Glimpse in Time 2010: In honor of Imogen Cunningham
July 2 - July 30, 2010
Opening Reception: July 2, 2010, Friday, 5:30 - 9:00 pm
Special Exhibition for Awardees: August 6 - August 30, 2010
Opening Reception: August 13, Friday, 5:30- 9:00 pm
Every year the Glimpses in Time exhibition honors a Master Photographer. This year it is Imogen Cunningham, An American Photographer born in 1883.
Imogen Cunningham was a pioneer of art photography, whose influence continues in the photographic style of the SF Bay Area and art photography today. Cunningham's peer relationship with Edward Weston, Dorthea Lange, Alfred Stieglitz, Ansel Adams and Minor White and her great body of work on nudes and botanicals define her as a master.
This year's Juror is San Francisco Art Institute's Linda Connor. Connor is photographer whose work is well known for their spiritual and exotic locations including India, Mexico, Thailand, Ireland, Peru, Nepal, Egypt, Hawaii and the American Southwest. She is a professor in the Photography Department at the San Francisco Art Institute where she has taught since 1969. She is also a founding director of the San Francisco Bay Area non-profit group, PhotoAlliance.
The entries for the juried exhibition comprised of photographers from all over the world.
The awardees are as follows:
Imogen Cunningham Award:
1138 Untitled by Kyle Sharp
1102 Delta Creation Theory #1 by Terri Garland
1124 Dixie and Monument Valley by Jackson Patterson
1128 A Disturbance in Mirrors 01 by Vanessa Woods
1118 The Clinic / Alcatraz by Barbara Buchholz Collins
1135 Fire In The Sky, Detroit 2009 by Philip Dembinski
1141 Elizabeth by Sarah-Marie Land
1151 Stella by Andrea Land
1170 Cut Branches, 2009 by Eric Zeigler
1174 Untitled, 2010 by Anni Löppönen
1176 Snow Pile, Parker, CO. 2010 by Charles Byrne
“Windowed Wall,” one of my newest night photographs, was juried into this year’s “Glimpses in Time” exhibit at the Joyce Gordon Gallery. The exhibit opens July 2 and runs through July 30. As always, it features dozens of photographs from artists across the U.S. and around the world, so there will be plenty of fantastic photography to see (and, ahem, collect).
My work has been juried into all four annual “Glimpses in Time” exhibits. The juror this time around was Linda Connor, professor of photography at the San Francisco Art Institute, where she’s taught since 1969.
“Glimpses in Time” is always a tribute to a late photographer, and this year we’re honoring Imogen Cunningham. She was a peer of Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, and others, and her influence on the art form is still felt today.
There's a lot of really nice work to see, and a lot of variety. Check out the show!