Celebrating the Art of Photography...

A nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photographic art. At the Griffin Museum, you will find exhibitions from well-known photographers to those emerging on the scene that explore important themes and thought-provoking ideas. All of our exhibitions and programs are designed to encourage the passionate exploration of the art of photography. www.griffinmuseum.org

Thursday, February 9, 2012

February 2012 Events


Exhibit dates: July 19th - September 2nd, 2012
67 Shore Road, Winchester MA 01890

Call for Entries

AWARDS: $1,000 Arthur Griffin Legacy Award, $500 Griffin Award

ELIGIBILITY: This Call for Entries is open to all photographers. Entrants must be members of the Griffin Museum of Photography (with an expiration after 4/1/2012) The Griffin Museum invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. We encourage submitting images from a singular body of work for a cohesive selection for the Juried Exhibition. A unified body of photographs indicates to the juror you've carefully considered your selected edit and are committed to your photography. Artwork selected for gallery exhibition will be limited to FRAMED SIZE of 30x40in. 

JUROR: Paul Kopeikin, Kopeikin Gallery
Paul Kopeikin has owned and directed the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles since 1991. He has mounted over 150 exhibitions of classic, modern and contemporary photography and works on paper. This includes exhibitions by such luminaries as Diane Arbus, Garry Winnogrand, Helen Levitt, Lee Friedlander, Weegee, Marion Post Wolcott and Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Contemporary artists Chris Jordan, Amy Stein and Jill Greenberg all got their start at the gallery. The gallery has participated in numerous art fairs and Mr. Kopeikin has juried numerous exhibitions. And yet he never tires of more. 

ENTRY FEE: The entry fee is $15 for 5 images. Members at the Dual level ($75) and above may submit up to 8 images. 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 31, 2012 

HOW TO ENTER:






 
Last night we had a talk with Tony Decaneas, Decaneas Archive, Revere---about his relationship and stories shared with Ernest Withers. "Pictures Tell the Story" and Tony let us in on some more.

Paula and Frances went to the Chilton Club the other day where Paula made a presentation on how to choose a photograph. Then ate the most delicious custard and admired the flamboyant furniture and lighting throughout the place. Thanks, Nancy McMahon for inviting us!

This Saturday, February 11, from 10-12pm, Keith Johnson will be conducting his wonderful "Critical Conversations" in the Main Gallery at the Griffin. Only a few spots left to register! Free to members, $10 non-member. e-mail Frances at frances@griffinmuseum.org if interested.

Gallery Talk with Gary Greenberg
February 16, 7-8:30 PM

In conjunction with:
Rock & Roll
A Group Show
The Griffin Museum of Photography
By Digital Silver Imaging
4 Clarendon St, Boston's South End
Through March 10

Gary Greenberg is a serious music fanatic, a Keith Richards wannabe, an avid R&R memorabilia collector and the host of GaryRocks, a devotional blog to his passions. Following Greenberg's talk, several of the photographers included in the group show discuss the exhibit. Hear Mike Mitchell's story behind his iconic Beatles' images, meet the collector who acquired the Astrid Kirchherr archive, get behind-the-scenes with legendary R&R photographers Ron Pownall and Herb Greene, be up close and personal with Aerosmith and Pearl Jam through their favorite shooters Melissa Mahoney and Brian Babineau, and go backstage at Bonnaroo and Coachella with Ryan Mastro.     image: Mike Mitchell
Thank you, Christopher Churchill, for talking to our PhotoSynthesis group from Winchester High School and Boston Arts Academy. Chris is showing his project "American Faith" in our Atelier gallery and recently got a major article in this month's PDN. Chris spoke with these students about making work, finding a passionate project and the importance of persistence and hard work.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

NEW SHOWS

 MAIN GALLERY
January 5 - March 1, 2012
Pictures tell the Story
Photographs by Ernest C. Withers

Opening Reception, January 12, 7-8:30 PM
All images © Ernest C. Withers, Courtesy: Decaneas Archive, Revere, MA 





ATELIER GALLERY
January 5 - March 1, 2012
American Faith
Photographs by Christopher Churchill
Opening Reception, January 12, 7-8:30 PM





GRIFFIN GALLERY
January 5 - March 1, 2012
Martin Luther King Boulevard
Photographs by Susan Berger

Opening Reception, January 12, 7-8:30 PM


 ATELIER GALLERY AT STONEHAM THEATRE
November 10 - January 15, 2012
The Fluid Figure
Photographs by Michael Seif

Opening Reception December 15, 2011 6- 7:30 PM
395 Main St, Stoneham, MA

 GRIFFIN MUSEUM AT THE ABERJONA RIVER GALLERY
December 1 - Feb. 26, 2012
Been through the Mill: Photography at the Old Schwamb Mill
Photographs by Ed Friedman
184 Swanton St, Winchester, MA

GRIFFIN MUSEUM BY DIGITAL SILVER IMAGING
December 8 - January 28, 2012
Rock and Roll
On January 26, at 7 PM the gallery in the South End will host a small panel of rock & roll experts discussing the people who made musical history and the photographers who documented the phenomenon.
4 Clarendon St, Boston---at A Street Frames.
 image: Mitch Weiss

 GRIFFIN MUSEUM AT THE CAMBRIDGE HOMES
January 17-March 11, 2012
Secrets in Plain Sight
Photographs by Rick Colson

Opening reception January 17, 6:30-8PM
380 Mt. Auburn St, Cambridge, MA

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A special thank you to A-Street Frames

The Griffin Museum of Photography wants to thank Mark LeSaffre and the crew at A Street Frames, 4 Clarendon St, Boston, for hosting the Museum's exhibitions in the South End space. We encourage visitors to check out what A Street has to offer and support this incredible place! Thanks again!

Don't miss our Rock and Roll exhibit at this location, opening this Thursday.
 
Rock & Roll
A Group Show
The Griffin Museum of Photography
By Digital Silver Imaging
4 Clarendon St, Boston's South End-A Street Frames
December 8 - January 28
Opening Reception, December 8, 6-8 PM

How do you define rock & roll when the performers and their fans are a changing mass of millions who span more than 50 years and live around the world? This exhibit attempts to answer that question with a display of 19 silver gelatin and color prints of musical legends and current artists. Newly discovered, printed and limited edition images from the Beatles first American tour by Mike Mitchell are featured alongside Blondie, Fergie and Lady Gaga. Other performers are portrayed on and off stage by veteran photographers with intimate access, including Herbie Greene, Ron Pownall, and Bob Gruen.  

On January 28, the gallery hosts a small panel of rock & roll experts discussing the people who made musical history and the photographers who documented the phenomenon.  

Friday, November 4, 2011

Past Events & Upcoming!

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Seif
The Fluid Figure
Photographs by Michael Seif
The Griffin Museum's Atelier Gallery
at the Stoneham Theatre
395 Main St., Stoneham, MA
November 10 - January 15
Reception December 15, 6-7:30 PM


The inspiration for Michael Seif's photographs of the human body began with his studies in vertebrate zoology at Cornell University. During a human anatomy lab with a cadaver, Seif says the instructor "explained that the body before us had been home to the person who lived there. Although the person was no longer there, we must respect that person and the body, and be thankful for that gift of knowledge that person was bestowing on us." He says those words have stayed with him for 40 years, and "today, as I photograph the human body, very much alive, I wonder at and am enthralled at the life within in." Seif photographs figures in nature and says his images are collaborations with his models. "I have been fortunate to work with a number of people who are comfortable in their own skins, who project that feeling of comfort, and who have made me feel privileged to photograph them in beautiful natural settings."

Horenstein
Talk & Book Signing
with Henry Horenstein

The Griffin Museum of Photography
November 10, 7-8:30 PM    

Join photographer and educator Henry Horenstein for a talk and book signing of his new book Digital Photography.

Henry Horenstein is a widely published and exhibited professional photographer and the author of more than two dozen books, including the classic texts Black & White Photography and Beyond Basic Photography, and monographs such as Honky Tonk, Animalia, Show, and Close Relations. Horenstein is a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he has taught for more than 20 years. He lives and works in Boston.

This first digital textbook by legendary photography teacher Henry Horenstein, Digital Photography, is the best guide yet for aspiring digital photographers, essential both for photographers transitioning from film to digital and those learning the art of photography for the first time.

Admission is FREE and open to all.

Holt
Senior Sunday
with Jane Paradise

The Griffin Museum of Photography 
November 13, 3-4:15 PM    

Jane Paradise discusses her photography project, When I Was Young I Was Considered Beautiful: Portrait of Norma Holt. She introduces us to Holt, a 90-year-old-plus prominent New York and Provincetown, MA, photographer who continues to actively pursue her art and enjoy all that life brings her. Through Holt, Paradise tells the universal story of aging and how one person creates a meaningful life despite deteriorating physically.

Admission is FREE and open to all.
RSVP by November 10 to the Griffin, 781-729-1158
This program is sponsored in part by Salter Health Care, New Horizons, an anonymous donor, and the Mass Cultural Council.

Coming Soon!  
18th Juried Exhibition
with Juror Paul Kopeikin

The Griffin Museum is pleased to announce that Paul Kopeikin has accepted our invitation to be the juror for our 18th Juried Exhibition.

Paul Kopeikin has owned and directed the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles since 1991. He has mounted over 150 exhibitions of classic, modern and contemporary photography and works on paper. This includes exhibitions by such luminaries as Diane Arbus, Garry Winnogrand, Helen Levitt , Lee Friedlander, Weegee, Marion Post Wolcott and Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Contemporary artists Chris Jordan, Amy Stein and Jill Greenberg all got their start at the Gallery. The gallery has participated in numerous art fairs and Mr. Kopeikin has juried numerous exhibitions. And yet he never tires of more.  

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AutumnActivities

Raphael
The Universe: Art and Reality 
by Mark Reid
Griffin Museum in Winchester
Wednesday, October 26, 7 PM
With Victor Raphael's images of "From Lead into Gold" as a backdrop, Mark J. Reid, senior radio astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, presents The Universe: Art and Reality. He'll discuss mapping the spiral structure of the Milky Way, black holes, and the formation of the solar system, using some of Raphael's pictures and real or simulated elements from space.  Victor Raphael will also be present for Mark Reid's talk.

Admission is FREE for Members of the Griffin Museum, $10 Nonmembers

BirdWatching
Bird Watching   
Photographs by Paula McCartney
The Griffin Museum's Theatre
at the Stoneham Theatre

395 Main St., Stoneham, MA 

Closing Reception November 3, 6-7:30 PM 
While walking in the woods, Paula McCartney would look at birds but they were always too far away, moving too quickly, or not in an appropriate composition to photograph. So, she says, "I decided to take control, buy my own (craft store) birds, and create idealized scenes that I had fantasized about, where songbirds perched patiently on trees as I moved through the woods and photographed them...This work explores how nature and fabricated elements can combine to create a scene that questions what is natural, and whether being so holds any intrinsic importance. I use photography to explore the idea of constructed landscapes." McCartney, of Minneapolis, MN, has a bachelor of fine arts degree in photography from Empire State College in New York and a master of fine arts degree in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. She has exhibited widely and her work can be found in many collections.  

All photographs courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York  

Horenstein
Talk & Book Signing
with Henry Horenstein

The Griffin Museum of Photography
November 10, 7-8:30 PM    

Join photographer and educator, Henry Horenstein for a talk and book signing of his new book Digital Photography.

Henry Horenstein is a widely published and exhibited professional photographer and the author of more than two dozen books, including the classic texts Black & White Photography and Beyond Basic Photography, and monographs such as Honky Tonk, Animalia, Show, and Close Relations. Horenstein is a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he has taught for more than twenty years. He lives and works in Boston.

This first digital textbook by legendary photography teacher Henry Horenstein, Digital Photography is the best guide yet for aspiring digital photographers, essential both for photographers transitioning from film to digital and those learning the art of photography for the first time.

Admission is FREE and open for all.

Holt
Senior Sunday
with Jane Paradise

The Griffin Museum of Photography 
November 13, 3-4:15 PM    

Jane Paradise will discuss her photography project When I Was Young I Was Considered Beautiful: Portrait of Norma Holt. She introduces us to Norma Holt, a ninety+ year-old prominent New York and Provincetown (MA) photographer who continues to actively pursue her art and enjoy all of what life brings her.  Through Norma, Paradise tells the universal story about aging and how one person creates a meaningful life despite a deteriorating physical state.

Admission is FREE and open to all.  
RSVP by November 10, 2011 to the Griffin. 781-729-1158
This program is sponsored in part by Salter HealthCare, New Horizons, an anonymous donor and the Mass Cultural Council.

Swimming and Diving
Swimming and Diving
Photographs by Arthur Griffin 
Lishui Photography Museum of China  
November 5-10     

We are proud to announce that Swimming and Diving, an exhibit of photographs from the Arthur Griffin archives that portrays that transitory moment a diver experiences between take off and landing, will be featured at the of Lishui Photography Museum of China for the International Photography Museum Alliance during the China International Photography Festival held from November 5 to 10, 2011 at Lishui city, Zhejiang province, China. http://www.griffinmuseum.org/exhibitions_china.htm
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Nevilles
Eidetic Image
Senior Sunday with
Elisabeth Neville & Joseph Neville
Griffin Museum in Winchester
Sunday, October 9, 3 PM
Designed to provide seniors with an opportunity to socialize and hear area photographers speak about their work. The program is FREE for seniors and their friends. ALL ARE WELCOME. The program begins at 3:00 pm with socializing and refreshments in the Griffin Museum's Main Gallery, followed by a brief & intimate lecture. The program ends at 4:15 PM.

Both Elisabeth Neville and her father, Joseph Neville, are fascinated with capturing the essence of a person through art; she in photographs and he in sketches. Join the Nevilles as they discuss their joint exhibit of their work, Eidetic Image on view at the Griffin's Aberjona Gallery.

The Rev. Dr. Joseph Neville dabbled in art as a child and later, while serving overseas in the Army, became interested in photography. While in the seminary, he served as youth minister at First Church UCC, in Winchester. Elisabeth, a native of Winchester, MA, now lives in Marblehead, MA. She teaches photography and design-based courses at NortheasternUniversity.
This program is sponsored in part by Salter HealthCare, New Horizons, an anonymous donor and the Mass Cultural Council.
Admission is FREE and open to all. RSVP by October 7 to the Griffin.

Also, please join us and the artists at the Griffin's Aberjona Gallery for the opening reception of  Eidetic Image on October 11 from 6 - 7:30 PM. 

Splashion
Splashion Gallery Talk with Howard Schatz
The Griffin Museum of Photography

by Digital Silver Imaging
4 Clarendon St., Boston's South End
Thursday, October 13, 7 PM
Howard Schatz presents a gallery talk with Splashion as a backdrop. Copies of H2O and Schatz's just published book,With Child, will be available for purchase at the gallery.    

The Griffin's satellite gallery is on the first floor of A Street Frames. It continues to be a collaboration between the GriffinMuseum and Digital Silver Imaging of Belmont. The gallery is being called the Griffin Museum by Digital Silver Imaging and replaces the satellite gallery in Belmont.  

Splashion celebrates the unexpected eruption of the mix of water and fashion in fashion editorials spanning 60 years. Internationally acclaimed veteran photographers featured in this group show include Martin Mankasci, F.C. Gundlach, and Martine Franck, on loan from the Howard Greenberg Gallery. Howard Schatz built an underwater studio to create his Underwater Studies Series featured in his book, H2O. Capturing completely submerged models, dancers, and performers his ethereally graceful and cheeky energized poses are described as "a visionary celebration of movement and form." His large format, flush mounted color images in this show are courtesy of the Staley Wise Gallery. Also exploring the wonders of water is New York-based fashion photographer Jodi Jones. A veteran runway shooter, her ad work graces Times Square billboards, and editorials in Vogue and Vanity Fair. Swedish photographer Mikael Jansson has shot ad campaigns for Dior and Calvin Klein. His fall/winter Ferragamo ad campaign is featured along with select Vogue editorials. Also included in the exhibit is the work of Bob Packert, Sadie Dayton, and Conor Doherty.
photo by Howard Schatz
© Howard Schatz and Beverly Ornstein 2011
Courtesy of Staley Wise Gallery

Rantoul
Educational Opportunity
with Neal Rantoul & Lia Rothstein

November 11 - 13   

Join renowned landscape photographer Neal Rantoul and PHOTOSTOP's director and photographer, Lia Rothstein, who will assist during the weekend, for a unique photographic weekend on beautiful Nantucket during Veteran's Day weekend. The island is enchanting in the fall; the leaves are off the trees, the island is quiet, and the slanting light is dramatic. 

The workshop will begin on Friday evening with a "meet and greet" that will give participants a chance to speak about their aspirations for the next couple of days. On Saturday and Sunday the workshop will include shooting at off-the-beaten-path locations around Nantucket, learning about Neal's use of Aperture for file and workflow management, one-on-one critiques and instruction by Neal and Lia, the expertise of a local photographer who will guide us to unique locations around the island, time for sharing images as a group, and a talk about Nantucket's unique architecture by a local expert.

The workshop will conclude after lunch on Sunday to give participants free time to enjoy the island or to head back home. This workshop is geared for those who are familiar with their cameras and know how to use many of their camera's controls.

$650 tuition. Limited to 10 participants.

For more information on the class, lodging (special rate arrangements), ferries, etc. contact Lia Rothstein at photostopvt@gmail.com or 802-698-0320
 
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Focus Award
 The Griffin Museum of Photography has announced the recipients of its 6th Annual Focus Awards, which will be handed out at the Exchange Conference Center on Boston's waterfront Oct. 1
The museum created the awards in 2006 to recognize individuals who have made critical contributions to the promotion of photography, resulting in a greater awareness of the photographic arts among the general public.
The awards are given in three categories: Lifetime Achievement, Rising Star, and New England Beacon.
The awardees are Dr. Alison Nordstrom, Eileen Gittins, and Susan Mosser.
"Each year the Focus Award selection process is a humbling experience and an exciting challenge. As always, we're very fortunate to be in such wonderful company," said Paula Tognarelli, executive director of the Griffin Museum. "Moving this event to Boston is a significant milestone for the museum, and coupled with the new satellite gallery at A Street Frames in the South End it provides new opportunities and further expands our reach.'"

Nordstrom
Lifetime Achievement
Dr. Alison Nordstrom
Curator of Photographs and Director of Exhibitions
George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film
Award Presenter - Bill Hunt

The award is given to an individual whose ongoing commitment to photography has a far-reaching impact.

Alison Nordström was born in Boston, educated in public schools and at Boston University. She traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia in her 20s and early 30s, including an overland journey from Turkey to India, a five-year stay in Japan, and a long walk through Indonesia.

Since 1979, she has worked in museums of art, history, ethnography, and photography, focusing simultaneously on contemporary photographic art and 19th-century vernacular photographs.  

On return to the U.S., Nordström found her interests were in cross-cultural understanding (and its lack) piqued by early photographs and films made or used with ethnographic intent. This led to jobs in the cultural sector: first as director of the Robert Flaherty Centennial Film Festival in Brattleboro, Vermont, and later as a research associate in the 19th-century photograph collection at Harvard's Peabody Museum.  

In 1984, Nordström became director of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center; in 1991 she was appointed founding director and senior curator of the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida; and in 2002 and 2003 she was director of the New Hampshire Humanities Council.

In 2004, Nordström became curator of photographs at George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, NY., a position that was expanded in 2008 to include director of exhibitions.

Gittins
Rising Star
Eileen Gittins
Founder, President, and CEO of Blurb
The award is given to an emerging force the photographic community is watching with great enthusiasm.
Award Presenter - Joyce Tenneson

Eileen Gittins is founder, president, and CEO of Blurb, the creative publishing and marketing platform that enables anyone to design, publish, market, and sell bookstore-quality books. She has been at the intersection of Internet, consumer, and enterprise software, imaging systems, search, and digital photography throughout her career.

Blurb was born because Gittins wanted to create a beautifully-designed and produced photo essay book - which looked like a book you'd buy at a bookstore - but she only needed 40 copies. It turned out to be a remarkably painful, expensive, and time-consuming experience. She thought that was unfortunate, so she founded Blurb.
  
Since its 2006 launch at the DEMO emerging technology conference, Gittins has led Blurb from a startup to a high-growth company, reaching profitability with revenues of more than $45 million in 2009.

In 2010, Blurb was ranked as the fastest-growing media company on the Inc. 500 list. With more than one million books produced, well over one million registered users, and a global footprint that extends to 72 countries, Blurb continues to experience high growth in challenging economic times.

Gittins says she's had the most fun at Blurb, which is saying a fair amount as she's lived and worked all over the world with Kodak; as vice president at Wall Data; as CEO of Personify and Verb; outside board director at Qbiquity and Popular Demand; and even a stint at a boutique investment bank.

In her spare time, Gittins still photographs, is a voracious reader, avid traveler (both physically and virtual), and former competitive swimmer who occasionally dips back into the pool.

Mosser
New England Beacon
Susan Mosser
Special Service Vice President of the
New England Camera Club Council
Award Presenter - Barbara Rozavsky

The award is given to an individual whose work brings prominence to the local photographic scene.

Susan Mosser has organized photographic programming for single events, all-day seminars, and larger, multiple-day conferences throughout New England and the U.S. for more than 30 years.  

Her willingness to volunteer on behalf of the photographic community and a can-do attitude have earned her recognition from several organizations. Mosser has served as program chairman for the Photographic Society of America (PSA), the New England Camera Club Council, Yankee Photographic Society, and the Greater Lynn Photographic Association. She also has served as president of all those organizations, except the PSA.  

She has organized and led photo safaris to Africa and across North America, and her eye for an image has earned her four stars as an exhibitor in PSA color and nature slide exhibitions.

In 1978, Mosser began doing organizational work for the Greater Lynn Photographic Association, an organization the North Shore of Massachusetts. The association awarded her its highest Honor of Service Award and an Honorary Life Vice Presidency for her numerous contributions, most notably for chairing the Greater Lynn International-America's largest, single division PSA-approved color slide exhibition-for more than 32 years. The exhibition is an annual event, which receives entries from more than 1,300 photographers from around the world and is affiliated with national and international organizations such as the PSA, The Canadian Association for Photographic Art (CAPA), IIWF of Germany, and the Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique (FIAP).  

In 1993, the PSA awarded Mosser an "FPSA," a fellowship in the society for holding a variety of responsibilities, most notably serving as program chairman for multiple international conferences.  

The New England Camera Club Council also awarded her an honorary membership for chairing several committees, serving as council president, and chairing or co-chairing its annual, three-day photographic conference at the University of Massachusetts on eight occasions.

Feinstein
Living Legend Harold Feinstein to be honored at Griffin Museum of Photography Focus Awards

We're thrilled to let you know that at its forthcoming Focus Awards (Saturday, Oct. 1), the Griffin Museum will give a special tribute to legendary photographer Harold Feinstein, honoring his 60-year career. It will be presented by Jim Fitts, teacher, lecturer, curator, noted photographer and mixed media artist.

Feinstein's website and biography can be found at: haroldfeinstein.com.


For more Focus Awards details, including the 2011 recipients and presenters, please visit Griffin Museum. 

Cityscape
Award Presentation
Saturday, October 1, 7:00 PM
Exchange Conference Center, Boston, MA
Master of Ceremonies - photographer Lou Jones.

The awards presentation is followed by wine and hors d'oeuvres from Best of Boston caterer East Meets West. Guests can also mingle with award-winning editors, curators, and gallerists and enjoy live music by SIX.

For more information and tickets, call 781-729-1158 or email info@griffinmuseum.org. Tickets are $85 per person and may be purchased online.  

The Phoenix Media/Communications Group and The Boston Globe are the media sponsors of the Griffin Museum Focus Awards.

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

July update!

New gallery space in the South End! The Griffin Museum of Photography by Digital Silver Imaging presents: Sox Shots! New location at 4 Clarendon St, Boston...beneath A Street Frames
photo:Gallery talk with Steve Wilstein Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Piece from the Leslie Jones collection, thanks to the Boston Public Library

Baseball photos by Arthur Griffin and Leslie Jones in our new space at 4 Clarendon St!

image by Steve Wilstein. thanks to Mark Feeney at the Boston Globe for highlighting the show: http://articles.boston.com/2011-07-24/ae/29810540_1_baseball-cards-images-photographs

Image from Week One of Summer Camp! Collage/Assemblage. Catie Nasser leads these classes with such a big imagination and spirit!

Work by Miss Sarah Pitan

Admiring Robert Lerch's images at the Cambridge Homes opening on July 12th.
UPCOMING EVENTS!

STREET STAGE: Opening reception and book-signing TONIGHT! July 28th at Stoneham Theatre. Join us with Robert Hunt and Sharon Devereux at 6pm http://www.griffinmuseum.org/exhibitions_atelierStoneham.htm

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW TO THE FOCUS AWARDS! The 6th Annual Focus Awards are slotted for October 1st at the Exchange Conference Center in Boston. http://www.griffinmuseum.org/focus_awards.htm

Friday, July 8, 2011

17th Juried Exhibition Installation Shots















The 17th Juried Exhibition consists of work from photographers: Rania Matar, Tara Sellios, Harold Ross, Emily Hanako Momohara, Peggy Shaw, Howard Zoubek, Ellen Jantzen, Laura Wulf, Toni Pepe, Paul Giguere, Bremner Benedict, Nancy Newberry, Susan Barnett, Karin Hillmer, David Lambert, and Kate Kelley. 

A BIG thank you to Debra Klomp Ching of KlompChing Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, for jurying and sequencing the exhibition this year. & to Frank Tadley---our master installer for taking on those panoramas, lighting and many other things... and our fabulous interns, Dallas James White, Julie Collins, Becca Newhouse, Joe Clover, Nina Mitikuwitz, Irene Milidakis, and Helen Morley. (deep from the hearts of Frances & Paula) We couldn't do it without you all! 

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Sarah Malakoff's Living Arrangements in the Atelier Gallery and the Joan Johnson Scholarship Exhibition, Collected Visions in the Griffin Gallery. 








Thanks to Sarah Malakoff for her imagery in the Atelier Gallery and Molly Lamb and Andrea Rosenthal for jurying the student exhibition!



photos by Frances Jakubek