Fantastic News! KlompChing Gallery in New York as just highlighted my new body of work in their Summer On-Line Portfolio Showcase. It is such an honor, having been chosen by W.M. Hunt and Darren Ching www.klompching.com
Teaching students about photography is such a delight. I just finished a Fotofest Literacy through Photography Artist-in-Residence assignment at Treasure Forest Elementary in Spring Branch ISD. We explored self-portraits and storytelling. Here is a piece of mine that I shared with my students….
The center for Fine Art Photography included two of my montages in a great show – March 29-May 25. Regina Anzenberger juried these works into a show entitled “Stories, Memories, and Histories”
Illusion | August 3rd – September 1st, 2012
Artists’ and Public Reception: August 3rd from 6-9pm
Juror: Terry Etherton
Terry Etherton juried my piece entitled “Full Circle” for the show entitled “Illusion”.
The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization supported by donations, grants, and memberships. Founded in 2004, with two galleries, classrooms, both digital and traditional darkrooms in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide. http://www.c4fap.org/
June 29 to July 29, 2012
Nadine Boughton and Fran Forman
Suzanne Gonsalez-Smith and Julie Brook Alexander
The Davis Orton Gallery “Photocollage and Montage, portfolio Showcase” included a portfolio of 10 images from my Realities Reconsidered project. Among those images I sent was …
The Davis Orton Gallery, established in August, 2009, is located on historic Warren Street in Hudson, NY – a new gallery on an architecturally rich street famous for its antique shops, galleries and restaurants.
The Davis Orton Gallery exhibits photography, mixed media and trade and artist-published photobooks. The goal of the gallery is to present a wide range of contemporary artists – from emerging to mid-career to established.
Julie Brook Alexander – Annenberg Space for Photography 2012
Annenberg Space for Photography
Artists Reception, March 24, 2012 (6:30-8:30pm)
2000 Ave of the Stars #10, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early and check in with the front desk. I look forward to seeing you there.
Contact Patricia Lanza, the Talent and Content Manager of the Annenberg Space for Photography with any questions about the show: email@example.com – 213-403-3055
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a signature project of the Annenberg Foundation developed and led by the Board of Trustees, which opened in early 2009 at 2000 Avenue of the Stars. Located on the former site of the Shubert Theater, the Photography Space is a 10,000 square foot facility which features a state-of-the-art digital projection gallery along with a traditional print exhibit area. http://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org/
Joaquim Paiva, collector donated this artwork “escapes from darkness beckon” by Julie Brook Alexander to the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (MAM), Brazil. Joaquim’s collection at MAM is known as “The Joaquim Paiva Collection/ Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil”
“Your photograph is included in a group of 413 prints by 122 photographers of my Foreign Photography Collection that I sent to MAM on March 29, 2011, out of a total of 137 artists that I have collected so far. I have been purchasing my photographs mostly at Houston FotoFest and other international Festivals.
My first donation to MAM, in 2005, comprised 1090 images by 125 Brazilian photographers, the second one of foreign photographers as I mentioned and a third one, once more of Brazilian photography, in January 2012. The Museum now has a rich body of 1963 works by 327 photographers that I have collected in the last 30 years.
As a collector, I consider that building a cooperative relationship with a museum is a good way to make a collection available to the public and the future generations. I am glad to have your work at MAM in Rio de Janeiro, as well as most of my collection.” – Joaquim Paiva, collector