Call for Entries: Photography as Observation

Everything is changing, and sometimes it feels like we need a new set of eyes to get some perspective on […]

Artist Relief Print Sale at Brooklyn Central

100% of the proceeds from this online print sale go directly to photographers – some who are also giving a […]

One Third of a Nation: FSA Photographers at Howard Greenberg Gallery

See work from the photographers of the Farm Security Administration, who documented America during truly desperate times, in this virtual […]

Quarantine Darkroom

Photography just might be the perfect pandemic past-time. I’m storing spent chemistry in empty wine bottles and long-gone containers of […]

Disclosed: A Master Class in Collaboration, Culture, and Curation

Last July, I spent a weekend in rural Wisconsin meeting artists from the ACRE residency program. In late September, I […]

Color Theory: Garry Winogrand at the Brooklyn Museum

“You don’t learn anything from repeating what you know,” Garry Winogrand says before stuffing hundreds rolls of film wrapped in […]

Gowanus Open Studios

Gowanus is a largely industrial neighborhood in Brooklyn, and like many post-industrial urban enclaves, as heavy manufacturing has dwindled, art […]

Kings & Queens Exhibition Opening and Panel Discussion at CUNY

Kings & Queens, a portrait project by Dutch photographer Leon Hendrickx, has landed at the Law School at the City […]

Behind the Scenes tour of Photoville

In 2013 I worked my first Photoville, and even then it seemed huge. I managed a small roster of workshops […]

Tour of New Student Work at Photoville

One of the best things about Photoville is the incredible variety or work on display, from seasoned photojournalists and legacy […]