Are you a NYC-based photographer looking for feedback on your work? Come and join this unique critique group! Every month we view and critique the work (in progress) of 2-3 photographers. There is no commitment to join, everyone who is interested in discussing photography from a critical point of view is welcome.
- A mixed group of fellow photographers of varying skills and levels in their artistic careers, based in NYC, many of whom I know through my blog and/or ICP, SVA
- Other practicing artists, curators or critics that we can invite and who may show up
- Peer critique of primarily photography and photo-based works, other mediums welcome
- Open discussion of approach, subject matter, materials, techniques
- Feel free to bring food/snacks/drinks to share
- No fees and no pressure to commit (this is not a collective), show up when/if you can
|Rocio De Alba gets her work critiqued.|
- Occurs monthly (Saturday from 3-5pm)
- We may not meet some months (like August) due to vacations/holidays, schedule conflicts, etc.
- Duration: 2 hours (20-30 mins critique per artist)
- At alternating artist studio spaces in Brooklyn/NYC
|Looking at the work of Erica Allen.|
- Because it’s hard to get critical feedback from our friends and family who love us
- Because as artists we need a community that can have intellectual discussions about the effect/affect of our work
- Because many of you have also expressed the desire to get feedback on your work
- Because I want to hang with artists like you!
Dodge & Burn is a blog dedicated to documenting a more inclusive history of photography and supporting the work of photographers of color with photographer interviews.
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