OPENING RECEPTION: FEBRUARY 5, 6-8PM
EXHIBITION ON VIEW: FEBRUARY 5 - MARCH 3, 2015
The Visual Voice: New Photo Book Narratives
Stephen Albair, Luis Delgado, Jose Diniz, McNair Evans, Brad Freeman, Lydia Goldblatt, Toni Greaves, Lorena Guillén Vaschetti, Patricia Lagarde, Marcus Lyon, Diana Matar, Clifton Meador, Carlos Javier Ortiz, David Pace, Darcy Padilla, Luis Palacios Kaim, Jana Romanova, Tate Shaw, Liz Steketee, Imrich Veber, Wenxin Zhang, & Philip Zimmermann
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Also happening in San Francisco , another great opportunity from PhotoAlliance!
Photographers have more options than ever before for presenting their work as a book – and meanwhile the notion of the photo book itself is changing, no longer bound by the limitations of the traditional monograph. There is a burgeoning market for photography in book form, with many new publishers, dealers, and gallery imprints serving a rapidly growing number of collectors. This symposium will address several issues of value to photographers and to anyone interested in photo books.
A Changing Mission
To whom does San Francisco's oldest neighborhood belong?
The Mission District has long been a neighborhood where immigrants could grab a foothold in the city. Yet over the past few years, San Francisco's oldest neighborhood has also become one of its most desirable. For eight months reporters and photographers spent time getting to know residents and merchants near the block of 24th Street between Shotwell and Folsom — known as the heart of the Mission — to document the change they are experiencing.
Erin Brethauer, Katie Brigham, Joe Garofoli, Kristen Go, Michael Grant, Carlos Avila Gonzales, Mike Kepka, Pete Kiehart, Leah Millis, Frank Mina, Ben Muessig, Jake Nicol, Tim O’Rourke, Joaquin Palomino, Warren Pederson, Carolyn Said, Lea Suzuki, Jim Trotter and Judy Walgren