Featuring: Ahron Foster, Arnold Adler, Carey Kirkella, Catherine Ursillo, Clayton Price, Constance Halporn, David Lubarsky, David Neff, Jack Kucy, John Rae, Joseph Squillante, Kristofer Dan-Bergman, Diane Cook & Len Jenshel, Liam Alexander, Marco Castro, Margaret McCarthy, Mat Rick, Matthew Septimus, Mike Tauber, Paul Barton, Salem Krieger, Susan May Tell, Tiffany Walling McGarity, Viviane Moos.
This exhibition was curated from submissions by our ASMP member base in New York. Our theme this year is “Hope” and includes the vast variety of creative interpretations which celebrates the talent of our members. Photos were curated by our three jury panel. Our panelists this year were: Alexander Cohn from the Wall Street Journal, Frances Jakubek from Bruce Silverstein Gallery, and Marcel Saba, the founder of Redux Pictures. “It’s hope that gives life meaning. And hope is based on the prospect of being able one day to turn the actual world into a possible one that looks better” – François Jacob.
In the autumn of 1944 at the end of World War II, two dozen photographers gathered in Ewing Krainin’s NYC studio and formed what is currently known as the American Society of Media Photographers. They believed an organization was needed for professional photographers to advocate for their rights, and support their passion for creating photography.
75 years later, ASMP now serves a diverse membership of photojournalists, commercial and editorial photographers, videographers, hybrids, etc., and has become the premiere industry leader in promoting photographers’ rights, providing business education, and assisting photographers to connect with clients.
ASMP’s 75th Anniversary will launch this fall will with the theme 20/20 Vision/em>–with a nod to the past, and sights set on the future. ASMP looks to the future of photography, to the new outlets that will emerge, and will continue being the linchpin to visual language in the new digital age.
ASMP: American Society of Media Photographers – 2018 – Theme : Hope
Featuring: Various ArtistsView Location Details Number 1 on the official photoville map Click to download this year's map Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
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Brooklyn, NY 11201
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