Marking Time

photo by Gene Dominique

20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Bay Area Photographers Collective

Curated by Meg Shiffler
September 26-October 26, 2019

Events:

  • September 26, 6-8pm: Opening Reception and Curator’s Walk-through:
  • October 12, 2-4pm (Meetup hosted by Ari Salomon)
  • October 26, 2-4pm (Closing day Meetup hosted by Rose Borden)

Harvey Milk Photography Center, 50 Scott Street, San Francisco CA 94117 (website)

Gallery hours: (closed Mon & Fri)

  • Tues 3-9:30
  • Wed 5-9:30
  • Thurs 3-9:30
  • Sat-Sun 11am-5pm

How do we mark time? We all do it. Humans compulsively invent new ways to drop pins in the flow of time so that as much of life as possible takes root in our personal memories and collective consciousness. On the occasion of Bay Area Photographers Collective’s 20th anniversary, Marking Time honors the founders and celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the current membership through recent works that highlight our relationships to each other, the built and natural world, and photography itself.

The Bay Area Photographers Collective is a community of photographers who nurture each other’s professional and artistic growth through through peer critiques, group exhibitions, workshops, and more. Members’ work ranges broadly from fine art to documentary, color to black-and-white, and traditional darkroom to advanced digital to alternative process methods. BAPC is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization established in 1999. 

Participating Artists

Jason Andrescavage, Rose Borden, Tamara Danoyan, Anthony Delgado, Gene Dominique, Richard Dweck, Dan Fenstermacher, Linda Fitch, Steve Goldband, Ralf Hillebrand, Ken Hoffman, Ellen Konar, Philip Krayna, Tom Lavin, Dan Lythcott-Haims, Mitch Nelles, Ari Salomon, Angelika Schilli, Cindy Stokes, Rusty Weston, Nick Winkworth

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Rusty Weston in L.A. Photo Curator’s “No Happy Accidents.”

Rusty Weston’s image “Hesitation” from his Unrealized series won first place in L.A. Photo Curator’s competition called “No Happy Accidents.” The curators critique the photograph in this article.

Mitch Nelles @H.A.R.D Annual Juried Exhibition

Mitch Nelles Looking Across The Street 

Mitch Nelles’ image, “Looking Across The Street” appears in the  upcoming Hayward Arts Recreation and Park District (H.A.R.D) 42nd Area Artists Annual Juried Exhibition.

Artist and Award Reception:  Saturday, January 25, 2020, 2-4PM

Closing Party: Saturday, March 7, 2020

Exhibition Location: Hayward Area Recreation and Park District, 1099 ‘E’ Street, Hayward, CA

Exhibition Duration: Saturday, January 25, 2020 through Saturday, March 7, 2020

Gene Dominique @ Richmond Art Center

Thoughts and Prayers by Gene Dominique

Gene Dominique is showing work as part the the exhibition Art of the African Diaspora, a group exhibition featuring work by over 150 artists of African descent. The exhibition is held at the Richmond Art Center and is accompanied by self-guided open studios and satellite exhibitions.

http://richmondartcenter.org/exhibitions/art-of-the-african-diaspora-2020

Gallery: Main and West Galleries

Exhibition Dates: January 14 – March 13, 2020

Reception: Saturday, January 25, 2-5pm

Gene Dominque @ Blake Garden, Kensington CA

Blake Garden is an enchanting ten-acre public refuge in the East Bay hills community of Kensington.

From January 10 until March 30 the Greenhouse at Blake Garden will be transformed into an art space featuring an exhibition called Through the Looking Glass. Genes’ photograph is among those made last fall from scenes and objects around the garden.

Ken Hoffman: What Are Men to Rocks and Mountains?

Ken Hoffman has a solo exhibit of 27 film-based prints at The Sequoias, 1400 Geary Blvd., San Francisco.  The exhibit is entitled “What Are Men to Rocks and Mountains?”, from a quote of Jane Austen.  

The opening reception will be February 20.

Ari Salomon @ Adobe Arts Co-op

Ari Salomon will be showing a group of lightboxes from his series “Motion Studies”. Opening Reception: January 10, 6-9pm. (Exhibition: January 10 – 26, 2020)

Gene Dominique in Black & White Magazine

Gene has two images published in issue 137 of Black & White magazine.  Issue 137 presents the annual Single Image Contest Winners.


Fractured Portrait is a winner in the Digital/Analog Manipulation category.

Willa is a winner in the Portraiture category

Mitch Nelles @Coastal Arts League 2019 Members Show

Shadows by Mitch Nelles


Mitch Nelles’ “Shadows” black and white image has been accepted in the Coastal Arts League 2019 Member Show. Artists reception is scheduled for Sunday, December 8 from 1-4 PM at the gallery. 
Gallery:           Coastal Arts League
Location:        300 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Hours:            December 5 through January 5, 2020
Website:         www.coastside-artists.com

Richard Dweck @LH Horton Jr Gallery at San Joaquin Delta College

Richard Dweck at The LH Horton Jr Gallery at San Joaquin Delta College
Juror Aline Smithson, photographer and founder of Lenscratch,  has chosen Richard Dweck’s photograph “India Profile #1” to be part of an exhibit on contemporary portraiture at the LH Horton Jr. Gallery at San Joaquin Delta College
Exhibition: Nov 21 – Dec 13, 2019
Location: 5151 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95207
Reception: Nov 2, 2019, 5:00-7:00 pm

Richard Dweck at Griffin Museum Satellite Site

Executive Director and Curator Paula Tognarelli of the Griffin Museum of Photography has chosen Richard Dweck’s photograph “Lion” to be part of an exhibit, Primary Source, at the Lafayette City Center Passageway in Downtown Boston.
Exhibition: Through Mar 24, 2020
Location: The passageway links Macy’s with the Hyatt Regency Hotel 2 Ave De Lafayette Boston, MA 02111
Reception: March 22, 2020 4-6 PM

Richard Dweck’s @ Dreaming in Color,  LightBox Photographic Gallery

Photographer and curator Jody Miller has included Richard Dweck’s “The Opposite of Drab” in an exhibit, Dreaming in Color, at the LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
Exhibition: Through December 10, 2019
Location: 1045 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR

Welcome New Member Maria Budner

BAPC has a new member!

At our meeting on Nov 13 we were treated to an interesting and thought provoking portfolio from candidate Maria Budner. Subsequently Maria was warmly accepted into the collective. So we’d like for everyone to welcome her.
Welcome and Congratulations Maria!