Monthly Archives: December 2013


To submit your work to be considered for the gallery please include the following: A CD with 20 jpegs of a cohesive body of work, an artist’s statement, a description of the process/print type, price points, size of work, edition sizes, and an exhibition resume. Submissions will be reviewed on an on-going basis and kept in our resource files. If your work is selected for a show we will contact you. Due to the large amount of submissions we regret that we cannot offer

The Hand Magazine # 4 Deadline Feb 28, 2014

          With no connection to The Handmade Photograph except with a similar desire to promote artwork made ‘by hand,’ The Hand Magazine is a publication dedicated to the celebration and promotion of hand- applied photographic and printmaking processes in reproduction-based art. Any artwork that incorporates one or more photographic or printmaking techniques is accepted- including digital. The Hand prides itself on giving young and emerging artists an opportunity to publish work alongside more established and well-know artists.

Tulmoon – SHELTERS – Deadline Feb 1,2014

A new venture, Tulmoon’s publication will focus on ‘outdoor-based’ photography, design, paint, print, short story, poetry, non-fiction and all that can be condensed into the pages of a book. Here is information about this project: SHELTERS: Whether it’s homemade, nature-made, diagrams, ideas and plans for a potential, photographs/paintings of your own, in the woods, in the city, underground, above ground, for humans, for beavers, about, concerning around, apparently about, blatantly about, or simply three sticks leaning against a down tree


LEICA GALLERY PRESENTS HARVEY STEIN, CONEY ISLAND/HARLEM: A PORTRAIT OF TWO COMMUNITIES OPENING RECEPTION WITH THE ARTIST THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 2014, 6 – 8PM EXHIBITION ON VIEW JANUARY 10 – FEBRUARY 22, 2014 The Leica Gallery in New York is ringing in the New Year with an exhibition of the work of renowned New York Street photographer Harvey Stein which brings together his series of two famous New York communities: Coney Island and Harlem. The exhibition coincides with the recent publication of Stein’s

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