WIPI News Features ARCHIVE 38 January - December 2015
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... i AM woman ... i AM digital ... What we see,
how we interpret and share our lives, our career with family, friends,
the public and the art world using digital SLR, point & shoot cameras,
cell phones and tablets, in 2015.
Juror Clive Waring, Editor/Silvershotz International, Jean Ferro. Curator/online gallery. Eight categories Activities, Animals, Family, Friends and Portraits, Objects, Scenic, Selfies, Structures, Cell/Tablet submissions. WIPI final exhibition before transition to the Beinecke Library, Yale University, June 2015.
You & Your Camera ~
2015 - WIPI Display Collage Art image for Photo Independent Art Fair - Put Yourself in the Picture - May 1-3, 2015 - It's about You!
The world of photography will set its focus on Los Angeles for a weekend celebrating international photography at Raleigh Studios, adjacent Paris Photo Los Angeles at Paramount Studios. Produced by Chris Davies / Fabrik Magazine
You & Your Camera ~
2015 - WIPI Display Collage Art interactive installation - photo la 24th - Put Yourself in the Picture - Jan 15-18 - Onsite interactive wall art display (visitors to the fair photographed themselves in the 16" round mirror overlay) surrounded by images of member and non-member women w/their cameras (artwork 42" width x 60" height), downtown Los Angeles at the REEF. WIPI has been a long standing sponsored participant at photo la, produced by Stephen Cohen and Claudia James Bartlett, curated by Jean Ferro
EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS ______
|2008 Distinguished Photographer Distinguished, Established, Emerging, Debutante 100 combined Awards|
SHERMAN (July 9, 1912 - Nov 1 2013)
WIPI 2013 Distinguished Photographer Award
100 year old Celebrity Photographer - Duchess of Carnegie Hall
Using her father’s 8x10 Kodak camera and her own classic black and white style lighting to capture the genuine qualities of each subject, Editta photographed writers, poets, models, theatrical greats, and musicians. These included legendary artists Tyrone Power (one of her favorites), Noel Coward, Henry Fonda, Carl Sandburg, Marcel Marceau, Leonard Bernstein, Maurice Chevalier, Angela Lansbury, Julie Harris, Jessica Tandy, Yul Brynner, Bela Lugosi, Joe DiMaggio, Robert Evans, Susan Strasberg, LeRoy Neiman, and others such as Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Veruschka and Tilda Swinton.
MAE WEEMS receives the 2005
WIPI Distinguished Award
"My responsibility as an artist is to work, to sing for my supper, to make art, beautiful and powerful, that adds and reveals; to beautify the mess of a messy world, to heal the sick and feed the helpless; to shout bravely from the rooftops and storm barricaded doors and voice the specificity of our historical moment."
Carrie is Represented by Charles Gluce Contemporary / Berkeley, CA
the 2004 WIPI Distinguished Award at the
2nd Annual Lucie
Awards presentation / NYC
Los Angeles, CA. September 14, 2004 - Women In Photography International (WIPI), a non-profit organization established in 1981, is proud to announce Sylvia Plachy as the winner of its Distinguished Photographer Award 2004. Together with International Photography Awards (IPA) and its Lucie Awards, WIPI bestows this high honor annually to women who exemplify the highest standards and dedication to the art of photography
PHOTOS: Backstage, Awards - Adrien Brody Clip - Private Party
Distinguished Award International Photo
Awards 1st Annual LUCIE Award Presentation / Beverly Hills
'Annie is an inspiration to every women working in photography today, she is a very talented artist, and business woman, a combination that spells success."
Women In Photography International (WIPI) is proud to announce Annie Leibovitz as the winner of our Distinguished Photographer Award 2003. A collaboration with International Photography Awards enables WIPI to continue a time honored tradition of presenting an award to one of the top artists in the field of photography.
PHOTOS, presentation, event
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