FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY BLOGGERS
Ruben Natal- San Miguel from ARTmostfierce Arts Blog is part of the discussion panel.
ASMPNY Fine Art Conversations / Fine Art Bloggers
Wednesday November 3rd,
7-9 pm, check-in at 6:30 pm
Soho Photo, 15 White St, New York, NY 10013
Please register for the Blogger Event hereLimited seating available - so please reserve your space by registering.
Fine art photography blogs have changed the landscape for sharing and reviewing work. Blogs are more personal and idiosyncratic while attracting a wide audience, and doing so more quickly and inexpensively. Photographers no longer have to wait for a review of a bricks-and-mortar exhibition by a very small group of print publications. The objective of this night is to inform photographers about fine art photography blogging:
- how the blog came into being
- how the blog differs from photography covered in a print edition (if there is one)
- what bloggers like (or don’t) about blogging
- advantages and disadvantages about blogging
- who is the audience for the blog
- how work is chosen for the blog
- how bloggers like (or don’t) to be contacted by photographers, agents or galleries
- how blogging has impacted fine art photography (or not)
Confirmed Panelists, as of October 26th - clicking on the links will take youElizabeth Avedon. Elizabeth Avedon has received recognition for her curatorial work, exhibition design, and publishing projects, including the retrospective exhibition and book Avedon: 1949 -1979 for the Metropolitan Museum of Art; In the American West for the Amon Carter Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others. In addition, she has also worked with the Menil Collection and the Estate of Diane Arbus. She co-published, in conjunction with Random House, Elizabeth Avedon Editions/Vintage Contemporary Artists series, working with distinguished art critics such as Donald Kuspit and Peter Schjeldahl, and contemporary artists Francesco Clemente, Louise Bourgeois, Robert Rauschenberg, and many others. She was formerly Creative Director for The Gere Foundation, Gallery Director for Photo-Eye Gallery, and served as Reviewer for CENTER’S “Review Santa Fe” and ASMP/NY.
A. D. Coleman. A. D. Coleman was the first photo critic for the New York Times, authoring 120 articles during his tenure. He started writing in 1967 and has contributed to the Village Voice, New York Observer and numerous magazines, artist monographs and other publications worldwide. He received the first Art Critic's Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1976 and was a Fullbright scholar in 1994. He was named one of "The Top 100 People in Photography" by American Photo Magazine. He has had several collections of his reviews/criticism published in book form including: The Digital Evolution Visual Communication in the Electronic Age (Nazraeli Press) and Light Readings: A Photography Critic's Writings 1968-1978 (Oxford University Press).
Ruben Natal-San Miguel. Ruben Natal-San Miguel is a trained architect, writer, art collector, blogger, consultant, curator and fine art photographer, mostly specialized in the art of emerging photography. In addition, Ruben is very involved with art, not-for-profit, organizations like ACRIA, Printed Matter, Aperture Foundation, AIDS Chicago, Humble Arts Foundation, Photolucida, Visual AIDS and ASMP/NY. He has collaborated in projects with several artists, including Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas. ARTmostfierce is an art blog created by Ruben, of which he is editor-in-chief. ARTmostfierce’s sole purpose is to promote emerging art, artists, photography and to benefit not-for-profit art organizations, as well as to encourage the art of collecting at a very affordable, but fast pace. He wrote the introduction to The Humble Foundation Collectors Guide for Emerging Art Photography, published in 2009. His photography work has been shown in Hous Projects Gallery in NYC and Los Angeles, Kris Graves Projects NYC, Aqua Art Fair Miami 2009, Photo LA 2010, SCOPE Art Fair NYC 2010, Zona MACO 2010 Art Fair Mexico City and the One Hour Photo Show at The American University Museum Wash, DC. He was also a finalist at the first 2009 Picture Black Friday Competition.
EVENT:Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010, 7 – 9 pm
Check-in at 6:30 pm
15 White Street
NY, NY 10013
ASMP Member: Free
Non-member: $ 25
Student*: $ 5
*May be asked to show student id
Please register for the Blogging Event hereLimited seating available - so please reserve your space by registering.
Any questions, please contact Susan May Tell, ASMPNY - Fine Art Chair