Katherine Longly, featured artist in this month’s BookLENS, lives and works in Brussels and graduated in photography, communications, and anthropology. Her projects often start with a very specific question. Behind these questions lies a desire to understand a social phenomenon. And humor is not excluded. Longly pays special attention to actively involve people she works … Continue reading October 2021 BookLENS: Katherine Longly
In this August’s BookLENS, PhotoBOOK Fair team member, photographer, and columnist Jonathan Blaustein interviews renown actor, musician, and photographer Jeff Bridges: Jeff Bridges is more than an actor, or an artist. For Americans of a certain generation, the 1998 Coen Brothers’ film “The Big Lebowski” is a cultural touchstone, much as Baby Boomers worshiped “The … Continue reading August 2021 BookLENS: Jeff Bridges
For this month’s BookLENS, former NOPA president and creative nomad, Sesthasak Boonchai is interviewing Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel about their recently published book: Electronic Landscapes: Music, Space and Resistance in Detroit. Electronic Landscapes: Music, Space and Resistance in Detroit (EL) celebrates Detroit’s techno, house and hip-hop musicians who construct home studios, renovate buildings and sustain … Continue reading July 2021 BookLENS: Isaac Diggs + Edward Hillel
For this month’s BookLENS, we are welcoming Jonathan Blaustein as a guest reviewer. Jonathan is an artist, writer, and educator based in Taos, New Mexico. He has exhibited his work widely in galleries and museums in the US, and in festivals in Europe as well. His photographs reside in several important … Continue reading June 2021 BookLENS: Kristin Bedford
Introducing BookLENS, a new interview series coordinated by PhotoNOLA’s PhotoBOOK Fair and published on NOPA’s online blog. Each month leading up to PhotoNOLA, we will bring you an interview with a photographer who recently authored a photography book of interest. This month we bring you Bryce Lankard, one of the founding members of both the … Continue reading May 2021 BookLENS: Bryce Lankard
LION’S SHADOW La Cathedrale/The Cathedral Jules Lion 1842 Lithograph on paper (likely based on daguerreotype) Louisiana State Museum, T0347.1991 Lion’s Shadow: In Tribute to Jules LionLouisiana based photographers of the African diaspora are invited to submit work for consideration in Lion’s Shadow. The exhibition will be curated by Brent Lewis, and displayed at Stella Jones Gallery in conjunction … Continue reading CFE: LION’S SHADOW [Stella Jones Gallery]
There’s a new PhotoNOLA App to help you navigate your festival experience. Free downloads are available now. iPhone Android Web App The Web App version can be used on any device with a browser, i.e. Windows Phone, BlackBerry, laptops.
New Orleans Photo Alliance members are invited to submit work for consideration in CURRENTS 2014: NOPA Members Showcase. The exhibit will open in December at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, in connection with the 2014 PhotoNOLA festival. This annual exhibition was created to showcase contemporary photographic work created by NOPA members. The 2014 show … Continue reading CURRENTS 2014 to be juried by Roy Flukinger