One of the highlights of the Boston photographic scene is the New England Photography Biennial at Danforth Art in Framingham every other fall. This is one of those exciting years and, to make matters even better, this year’s Biennial is being juried by Susan Nalband, Director of 555 Gallery in Boston. Photographers, don’t miss this! The DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS just around the bend, this coming MONDAY, JULY 13th AT MIDNIGHT! All relevant application materials (and the link to the application via Slideroom) can be found at: http://www.danforthart.org/newenglandphoto2015.html
“Bridget and I – Garden, 2012” C-print by Asia Kepka (courtesy of the artist)
An engaging, must-see show for the Boston photographic community, the last Biennial (superbly juried by Dr. Francine Weiss) occasioned my first visit to Danforth Art. The images here are from the photographers featured in that show. (For my review, go to: https://whatwillyouremember.com/danforth-biennial-2013/). That trip to Framingham initiated my devotion to Danforth Art exhibitions and programming that mirrors their strong support of photography.
“B1004, 2012” archival pigment print by Noritaka Minami (courtesy of the artist)
For the rest of us Boston photography enthusiasts, the wait will be short. Mark your calendars now – New England Biennial Photography at Danforth Art will open on September 9, 2015 and run through December 6, 2015. In the meantime, you can view the work of Noritaka Minami (above) in the Atelier Gallery at the Griffin Museum of Photography from July 9 – August 31, 2015 (opening tonight!! http://www.griffinmuseum.org/blog/griffin-atelier-gallery/).
Feature Image: “Around the Bend” archival pigment print by Bob Avakian (courtesy of the artist and 555 Gallery, Boston)