Ingeborg passed away this week. She was a beloved member of BAPC for many years. Here are some thoughts from current and past BAPC members who knew her in the collective or in one of her many roles in the Bay Area photographic community. View Ingeborg’s BAPC Member Page and her Personal Web Site. Read […]
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The next BAPC exhibition MAGNETIC PULL will open at ARC Studios in San Francisco, 1246 Folsom St, on January 16, 2021 (conditions permitting). The show is to be curated by Daniel Nevers and Jennifer Brandon. Further details will be posted here as they become available.
Ingeborg Gerdes passed away unexpectedly on June 19th, 2020. Ingeborg was an active and valued member of BAPC for many years. Her work was an integral part of the collective’s many exhibitions, and her artistic insight and generosity of spirit helped many members become better photographers. An endearing and insightful artist, she leaves us a […]
Rusty Weston is one of the FOCUS photo l.a. Summer 2020 Finalists and will exhibit his winning photograph, Cocktail Hour, within the virtual FOCUS installation at Virtual Collect + Connect Photo L.A. 2020 and a live exhibition at Elizabeth Houston Gallery, NYC. This weekend marks the start of the virtual installation.
Gene Dominique’s photograph Trio is featured on today’s Your Daily Photograph.
Maria Budner’s photograph Shattered Landscape has been awarded a Silver Medal by the jurors of the Bay Area Month of Photography (BAYMOP) https://baymop.com/. The dates and places for the exhibition in September will be announced soon.
Nathalie Strand is the newest member of BAPC. Welcome Nathalie!
Ellen Konar and Steve Goldband are showing their body of work Fertile Ground at Soho Photo Gallery in the Tribeca district of New York. The solo show of 15 works is online pending re-opening of the gallery space following Covid-19 related closures. The online show runs from May 18 to June 6 2020.
Richard Dweck’s image HOUSE WALL VISITORS has been selected for the first virtual exhibition of the East Bay Photographers Collective. OPENING NIGHT! Imagined Destinations: Reframing the Familiar The virtual show opened Saturday, May 9. https://www.ebpco.org/imagined-destinations
Gene Dominique’s still life photograph Skyline has been accepted into the first virtual exhibition of the East Bay Photographers Collective. OPENING NIGHT! Imagined Destinations: Reframing the Familiar The virtual show opened Saturday, May 9. https://www.ebpco.org/imagined-destinations
Maria Budner’s image Two Sides has been selected for the Marin Society of Artists’ show Expressions-2020, beginning online on May 14 https://www.marinsocietyofartists.org/expressions-2020
Jurors Ann Jastrab and Laura Sackett have selected Steve Raskin’s image Not Another Sunset for exhibition in the online gallery of the Members Juried Exhibition in Carmel, CA. The show will run in the Sunset Center at a date to be determined by the reopening of the gallery.
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