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February 27 – March 4th, 10:30am – 6:30pm
BAPC members exhibited at the annual Photo Yokohama Festival in Yokohama, Japan. Up to 40,000 people attend for this week of exhibitions, conferences and other events.
We will have a group exhibition with an updated, smaller version of our Places Of Change exhibition and 6 of our members will show their work individually (Rose Borden, Adrienne Defendi, Steve Goldband & Ellen Konar, Ken Hoffman, Ari Salomon).
This is part of a larger exhibition called Making of a Beautiful Bridge and organized by SAMURAI FOTO which is a member-based photo collective.
Exhibition: January 27 – February 17, 2018
Location: ARC Gallery, 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA
Opening Reception: January 27, 7 pm – 9 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, February 17, 12 pm – 3 pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, February 17, 2 pm
If the industrial-sized mistakes of our Anthropocene period, i.e., the geologic era marked by human activity, seem to augur eco-catastophe, the humanized landscape still affords us visions of beauty and even transcendence (and sometimes humor). The photographers of AnthropoScene peruse the contemporary world, finding meaning and even moments of grace within the dynamic human landscape of global capitalism.
Curator: DeWitt Cheng
September 5 – October 18, 2017
The Pina Zangaro Gallery
15 BAPC members exhibited work inspired by changes
from neighborhoods across the SF Bay Area.
February 23 — March 5, 2017
BAPC and the Alameda Photographers
August 18 – October 7, 2016
Mullen Brothers Gallery
Annual BAPC Members Exhibit
January 21 – March 3, 2016
Harvey Milk Photo Center
Curated by Hal Fischer
December 18 – January 10, 2015
Curated by Stephen Wirtz
October 4 – 31, 2014
Focus Gallery, San Francisco.
Calumet Photo Gallery, San Francisco.
November 4—November 18, 2007
Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino
We are a nonprofit organization committed to building a community of photographers. Our work ranges from fine art to documentary, color to black and white, traditional darkroom to digital imaging. We nurture each other’s professional and artistic growth through member activities such as artist talks, portfolio reviews, workshops, salons, and exhibitions.