––Alex Webb, “The Suffering of Light,” @ Aperture, New York, through January 19, 2012
––Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, “Violet Isle: A Photographic Portrait of Cuba,” @ MFA, Boston, through Jan. 16, 2012
––Alex Webb, “The Suffering of Light,” @ Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto, through Jan. 14, 2012
––Rebecca Norris Webb and other artists, “Winged Shadows: Life Among Birds,” NDMOA, Grand Forks, ND, through Jan. 15, 2012
—“On Marrying a Photographer,” on Alec Soth’s blog, Little Brown Mushroom, with comments by several photographers and others, including Martin Parr, Alec Soth, Rachel Cartee Soth, Greta Pratt, Zoe Strauss, Alex Webb, and Rebecca Norris Webb.
–“The Suffering of Light” exhibition @ Aperture reviewed in the Village Voice.
–“The Suffering of Light” exhibition reviewed on DLK blog.
––”As Far As an Outsider Can Go,” in the New York Photo Review.
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS WITH ALEX AND REBECCA
“Teaching taught me how little I knew and it forced me to think. I had to teach to get an education.” –––Harry Callahan, from “Harry Callahan @ 100” at the National Gallery of Art
– PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS @ THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE, Friday evening, March 9, 2012, thru Saturday, March 11, 2012. An intensive weekend workshop with the Webbs and Radius Books creative director and noted book designer, David Chickey, with an emphasis on the process of intuitive editing and bookmaking, following the process of how long-term projects can develop into books and exhibitions . APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP, VISIT THE MAGNUM WEBSITE. Or, for those on Facebook, please visit the PHOTOGRAPHIC MASTERCLASS AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAGPORE page. The National Museum of Singapore is a venue partner of the Photography Masterclass.
–WEEKEND WORKSHOP @ APERTURE, NY, Friday evening, March 23, thru Sat., March 25, 2012. Do you know where you’re going next with your photography –– or where it’s taking you? An intensive weekend workshop with Alex and Rebecca. Check the Aperture blog for workshop details, such as fee, how to make payment, etc. Before the Aperture site is live to take workshop applications and fees online — WHICH WILL HAPPEN EARLY FEBRUARY — you can reserve a space by emailing Anne Lewis of Aperture –– firstname.lastname@example.org There is a discount for students and Aperture patrons.
––WEEKEND WORKSHOP IN MILANO @ FORMA; Friday evening, May 4, thru Sunday, May 6th, 2012. An intensive weekend workshop @ Forma with the Webbs during Alex’s upcoming spring exhibition there, “The Suffering of Light.” Included in the workshop will be a gallery talk by Alex as well as a copy of Alex’s recent survey book of 30 years of his color photographs, “La Sofferenza della Luce,” (Contrasto). The workshop will be taught in English with Italian translation. For more information here’s the link.
–FINDING YOUR VISION WORKSHOP @ CAPTION GALLERY, BROOKLYN, NY. Sunday May 20 thru Friday May 25, 2012.* A week-long photographing and editing workshop where each photographers begins to explore his or her own way of photographing and how to edit intuitively. Will include exercises, light room tutorials, and a presentation by a noted book editor. APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN. Early acceptance notification will start on February 29, 2012. Check the workshop page of the webbnorriswebb website for fees, application process and further details.
*If there is enough interest, we will explore offering a second session of the Finding Your Vision Workshop @ Caption Gallery the week before — Sunday May 13 thru Friday May 18, 2012.
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