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New blog features

The Collection Connection is one of several new columns that we are initiating for the Light Work blog. In addition to the Collection Connection we will be introducing From the Files, Best of the Rest, and featuring monthly giveaways of signed prints and books to readers of our blog. We hope you find these new […]


Light Work Annual Fund

We’re coming up on the end of our 37th year supporting emerging and under-recognized artists at Light Work. The Light Work Annual Fund is a great way to help us in our mission, which over the years has made these other numbers possible: 25,000 artists, students, and patrons have made work at our state-of-the art […]


Preview day at NEXT

We had a great preview yesterday at Art Chicago/NEXT. The booth was full all day with hundreds of people interested in our mission and the beautiful prints and books we’re selling in support of our programming. The Eatonville Portfolio attracted a lot of attention in the booth during the preview. This amazing set of four […]


Light Work Annual Student Invitational

Light Work is pleased to announce the results of the Light Work Annual Student Invitational, featuring photography students at Syracuse University. Jason Houston from Orion Magazine served as our juror to select a Best of Show winner: Varvara Mikushkina, a junior in SU’s Transmedia Program.  Houston also selected four Honorable Mentions: Elif Yoney (first year […]


Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked

Stephen Chalmers: Unmarked Exhibition Dates: March 22–May 29, 2010 Gallery Reception: April 1, 2010, 5:00–7:00pm Light Work is pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition Unmarked, featuring photographs by Stephen Chalmers. Contact Sheet 156 will be published concurrently with the exhibition. The large-format landscape photographs in Unmarked connect remembrance and the land by investigating the locations where serial […]


SPE Conference in Philadelphia

During the first weekend in March over a thousand photography enthusiasts will gather in Philadelphia for the 47th SPE National Conference, “Facing Diversity: Leveling the Playing Field in the Photographic Arts.” Co-chaired by Miriam Romais from En Foco and Hannah Frieser from Light Work, the conference brings together a significant line-up of almost eighty presenters […]


A great reminder

I met photographer Jamey Stillings recently in Los Angeles. At the end of our conversation about his Colorado River Bridge series, he gave me a really nice leave-behind: a 56-page custom published magazine featuring his project. For those who still believe in the value of a paper leave-behind beyond the business card, a magazine like […]