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1. First of all, help our friends over at Humble Arts raise an additional $925 for Manual Transmission Miami. “Do not delay, make your donation today!!! Manual Transmission Miami (MTM), a one-night exhibition and event that blurs the lines between art viewership, visual spectacle, and minimalist performance. MTM uses analog slide projectors to present five original multi-image artworks on screens surrounding the pool area of The Deauville Beach Resort at NADA Art Fair.” (via Humble Arts) FUN!
2. This week, steidldangin announced the release and concurrent exhibition of Guy Bourdain’s In Between. Including over 300 images, this publication articulates the editorial presence that was inherent to the artist’s work, and focuses on the double spread aspect of image composition as well as the dynamic juxtapositions of photographs reproduced as if for the first time. The launch of the book is in conjunction with an exhibition by FACE (French Cultural Exchange) and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, featuring rare works by the late iconic French fashion photographer on November 10 at the Payne Whitney Mansion. The show will be on display until December 10, 2010. (via steidldangin)
The Estate of Guy Bourdin
3. JSBJ – JE SUIS UNE BANDE DE JEUNES is launching their publication BRUIT DE FOND/BACKGROUND NOISE tommorow at Golden Age in Chicago. BRUIT DE FOND/BACKGROUND NOISE features work by Asako Narahashi, Lydia, Anne Mc Carthy, Jacob Wolf Miller, Thobias Fäldt, Jon Feinstein, Jeff Otto O’Brien, Seth Fluker, Jeremy Liebman, Oto Gillen, Daniel Everett, Yann Gross, Honet and Wulfran Patte, Jesper Ulvelius, Shane Lavalette, Chad Muthard, Peter Sutherland, Jennilee Marigomen, Daniel Augschoell, Jo-ey Tang, Pedro Ramos, Charles Negre, Sarah Pickering, Whitney Hubbs, Ola Rindal, Bill Sullivan, Pierre Le Hors, Kalle Sanner, Coley Brown, Nicholas Gottlund, Ozant Kamaci, Mårten Lange, Gordon Nicholas, Stéphanie Gygax, Raia Al Souliman, Aimee Brodeur, Grant Willing, Ann Woo, Erin Jane Nelson, Leon Batchelor, Miranda Lehman, Jeff Luker, Jessica Hans, Alexander Binder, Sean Stewart, Audrey Corregan and Jimmy Limit.
4. Also opening in Chicago at LVL3 is Goodbye Turquoise. Goodbye Turquoise showcases the work of artists invited to explore and pay homage to the color turquoise in conjunction with the “Pantone 2010 Color of the Year.”
5. Will Steacy got in touch to tell us about his first solo show outside of the U.S., The Monstropolous Beast. A hardcover limited edition monograph published in conjunction with this exhibition will be available at the opening reception and through the gallery website. If you are in Zurich, check this one out. On view at Christophe Guye Gallery November 17th, 2010 – January 15th, 2011.
6. The Camera Club of New York invites emerging photographers living in New York City to apply for the 2011 Darkroom Residency Program. The CCNY Darkroom Residency offers local photographers much-needed workspace in New York City as well as access to the CCNY community and programs. Application Deadline EXTENDED to November 15, 2010.
7. BD (a medical technology company that develops, manufactures and sells medical devices, instrument systems and reagents) is hosting the Hope for a Healthy World Photo Contest. All winners’ work will appear in a traveling global health exhibit sponsored by BD debuting at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA., June 9-11, 2011, and will be placed in the winners’ gallery on PDNonline.com.
8. The latest issue of LINE is out and looking niice!
9. There is a nice piece on Metal Culture and Photography up over at Ahorn.