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PhotoForum Members' Exhibit Space

updated with new work weekly since 1996


The PhotoForum Member's Exhibit Space is a non-juried space dedicated to exhibit subscriber's work on a rotating basis. Subject matter is wide ranging and similar to what one would find in a conventional fine art gallery or exhibit space. This is not a fine art gallery that exhibits only the best of anyone's work but one where experimental work or work-in-progress may also be exhibited. The gallery staff makes unappealable decisions as to what is ultimately accepted for inclusion.
Click on the author's name to see, in a new window, a larger version of the thumbnail image along with additional info about author and, if provided, the photograph. Selecting just a thumbnail will just give you the same thing but in a new webpage. If you choose this option consider using the "open page in a new window" option to speed-up viewing of all images.
If you are a PhotoForum list member you can immediately post comments about these photographs to the List . Please indicate in the Subject: line if you are making a comment about all the photos in the exhibit or only a specific few or one. In the message body it would be considerate to include the gallery's URL.

Select Submission Guidelines for instructions on how to contribute images to this exhibit.


April 12, 2014
 
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Yoram Gelman

Lace Machine Program Cards

Don Roberts

Below the Dam

John Retallack

Milestone Diner, Emporia, VA

Art Faul

Trinity Monument, White Sands Missile Range

Randy Little

A family guy

A NEW series "Children of Beijing" by Randy Little is available at: Gallery-10.

A recent group project was the 2010 Book of Photographs by members of PhotoForum.
25 printed copies purchased to date. The last one was purchased in April, 2012.
 


To become a PhotoForum list member state SUBSCRIBE PhotoForum YOUR-NAME in a message sent to listserv@listserver.rit.edu (substituting your real name where it says YOUR-NAME).

Contact the Exhibit Coordinator if you have comments or suggestions about this project.

        


This activity is made possible by the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

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