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Glimpses in Time
Curated by: René de Guzman, Bart Ross

406 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
July 3rd, 2009 - July 31st, 2009
Opening: July 21st, 2009 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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DESCRIPTION
Master Photographers working in all styles and mediums have been selected at the international juried photography exhibition: Glimpses in Time. 61 photographs were selected from a group 154 images by René de Guzman, Senior Art Curator, Oakland Museum of California our sole Juror.


The photographers come from all over the world United States, France,

Germany, Japan Argentina and Mexico. The following are the award winners:

Manuel Alvarez Bravo Award:

Skaters, Beijing, China by Len Speier (New York)



Creativity Awards:

Nuestra Casa by Tori Purcell

The Trekkers by Nick Calarco

Self Portrait as Me #2: Rob as Claire by Robert Martin



Juror Awards:

Sarah Nona in the Twilight by Afua Kafi-Akua

Keep Breathing by Priscilla Pompa

Bay View 3 by Roy Berkowitz (San Francisco)

Jono by Matthew Austin

Girl in France - Carousel by R Parker Blackburn (San Francisco)

Hip Hop B&W by LP


Every year the Joyce Gordon Gallery presents the "Glimpses in Time" exhibit to honor a Master Photographer. This year we celebrate Manuel Álvarez Bravo, a Mexican photographer born in 1902. Bravo's work not only documents life in Mexico but also visually explores a surrealistic approach to the composition of his photographic subject.


About the Juror:

René de Guzman has been named senior curator of art at the Oakland Museum of California. Previously director of visual arts at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), de Guzman joined the Oakland Art Museum in 2007.

De Guzman's work has encompassed international exhibitions, community collaborations, artist commissions, and investigations of how the fine arts interact with popular culture. His work includes Bay Area Now, Hip-Hop by the Bay,

Beautiful Losers and Black Panther Rank and File to name a few.



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