portal on Flickr.
"Atomic Overlook" featured in exibart86
video stills of experiment with http://devonpatrice.tumblr.com
reflected on Flickr.
My work is showing in San Francisco!
On Thursday March 6 the first of two Critical Mass 2013 group exhibitions slated for this year opened in San Francisco’s Corden|Potts Gallery. I wasn’t able to make it, but my friend Clay Lipsky (an excellent photographer, also featured in the show) had his iphone in hand and produced these panoramas that give a sense of the event and the installation.
Critical Mass is a photo review organized by Portland OR-based Photolucida that I think does photographers like me a great service. Photographers submit photos from a single body of work to be reviewed by a huge panel of over 200 photography curators, editors, gallery owners, critics, journalists, non-profit directors, and educators.
The chance to show that many art and documentary photography leaders your work is incredible! But on top of that, those jurors then vote on their favorites: and the top 50 projects are deemed the “Critical Mass Top 50” for that year and end up in a traveling group show of the work. Not bad!
This year that group show was curated by Jessica Johnston, Assistant Curator at the George Eastman House. After the stint at Corden|Potts in San Francisco (until March 29,) the show will travel to the Houston Center for Photography, where it will hang May 9-July 6.
I went into the fray, not away.
Atomic @ Wall Space Gallery on Flickr.
Clay Lipsky - Atomic Overlook
Atomic Overlook No. 1
We are so excited to feature Atomic Overlookby Los Angeles-based photographer…
Atomic Overlook @ Wall Space Gallery on Flickr.
New featured submission - Gallery Carte Blanche call for Art.Inconcrete by Clay LipskyThe series “Inconcrete” explores the industrial bones of an urban metropolis. It showcases the raw, impersonal architecture that defines the city…winding concrete freeways, steel girders of the electrical grid and glass faced buildings that scrape at the sky. It is this infrastructure that keeps life moving for millions of people daily, but is often overlooked. “Inconcrete” celebrates this epic framework and the edifices that stand strong and silent for generations of urban dwellers.All images were shot on black & white instant film shot with a vintage Polaroid SX-70 folding camera.Clay LipskyClay Lipsky is a fine art photographer and Emmy Award winning graphic designer based in Los Angeles, CA. His artwork has been published and exhibited internationally, most notably with Esquire Russia, Pink Art Fair Seoul, Wired Italia, Ballarat Foto Bienalle, Lishui China Photo Festival, PhotoLA and the Annenberg Space for Photography. He is self taught and strives to create classic images that can stand the test of time.