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SAVE THE DATE - APRIL 11 - Fruit Taped to Trees @ C/O Berlin

11 April 2019 6:00-9:00 at C/O Berlin Education Unit, Hardenbergstrasse 19, 10623 Berlin

Fruit Taped to Trees

Hartford MFA Group Photography Exhibition

Chantal Anderson, MFA candidate 2020, among PDN's 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch

As we look through hundreds of portfolios of photographers recommended to us by editors, creatives, curators and some of the leading voices in professional photography, we are still drawn to striking images, unique stories, original perspectives and a consistent vision. - Conor Risch, PDN

Application Deadline Approaching - January 15, 2019

The Hartford Art School is accredited by (NASAD) --- The University of Hartford is accredited by (NEASC)

Annual Call for Applications - Deadline is January 15, 2019

Our international limited residency MFA in Photography is an innovative program designed for both mature individuals with established experience in the field as well as recent graduates who wish to further their own practice. Our program is the only low-residency MFA in the United States focusing solely on Photography. We offer the pursuit of an MFA degree without the inconvenience of having to leave your established network and studio behind.  Professional credentials and growth as an artist & educator can be achieved while maintaining your current responsibilities and commitments.

Congratulations Andrew Waits - Fiebre Photobook Dummy Award Winner 2018!

Fiebre Photobook organization team is please to announce the winning dummy of our call for the publication of a photobook sponsored by Artes Gráficas Palermo, co-edited with Dalpine, and pre-press by La Troupe.

APORIA by Andrew Waits

Good Goddamn by Bryan Schutmaat, at Kominek Gallery Berlin until 27 of October 2018

Good Goddamn tells a nominally simple story. Shot over a period of a few days in February 2017, in Leon County, Texas, Good Goddamn documents, in only twenty-seven photographs, the last few days of freedom of Schutmaat’s friend Kris before he went into prison. As this is a book of hints and half-lights, the spaces between the pictures being as important, so to speak, as the pictures themselves, we are not informed of the crime that led to Kris’s incarceration, nor the duration of the sentence.