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Wednesday
Aug132014

One Earth

Group exhibits features the work of 24 international photojournalists and art photographers as they cast their lens over the causes, effect, and solutions to the global environmental crisis, entitled ‘One Earth’.

Featuring photographs by: Peter Blakely, Antrim Caskey, Robert Clark, Hélène David, Nigel Dickinson, Patrick Dodson, Aliza Eliazarov, Cédric Faimali, J. Henry Fair, Danny Wilcox Fraiser, Stanley Greene, Jason Houston, Garth Lenz, David Liittschwager, Kadir van Lohuizen, Benjamin Lowy, Pete McBride, John Novis, Daniel Ocampo, Joel Sartore, George Steinmetz, Jamey Stillings, Les Stone, & Tyrone Turner

exhibition features the work of 24 international photojournalists and art photographers as they cast their lens over the causes, effect, and solutions to the global environmental crisis, entitled ‘One Earth’.
Featuring photographs by:Peter Blakely, Antrim Caskey, Robert Clark, Hélène David, Nigel Dickinson, Patrick Dodson, Aliza Eliazarov, Cédric Faimali, J. Henry Fair, Danny Wilcox Fraiser, Stanley Greene, Jason Houston, Garth Lenz, David Liittschwager, Kadir van Lohuizen, Benjamin Lowy, Pete McBride, John Novis, Daniel Ocampo, Joel Sartore, George Steinmetz, Jamey Stillings, Les Stone, & Tyrone Turner.

 

Peace, love, one!

-Amy

Scary but invaluable, thanks!

-David Blacklech

Protect our Earth! Strong show!

-Franc Palaia

What a wonderful space- thank you!

-Zival Amrami

Eye popping!

-Peter Hummel

Great show! Can't wait to see the next one!

-Kezi

One earth, one heart!

-Christel Huiting

 

 

Wednesday
Aug132014

Beacons of Music II

Photographs by Rob Penner

 

Great to see you highlighting some of our great, current photojournalists! Keep on showing good work.

Thank you for bringing out th beauty of Beacon.

-Judith Lullock

Incredible show!

What a great show! Seeing something new the longer I look.

Great job, I enjoyed the design. 

Thought the photos looked just great on the wall. I believe that one really needs to get up close to really have a conversation with what the artists was trying to convey. Thanks for all these long talks.

Glad to see things going strong!

-Casey Kelbough

 

Wednesday
Aug132014

Liberty & Justice (For All)

Photographs and personal narrative from 68 photographers from 22 countries. 
Curated by Benjamin Spatz, Guest Editor, Alaska Quarterly Review. Contributers include:
Rodrigo Abd, Lynsey Addario, GMB Akash, Akintunde Akinleye, Jan Banning, Marcus Bleasdale, Dominic Bracco II, Heidi Bradner, Nina Berman, Pep Bonet, Eric Bouvet, David Burnett, Andrea Bruce, Michael Robinson Chávez, Alan Chin, Jodi Cobb, Elizabeth Dalziel, Barbara Davidson, Agnès Dherbeys, Peter DiCampo, Giles Duley, Natan Dvir, Alixandra Fazzina, Adam Ferguson, Ashley Gilbertson, Lori Grinker, Carol Guzy, Ramzi Haidar, David Hartman, Ron Haviv, Todd Heisler, Bill Hess, Brendan Hoffman, Michael Kamber, Ed Kashi, Brenda Ann Kenneally, Karim Ben Khelifa, Gary Knight, Roger LeMoyne, Marc Lester, Rick Loomis, Jon Lowenstein, Benjamin Lowy, Alex Masi, Andrew McConnell, John Moore, Dominic Nahr, Farah Nosh, Finbarr O’Reilly, Katie Orlinsky, Athit Perawongmetha, Platon, Spencer Platt, Emmanuel Santos, Stephanie Sinclair, Benjamin J. Spatz, Scott Strazzante, John Stanmeyer, Mario Tama, Newsha Tavakolian, Andrew Testa, Brandon Thibodeaux, Peter Van Agtmael, Ami Vitale, Teun Voeten.

 

Very powerful.

-Mady

Thank you for this beautiful collection. Very interesting work.

-Natalia

Very interesting and painfully real. 

-Helena and Dave

Fovea continues to impress with each upcoming exhibit! Bravo!

Always good to see photographs with a story that needs telling. Keep it up!

Wonderful panel discussion.

Fantastic talk- thank you so much for making that happen.

-Marta

I love this exhibition and the work it does. 

-Cara

Awesome, poignant. Love it!

-Meredith Seff

Remarkable exhibit.

-Sheilah and Bert Rechtschaffer

Everything was powerful and very real. It was very interesting but also very sad.

-Margalit

A collection of pain, grief, hope and love all in one exhibit. Great tribute. To Tim and Chris and the artform they lived and bled for.

It reminds me that voices need to be heard and we sometimes take for granted the rights we have been born with. Favorite photo: Carol Guzy. We have a lot to be thankful for. 

Powerful exhibit: should be seen by leaders all over the world!

The pictures are very moving- it's their stories that give them so much power. No justice, no peace is not an empty phrase.

Extraordinarily moving.

What a wonderful tribute to all those who long for what we Americans truly take for granted.

 

Wednesday
Aug132014

Occupy!

A photographic slideshow curated by Nina Berman and featuring the work of international photojournalists Noah Addis, Nina Berman/ Noor, Todd Bigelow, David Butow/ Redux, Alan Chin, Stephanie Kieth, Yunghi Kim, Yuri Kozyrev/ Noor, Erica McDonald, Mark Ovaska and John Trotter. 

 

I came for the Occupy photographs and took away even more than that. The Arab Sping photos are so moving. Thank you. We are the 99%. 

-Karen Lovegrist

Good way to show the pictures.

-Franc Palaia

Great job! Power of stills yet very cinematic.

 

Wednesday
Aug132014

Gays in the Military: How America Thanked Me

Photographs by Vincent Cianni

 

According to a participating service member, Vince's work is a "tremendous contribution to the history of discrimination against LGBT service members in the military and US." Seeing his work is a testament to truth and power in this statement.

Very moving and beautifully done, Vince! Congratulations!

-Ryan Monaghan

Powerful: beautiful!

-Dailah

Wonderful job Vince. Congratulations! I hope this is seen far and wide.

-Yari Myne

Very beautiful pictures and interesting/important topic.

-Marco

Powerful and inspirational. Thank you for taking a stand and this will make a difference for many who still are hiding in the closet because of our society.

-Vanessa Tricoche

Absolutely beautiful and deep and troubling and heartbreaking and powerful. Thank you so much for doing this.

-Ronnie Jarka

This is such an important resource to provide for the community and I found this exhibit to be incredibly powerful! Thank you!

-Hannah Collentine

What an amazing exhibit- especially the black and white. Gives a whole different feel. Thank you for supporting LGBT!

-Cristina Olivie

Fantastic show. Thank you.

-Lauren

Powerful photographs and stories. Thank you.