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TPP Ten!

Posted on | June 11, 2010|No Comments<Back
Posted by Rachel Hulin

TPP Ten! Our weekly roundup of links, events and such.

One. Figment Project 2010 is this weekend.

“Figment 2010 on Governors Island” at Figment (Battery Maritime Building ferry slip)
Downtown: 10 South street, slip #7

Two. Lomo has a new invention.


Three. Baby animals in the womb.


Four. The Exhibition Lab reminds you that its portfolio review deadline is this weekend.



Honore Brown, Associate Picture Editor, The New Yorker
Stacey Clarkson, Art Director, Harper’s
Kris Graves, Director, Kris Graves Projects
Jackie Ladner, Assistant Photo Editor, New York Magazine
Russell Lord, Fellow, Department of Photographs, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Andrea Meislin, Director, Andrea Meislin Gallery
Tracey Norman, Director, Yancey Richardson Gallery
Amy Stein, Photographer
Sasha Wolf, Director, Sasha Wolf Gallery
Denise Wolff, Editor, Aperture

Five. Will Steacy is everywhere, this time in the excellent Daylight Magazine.


Six. David Waite Martinson, Vlad Smolkin “Artifacts and Other Offerings” curated by Troy Hagenbart at Fountain Studios
604 Grand avenue, New York Jun 12 – Jul 3, 2010

Vlad Smolkin

Vlad Smolkin

Seven. “Thesis 2010: MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department” curated by Bonnie Yochelson at SVA (Visual Arts Gallery) 26 street: 601 W 26 street, floor 15, opens today.  The opening reception is Tuesday June 15th 6-8pm. [Thank you Debbie]


Nine.  The New Skew, Curated by Lesley A. Martin. Center of Photography at Woodstock.

Mattresses (After the Storm)

Sarah Palmer

The New Skew
Curated by Lesley A. Martin

Center of Photography at Woodstock
59 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12499
(845) 679-9957

Part one, entitled The New Skew, presents the refreshingly subversive, deeply self-reflexive and conceptual work of 10 photographers. Opening June 12, this exhibition highlights artists who are invested in an idiosyncratic, or skewed, take on image-making. They engage critically with the conventions of photographic genres, series, and ways of seeing, and create work that exists on the peripheries of traditional photographic practice.

Opening reception: Saturday, June 12, 2010, 5 – 7 PM
Gallery hours: Wednesday – Sunday, noon – 5 PM

Ten. Apply for a Vermont Studio Center residency! The full fellowship application is June 15th.


happy weeekendddd.

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