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Project Basho, a photography resource center in Philadelphia, provides photography classes, workshops, and tutorials, as well as a rental darkroom, digital lab, studio space, and gallery. It is a small yet dedicated organization of photographers, run by photographers, for photographers.
iPhoto Central provides thousands of web pages for the photography collector, curator and historian. This site includes articles on collecting issues (such as connoisseurship and print values; insurance and risk management; appraisals; buying and selling images; developing a photography collecting library; framing/matting and preserving your collection; conservation, etc.). The site includes a for-sale fine art photography gallery database, archives of over 200 issues of the popular E-Photo Newsletter, and a major International Photography Calendar of Events section. An additional Special Exhibits section focuses on specific topics, photography processes (such as autochromes, daguerreotypes, stereo views and oratones), contemporary photography, and individual photographers.
With 24/7 worldwide bidding, artnet Auctions is the world’s first online auction platform to buy and sell Modern and Contemporary photographs, paintings, prints, sculptures, and more. The artnet Price Database is the most comprehensive archive of auction results worldwide, and artnet Galleries is the leading network of premier international art galleries.
The Honickman Foundation is a Philadelphia-based organization dedicated to the support of projects that promote the arts, health, education, and social change. Notably, the foundation aided the Philadelphia Museum of Art in its acquisition of the Paul Strand archive. The archive, which includes over 4,000 of Strand’s prints and is a cornerstone of the museum’s collection, will be showcased in an exhibition of about 250 prints in October 2014.
Founded in 1981, Women In Photography International is a 501.c.3 outreach organization that promotes the visibility of women photographers and their work through exhibitions, juried competitions, workshops, conferences, educational and lecture programs, awards, and scholarships.
The Centre for Creative Photography, a photography school in Adelaide, was founded in May 1997 as a professional teaching space and Photographic Resource Centre. It has grown to become the largest provider of private photographic education in South Australia. The Light Gallery at the Centre is dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography and is an important resource for its students.
photography-now.com offers filtered, up-to-date information on photography, video art and digital media. This comprehensive directory lists international exhibitions, galleries, museums and events to serve both the needs of specialists and photography fans.
ARTmine is owned and managed by Agora Gallery, a fine art gallery established in 1984 and located in the heart of New York’s Chelsea art district. The ARTmine website is one of the most comprehensive contemporary fine art resources available worldwide. The website provides collectors, consultants, architects and interior designers with the opportunity to view, obtain or lease unique works of art by local, national and international fine artists.
En Foco is a non-profit organization that nurtures and supports contemporary fine art and documentary photographers of diverse cultures, primarily U.S. residents of Latino, African and Asian heritage, and Native Peoples of the Americas and the Pacific. Now in its 40th year, it remains a leader in documenting the artistic journeys created by artists often overlooked by the mainstream art world. Through their various visual arts programs, artists are free to explore or reinvent cultural traditions, challenge preconceived notions, and engage audiences in a manner that honors all.
Contemporary Works: Contemporary Works is a by-appointment contemporary dealer, which specializes in contemporary art photography, including mixed-media pieces, large-scale color photographs, black and white contemporary photography, and contemporary daguerreotypes and other alternative processes. Represented artists include: Stanko Abadžic, Tom Baril, Vladimir Birgus, Lisa Holden, Ted Jones, Claudia Kunin, Joel D. Levinson, Michael Philip Manheim, Marcia Schulman Martin, Russ Martin, Christophe (Krzysztof) Pruszkowski, Charlie Schreiner, Jerry Spagnoli, and Arthur Tress. An extensive list of books on contemporary photography and photographers is also offered for sale on the site.
Formerly Photography Competitions Network, Photo Contest Insider‘s team manually reviews photo contests to ensure that only the very best make it on to the website. They keep an up to date, comprehensive list of contests that are live and open to entries, and you can use their filter to find just what you are looking for. They publish contests in an easily digestible format, allowing you to make a quick, easy, and informed decision about entering.
PhotoCompete provides listings of open photo contests and competitions around the globe.
The Society for Photographic Education (SPE) is a nonprofit membership organization that provides and fosters an understanding of photography as a means of diverse creative expression, cultural insight, and experimental practice. Through its interdisciplinary programs, services, and publications, the society seeks to promote a broader understanding of the medium in all its forms through teaching and learning, scholarship, and criticism.
In 1979 a group of citizens established an organization which was committed to promoting and advocating for the arts in Pennsylvania. That organization became Citizens for the Arts in Pennsylvania, the only statewide multidisciplinary arts organization committed to advancing the arts in Pennsylvania through advocacy, programs, and services. Citizens communicates the value and impact of the arts to decision makers in media, government, corporate, and philanthropic sectors and takes a stand on legislation and public policy that affect the arts.
The Texas Photographic Society, founded in 1984, is a nonprofit organization of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to supporting contemporary photography as a means for creative expression and cultural insight. TPS focuses on furthering the educational and artistic development of its members while involving the community at large by sponsoring exhibitions, publications, workshops and outreach programs.
BLIND SPOT is a semi-annual art journal that publishes unseen work by living photographers. In Blind Spot, images are given primacy and published collaboratively rather than curatorially, unaccompanied by introductory, biographical or explanatory text. Blind Spot is not about photography, their content is photography. Blind Spot bridges the gap between emerging and established artists and creates a new context where each can benefit from the company of the other. Blind Spot also makes prints, publishes books, and hosts events.
PETER HAY HALPERT FINE ART is a private gallery space originally in Chelsea but with locations in Philadelphia and Colorado. The gallery is committed to representing and exhibiting a select group of contemporary British and American artists working with photography, including Christopher Bucklow, Adam Fuss, Steven Pippin, and others.
Turid Meeker Contemporary Art is an international art advisory firm offering a wide range of professional services to aid collectors, architects, designers, and corporations in the process of planning, selecting, and buying art.
b.j. spoke gallery is a member owned and run cooperative art gallery exhibiting many of the finest artists on Long Island.
Artists showing at the gallery are well represented in numerous public and private collections. Their artworks are for sale in the gallery and through the online exhibit space.
Adore Noir is a pdf-based fine art photography magazine which celebrates works in black and white. Each bimonthly issue features six photographers ranging from world renowned professionals to those just starting out. Since its inception in the spring of 2011 it has found its audience among collectors, gallerists and photographers. Each photographer’s idiosyncratic world view is glimpsed through both photos and interviews.
USB Memory Direct is a provider of wholesale customized USB flash drives. A leader in the industry, USB Memory Direct prides itself on working with photographers to advance their photography businesses with branded image distribution at the absolute lowest prices. Check out their website to see how you can make a positive change in your photography business today.
The Darkroom Gallery is dedicated to photographers and photography. The Darkroom Gallery hosts juried exhibits and provides printing and framing services for photographers who are selected to exhibit. They provide opportunities for photographers from around the world to have their work evaluated by qualified jurors for display in their Vermont gallery and on their website and for publication in exhibit catalogs with minimum expense or hassle.
All About Photo is a resource for photographers and photography lovers. It is a directory and portal service dedicated to providing easy access to as many photographic resources as possible in the United States. Information includes: photo labs, framing stores, equipment and studio rentals, camera repair shops, schools, agencies, museums, galleries, institutes and centers, photo contests, portfolio reviews, exhibitions, fairs and festivals, books, online and paper magazines, and articles related to photography.
SocialDocumentary.net is a website for photographers, editors, curators, NGOs, journalists, lovers of photography and anyone else who believes that photography plays an important role in educating people about our world. Launched in October 2008, SocialDocumentary.net (SDN) today has nearly 2,000 compelling online exhibits by photographers from all corners of the globe documenting issues as diverse as the effects of modernization on Kathmandu, homelessness in the U.S., the consequences of oil exploitation in the Niger Delta, and reconciliation in Rwanda. All photographers on SDN share a common curiosity about the human condition and a strong desire to communicate their insights through words and photographs.