Photography Now, Juried by Stephen Tourlentes

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Photography Now | Presented at the University Place Gallery

Juried by Stephen Tourlentes
Reception | Friday, March 13, 6-8pm

About the exhibit: For this juried show – open to photographers living and working in the United States, ages 18 and older, we ask you to consider – what is Photography Now?

About the juror: Stephen received his BA degree from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois and his MFA degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA. Currently he teaches and works in the Photography Department as a Visiting Professor of Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA.

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He is the recipient of artist fellowship grants from various organizations including the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, Artadia the Fund for Art and Dialogue, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the MacDowell Colony and the Banff Centre for the Arts.  He was a finalist for the 2010 Institute of Contemporary Art’s Foster Prize in Boston, MA. His work is held in many collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois, The Princeton Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. The Santa Barbara Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Barbara, CA, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, The Polaroid Collection, Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, MA, and The Portuguese Center for Photography, Porto, Portugal.

Stephen’s work has been exhibited in many museum and gallery venues including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois. Many examples of his work have been published in many journals including the New York Times, Harper’s Magazine, Esquire Magazine (Russian Edition,) Arhitext Design Journal, and Blindspot.

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Congratulations to all Photography NOW participating artists!

Joe Barnes Spinning Tweets $300 22 X 28″ Member
Emily Belz When the Rain Came $150 15″x 8″ Non Member
Simi Berman Casini $250 15×15 Member
Sally Bousquet Boundless $400 15.5″ x 18″ Non Member
Bill Briggs Mechanical Flower $175 17×12 Member
Lora Brody Two Girls Snack Shop $600 13″ x 19″ Non Member
Wesley Bunton Camping in Maine $100 8×12 Non Member
Catherine Caddigan For Petite $500 12″x12″ Member
Blake Carroll White Washed $350 10″x10″ Non Member
Richard Chase Goodwill Selfie $175 10″x16″ Member
James Ellis Coleman Upstairs Urinal #1 $500 16″x10″ Non Member
Tim Corbett Carnival – Revere, MA $250 11″x14″ Non Member
Parrish Dobson Fling Tree $450 17″x22″ Member
Michael Endy Hess-Tank-Farm $250 16″x20″ Non Member
Irene Fairley Eiffel Tower $600 12″x16″ Member
Helga Felleisen Mardin $350 13″x19″ Non Member
Anne Harris Salmon Falls $380 20″x30″ Non Member
Douglas Heath Spot Pond Brook Falls $150 11″x14″ Non Member
Skyela Heitz Sheridan $100 8.5″x8.5″ Non Member
Brett Henrikson Chaotic Forms #1 $950 16″x18″ Non Member
Robert Hesse Jetty Walker $125 8″x8″ Member
Wilson Hunt Jr After Monet $300 12″x18″ Member
Kenneth Kaplowitz Jogger $400 11″x14″ Non Member
Jurgen Kedesdy Lechmere Canal $350 13″x19″ Non Member
Adam Lampton Ridge $3250 (framed) 40″x50″ Non Member
Susan Lapides The Mackerel $700 unframed, $850 framed 15.3″ X 20 Non Member
Clara Hyun-Young Lee Border Line $380 17″ x 22″ Non Member
Al Levin San Francisco Bay $450 16″x20″ Member
Georgina Lewis Untitled (Proof #1 – The Lunar Stamp Collection) NFS – $1000 value 31″ x 92″ Non Member
Melissa London Truck Legs $245 11″x”17 Non Member
Robin MacDonald-Foley Fort #4 $350 8″x10″ Member
Nat Martin Surfer $200 12″x18″ Non Member
Vicki McKenna Niskayuna Grange $200 18″x23″ Member
Robert Moran Beautiful $500 11″x14″ Non Member
AJ Nadel Embracing 01 $1,800 21″x27″ Non Member
William Nourse Sand Beach Core Rise $300 18″x24″ Member
Richard Perry Hotel Meade Kitchen $425, Framed 14″x21″ Non Member
Zoe Perry-Wood Boys, The BAGLY Prom Series $1,900 36″x24″ Member
Jelisa Peterson Selemane $450 16″x20″ Non Member
Walter Phillips Moneyweeds $500 20″x24″ Member
Dorothy Amore Pilla Artic Blast $775 22″x30″ Member
Louis Pingitore Anemosis $2,250 30″x40″ Member
Sarah Putnam What They Said $600 8×8 Non Member
Robin Radin Keychain $300, Unframed 14″x11″ Non Member
Astrid Reischwitz Outline of the Future $725 17″x23.5″ Member
Judy Robinson-Cox Ghost Ship $325 20″x16″ Member
Claudia Ruiz-Gustafson Seeing Through the Mirror of Self $150 12″x12″ Member
Chip Rutan At the Beauty Salon $400 10” x 15” Non Member
Ellen Ryder Griffin Sid and Malcolm $325 19″x13″ Member
Gail Samuelson Beaver swamp, Fall #1 $1,000 22″x33″ Member
Gordon Saperia Pocahontas’ Aurora $300 20″x16″ Non Member
Michael Seif Under Water, In Rain 1/35 $550 20″x26″ Member
Randy Shore York Lobster Shack $250 16″x24″ Non Member
Stephanie Spence Slot Canyon # 3 $300 11″x14″ Non Member
Wilda Gerideau Squires Southwest Abstract #3 $1,125 18″x12″ Member
Alan Strassman North Dakota 1684 $450 24″x16″ Member
Barbara Trachtenberg Waiting For Change, Cuba $500 20″x16″ Member
Karen Watson Elena in Headdress $600 19.5″ x 25.5″ Member
David Weinberg On Closer Examination $600 12″x18″ Non Member
William Wexler Coil $325 17″x20″ Member
Brian Wilson Edge of Forest $800 36″ x 48″ x 4″ Non Member
Timothy Wilson Banyans and Briefs $500 24″ x 17″ Member
Thomas Wojciechowski 3 $300 8″x10″ Non Member
Jane Yudelman Uncharted Constellations #9 $500
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David Zapatka Plum Beach Lighthouse $700 16×24 Non Member