A brand new gallery celebrating the art of LoFi photography. Jump Photo Arts, the team behind the phenomenally successful Starsnappers Project, is now launching a brand new art gallery in London dedicated to LoFi photography. The Starsnappers project began in 2003 when digital technology had already taken hold of the photographic industry. Starsnappers developed its […]
Google has launched its Art Project, an ambitious project to bring the art works of the world’s galleries and museums onto the web in deep zoomable, detailed form. Currently Art Project has work from the following institutions on show: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin – Germany Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian, Washington DC – USA The Frick […]
The San Diego Art Institute’s “Museum of the Living Artist” is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization that promotes the visual arts. We are calling artists to submit to our 51st International Award Exhibition. SDAI is a great institution supporting the arts. It has excellent, modern exhibition facilities. The exhibition will run from April 16 […]
The Photography Business, Part 11: Contemporary Art Photography as a Business is now up on the HP Pro Photography blog. It discusses how to approach contemporary art use of photography.
Many students doing a photography or fine art study program fail completely to get out of it all they could. Here is how to improve on this. During the course of a semester of study, students are caught up in the tasks of note taking and doing projects/assignments. This dominates all thinking: the looming deadlines […]
The following product announcement seems to offer some interesting potential to photographers and artists: Roland DGA Corp. has introduced the MPX-90 desktop impact printer, an easy-to-use personalization device for jewelry, gift items and accessories. Based on the Roland Photo Marking System (RPMS), the MPX-90 uses a durable diamond-tipped stylus to imprint hard surfaces including stainless […]
In this article I offer my review of some of the exhibitions. As all such reviews are, these are my personal response to the exhibitions I saw. I did not set out to see all the exhibitions. Along the way I stumbled across some other exhibitions that either were not in the program or that […]
In this article series I offer my review of some of the exhibitions. As all such reviews are, these are my personal response to the exhibitions I saw. I did not set out to see all the exhibitions. Rather I went through the exhibition program and chose ones in Ballarat and Creswick that appealed to […]
The Denver Post has reviewed an exhibition of digital art produced by Bonny Lhotka and shown at the Denver Botanical Gardens. Comprising laser engraved and inkjet printed panels, the exhibition gets a good review. The exhibition runs through September 20.
Dorothy Simpson Krause’s latest book is a gem. Not specifically about digital processes, but a gem never the less. It is a book about how to make your own artist books. It covers a whole range of techniques and applications and is illustrated bya great selection of artist books.