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
* 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