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  • 'Camera USA' judge Harry Benson to be featured in solo show by Contessa Gallery
    'Camera USA' judge Harry Benson to be featured in solo show by Contessa Gallery
    Camera USA is a photo competition and exhibition held annually by the Naples Art Association. Now in its third year, Camera USA features recent work in color and black & white photography from photographers across the United States. Opening at...
  • George Mitchell 'Ronda at Eye Level' exhibit at ACT will touch your heartstrings
    George Mitchell 'Ronda at Eye Level' exhibit at ACT will touch your heartstrings
    Georgia transplant George Mitchell will be exhibitingsome of this landscapes and pictures of landmarks of the Fort Myers area at Arts for ACT Gallery this month. But it's the photographs and text that he includes in his Ronda at Eye...
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    Echo Foundation gala to feature photographs recalling Robert Kennedy’s campaign
    The Charlotte based Echo Foundation’s mission is “to promote justice and inspire hope through education, service and the development of leadership for a more humane world.” Their slogan poses the question, “What can one...
  • My Summer Fling
    State fair photojournalist Debra Fisher Goldstein
    Her tagline is "The iconic and ironic; the peculiar and the poignant. Celebrate the stickless moments of the Minnesota State Fair.” Debra Fisher Goldstein is a photojournalist who has made the Great Minnesota Get Together her playground...
  • Tim Hetherington's photographs at Yossi Milo Gallery
    Tim Hetherington's photographs at Yossi Milo Gallery
    In 2010, Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington released the documentary film "Restrepo", which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2011 for Best Documentary Feature. Also in 2010, Hetherington released "Infidel", his book of...
  • Margaret Bourke-White in 1964
    Author Lynne Iglitzin presentations at Spokane County libraries
    Former University of Washington professor and author Lynne Iglitzin will be giving two presentations at Spokane-area libraries on Saturday, November 5 about the life and work of pioneering photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White.The Spokane County...
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    W. Eugene Smith at the Chicago Cultural Center
    From July 17, 2010-Sep. 19, 2010, many, black and white photographs by W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978) appeared at the Chicago Cultural Center in Chicago, Ill. W. Eugene Smith, who was a famous photojournalist, gave viewers to this art exhibit...
  • Obama STS-133
    When reality is an illusion, White House to end photo re-enactments
    Did you know that a lot of the press photos coming from the White House were staged? Well, they are and not in the way of being carefully choreographed. Instead, many press photos are completely faked, as in re-enacted just for reporters so that...
  • Laughter
    Photo Essays on display at The Telling Room's Play
    Last January The Telling Room hosted “Freeze Frame,” a photojournalism workshop for students in grades 6-12. This Thursday the product of the students’ labors will be on display at the Portland Public Library during the Telling...
  • Writing without words
    Writing without words
    Yesterday an amazing exhibit opened at the Venice Arts Gallery. Every image by renowned photographer Jim Hubbard, the Creative Director Special Projects, tells a story without using one word. Is it writing? In my mind the answer is a resounding ...
  • Will she be the next Pulitzer prize-winning photographer?
    New media changes journalism's old ways
    The question of what criteria, if any, must be met to be considered a “professional journalist” is one that is debated ad nauseam in the ivied towers of academia, but it is rarely posed to those who are most affected by its...