10.09.2009

EN FOCO: Artist Talk October 18

Patagonia Cowboy Series, En Foco First Place Award
Photograph (c) Mustafah Abdulaziz/All rights reserved

Patagonia Cowboy Series, En Foco First Place Award
Photograph (c) Mustafah Abdulaziz/All rights reserved

Patagonia Cowboy Series
Photograph (c) Mustafah Abdulaziz/All rights reserved

EN FOCO AND THE LUCIE FOUNDATION ARTIST TALK
October 18, 2009 from 5:30-7:30 PM

Splashlight Studio, 75 Varick Street, NYC 10013


Artist Talk includes: MUSTAFAH ABDULAZIZ - Winner of En Foco's People/Places/Things Photography Competition, featured in an upcoming Nueva Luz Photographic Journal. SUE FLOOD - Finalist for the International Photography Awards (IPA) "International Photographer of the Year". IPA is a sister effort of the Lucie Foundation. RANIA MATAR - Published in Nueva Luz volume 13#3 this past Spring, she is also celebrating the publication of her monograph, "Ordinary Lives". RACHEL PAPO - Finalist for the International Photography Awards (IPA) "Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year". RSVP: jointtalk@luciefoundation.org

Ross Sea Adventure Series
Photograph (c) Sue Flood
/All rights reserved

Serial No. 3817131 Series
Photograph (c) Rachel Papo
/All rights reserved


The Forgotten People Series
Photograph (c) Rania Matar
/All rights reserved


En Foco is a non-profit organization that uses the photographic arts as a vehicle to address cultural and social inequities. It provides professional recognition, publication, honoraria and assistance to photographers of diverse cultures as they grow into different stages of their careers. En Foco 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. En Foco produces the Nueva Luz Photographic Journal, Print Collectors Program.

8 comments:

Debra Healy said...

Thank you for sharing these images they are amazing.
The ice shelf with humans in proportion is an awe inspiring image. If all that ice becomes water where will we be?

Caio Fernandes said...

the "patagonia cowboy series"
revels a cinematogaphic feeling he has of life .
the way he treated the light in this series is just fantastic .

this is incredible Elizabeth !! thanks . see you !!

amatamari© said...

Oh I love the first pictures!

GYPSYWOMAN said...

the cowboy series is absolutely mesmerizingly beautiful - very compelling use of light and shadow - focul point - composition - all fantastic -

beautiful images the others, as well -

thanks for such a magical journey -

RealityZone said...

Talk about contrast. Women lined up with automatic weapons, a man bathing a baby. lot of symbolism there.

Bea said...

Can't make up my mind which one I favor. I keep going back to look at all of them. Those young girls, lined up with their guns strapped to their back, haunting. The coyboy, sigh.........thanks for sharing these. You find the most amazing things to share with us. I do SOOOOOOOOO appreciate it. I have learned so much. :)Bea

Sonia Schmorantz said...

As imagens por si só são significativas, bonitas, e o preto e branco lhes empresta força e intensidade. Lindas!
Um abraço e ótimo final de semana

Arasu said...

In the Cowboy Series photos, I like the lighting and the view point. The photographer captured the action nicely. Other photos are great.