Photolink Round-up, January 5th Edition!

Here’s a PhotoLink round-up from the recent past, including timely posts to ACP’s Facebook page, and ACP’s twitter feed @acptweets:

* Details about the current exhibition from Jeremy Chandler and Kristine Potter at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery can be found in The Atlantan and on HFG‘s site.

* Check out these two recent articles at La Lettre de la Photographie by Virginie Keppelen about the Atlanta photography scene.

* Burnaway has an extensive list of Call for Artists through January and beyond. Here’s one for a juried book competition. Natchez Art Association has an open call, too. And The Center for Photography at Woodstock is looking for work for its “Photography Now 2012″ show, judged by Natasha Egan, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.

* Luceo Images (Atlanta is home to two of their photographers; David Walter Banks & Kendrick Brinson) is having an exhibition in NYC that consists of a “cut-piece” — a 163-foot long image that will be cut-up into purchasable segments over the course of the evening. Fun!

* Magnum photographer Eve Arnold has passed away at the age of 99.

* This graph about how photographers spend their time has been rocketing around for the past few days.

* Here’s one of the most inventive “pay to play (and publish)” examples we’ve seen in awhile.

* Burnaway published a review of Lori Vrba’s solo exhibition currently on view at Jennifer Schwartz Gallery.

* Creative Loafing posted a few thoughts from departing director of Fulton County Arts & Culture, Michael Simanga, on how to sustain the arts in Atlanta.

* The Wall Street Journal is the latest media giant to weigh-in on the Vivian Maier story.

* Michael Chrisman made a year-long exposure of Toronto. Cool!

* Man-about-town Jason Travis has a new street-style column with LuxeCrush Atlanta.

One Response to “Photolink Round-up, January 5th Edition!”

  1. David Walter Banks/LUCEO Says:

    Thanks for spreading the word ACP

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