Where to Go and What to See

Camille Seaman, who was one of our 2007 Emerging Photographers, has a show at Candace Dwan in NYC for her Where There Should Be Ice series, a few images of which appeared in the magazine.

The headlining act at this week's photo shows is undoubtedly the New York Photo Festival going on in Brooklyn from May 14 to 18. NYPH is the offspring of powerHouse Books and VII Photo Agency, and consists of all the usual festival fare: special exhibitions, portfolio reviews, an awards ceremony, and, of course, lots of after-parties. What sets it apart may be its location in the up-and-coming, big spaces still available DUMBO area of Brooklyn...and which should nicely compliment the hip, underground flavor powerHouse is known for. Check out the full schedule here.

I'd also like to give a shout out to a couple of worthy photographers who have graced American Photo's pages in the last year. Timothy Fadek was one of our Heroes of Photography for his dogged work in Juarez Mexico so we're happy to see his City of Missing Women is on display at The Half King in NYC. Stop by tonight to hear from the photographer in person.

Camille Seaman, who was one of our 2007 Emerging Photographers, has a show at Candace Dwan in NYC for her Where There Should Be Ice series, a few images of which appeared in the magazine.

~Miki Johnson

(Photo: © Camille Seaman)

Follow the link below for details on these and many more photo events around the country.

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