We are delighted to announce that Geoffrey Koslov has joined the Advisory Council of Photolucida, an arts nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon with a mission to provide platforms that expand, inspire, educate and connect the regional, national and international photography community. Geoffrey has participated as a portfolio reviewer in Portland on several occasions and is honored to have been asked to join the council, along with Paul Kopeikin, Alyssa Coppelman, Peppa Martin, Mary Virginia Swanson, Alison Nordstrom, Shawn Records and Anna Sortun. Learn more.
Congrats to Foto Relevance artist Jane Szabo on her upcoming exhibit opening February 10th and running through April 15th, 2018, titled Family Matters. Family Matters will be one of six solo exhibitions at the MOAH / Museum of Art & History in Lancaster, CA, as part of It Takes a Village.
Geoffrey Koslov penned a column for inclusion in the Rule Breakers series on the site Don’t Take Pictures. “I never want to see another picture of _________.” Industry veterans share their pet peeves on themes in contemporary photography. In this series they present their “rule” along with five photographs that break the rule in an effort to show that great work is the exception to the rule. Geoffrey selected the landscapes of Wendi Schneider.
Foto Relevance proudly announces the placement of work by Judy Haberl with a private collector. We first met Judy while she was exhibiting at the Houston Center for Photography, and then later at FotoFest in Houston, Texas. The recent work placed is from her Photo Luminescent project series “Antidote.”