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Friday, March 17, 2017
CALL FOR ENTRIES - On The Street Photography Competition
DEADLINE: APRIL 1, 2017
Gain Worldwide Exposure.
Enter Fabrik Magazine’s Street Photography Competition, ON THE STREET and exhibit at PHOTO INDEPENDENT 2017
(30) photographers will be exhibited at Fabrik Magazine’s gallery booth
at Photo Independent LA 2017, where thousands of fairgoers and
collectors can buy your photography, and where international press and
curators can see your work.
Have your photography published on a full page of your own in our
exhibition catalog. Be considered for a solo show by leading photography
curators, then, have your work move into the Fathom Gallery in the Los
Angeles’ Downtown Arts District (DTLA) for a prestigious exhibition
devoted exclusively to the winners of Fabrik’s inaugural street
photography competition, ON THE STREET.
First, second and third place winners will have their work featured in Fabrik Magazine.
Paul Bridgewater (New York)
Founded the Hard Art Gallery in Washington, D.C. in 1973 and has curated
over 450 exhibitions including: Spark of Genius for General Electric
Research, Temples of the Yoruba, photographs by Phyllis Galembo, The
Schoenburg Center, Rockefeller Foundation, NYC and Paint By Number at
The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Bridgewater opened
Bridgewater/Lustberg Gallery, Soho, NY, in 1987 privately dealing art
until the opening of Smart Clothes Gallery, Lower East Side, N.Y. last
year. In October 2017, an oil painting by Bridgewater will be featured
in a Museum of Modern Art exhibition in NY.
Khodr Cherri (Los Angeles) is
the master printer and the Creative Director of A&I Fine Art &
Photography. He works with artists to create unique, museum
quality Chromogenic and Archival Pigment prints. A graduate of the
American University in Beirut, Cherri began his photography career as a
film technician and an Art Center student in Los Angeles. As production
manager at Nardulli lab, he collaborated with Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton,
Matthew Rolston and Norman Jean Roy. Cherri has worked with photo
editors at Time, Vogue and National Geographic Magazines.
Francis Coiro (Los Angeles) directs the Iconix Art
Group, an art publishing and creative services company which he also
founded in 2014. Iconix operates a boutique art complex in downtown Los
Angeles that includes the Fathom Gallery, which represents nearly three
dozen contemporary photographers and painters. As part of
Iconix, Coiro started two classical imprints, Sugar Press, an art
printing partnership specializing in emerging artists, and Lumen Press,
a new art venture, publishing limited edition photography monographs.
Coiro will oversee the printing of the winners of the competition.
Bert Green (Chicago)
is the owner of Bert Green Fine Art, a contemporary art gallery
exhibiting prominent, emerging and mid-career artists. Based in
California for 21 years before moving to Chicago in 2012, Bert Green
Fine Art was instrumental in creating the emergence of the downtown Los
Angeles gallery district. Green curated the first LGBTQ-themed, City of
West Hollywood’s yearly, Out There, exhibition at The Los Angeles Art
Association’s G825. His Chicago gallery continues to work closely with
artists in Los Angeles to augment his roster of international painters
Sarah Lee (Los
Angeles) Longtime gallerist, art and photography curator, critic and
art consultant, Sarah Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea. Most recently,
she was owner and director of Sarah Lee Artworks and Projects a
photography gallery at Bergamot Station. In addition to being an
advisory member of the Queensland Centre for Photography in Australia,
Sarah Lee has served as trustee, Executive Director and guest curator at
the Korean American Museum in Los Angeles. She has been on the
Japan-American National Museum’s advisory council since 1995.
Phil Tarley (Los
Angeles) is a fellow of The American Film Institute, a member of the
photographic Arts Council and an artist member of The Los Angeles Art
Association. Tarley, a critic, a curator and a collector, writes about
photography for Fabrik Magazine. His series of political and
ethnographic videos is housed in the permanent collection of the New
York Public Library and has screened in film festivals and museums like
the American Film Institute and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Tarley’s writing and photography have also appeared in the LA Times, the
LA Weekly, the Advocate, Adult Video News and American Photo Magazines.