By Anna Helgeson) I recently ruffled some feathers by asking if photography should be considered a Craft medium rather than a Fine Art medium. For anyone even
CITIZEN CURATOR: Namita G... (by Ann Batchelder) What is the relationship between artist and audience, art and public? How does a creative response to our current place and time in
Introducing Barbara Ciure... Barbara Ciurej & Lindsay Lochman Moonlight on Balogna Bay from the series Processed Views (post by Anna Helgeson) I would like you to meet two more* photo+craft
“Ghosts in the Mach... “Technically the pictures are compiled in Photoshop so that the figures that are falling and the backgrounds are from different places. I’d also thought about combining technology
Creating Change: Art and ... (by Ann Batchelder) At photo+craft, the relationship between contemporary art and society will be brought to public attention through several events. Namita Gupta Wiggers‘ Keynote presentation looks at the role
Introducing Constance Tha... (post by Anna Helgeson) A spectacle of collection, manipulation, and destruction of non-photographic material will be on view during photo+craft in an exhibition curated by Anna Helgeson entitled Authentic Constructions. One
Introducing Janelle Young... (post by Anna Helgeson) I would like you to meet Janelle Young, one of the exhibiting artists in Authentic Constructions, a pop-up gallery taking place during photo+craft.
The Haptics of Optics: We... (posted by Anna Helgeson) Get yourself a nice cup of tea and curl up with this brilliant chapter from T’ai Smith’s book Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine