Weekly Roundup: Tracey Moffatt, A Residency for Photographers of Color and More

Tracey Moffatt
As I Lay Back on My Ancestral Land No 5. 2013
Installation at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, NYC

This post marks the inauguration of a new series on Dodge & Burn: a weekly roundup (published every Friday at 1pm ET) of links and events related to photography.

Tracey Moffatt’s Spirit Landscapes solo show at Tyler Rollins Fine Art (NYC)
After living in New York for 12 years, Australian photographer and video artist Tracey Moffatt returned to her place of birth in 2010 and this show features the most autobiographical work she’s been making since then. Sorry, there’s only 2 days left to see this show – it closes December 21st.

Kickstarter Campaign for A Different Mirror Art Exhibition (London, UK)
Just a few hours left to support the production of this 3-day multidisciplinary art exhibition featuring the work of 9 artists focused on the body image of women of color in Brixton.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston Exhibition
Final weeks for She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World. Featuring works by Rania Matar, Shirin Neshat and more. Closes January 12, 2014.

Call for Entries: Woodstock A-I-R Program (NY)
A residency designed to support artists of color working in the photographic arts residing in the United States, sponsored by the Center for Photography at Woodstock. Deadline February 28, 2014.

One Touch Media: African Photographers Photographing Africa
Read this great article about One Touch Media, a group of photographers in Kenya on a quest to showcase the beauty of Africa’s people, wildlife and landscapes.


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