NOPA is pleased to serve as the local partner for the Alternative Photo Revolution event coming to New Orleans March 31–April 1 at L’Entropot, 527 Julia Street.
Combining contemporary photography with historical photo printmaking processes, the Alternative Photo Revolution is one-of-a-kind. Printed in Toronto by Bob Carnie Printmaking, this group show features photographers from across North America.
Friday, March 31: 6–9 PM, private reception
free and open to the public
Purchase a $30 Collector Raffle Ticket for the chance to win a unique print. Info here.*
Saturday, April 1: 1–9 PM, free and open to the public
2:30–3:15 PM join Phil Jessup for an Artist Talk and Q+A: Imperiled Landscapes: Impacts of Climate Change
Since 2005, Phil Jessup has been photographing wild landscapes that may vanish due to climate change. He has visited remote regions of the Arctic and Pacific, as well as populous cities like Hong Kong, where world class mangrove swamps could be inundated by sea level rise. Phil will show slides of his work and discuss with the audience the implications of climate change for the wild places we cherish.of
Participating photographers & their locations:
Toronto: Marc Betsworth, Tamiko Winters, Paul Taborovsky, Kevin Kelly, Alan Dunlop, Lisa Murzin, Ron Erwin, John Migicovsky, Evan Dion, Salina Kassam, Philip Jessup, Marlene Hilton Moore, Juli Lyons, Skip Dean, Thomas Brasch, Matthew Plexman, Laura Paterson, Bob Carnie, Monica Glitz
St. Thomas: Jeff Suchak
Quebec: Hugues Rochette, Jean Lauzon, Madeleine Marcil, Claude Dagenais, Guy Lafontaine, Mirabelle Ricard, Guy Glorieux
Ottawa: Brittany Fleming
Saskatoon: Jennifer Crane
Vancouver: Brendan Meadows
Seattle: Andrej Gregov
Texas: Larry Hayden
New York: Bryan Helm
Also featuring local New Orleans photographer David Armentor.
*Please note that this event is not a NOPA fundraiser. NOPA is delighted to serve as the local partner and does not benefit financially in any way from the event.