Hotter Than July: Portfolio Review

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Hotter Than July: Portfolio Review

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Date: July 14, 2018

Times: 10:00am - 6:30pm (each reviews is 20 minutes).

Reviewers: Andrea Blanch, Sean Corcoran, Loni Efron, Larry Fink, Kat Kiernan and Ruben Natal-San Miguel


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Andrea Blanch is a New York-based award-winning fashion, fine art and conceptual photographer. She began her photographic career under the tutelage of Richard Avedon. Her work has been published in Details, G.Q., the French, English, American, German, Australian and Italian issues of Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Marie Claire and Rolling Stone.  Blanch has had one woman shows, been featured in group exhibitions and books, as well as private collections.  Her photobook, Italian Men: Love and Sex, was published with Rizzoli in 1999. Blanch currently teaches at the International Center for Photography and is a member of APA.

Musée Magazine began for Blanch as a flash of inspiration. She sought to create a magazine which gives exposure to up-and-coming photographers alongside the industry’s most prestigious figures. Musée strives to act as a guide and mentor for emerging photographers, as well as expose our audience to insightful and in-depth interviews with the most important artists of the contemporary photographic world. Since then Musée has grown into an expansive online resource with an ever-growing archive of issues that engages with gallerists, curators, collectors, and photographers alike.

Sean Corcoran Since 2006 Sean Corcoran has been the Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York. He previously served as Assistant Curator of Photography at George Eastman Museum, Rochester, NY. Over the years he has organized a wide range of exhibitions including, City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection, Site Seeing: Photographic Excursions in Tourism, and the upcoming exhibition, A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Postwar New York, 1945-1960. He has written extensively on photography including essays for Elliott Erwitt: At Home and Around the World (Aperture), Alexey Titarenko: The City is a Novel (Damiani) and the World Atlas of Street Photography (Thames and Hudson.

Loni Efron opened ilon Art Gallery, a boutique photography gallery & art advisory located in an historic Harlem in 2014.  Loni curates group shows with this centuries’ master photographers as well as emerging artists in her two large gallery spaces. She is an editor and curator and works on all types of distribution from the classical book to the digital experience.  Loni, founded ilon and Company, in 1996 one of the nations first archival and digital consulting firms.  She started her career with photographers Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle and Joel Meyerowitz and over the next two and half decades continues to archive, edit and organize iconic artists such as Keith Richards, Mike and Doug Starn, Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. She designed and created iArchive and launched in March 2018 iArchive Basic, an extraordinary database solution for artists to monetize their archives and write their own legacy. She’s the artist secret weapon with exceptional organizational skills using and always bringing the lastest, greatest technology to the industry.

Larry Fink  Besides working as a professional photographer for over fifty-five years, Larry Fink has had one-man shows at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of Modern Art amongst others. On the European continent, he has had one-man shows at the Musee de l’Elysee in Lausanne, Switzerland and the Musee de la Photographie in Charleroi, Belgium. Recently, in the last three years, he had a traveling retrospective shown in six different Spanish museums. He was awarded the “Best of Show” for an exhibition curated by Christian Caujolle at the Arles Festival of Photograph in France. As far as being represented in group shows, the list is longer than the eye can see. Most recently, Larry has been awarded the 2015 International Center for Photography (ICP) Infinity Award for Lifetime Fine Art Photography. He has also been awarded two John Simon Guggenheim Fellowships and two National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Photography Fellowships. He has been teaching for over fifty-two years, with professorial positions held at Yale University, Cooper Union, and lastly at Bard College, where he is an honored professor. 

Kat Kiernan is the Editor-in-Chief of the photography magazine Don’t Take Pictures, as well as the Director of Panopticon Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts. Her writings have appeared in numerous publications, most recently in the book The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life (Intellect Books, 2017). Kat received the Griffin Museum of Photography’s Rising Star Award in 2015 for her contributions to the photographic community. Her photographs have been exhibited across the United States, and Photoboite Agency named her one of 2012’s 30 women photographers under the age of 30 to watch. Kat divides her time between Brooklyn, New York and Boston. She holds a BFA in photography from Lesley University College of Art and Design.

Ruben Natal-San Miguel is an architect, fine art photographer, curator, creative director and critic. His stature in the photo world has earned him awards, features in major media, countless exhibitions and collaborations with photo icons such as Magnum Photographer Susan Meiselas. Gallery shows include: Asya Geisberg, SoHo Photo, Rush Arts, Finch & Ada, Kris Graves Projects, Fuchs Projects, WhiteBox Gallery, Station Independent Projects Gallery and others. His work has been featured in numerous institutions: The New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Griffin Museum of Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, African American Museum of Philadelphia, The Makeshift Museum in Los Angeles, University of Washington, El Museo del Barrio and Phillips Auction House. International art fair representation includes: Outsider Art Fair, SCOPE, PULSE, Art Chicago, Zona Maco, and Photo LA. His photography has been published in a long list of publications, highlights: New York Magazine, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Time OUT, Aperture, Daily News, OUT, American Photo, ARTFORUM, VICE, Musee, ARTnet and The New Yorker. In 2016 Ruben’s Marcy's Playground was selected for both the Billboard Collective and website for Apple. His photographs are in the permanent collection of El Museo Del Barrio in NYC.