Monday, May 29, 2017

Classes Fall 2017

Consider the following classes for fall 2017. The following two classes are fabulous classes to take either as required classes for some of you or as electives especially if you are unsure about your career choices.

The Professional Practices for Fine Art Photography may be substituted for PHOT 400 if you are still on the old catalogue year. You will need to complete a waiver of prerequisite form stating in the comments that your career choices lean more towards this class and that I recommended you take the course.

Photojournalism, Media and Culture is a great course about the photo-essay and leaning all the areas of importance for students interested in documentary/photojournalisk and the relevant ethics involved. It is exciting and we talk a lot about making strong photographs with significant meaning. The prerequisite may be waived. Students on the new curriculum in the documentary tract are required to take this course. It is ONLY OFFERED FALL QUARTERS.

PHOT 403 Professional Practices for Fine Art Photography, Providing students with a comprehensive introduction to accepted practices in the marketing of fine art photography, this course takes a multifaceted approach to professional art business concerns. Course topics include how to approach galleries, portfolio-reviewing events, legal considerations, collectors, museum practices, portfolio preparation and self-promotion.  TR 11-1:30      Questions contact

Important topics covered throughout the quarter; juried shows, larger competitions, prizes/award nominations, exhibiting, commercial galleries/gallery representation, artist representation, the non-profit/community space, artist and residencies, copyright, publish a book, self-publishing, the curator, museum work, framing/exhibition materials. biennials, art fairs, portfolio review events, conferences, organizations, the workshop community, the arts and academia. Throughout the quarter the topics of how to present your work as an artist and outlets for getting your work on the art market are discussed. Venues for documentary photographers are covered. All aspects of presenting your work to the public outside of commercial job venues are presented. The Art Fair, the gallery relationship, working with curators, exhibition opportunities, building your artist resume, attending graduate school and many other topics surrounding being successful as a photographic artist.

© Christopher Dowell 2016    Anarchist; Harrisburg; NSM; Police; Riot; protest

Fall 2017 Take PHOT 337 Photojournalism, Media and Culture, MW 11-1:30
This course provides an opportunity for the advanced photography major who is interested in pursuing a career in visual communication to deal with the skills, theory, ethics and contemporary issues of newspaper and magazine photojournalism. Students work collaboratively and individually on a quarter-long newsworthy assignment that reflects a topic relevant to current issues in the community. Students produce a complete portfolio based on the chosen topic and present the work to the community in a final exhibition. Through the investigation and visual exploration of a story pertinent to the local or regional community, students are made more aware of the link between photojournalism, the media and culture. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 324. Questions contact Rebecca Nolan,

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The Art of the Mind Lecture Series

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
5 p.m.
Alexander Hall Theater

The School of Liberal Arts presents John T. Edge

The award-winning writer, director and editor, will read and discuss his latest book, The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South. His research as a leading expert in food customs of the American South are revealed in his work where he discusses how Southerns shaped the American culinary identity. This event is open to the public and will be followed by a Q & A and book signing.

Monday, May 22, 2017

[Non]Disclosure, MFA Thesis Exhibition

Hailee Potter presents her MFA thesis exhibition, [Non]Disclosure, opening reception on Friday, June 2 from 6-9 pm at Non-Fiction Gallery, 1522 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Potter's photographs explore the perplexing limbo of emotional entrapment and aim to encourage the viewer to face the unseen truths of internal identity struggles.

Exhibition runs from June 2-5, Gallery hours Saturday-Monday from 1-5 pm

Blank Wall Gallery: B&W Portraiture

MFA Thesis Exhibition by Kyra Schmidt

"Transcriptions: Indices from the Earth" an MFA Thesis Exhibition by Kyra Schmidt

Kyra Schmidt presents her MFA Thesis Exhibition "Transcriptions: Indices from the Earth" 

Friday, May 26th from 6-8:30p.m., at Oglethorpe Gallery.

Kyra's camera-less photographs created in and of the landscape offer a raw, primal, and rooted aesthetic experience of place.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Possibilities Deux, An Exhibit of Experimental Digital Printmaking

May 23-28, 2017
Opening Reception, May 26th
6-8:30 pm
Sulfur Studios
2301 Bull Street
Savannah, GA

This exhibit marks the first of hopefully many exhibits of work produced by the adventurous student artists who elect to throw the predictability of typical digital output out the window and challenge the idea of what physical digital output might be.

This is not work that easily happens. It does not come with any guarantee of success. If anything, it defines the old adage that "experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want!" The results that you are witness to in this exhibit are dense with experience. This is not work for those who expect predictable outcomes.

What you do see here is the result of hours and hours of investigation into materials and processes that create a new vocabulary for imaging. As important as the physical pieces in this exhibit are what is more telling is the mindset that evolves from the work. The show’s title is a reference to my late mentor Jean-Pierre Sudre and my experience translating for him during visits to his studio in Lacoste with my Provence photography workshops and off-campus SCAD programs. Whenever Jean-Pierre would explain technical matters he would rarely say “and now you must do this!”. Instead he would offer “et maintenant on a plusieurs possibilit├ęs!”.

And now we have many possibilities.

Craig Stevens

March 2017

Savannah, Georgia

My thanks to the courageous students who tackled the challenge of immersing themselves in the unpredictability of this aspect of the photographic medium with the goal of mounting this exhibit. You are very special people.

My thanks also to Lyn Bonham, Jon Horey, Carson Sanders, Steve Bliss and the remarkable faculty of the SCAD Photography Department for their help with this exhibit specifically and their excellence in general.

When you are close to something it is very easy to take it for granted.


Friday, May 12, 2017

The Handmade Image, May 19th, 5-8 pm

An exhibition of historic photographic processes that date back to the 1800s

Opening Reception
May 19, 2017
5-8 pm
Oglethorpe Gallery
406 East Oglethorpe Avenue
Savannah, GA

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Artist Residency

Vacancy for an Artist in Residence at Marlborough College, Wiltshire, UK. The deadline for entries is Sunday 14th May. Link to the vacancy is:

Documentary Collaboration with SCAD Alumni Atelier Ambassador, Hasani Sahlehe

©Hasani Sahlehe
Hasani Sahlehe, SCAD's alumni atelier, is interested in a collaborating with a photography student in terms of documenting the final days of preparation leading up to our Alumni Atelier Showcase. The Showcase will take place on May 18 from 6:30-8pm.

Sahlehe's project is an exhibition experience that incorporates painting, sound design, and staging. He is in the final stages of creating 3 large scale paintings and an audio composition to accompany the pieces for this exhibition. He will also transform the exhibition space by incorporating alternative lighting and freestanding installations. He would like to have a photography student document this process. He will provide a polaroid camera and film for the student to use while this project is taking place (as this relates to his concept.) However, the student is welcome to use any additional documentary method that they would prefer.

Sahlehe requires that the student works primarily, or has familiarity with documentary work. He is extremely flexible as far as scheduling goes.

Please visit to see examples of his work.

If you are interested, please contact Hasani Sahlehe at

Monday, May 8, 2017

Martin Lesjak to lecture at SCAD MOA

Blurring Boundaries: A Trans-disciplinary Approach to Architecture and Design

The founder and creative director of INNOCAD architecture and the product design studio 13&9, takes you on a cross-disciplinary journey of projects spanning architecture to interiors, products and sound and fashion design. Lesjak's foresight and expertise in architecture, design and craft, as well as an affinity for art, have taken his award-winning films into innovative directions globally. With his partners, Lesjak leads diverse international projects combining creativity without boundaries.

SCAD Museum of Art Theater
Tuesday, May 9
5:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

A Graduation Message from Profoto

With graduation comes much uncertainty and I want you and your students to know that I and Profoto are here to help. At Profoto we share your dreams and wish to do our part to help. We’ve built a special EDU program with savings of up to 40% off the normal street price just for you, the students, educators, and schools. That’s not to say we are done, we are always looking for new ways to partner with the EDU community; let us know how we can help.

Joe Lavine
Manager of Educational Services
Contact Joe at

"The Norma Jean II" Photography Exhibition

"Salt and Wood" Exhibition, May 4th

©Rachael Campbell Tortorella
Opening Reception, May 4
5-8 pm
Oglethorpe Gallery
406 E. Oglethorpe Avenue

PDN Curator Competiion: VOTE!!!

Take a look at our students who have entered excellent work in to this prestigious competition.
Vote today!
Trevor Martin: Boys Don't Wear Dresses

Matt Lamourt
Title: Shiro
Concept/Description: These images represent my interpretation of a dystopian future wherein bodies and the human form itself are perceived as replaceable shells

PDN 30 New and Emerging Photographers 2017 Alumna Victoria Stevens!!!

EDUCATION: Savannah College of Art and Design

BEST ADVICE: “Pitch your own assignments. It’s better than waiting around. When I first started I thought, ‘Okay, I have a degree. Editors are going to find me and pitch this to me,’ and that didn’t happen right away. Pitch your own ideas.”

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Join Us Thursday Morning

SCAD FASH will be hosting a Facebook Live tour next Thursday May 4, at 9:30 a.m., featuring a tour of Omar Victor Diop's "Project Diaspora" with the exhibition's curator Storm Van Rensburg!

The exhibition features 18 photographs that explore the often neglected, but deeply entangled historical relationships between Africa and the rest of the world, including trade, early diplomatic encounters and the legacy of slavery. Diop's works of art focus on the representation of Africans in Western and Asian art history from the 15th to the 19th centuries, as he recreates portraits of individuals who became prominent figures in their unique contexts.

SCAD student Anna Brody 2017 PDN winner!

Anna Brody  (Senior, Photography BFA candidate) was named a 2017 winner in the prestigious PDN Photo Annual in the Student Work category.

The subject of Brody’s series “Edging, GA” is an imagined town, and through it, she ponders the concept of being in an incomplete state—to be “almost” something. She says: “Maybe that’s what I take pictures of—people and things that are also almost there, who are almost done looking.”

Monday, May 1, 2017

Preservation Week

Celebrate Preservation Week with the Student Preservation Association Wednesday, May 3, through Friday, May 5, 2017. The theme this year is Collaboration!

Activities will include a roundtable discussion with industry professionals, a collaborative workshop day taught by preservation design professors, a silent auction and employer visits. All events take place in the Clarence Thomas Center for Historic Preservation.

Roundtable Discussion
Participate in a Q&A with professionals from the industry. Doors open at 5:30.
Wed May 3

Collaboration Day
Attend a variety of workshops taught by professors and professionals from other fields.
Thurs May 4

Auction Day + Employer Visits
Bid on a number of repurposed items. Meet employers and learn more about how preservation careers work.
Fri May 5
12 noon to 5pm

If that's not enough, come for the FOOD!

Thursday, April 27, 2017

The In-Sight Photography Project
45 Flat St. Suite #1 Brattleboro, VT, 05301
Juried Exhibition in the Tiny Gallery
Opening: May 5th 5:00pm - 8:30pm

In-Sight is proud to present our 2017 Juried Exhibition. For this exhibition we received over 100 submissions from all over the country. Our juror, Bruce Myren carefully selected 20 photographs to be displayed in In-Sight's Tiny Gallery for the month of May. Join us May 5th from 5:00pm to 8:30pm to see a selection of wonderful photographs from some very talented artists. For more information please visit our website or give us a call!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

SCAD Women's Empowerment Club

Wednesdays at 8:30pm in Boundary Village Common Room This Week's Topic - How To Stay Empowered Part 2!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

CAS Hours Set for Bergen

Jimmy Benedetto, career adviser in the School of Communication Arts, has scheduled "drop in" hours at Bergen Hall on Thursdays from 8:30 am-12pm and 1-5 pm, beginning May 4th. He will be located in Room 206. Please contact Benedetto at 912.525.4668 or email him at for more information.

The Magic Word: Unlocking the Key to Connection, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity, Tuesday, April 25 at 5:00 pm

Join inspirational speaker, writer and artist Victoria Price for The Magic Word: Unlocking the Key to Connection, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity, a lecture about building a healthy self-regard and creative practice.

Price speaks regularly about the daily practice of joy and the role of the arts in society, appearing on Good Morning America, and NPR's Morning Edition and Fresh Air with Terry Gross.

After the lecture, take advantage of the opportunity to speak to her about finding your own "magic word."

Tuesday, April 25
5 p.m.
Arnold Hall, Theater

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

National Park Service call for entries

The National Park Service (NPS) was created over 100 years ago to preserve and protect America’s most significant natural and cultural resources. With over 40 programs, from National Historic Landmarks to National Trails, the National Park Service’s work extends beyond park boundaries. This year the National Historic Landmarks Program plans to highlight some of the special places in and around Savannah, GA, that are associated with NPS programs. We are sponsoring a photo contest to collect images of these places. The winning entries will be featured in our upcoming Discover Savannah Brochure.
We are searching for a photo that captures the essence of Savannah (not limited to the sites included in the contest) as well as images of each of the 13 sites included in the contest. For full contest rules, including the list of included sites, visit

We look forward to seeing Savannah through your eyes! If you have questions, please contact us at
 (404) 507-5792.

Call for Work: Fraction Magazine


Call for Work

Fraction is now accepting submissions for our 9th Anniversary Issue which will premier on May 1st. If you're interested, please submit up to 3 images (800px wide, 72 dpi, sRGB, .jpg) directly to The subject line should be "9th Anniversary Issue Submission" and please include your name and website in the email. Due to the number of submissions we can only respond to the artists that we will include. Thank you for understanding and we look forward to reviewing your images!
Deadline is Friday April 28 at 5pm MST. No extensions!
Photograph by Joanne Leah, featured in Issue 97

Fraction 97 features Tami Bahat, Joanne Leah, Brittany Marcoux, and Emma Powell and Kirsten Hoving.
Leo Hsu reviews Buzzing At The Sill by Peter van Agtmael.
Check it out!

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Study Trip to SCAD FASH Museum at SCAD Atlanta

The School of Communication Arts in collaboration with The School of Fashion have arranged for a trip to SCAD Fash Museum at SCAD Atlanta. This is a great opportunity to SCAD Savannah students to take a trip to explore SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film at SCAD Atlanta. SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film celebrates fashion as a universal language, garments as important conduits of identity, and film as an immersive and the exhibit of photographer Omar Victor Diop. "Project Diaspora" and "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain," an exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, that explores the creativity, cultural significance and transformative power of shoes.

Bus coach fare and lunch provided free of charge to SCAD students. Bus departs from the SCAD Museum of Art at 6 a.m.

Limited space, so please reserve your space today.

Friday, April 21, 2017
Saturday, May 6, 2017

To RSVP please email Lyn Bonham
Please supply the following information:

Student name

Student number

Program of study

Student cell phone number

The preferred date of the trip, either Friday, April 21 or Saturday, May 6

For more information on the exhibits:

Discover Savannah Photography Contest

The National Park Service (NPS) was created over 100 years ago to preserve and protect America’s most significant natural and cultural resources. With over 40 programs, from National Historic Landmarks to National Trails, the National Park Service’s work extends beyond park boundaries. This year the National Historic Landmarks Program plans to highlight some of the special places in and around Savannah, GA, that are associated with NPS programs. We are sponsoring a photo contest to collect images of these places. The winning entries will be featured in our upcoming Discover Savannah Brochure.
We are searching for a photo that captures the essence of Savannah (not limited to the sites included in the contest) as well as images of each of the 13 sites included in the contest. For full contest rules, including the list of included sites, visit

Volunteer Opportunity


Excitement is stirring about our JUNIOR GIRLS BUSINESS START-UPS SAVANNAH! The goal of this program component is to awaken the entrepreneurial talents in the lives of the girls. The theme for this event is “WRITE THE VISION” and it takes place on Thursday, April 20th, 3:00PM-7:00PM, at Romano Macaroni Grill, Oglethorpe Mall and other Community Businesses. We are honored to have multi-millionaire Ron Williams and city councilwoman Dr. Estelle Shabazz as our guest speakers! Girls will participate in business enrichment activities, money management sessions, radio commercial designing, business plan development, and more. This is a free program for all girls, ages 7-14 years old.


Barnes & Noble, Belk, Cinnabon, City of Savannah’s MWBE Program, City of Savannah Youth Coalition, Fairmount Baptist Church, 5LINX, Kroger, Loman Creative Services, Macy’s, Mamie Ruth/M. Liz Jewelry Studios & Boutique, Planet Fitness, Sally Beauty, Savannah Entrepreneurial Center, Savannah State University, SCORE, Starbucks, Tip Top Nails, The Cupcake Parlor, University of Georgia SBDC


We are thrilled to feature the following for our signature new program component, JUNIOR GIRLS BUSINESS START-UPS 2016-2018: Millionaires Mentoring Sessions, Business Start-ups & Development, Junior Girls Shark Tank, Junior Girls Circle of Millionaires, Junior Girls Business Television Showcase, Business Women Shadowing, Business Tours, Bank Tours, Wise Choice Shopping Outings, Quarterly Business Check-ups, Business Owners Mentoring Webinars & Conference Calls, Junior Girls Community Give-Back, Business Hotline, Junior Girls Business Showcase, Junior Girls Dress for Success, Business Supplies, Junior Girls Business Expo (Hollywood, CA & New York, NY), and Junior Girls Business Start-ups International (Nassau, Bahamas). This is a FREE program for girls, ages 7-14 years old.

We greatly appreciate any student volunteer assistance for this program! Please let me know if you need additional information. You can reach me at (843) 864-3399/cell or

We would love to have students in the areas of Photography, Film, Graphics, Jewelry and Fashion to please volunteer at our Junior Girls Business Start-ups event on Thursday, April 20th, 5-7 pm at Oglethorpe Mall. The students would assist girls, ages 7-14, as they participate in the following Business Enrichment Activities at the stores below. Interested students can contact Kathy L. Jackson, (843) 864-3399/cell or

· BELK: FASHION DESIGNER: Mamie Ruth Fashion Designer Activity
· BELK: JEWELRY DESIGNER: Jewelry Scavenger Hunt
· BEST BUY: GRAPHICS & WEB DESIGNING: Store Products Activities

Friday, April 14, 2017

In Focus: A Juried Exhibition Deadline for submissions is TODAY!!

Greenville Technical College’s Riverworks Gallery is issuing a call to all undergraduate photography students in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia to enter a juried exhibition, In Focus, Entry deadline is TODAY.
They are printing and framing the accepted works and they have cash prizes!!!!

The Fence 2017: An Outdoor Photography Exhibition Series, Extended Deadline April 18th

Photographers of all levels are invited to submit work that explores the following themes:
Creatures, Home, Nature, People, Play, Streets and Food. You may submit multiple series to one or more categories.

Entry Fee: $35/series (Early Bird Submissions – through March 14)
$45/series (March 15 – April 18)

Faces and Spaces Exhibition, April 21

©Laura Beckerdite

©Rob Crossno

SCAD seniors, Laura Beckerdite and Rob Crossno, are hosting an opening reception for their exhibition, "Faces and Spaces" on Friday, April 21 from 5-8 pm at Oglethorpe Gallery, 406 East Oglethorpe Avenue. The exhibition runs from April 21-23.

Open for Submissions, Deadline May 15

We are excited to announce that VIATOR n.3 is open for submissions!

VIATOR is a literary and art journal about spaces and places, broadly understood. Our current issue was published Winter 2017 and contains contributions from nearly 50 artists and writers from around the globe. We’re looking to build on the momentum generated from our first two issues!

We accept writing and art of any genre or medium and in any language, including longer stories, essays, art series, and photo journalism. Check out our website to see the work of our incredible contributors for VIATOR n.2!

Please email your submissions as an attachment, along with your contact information, to Every contributor whose work is selected will receive a copy of the journal.

Like our Facebook page to stay updated as we continue to gather submissions and put together the next issue!

Filter Photo, Call for Proposals

Filter Photo hosts an annual call for proposals for the exhibition calendar at Filter Space. We welcome photographic proposals of all types, whether traditional or experimental, or coming from and emerging curator or a veteran artist. Filter Photo hopes to attract a broad range of proposals that reflect the creative diversity of the contemporary photographic community.

Proposals will be accepted via our online system. Only proposals submitted in this manner will be considered. There is a submission fee of $25.00

For more information:

Month of Photography Los Angeles

Month of Photography Los Angeles is accepting submissions for the annual Group Show! The MOPLA Group Show is a submission based exhibition featuring both emerging and established photographers. This exhibition is organized by the Lucie Foundation and will be presented during MOPLA's 10th Anniversary Edition.

To see previous MOPLA Group Show curations visit MOPLA Group Show 2017, MOPLA Group Show 2016 and MOPLA Group Show 2015.

DEADLINE: November 30, 2017 at 12am PST

WAG Photography Show: "Treasure"

The Westport Art Group launches a new initiative: WAG PHOTOGRAPHY with a juried exhibition accepting all mediums of photography, running June 16 through July 2. WAG is 45 minutes from Providence and Newport, and 75 minutes from Boston. All New England artists are welcome to apply and we hope you will visit our beautiful new gallery in this wonderful coastal town – this side of the Bourne Bridge!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Emerging Photographer Competition

Submissions are open for the Fall 2017 issue of Emerging Photographer, showcasing the work of up-and-coming photographers with around five years or less of professional experience.

We’ve featured the work of more than 60 photographers over six issues, distributing print copies directly to photo editors, creative directors and photo festivals, and promoting the digital edition to the audience of our parent magazine, Photo District News.

Be a part of the next issue! We are looking for photographers with a fresh perspective, compelling imagery and an insatiable drive to make an impact within the photography community. All submitted work is reviewed by editors of Emerging Photographer, PDN and Rangefinder magazines.


PDN competition DEADLINE 05/03/2017

PDN is seeking emerging fine-art photographers for The Curator, an annual competition that will culminate in a group show in New York City. Six winners will exhibit their work in a summer show with an opening reception. Their work will also be published in the Fine-Art Issue of PDN (August) and in a gallery on, promoted to our network of more than 460,000 followers. One exceptional photographer will receive $3,500 to continue their work, and all winners will receive prizes from B&H and more.

David Carol
Co-founder and Editor-in-chief
Peanut Press Books 
Ashlyn Davis
Executive Director
Houston Center for Photography 
Romke Hoogwaerts
Founder, Mossless
Creative Director, Rubber Factory Posters 
Claartje Van Dijk
Assistant Curator, Collections
International Center for Photography 
Efrem Zelony-Mindell
Curator, Writer & Artist 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

SCAD Family and Alumni Weekend

Celebrate SCAD alumni during Family and Alumni Weekend

Applaud our alumni award winners and attend a keynote by Jesse Hildreth (B.F.A. visual effects) prior to a screening of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” Hildreth, a senior lighting TD at Industrial Light & Magic in Vancouver, will share a behind the scenes look at his work on the film. Hildreth’s illustrious career at ILM comprises work on “Star Wars Episode 8,” “Sully,” “Jungle Book” and “The Martian.”

2017 alumni award recipients:

· Emerging Alumna: Osayi Endolyn (M.F.A. writing), senior writer at IBM and associate editor at Southern Foodways Alliance

· Distinguished Alumnus: Greg Jacobs (B.F.A. historic preservation) founder of Landmark Preservation

· Distinguished Alumnus: Jesse Hildreth (B.F.A. visual effects), senior lighting TD at Industrial Light & Magic

Alumni awards presentation and screening of

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”

Saturday, April 29
Trustees Theater 7PM

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Monday, April 10, 2017

call for entries: Streetwise

© Bruce Gilden
Calling for Entries: Streetwise
Juror: Bruce Gilden
Deadline: April 19th, 2017 23:59 EST
Exhibition: May 25th - June 18th, 2017
I love the people I photograph. I mean, they’re my friends. I’ve never met most of them or I don’t know them at all, yet through my images I live with them. - Bruce Gilden.
Getting close enough to one’s subject(s) is difficult for most of us, and yet it’s essential to making effective street photographs. For this exhibit Darkroom Gallery and juror Bruce Gilden will be looking for your ability to step into the interplay of human activity and to seize the moment. Learn More . . .

Juror:Bruce Gilden
Bruce Gilden and his photography are inextricably linked. Hours as a child looking at tough guys on the bustling streets of Brooklyn from his second-story window shaped Gilden’s attraction to his photographic subjects. Gilden is a street photographer. He is best known for his candid close-up photos of people on the streets of New York City, using a flashgun. He has had numerous books of his work published, and is the subject of the documentary film: Misery Loves Company: The Life and Death of Bruce Gilden (2007). He has worked in black & white photography most of his life, but recently has begun shooting color and digital in recent years.  Learn More . . .

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