811 East Burnside St. Suite 212
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
A juried exhibition of black and white photography. There is often a classic, nostalgic and dynamic translation to black and white photography. Black and white has an important tradition of luminous, well-crafted and thoughtfully composed imagery. Contemporary photographers are involved in this dialog of history and tradition, but with their own modern voice, visions and aesthetics of imagery.
Organization: Black Box Gallery
Contact Name: Todd Johnson
Opportunity Type: Contests / Juried Shows
Exhibition is Held: Brick and Mortar
Fees: $35 per entry (an entry includes up to 5 photos).
Juror: Lauren Henkin is an educator, reviewer, writer, frequent speaker, author of numerous books, and active member in the photographic community. Her work is widely collected by private collectors as well as institutions such as Southeast Museum of Photography, Yale University and Dartmouth College. Her work has been published in numerous journals on photography and the book arts including PDN, Shots Magazine, Black+White Magazine, Diffusion Magazine, Flak Photo, Urbanautica, Landscape Stories, Parenthesis and The Washington Post. She is a Px3 multi-cateogry winner, Oregon Regional Arts & Culture Council grant winner, with other award nominations in both the Brink Emerging Artist and Contemporary Northwest Art Awards. Lauren was born in Washington, D.C., grew up in Maryland, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and now resides in New York City.
More info: blackboxgallery.com…