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The 14th Annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, a juried portfolio review conference for photographers, is taking place from 27-28 June 2014. Every year, 100 photographers travel from all over the world for this internationally-renowned event where photographers meet with top publishers, editors, curators, gallerists and others. Many now well-recognised photographers launched their careers at Review Santa Fe. Participants will arrive from 26 U.S. states and 13 countries, including Israel, Belgium, Ireland, Japan, Finland, Columbia, China, Germany, UK and Italy.Additionally, over 40 leading photo professionals will serve as reviewers at the event to seek out new talent. There are several events free and open to the public surrounding Review Santa Fe including a portfolio review, artist presentations and exhibitions. Click through / scroll down for the details.
CENTER Press Release
REVIEW SANTA FE: INTERNATIONAL PHOTO EXHIBITS, ARTIST’S PRESENTATIONS & MORE
CENTER is pleased to announce the 14th Annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, a juried portfolio review conference in support of gifted and committed photographers. Every year, 100 photographers travel from all over the world for this internationally-renowned event where photographers meet with top publishers, editors, curators, gallerists and others. Participants will arrive from 26 U.S. states and 13 countries, including Israel, Belgium, Ireland, Japan, Finland, Columbia, China, Germany, UK and Italy. Additionally, over 40 leading photo professionals will serve as reviewers at the event to seek out new talent, including representatives from TIME Magazine, National Geographic, The New York Times, The Library of Congress, J. Paul Getty Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and others. Many now well-recognized photographers launched their careers at Review Santa Fe. Review Santa Fe offers several events free and open to the public.
PORTFOLIO VIEWING – one night only
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 6–8pm, Farmers Market Pavilion free and open to the public All 100 photographers open their portfolios to the public in a unique expo/exhibition-style format for a lively evening of face-to-face interactions with the artists. The Portfolio Viewing provides collectors and photo lovers with a rare opportunity to connect with some of the best photographers from around the globe covering today’s important social, environmental, political and aesthetic issues.
JUNE 27-28, 11:00am-4:00pm, location TBA free and open to the public
The Review Santa Fe photographers will give a presentation of their work for a deeper engagement with the highlighted projects.
PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS free and open to the public
// CENTER partners with the Santa Fe University of Art & Design to host an alumni exhibition Southwest Sojourns: Road to Nowhere held at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts, May 30-Aug 1, 2014, Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm.
// The CURVE: CENTER Award Winners will host a showcase of international award winners to be held at the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) from June 14 – August 10, 2014. Opening reception June 14, 11am-7pm at the CCA.
PARTY IN BLACK & WHITE Tickets are available for $45. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 6:30-9:00pm
Celebrate the photographic vanguard and CENTER’S 20th Anniversary, CCA 35th Anniversary at this special event. This evening offers a chance to own an award-winning photographic print, while contributing to two non-profit arts organizations. There will also be a presentation with award winning photographer, Julie Blackmon. It is encouraged to wear black and white to honor the occasion.
CENTER is a Santa Fe-based 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded in 1994 that honors, supports and provides opportunities for gifted, committed photographers. VisitCenter.org.
Review Santa Fe is supported, in part, by the Santa Fe Arts Commission and New Mexico Arts. a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts: