Posts tagged: Amanda Gorence

International Call for Submissions: ‘Come Together’ Group Exhibition at FotoWeekDC


Feature Shoot is now accepting submissions for ‘Come Together’, a group photo exhibition curated by Alison Zavos and Amanda Gorence as part of the 2012 FotoWeekDC festival in Washington, D.C.

Underage: A Group Exhibition of Young Photographers at Photoville (NYC)

Charlie Brophy photographyPhoto by Charlie Brophy

Feature Shoot is pleased to present the group exhibition, Underage, at this year’s Photoville Festival in Brooklyn, featuring work by six young photographers who document the joys and travails of growing up: a time of first loves, experimentation, and the search for belonging.

Q&A: Amanda Gorence, Austin

jo ann santangelo photography Photo by Jo Ann Santangelo

Amanda Gorence is the the Director of B. Hollyman Gallery, a new space in Austin, Texas, devoted exclusively to photography. At B. Hollyman she helps curate and develop new photography projects and a variety of exhibitions specializing in fine contemporary photography, with curatorial interests that are eclectic, experimental, and wide-ranging. Before this position, she helped curate group photography shows for L. Nowlin Gallery, also based in Austin. The following images are taken from Walker Pickering’s Nearly West series and Jo Ann Santangelo’s Walking the Block series. These two Texas-based photographers have most recently shown at B. Hollyman Gallery.

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