Manjari Sharma is a photographer whose work explores personal mythology, representation, and experience. Manjari was born and raised in Mumbai, India and is based in Brooklyn. Her work has been featured in publications including Los Angeles Times, New York Times Blog, Monocle, Life, CNN, and Wired, amongst others. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in New York, Los Angeles and Spain, amongst others. Manjari was awarded The CENTER’s Curator’s Choice Award 2014 and her work was selected as honorable mention for the Santa Fe Prize in 2012. She is represented by ClampArt, New York and Richard Levy Gallery, New Mexico.
Portfolio reviews, an insider’s look
Moderated by Stephen Mallon, artist Manjari Sharma and Ariel Shanberg, (Executive Director of the Woodstock Center of Photography) discuss portfolio reviews on how to get as much out of the review circuit as possible. This is not a common sense discussion, this is a talk from both sides of the table about how much business gets done at the bar and at the event vs your actual review.
Personal Projects, Long-term Commitment
Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will discuss the challenges of making the work, and the successes they are gaining in the process. There will be opportunity for questions from the audience.