Camera Position 58 – Pictures of an Exhibition

Getting your work out there… how do you do it? We take a look at some responses to an exhibition I just had at the University of La Verne in California and see how that might fit into how you can show your work.

Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography – University of La Verne, La Verne California

Photographs by Dale Dellinger (left) and Paul Viapiano (center and right)

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Perugia, Umbria, 1999

Photograph by Jeff Curto – click image for a larger view

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3 thoughts on “Camera Position 58 – Pictures of an Exhibition”

  1. Good advice. I find that exhibiting turns into maunfacturing and shipping which is can be overwhelming – I was lucky enough to have work in a few shows at one time and that was a lot of work.

    I ma preparing for my first solo show in NY in January and appreciated your insight as we get closer to a final selection of prints.

  2. Ron;

    Thanks for your post.. sorry it’s taken me so long to get around to posting a response. Let me know when and where your show is and we’ll put a plug up on the blog about it! Glad the podcast helped the pre-show process a bit. Yep, it can sometimes feel like you’re simply “production and shipping” departments… but in the end, the product is worth the effort.


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