April 1st – May 1st 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, April 1st 6-9pm
Newspace Center for Photography is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs selected by photographer Todd Hido from the 2010 Critical Mass competition held each year by Portland based photography nonprofit Photolucida.
The aim of Photolucida’s Critical Mass program is to give exposure to emerging and mid-career photographers across the globe. In 2010, 552 artists entered their work for the chance to be seen by over 200 professionals in the photography world. Curators, gallery directors, editors, and publishers reviewed the work of these artists, and through a truly democratic process, narrowed the field down to the Critical Mass Top 50. Todd Hido selected one image per artist to represent the artists’ projects.
Exhibiting Artists: Thomas Alleman, Justyna Badach, Claire Beckett, Kendrick Brinson, Christopher Capozziello, Tom Chambers, Christopher Churchill, Sam Comen, Kirk Crippens, Mitch Dobrowner, Natan Dvir, Daniela Edburg, Matt Eich, Ethan Eisenberg, Dima Gavrysh, Kevin German, Elin Hoyland, Jessica Hines, Joseph O. Holmes, Norihisa Hosaka, Mary Shannon Johnstone, Loli Kantor, Dianne Kornberg, Alejandra Laviada, Stephen Mallon, Rania Matar, Annie Marie Musselman, Louie Palu, Rachel Phillips, Benjamin Rasmussen, Christopher Rauschenberg, Frank Relle, Justine Reyes, Jeff Rich, Lynn Saville, Traer Scott, Manjari Sharma, Jeff Sheng, Tim Simmons, Pavel Maria Smejkal, Yisook Sohn, S. Gayle Stevens, Jamey Stillings, Amy Thompson Avishai, Daniel Traub, Kevin Van Aelst, Alvaro Villela, Corinne Vionnet.
Todd Hido is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist whose work has been featured in Artforum, The New York Times Magazine, Eyemazing, Metropolis, The Face, I-D, and Vanity Fair. His photographs are in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others. He has five published monographs, the latest being A Road Divided (2010).
The exhibition will travel from Photo Center NW in Seattle to Newspace Center for Photography, and then to RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco, furthering the mission of all four photography organizations to bring top emerging talent to the public.
Visit Photolucida’s website HERE.
April is Portland Photo Month! See what’s going on HERE.