HIGH QUALITY, LO-FI PHOTOGRAPHY 2009 INTERNATIONAL JURIED PLASTIC CAMERA SHOW

Title: HIGH QUALITY, LO-FI PHOTOGRAPHY 2009 INTERNATIONAL JURIED PLASTIC CAMERA SHOW

Photographer/s: 150 photographers plus featured artists: including Roy Berkowitz, Laura Chenault, Christophe Dillinger, Michael Emery, Noelle Swan Gilbert, Lauren Henkin, Jennifer Shaw, Aline Smithson, and Gordon Stettinius.

Contributor/s: Curator: Ann Jastrab

Date of publication: 2009

Place of publication: San Francisco, CA USA

Dimensions: 8×10 inches

Type of binding: Soft cover, perfect bound

Number of pages: 153

Number of pictures: +150

Printer: Edition One Books

Publisher: RayKo Photo Center

Designer: Stephanie Liang

Editor: Mia Nakano

Language: English

Category: Artist Book

Price: $32.50

Summary: RayKos Second Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show includes strange and stunning images made by the winners of this competition. Photographers from all over the Bay Area as well as national and international entries are featured in this dynamic exhibit. There were over 400 submissions for the exhibition, so it was difficult to whittle the acceptances down to 150 artists. Also highlighted in this exhibition is the work of 3 California artists who have been pursuing plastic camera imagery for nearly 30 years: Roy Berkowitz, Michael Emery, and Aline Smithson, each of them stumbling upon the plastic camera as a tool when they were just beginning their photographic careers.

Website: http://raykophoto.com/

Book link: http://store.raykophoto.com/HIGH-QUALITY-LO-FI-PHOTOGRAPHY-2009-INTERNATIONAL-JURIED-PLASTIC-CAMERA-SHOW_p_43.html

Donated by: RayKo Photo Center

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Colby Museum of Art at Colby College
5600 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, Maine 04901
207-859-5600
website

Museum William D. Adams Gallery, Museum Lobby and Mirken Education Center
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