We are actively seeking an international mix of artists who are at a critical point of their career and would benefit from exposure through exhibitions and essays.
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|13 Jun 2019||00:00 — 00:30 *||
Hannah Frieser & Charles Guice
“We are especially interested in reviewing work by photographers who understand their intentions as artists. As reviewers, we can offer professional feedback and opportunities within the field. Portfolios may be presented as completed bodies of work or mid-project.”
Hannah Frieser and Charles Guice will be reviewing portfolios together. They are currently developing an initiative that will promote dialogue about contemporary photography, its practitioners and innovative exhibitions from an international perspective. Their initiative, Converging Perspectives, will officially launch in September later this year.
Additionally, Hannah represents the Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW). Artists will be considered for CPW's programming as well.
Hannah Frieser is Executive Director for the Center for Photography at Woodstock, an arts organization that features exhibitions, workshops and residencies. She has curated exhibitions with leading contemporary photographers such as Pipo Nguyen-duy, Kanako Sasaki, Angelika Rinnhofer, Alexander Gronsky, Shen Wei and Adam Magyar, as well as expanded art projects for Suzanne Opton and Barry Anderson. Her essays have been featured in publications such as Contact Sheet, Exposure, Daylight, Nueva Luz and Chinese Photography Magazine, and in monographs for Susan kae Grant and David Taylor.
For nine years, Hannah was Director of Light Work, a photographic arts organization and artist residency program in Syracuse, New York, and she served in various positions for the Society of Photographic Education (SPE) for more than a decade.
Hannah has reviewed portfolios and juried exhibitions worldwide for FotoFest, En Foco, Rhubarb Rhubarb, PhotoVisa, folioPORT and FotoTriennale.dk, among others, and is a frequent lecturer on photography and contemporary photographic practices.
Charles Guice is an art advisor, curator, mentor, and writer. Recognised for developing new talent as well as for advancing more established artists, he has been instrumental in the careers of a number of today’s leading contemporary visual artists including Max de Esteban, Erika Diettes, Hank Willis Thomas and Carrie Mae Weems. As a gallerist, Guice placed works in prominent private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad, including The Brooklyn Museum, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The High Museum of Art, The International Center of Photography and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
A former healthcare executive, he has served on the Boards of Trustees for the California College of the Arts and The Museum of the African Diaspora, and was a founding member of the nominating committee for the Aperture West Book Prize. Guice has curated a number of exhibitions throughout the U.S., and was a principal, managing director and co-curator for Photo Miami.
He has been an invited juror for CENTER, The Center for Fine Art Photography and PDN, as well as a frequent portfolio reviewer at ASMP, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, En Foco, FotoFest, the New York Times Portfolio Reviews, Photolucida, photoNOLA and Review Santa Fe.
Besides visual excellence, one of my top passions is storytelling. I can help you in your editing process, give you some insights into the publishing world and share my contacts with you.
You may be a beginner or an experienced artist – there is always the challenge and chance to move higher. I am committed to helping you make this move happen.
My aim is to support emerging artists, including students, working in a field related to photography or video. I can provide valuable insight into artistic practices and assist in all stages of your creative process from initial conceptualization to the verbalization of your work.
I am curious to know your thoughts and excited to see your work. I am happy to mentor and facilitate your projects, share my contacts, and give feedback on your work whether you are an emerging young photographer or a more established artist.
I am always looking for new talents and interesting artists who are making special and unique work.
I am currently curating exhibitions on young photography for 2018 and 2019. I am mainly interested in reviewing creative photography, documentary photography and photojournalism.
We might provide artists with an opportunity to exhibit and participate at the Encuentros Abiertos in Argentina and many other exhibitions or projects that we curate for different institutions around the world.
Having worked with many of photography’s past icons, I am now interested to review the work of emerging photographers who will someday shape the future of photography.
I’m interested in all types of independent and innovative photography, conceptual as well as subjective documentary.
As a specialty, I’m offering advice and introductory essays to photobooks in progress.
With a versatile background in documentary storytelling, my focus is on how to build a stronger narrative, whether it is a book project or an essay. I am very curious to review projects with an in-depth and personal approach.
I am looking for work that might be exhibited at the PhotoVisa festival and published in resources that I am connected with.
I am interested in discovering and helping new talents to develop, but I also like working closely with established artists who want some honest and constructive feedback about new projects.
With a curatorial and educators background, I can provide creative feedback on project-based work from both emerging and established artists.
I will discuss your work and give you advice on how to develop as an artist. I may hook you up with the right people to reach your goals and perhaps even facilitate publication in the magazine KATALOG.
I can advise both upcoming and established artists on how to further develop their work as well as provide assistance with exhibition possibilities in Iceland. As a photographic artist and a curator, I can share my experience from both sides.
I am excited to work with all types of artists and can offer strategies on editing and sequencing your work for submissions to grants, awards, and more. Currently, I am looking for projects for our expanding Review Santa Fe Photo Festival program and exhibitions.
We do not only publish books and market those through our offices in the USA, the UK and The Netherlands but also actively work together with our artists to help them with their careers.
Advice will be given on where to go next or how to develop your practice on the basis of the work seen/routes into photography/getting your work out.
I am interested in long term projects with a documentary background. My approach is analytical, in-depth, and honest.
As a reviewer, I am interested in seeing contemporary work made by photographers and media artists from around the world, especially documentary, social and conceptual work.
I look at work from around the world for possible exhibition, collecting, or educational programming. I am drawn to work that is layered - visually or conceptually - and push the boundaries of traditional photography.
I see photography as a powerful artistic means that is often constrained by pre-established formats. I am eager to discover works by lens-based artists who are into cross-disciplinarity and think outside the box. In turn I can offer an honest, regardful and open-minded reading of your work.
As a reviewer, I see my role as both a sounding board, a strategist for the development of the work and a professional who can provide valuable insight into ways artists can strengthen their work.
I am interested in reviewing many kinds of artworks, no matter what medium is used. I can also assist artists with practical advice and information about the art scene, people or institutions.
I am able to assist photo artists through publishing work in Next Level Magazine, monographs, and selection towards international photography exhibitions curated by Next Level Projects.