6:30 - 8:30PM
Phoenix Art Museum
Tickets $5, Free for members
Hand-coloring is a process that came into use in the early 1800s in an attempt to create more realistic images from black-and-white photographs, Since the later part of the 1900s, a resurgence in the process of hand-coloring has been seen in the work of artist-photographers, such as Kate Breakey.
Kate Breakey is internationally known for her large-scale, richly hand-colored photographs, including her acclaimed series, Small Deaths, published in 2001 by University of Texas Press. During the talk, she will discuss and present examples of her hand-colored photographs.
DEC 2 ~
Phoenix Art Museum
Four Decades of Photography in Print
Even before screens, photographs were everywhere. When photomechanical printing—reproducing a photograph cheaply with printmaking techniques that use a printing press and ink—took off in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, photography’s visibility expanded hugely. Photographic imagery made its way into books, newspapers, and magazines, onto posters and billboards and stamps and postcards. Photography, specifically photography in print, quickly became the dominant form of visual communication. The Logic of the Copy will bring together the work of artists working with photographs in print, beginning in 1960 and ending at the turn of the 21st century when the widespread adoption of digital means of producing and sharing images transformed photography.
2 ~ 30
Opening March 16, 6-9pm
FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel
1100 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Featuring work produced by members of INFOCUS
We invite you to visit the Studio Gallery at the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel in March to view an exhibition of photography produced by INFOCUS members. All visitors are encouraged to vote on their favorite photograph – at the end of the exhibition, the artist with the most votes is honored with the Viewers' Choice Award and given the opportunity to present their work during an artist talk at Phoenix Art Museum the following year. The free public opening reception is March 16 from 6-9pm.
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