• Agnes Sire on “Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment” and more at ICP on May 23rd

    By The Halide Project on May 21, 2018
    The International Center of Photography, located in New York City, will be hosting an event where Agnes Sire, Artistic Director of the Foundation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris, discusses the legacy of Cartier-Bresson on the opening day of the exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment. Opening the same day are Elliot Erwitt: Pittsburgh 1950, RFK Funeral Train: The People’s View, and […]
  • “male gaze” at Gallery 1/1 in Seattle thru July 14th

    By The Halide Project on May 20, 2018
    “In a twist on the traditional feminist interpretation of the ‘male gaze,’ GALLERY 1/1 presents a new photography exhibition exploring how men see themselves and other men from behind the camera lens.”  With Gallery 1/1 specializing in alternative process and experimental photography, processes represented in this exhibition include large-scale pinhole c-prints, mordancage, Polaroid, ambrotypes, and more. Please click here for […]
  • “Painting with Light” by John Street at Whitehorse Artspace thru June 2nd

    By The Halide Project on May 19, 2018
    Whitehorse Artspace, located in Victoria, Australia, has Painting with Light by John Street on view through June 2nd.  Exposing his photo paper to various light sources, Street “uses light as his paintbrush and photosensitive paper as his palette,” creating one-of-a-kind images. A floortalk with Street is scheduled for May 19th at 2pm. Please click here for more information on the […]
  • Liquid Emulsion, Tintype, and Lith Printing workshops coming up at Gold Street Studios

    By The Halide Project on May 18, 2018
    Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery, located in Victoria, Australia, has the follow workshops on the horizon… On May 26th, the one-day Liquid Emulsion workshop will show participants how to prepare and apply liquid emulsion, choose substrates and negatives to work with, and process and tone their prints.  Please click here for more information. On May 27th, the one-day Tintype […]
  • “Speciation: Still a Camera” by Kent Krugh on view at Panopticon Gallery thru June 27th

    By The Halide Project on May 17, 2018
    Panopticon Gallery, located in Boston, has Speciation: Still a Camera by Kent Krugh on view through June 27th.  Using x-ray technology, Krugh creates images of a wide variety of cameras – from Hasselblads to Holgas – that allow viewers to see the cameras’ inner workings.  Scientific in appearance, the images evoke a feeling of nostalgia for the cameras as creators […]
  • Center Forward accepting submissions thru May 20th

    By The Halide Project on May 16, 2018
    The Center for Fine Art Photography, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is accepting submissions for its Center Forward 2018 competition through May 20th.  For the seventh year running, Center Forward seeks to feature the best of contemporary photography. Please click here for details. Photo courtesy Center for Fine Art Photography
  • Chemigram workshop at ICP on May 20th

    By The Halide Project on May 15, 2018
    The International Center of Photography, located in New York City, is offering a one-day Chemigram workshop on May 20th.  Using no negatives or enlargers, students will utilize traditional photo paper and chemistry to create color images in the darkroom. For more information on the process, the workshop, and ICP’s other alt pro offerings, please click here.
  • Pinhole Masterclass and Bromoil workshops coming up at Gold Street Studios

    By The Halide Project on May 14, 2018
    Gold Street Studios Workshops & Gallery, located in Victoria, Australia, has the following workshops coming up… On May 18th and 19th, David Tatnall will be leading a two-day Pinhole Masterclass, geared toward students who want to take their pinhole practice beyond basic image-making.  For more information on the class, please click here. On May 20th and 21st, the two-day Bromoil […]
  • Author Geoff Dyer discusses “The Street Philosophy of Garry Winogrand” at CDS on May 14th

    By The Halide Project on May 13, 2018
    The Center for Documentary Studies, located in Durham, North Carolina, will be hosting a book event on Monday, May 14th from 7pm where award-winning author Geoff Dyer will discuss his new book The Street Philosophy of Garry Winogrand.  In the tradition of John Szarkowski’s book on Atget, Dyer’s book consists of one hundred essays responding to one hundred images by […]
  • Today is Second Saturday at the Southeast Center for Photography!

    By The Halide Project on May 12, 2018
    Rise and shine for those of you near Greenville, South Carolina!  Today is the Southeast Center for Photography’s monthly Second Saturday Coffee, a casual get-together for photographers and enthusiasts where there is no set agenda, just the opportunity to share coffee and donuts, photos, and good conversation! This is also the weekend of Artisphere in Greenville, so start your art-filled […]