Monthly Archives: October 2010

Takin’ it to the streets

Last Friday night I heard Jeff Rosenheim, Curator in the Department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, speak as part of the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Knowledge Series.  After weeks of running from one ACP event to another, I … Continue reading

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Our in-house photo historian. . .

For those of you who don’t know Ryan Nabulsi, he is many things.  He is the assistant gallery director and all-around super star.  He is a terrific photographer and Polariod enthusiast.  He is a former Mellow Mushroom employee, and a … Continue reading

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Who loves NY?

um, everyone? Our New York in the 1940s show opens this Saturday night, 7-10pm.  We are showing vintage photographs from the Howard Greenberg Gallery in NYC.  Howard Greenberg is one of the world’s preeminent photography dealers and is an authority … Continue reading

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Fantastic Plastic

A year ago I had grandiose ideas about the lush, edgy, vibrant images I could make if only I had a plastic camera.  So I took the $25 plunge and bought a Holga.  Many more dollars in film later, I … Continue reading

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Crotchet Me a River

Saturday night was Dorothy O’Connor’s third annual Tableau Vivant party for Atlanta Celebrates Photography.  In case you aren’t up on your fancy French. . . Dorothy builds the most intricate and awe-inspiring scenes.  She starts with an empty garage and … Continue reading

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Listen to the Doctors

If you missed the closing reception and artist talk for the Doctor Photography exhibit last night, you can check out the video on our website:

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We heart Luceo. We heart them a lot.

I thought I had the best job ever.  I get to work with great people, see amazing art, talk about amazing art.  And then I met Kendrick Brinson and David Walter Banks, and I realized being a Luceo photographer is … Continue reading

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