Yearly Archives: 2010

A Warm Reception

Friday’s opening of Jonathan Stark’s France:Chaleur was a celebration of the warmth found in sweeping views of Paris, the French countryside and the depth of character of it’s people. Shot on film during successive trips abroad the fiber silver gelatin prints are as soulful as their subjects. Intimate glimpses of Gallic pride shine from the […]

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Tom Ashe from The School of Visual Arts and color management

For the past six years in the Fall and Spring semesters I have been teaching a course I created in Digital Printmaking and Color Management as part of the BFA Photography program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. The aim of the course is to help the students to be knowledgeable […]

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Rachel Mathews on “Food Cycles” at the DSI Gallery

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” I’m not absolutely sure that this is true, but I do know that first impressions can count for a lot. I was lucky this week to visit an outcropping of the Griffin Photography Museum and enjoy an exhibit of photographs titled “Food Cycles”. The […]

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