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Psychic Geographies: Curatorial Statement

In the pieces that make up Psychic Geographies, forces of desire, both personal and political, and forces of nature traverse the land with a heavy tread, describing the borders of contested territories and propagating strange ecologies. The “psychic” of the title plays on multiple senses of the word, both as in “relating to the psyche” […]

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Introducing Light Work’s 2016 Subscription Program

Great Cause / Great Art We’re pleased to introduce our 2016 Subscription Program, offering you a variety of ways to grow your photography collection while supporting Light Work’s mission. This year, the subscription program features prints by Zanele Muholi from the Master Print Edition; prints by Paul D’Amato, Gregory Halpern, and Bill McDowell from the […]

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“What is She Doing There?”:
Susan Lipper on Kristine Potter

The Light Work blog is excited to present this reflection by Susan Lipper, recent Guggenheim Fellow and 2004 Light Work Artist-in-Residence, on the work of Kristine Potter, 2014 Light Work Artist-in-Resident. Both graduates of the Yale Photography MFA program and women photographers working out West, it is a unique pleasure to read Lipper’s words on […]

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Light Work’s Guggenheim Fellows

Light Work would like to wish a hearty congratulations to our Light Work family members Susan Lipper, Arno Rafael Minkkinen & Stuart Rome on being named 2015 Guggenheim Fellows. The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation’s annual Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded to men and women who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability […]

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Light Work’s Online Benefit Auction: Nov. 25 – Dec. 10 on Paddle8

  Light Work is pleased to partner with Paddle8 to launch an online benefit auction of limited-edition prints and signed books. The auction runs from Nov. 25 through Dec. 10, 2014. All proceeds benefit Light Work, and support our mission of supporting emerging and under-represented artists working in photography. For this unique online auction, we have invited […]

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LaToya Ruby Frazier Uses Her Camera to Fight For Her Community

LaToya Ruby Frazier Uses Her Camera to Fight For Her Community By Lauren Cavalli  Images by Joe Librandi-Cowan Photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier’s first book, The Notion of Family, documents three generations of women in her family: Grandma Ruby, her Mom, and herself. Yet, it is no ordinary family album. After working for ten years on the […]