Curator for the November exhibit at LA Photo Curator – “Memories”
I feel very honored to curate the November exhibit for LA Photo Curator. Really looking forward to have a look at the entries and to dialog on a few winning images. A winner, second place and a few honorable mentions are in the plans.
Check out the prospectus below and pass it on… Thx.
CLICK here for more details. Submit your entries by Oct 27.
Everyone has them and they influence who we are at the most fundamental level. How the human brain sifts through our collective life experiences to cull over only selective moments to retain remains a mystery, however insight into the formation and retention of our earliest memories suggests that peoples’s memories often begin with significant personal events infused by their nature with emotion. This month’s juried exhibition encourages the photographer to explore the notion of how memories are retained and played back in the psyche of the person who holds them, and to represent the artistic interpretation visually. For the purpose of this theme, please try to focus on early memories in your life, however, feel free to adjust or create as you see fit. There are no specific rules except that they are your photographs and most importantly they are your imagination. Supplementing your visuals with an artists statement is encouraged.
L.A. Photo Curator is proud to have Richard S. Chow as this month’s curator for the theme of “Memories.” Chow is a fine art and documentary photographer that has exhibited in galleries and online across the United States and internationally. Chow’s solo show in downtown L.A. earlier in 2015, “Memories Redux”, brought lots of high praise. Chow has also placed twice in the prestigious Lucie Foundation International Photography Awards.
For more info about Chow please go to:
A percentage of artist fees will go to Chow’s charity http://www.createnow.org
Submit work: September 29- October 27, 2015 (Midnight PST)
Show closes and is archived on website: November 30, 2015