Thursday, November 27, 2014
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
This year’s event takes place once again during Art Basel in the Wynwood Art District, from December 4th-7th. The festival is open from 10am-11pm, Thurs.-Sat., and until 5pm on Sunday, with a variety of activities including two exhibits, lectures, workshops, student presentations, photowalks, portfolio reviews, and an interactive station. Leica Store Miami and ImagePro will be on hand to test cameras, equipment and a host of photo paper with on-the-spot printing, and Leica Akademie will be lending out their venerable cameras to test during the two hour photo walks.
Since its inception two years ago, the Miami Street Photography Festival has become an international event. Entering its third edition, the festival extends its reach with media coverage from the Huffington Post, BBC, and Harper’s Bazaar, in addition to numerous other publications and online sites. The 2014 photo competition includes submissions from fifty countries worldwide, and the organizers expect to enjoy continued attendance from photo-buffs and culture fans throughout the globe.
Finalists in this year’s competition are eligible to win a Leica x2 and will be published in ISP Magazine, among other benefits. The Grand Prize will be selected by this year’s presenters and world renowned photographers, Magnum’s Constantine Manos, Alex Webb, and Susan Mesielas, along with NatGeo’s Maggie Steber and poet/photographer Rebecca Norris Webb.
Most events are free and open to the public.
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In celebration of the coming holiday season, our friends at Think Tank Photo have announced a couple of fun special offers. [Don’t forget, Think Tank offers free FedEx Ground shipping on all orders.]
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Gallery Opening & Booksigning:
Amelia Davis, owner and manager of Jim Marshall Photography, LLC and long-time assistant to the late photographer, will be signing copies of the new Jim Marshall book "The Haight: Love, Music, and Revolution" and share the stories behind many of his iconic works.
From the 1950's North Beach Jazz scene in San Francisco through the turmoil of the 60's and the Rock & Roll explosion in America, Jim Marshall was an integral part of the scene. Marshall was the only photographer at Johnny Cash's Folsom and San Quentin groundbreaking live concerts and The Beatles last live concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.
Marshall documented music icons such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Rolling Stones, The Who, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry and the music culture that Jazz and Rock and Roll shaped. In 2014 Marshall became the first and only photographer to be honored by the Grammys with a Trustees Award for his lifework.
In Jim's own words, " ...We were documenting History and didn't know it."
Come see moments in History through Jim Marshall's lens.
About the Book:
The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution (Insight Editions / $50.00) is a stunning collection of photographs of San Francisco in the 1960s that captures the essence of the era through Jim Marshall’s lens. Written by best-selling author, and longtime San Francisco Chronicle music journalist, Joel Selvin, The Haight shows the rise of the counterculture movement leading into the ‘Summer of Love’ like it’s never been seen before: live concerts, powerful candid’s, intimate portraits, street scenes, crash pads, and more.
The Haight features hundreds of previously unseen photographs of artists ranging from the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, to Bill Graham, Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg and other icons of the 1960’s counterculture movement.
The Haight tells the complete and comprehensive story of the era through an intimate and revealing narrative, lending each and every image a fascinating context and perspective.
Complete with a foreword by Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane, a preface by Donovan, and an afterword by former LOOKmagazine editor John Poppy, The Haight is a bold and beautiful collection capturing the full scope and nuance of Marshall’s San Francisco photography and offers fresh insight into the Summer of Love, Haight-Ashbury, and beyond.
About Jim Marshall
The counterculture movement of the 1960s is one of the most continually fascinating and endlessly examined milestones of the twentieth century. Widely regarded as the cradle of this social revolution, the Haight grew from a small neighborhood in San Francisco to a worldwide phenomenon—a concept that extends far beyond the boundaries of the intersection itself. Nearly fifty years later, the footprint of that era still reverberates today in music, fashion, politics, literature, design and more.
Legendary photographer Jim Marshall visually chronicled the movement as perhaps no one else did. Armed with his trusted Leica M4 camera, and unlimited access, Jim Marshall ‘s intimate and distinct style has made him one of the most celebrated photographers in the world, earning him the Grammy Trustees Award for his lifework.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Tonight is the opening of Urban Arts Curated by Carl Juste in association with
Barbara Gillman and Bernice Steinbaum Gallery
7p.m on November 20th at KROMA, 3670 Grand Avenue, Miami,
FL 33133. On view November 20, 2014 through January 15, 2015
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Coinciding with Art Basel Miami, Urban Arts will make its gallery debut at
KROMA art space in Coconut Grove, Miami, FL
with an exhibition that examines the tussle and lure of the urban landscape.
Urban Arts represents a synthesis of cultures, clashing and melding to form a
new aesthetic defined by circumstance and molded by necessity. The concentration
of artistic expressions in contemporary metropolitan areas is not the result of
chance, but rather the product of compelled circumstance.
The exhibition highlights this aesthetic, featuring the innovative process of
indigenous art forms transformed into narratives that define collective
experiences of contemporary artists of color.
|iWitness - Paul Bronstein|
Big Picture - John Vanbeekum
iWitness - Linsey Addario
|Havana and Haiti - CW Griffin|
|Big Picture - Al Diaz|