Portfolio review events geared toward photographers have proliferated in recent years, and they’re “a great place to meet a peer group, and start a dialogue about your photographs,” says photography consultant Mary Virginia Swanson. But at a cost of several hundred dollars, not including travel expenses, portfolio reviews are an investment. In this video Swanson offers tips about how to get the most out of a review, including information about how to select reviewers, how much work to present, and some of the questions to ask reviewers about opportunities to sell or license your work.
The Newspace Center for Photography, the nonprofit studio and exhibition space in Portland, closed July 7, four days after the directors announced the news on its Facebook page. At a public meeting on July 10, members of the board of directors said Newspace Center for Photography owed $150,000 to vendors, and would be unable to... More ›
The International Space Station now has its first photo exhibition. More ›
Irish photographer Richard Mosse, who won the 2017 Prix Pictet prize in May for his thermographic images of refugee camps, says he was arrested last Thursday on the Greek island of Chios while working on a project documenting refugees, The Art Newspaper reports. Mosse says he was on the island to film an episode of... More ›