Sally Mankus, "Hands 1"
Joan Almond, "Granddaughter"
Stephanie Flack, "Baby Monks,"
Millicent Harvey, "J & J"
Millicent Harvey, "Hair"
Maura Lanahan, "Najja"
Liz Linder, "Moving Still"
Kenna Love, "Underwater"
Jinnine Pak, "Brigid"
Patricia Richards, "Fuck Y'all"
Helen M. Stummer, "Imitating Mommy"
Karen Bucher, "My Mother at Mt. Zion Cemetery"
Melody La Montia, "Bedroom"
Julia McLemore, "A Leisure Suite #9"
Jaye Phillips, "Home"
Elizabeth Rassiga, "Middle-aged woman, K-2, Tent"
Patricia Sides, "Morning Mist"
Melanie Temmer, "Moose Pass"
Theresa Leona Votolato, "Staircase, Boboli"
Catana Barnes, "17 of 43 - A Visual Autobiography of Abuse &
Eugenia Uhl, ""Balls"
Colette Fu, "High Performance"
Gabrielle Gianella, "Bianca's Lilypad"
Catherine Roberts Leach, "Unemployment"
Meg Madison, "Shoes for Sale"
Beverly Pettit, "Chinese Duck Lunch"
Eugenia Uhl, "Apple"
Shoshannah White, "Circus"
Beverley Abramson, "Sara"
Nicole Rivelli, "The Polar Bear Swim"
Beverley Abramson "Untitled, Tel Aviv, Israel"
Rhiannon Connelly, "Contemplation"
Niki Gorick, "Bookstall Browsers"
Scarlet James, "Anguish"
Elaine Ling, "Nomadic Family, Gobi"
Nicole Rivelli, "Learie Jump"
Elizabeth Siegfried, "Droplet"
Beverley Abramson, "A Room With a View"
de Leng, "Hats"
Pam Ainsley, "Eye's View"
Ainsley, "Lowry in New York"
Gorick, "The gull feeder, River Thames"
Ling, "Abandoned, Namib Desert"
Ling, "Ovoo Gobi Desert"
Ling, "Dance Garden Havana"
Siegfried, "Off Season"
Elaine Ling, "Grandma's Chair Havana"
Siegfried, "Lady at the Door"
Ainsley, "Bridge of Sighs"
Ainsley, "Sky High London"
Guilfoyle "FiveGreen Stones"
Ling, "Ger Memorabilia, Gobi Desert, Mongolia"
Monica Orozco, "Freedom"
Jennifer Adams, "Moi Aussi"
Elizabeth Delgadillo, "Cross Face"
Joan Dooley, "Nimbus (Santa Monica, California)"
Joan Dooley, "Couple (Los Angeles, California)"
Marie Astrid Gonzalez, "NeoBurlesque"
Siri Kaur, "Simran, Age 11"
Kathleen Lorden, "Mr. and Mrs. Sunday"
Monica Orozco, "Jill"
Helen Robertson, "Another Bloody Nose"
Aline Smithson, "Arrangement in Green and Black #10, Portrait
of the Photographer's Mother"
Deborah Nall, "Bryant Park #3"
Karen Corrigan, "Snow Day"
Garry, "Road to Angola"
Heidel, "Black Cat in Villefranche, France"
Smithson, "Unguarded Area"
Zaslove, "Sequoias on Fire"
Donna DeLone, "Selfportrait #5"
Linda Heidel, "Impressionist Koi"
Jacks, "The Red Chopsticks"
Kurtz Migala, "Abi-straction #15"
Saska, "Blue Bird Flight"
Smithson, "The Cement Ball"
Dayle Ann Clavin, "Dance and the Soul"
Dayle Ann Clavin, "Syrinx"
Lyddiatt, "Glastonbury Festival"
Oliveira, "Angel and I III"
Katherine Childs, "Red Wall"
Katherine Childs, "Slide"
Friedrich, "Chicken & Chips"
Friedrich, "Dreams of the Dead"
Friedrich "Sensual Spring"
Barbara Lyddiatt, "Rose"
Friedrich, "Smile in Pink"
Gutek, "Kegs in Dublin"
Gutek, "At the Baltic Sea"
Lyddiatt, "Flying Goldfish"
Sealey, "Exterior Stand Pipe"
Unkart, "Canova Cries"
Villines, Photographer and WIPI Pro Member
Carrie Villines has been a Professional member
of Women In Photography International since 2001. During this time she assisted
in organizing WIPI exhibitions such as “Tea
& klick,” “Hollywood
Bound,” and WIPI’s booth at “photo
l.a.” She most recently served the organization as webmaster in
Carrie grew up in Tarzana, California. She received
a BA in English from UCLA and a Certificate in Photography from Santa Monica
College, and currently works as a freelance photographer in Hollywood, CA
shooting portraits, headshots, stock and fine art photography. Her work
has been exhibited in Southern California and published nationally. Villines'
work was selected by jurors Connie Butler (MOCA) and Joyce Wilson (Brooks)
to be included in WIPI's "Tea Time" exhibition and again selected
by jurors for "kitsch & klick." Her photos are represented
for stock by AGE fotostock and Alamy.
Bouverat, Director of Art Buying,
TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles
Jigisha Bouverat was raised on the fundamental
Chiat\Day philosophy that she was there to challenge everyday conventions
and to develop fresh ideas and inspiring visions. Simply, to do great work.
Jigisha has been a member of TBWA\Chiat\Day since 1989. In 1998, she became
Director of Art Buying, and with this role she incorporated the core Chiat\Day
principles into the department by forming a team of Art Producers who are
responsible for, and integral to, the creative and business processes at
the advertising agency. This philosophy of creating great work while meeting
the financial, production and timetable of the Client, has taken the Art
Buying department to the next level. Chiat\Day's Art Buying department works
with some of the top, most renowned photographers and artists in the world
to help produce some of the most memorable prints in advertising.
Photo Artist/President, Women In Photography International
Photo artist Jean Ferro began her career
in the visual arts in Hollywood in the 1970s, shooting personalities while
building a classic library of self-portraits. Throughout the '80s, Ferro's
fine-art self-portraits (1974-present) received international recognition
from magazines such as ZOOM magazine (1985 - 8 pgs., 1988 - 6 pgs.) and
French Photo, along with US national TV magazine shows for CBS and ABC
TV networks. The 1989 Women In Photography New Photographers Lecture Series
presented "Jean Ferro's Eye To Eye, the Art of Self-Portraiture."
In 1990, Ferro's "Statue of Liberty"
project marked her transition from fifteen years of traditional photography
into "Photo Art," mixing various mediums. A 1992/93 City of
Los Angeles Cultural Affairs award enabled Ferro to create "Through
Our Own Eyes, Self Portraits by People Without Homes," a compelling
30-minute photo/video documentary of Los Angeles' homeless community.
In 1996, “Global Liberty,” her photo-based mixed media work
using international newspapers from 42 countries, was exhibited at the
Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery, Los Angeles City Hall.
Ferro has been commissioned by Paramount Studios, Southern
California Regional Rail Authority, Capitol Records and DreamWorks, SKG
and others. In April of 2000, Jean became President of Women In Photography
Fijol, Photo Editor, Photo District News
Fijol is the Photo Editor of Photo District News magazine in
New York City. Prior to joining the publication, Fijol worked for the
Associated Press picture desk editing news photography packages. She then
went on to produce photo shoots for the advertising agency The Bravo Group,
a Young and Rubicam sister company, where she worked with clients such
as Sears, Philip Morris and AT&T. She recently completed the judging
for the PDN "30 Emerging Photographers" issue and will be a
juror for the upcoming Positive Focus reviews in Brooklyn New York.
Howe, Author/Curator/Founder, Curatorial Assistance Inc.
Graham Howe founded museum services company,
Curatorial Assistance Inc. in 1987 and is president of Curatorial Assistance
Traveling Exhibitions, a non-profit organization for the circulation of
art exhibitions. Howe received his Master of Fine Arts Degree in Painting,
Sculpture and Graphic Arts, majoring in photography, at the University
of California, Los Angeles, in 1979. From 1984 to 1985 he was visiting
curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. He was curator
to the Graham Nash Collection from 1976 to 1988 and the founding Director
for the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, from 1973 to 1975.
Howe has curated over 100 exhibitions and
is the author of several books on photographic art, including, Camera
Over Hollywood: Photographs by John Swope 1936-1938 (1999); Nudes:
Paul Outerbridge (1996): Eikoh Hosoe: META (1991); Tracings of
Light: Sir John Herschel and the Camera Lucida. (with Larry Schaaf) (1990);
Paul Outerbridge Jr: Photographs (1980); Paul Outerbridge: A Singular
Aesthetic (with Elaine Dines & Bernard Barryte) 1981); Two Views of
Manzanar: Ansel Adams & Toyo Miyatake (1978); The Graham Nash
Collection (1978); New Photography Australia: A Selective Survey
(1974). His critical writing has been published in numerous art journals.
Perloff, Founder/Editor, The Photo Review
Stephen Perloff is the founder and editor of The Photo Review,
a critical journal of international scope publishing since 1976, and editor
of The Photograph Collector, the leading source of information on the photography
art market. He has taught photography and the history of photography at
numerous Philadelphia-area colleges and universities and has been the recipient
of two grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts for arts criticism.
He was the recipient of the Sol Mednick Award for 2000 from the Mid-Atlantic
region of the Society for Photographic Education. He has curated more than
a score of exhibitions, from the notable exhibition "Philadelphia Past
and Present" at the Philadelphia Art Alliance for the city's tricentennial
in 1982 to the acclaimed series "Photography: Contemporary Prospect"
at Historic Yellow Springs (1994-2001). Recently he curated the exhibition
"Camera Work: A Centennial Celebration," which opened at the James
A. Michener Art Museum in September 2003 and travels through January 2005.
Creative Services Consultant
Born in New York, now living in Southern
California, Maria started her business as a marketing representative for
artists and photographers in 1978. She teaches classes for artists, designers
and photographers at the internationally renowned Art Center College of
Design in Pasadena, for Dynamic Graphics Training and at five local colleges.
Maria has been writing magazine articles since 1989 in industry publications
such as HOW Magazine, Digital Output, Petersen’s PHOTOgraphic, Rangefinder,
Step inside design, Shutterbug and Communication Arts. Recognition of
her achievements includes WOMAN OF THE YEAR by Women In Management and
WOMAN OF THE DECADE by Coastline Community College District.
Her first book, The Photographer's
Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion, was published by Writer's
Digest Books in 1988. Maria’s second book, Marketing & Promoting
Your Work, was published by NorthLight Books in their Graphic Design
Basics Series. Her most recent book, 3rd Edition The
Photographer's Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion,
was published by Allworth Press (New York NY). Turner Communications produced
Maria’s series of four videos on her seminars and conference workshop
topics. She has been a speaker at industry conferences since 1985. Maria
is a member of Society of Photographers and Artist’s Reps and has
served on the Advisory Boards for the University of California at Long
Beach Arts & Humanities Board, Visual Artists Association, Women In
Management, Orange Coast College, Women In Photography, The VICOM Conference
and The PHOTO Plus Conference Advisory Board.
Managing Director, En Foco/New
Miriam Romais is a photographer, independent
curator and Managing Director for En Foco, Inc. Her work has been exhibited
throughout the U.S., including the traveling Smithsonian Institution/SITES
exhibition "Americanos: Latino Life in the United States" (accompanying
book available through www.amazon.com).
En Foco, located in Bronx, NY, is a non-profit
organization whose commitment to photography brings you outstanding work
by photographers of African, Asian, Latino and Native American heritage.
En Foco's programs include exhibitions, the "New Works Award,"
a slide registry, and Nueva Luz, a unique tri-annual photographic journal
featuring fine art work by photographers of African, Asian, Latino and
Native American heritage residing in the U.S.
Shinde, Photo Historian/Writer/Curator (India)
Niyatee Shinde is a photo-historian
and curator who lives and works in Mumbai, India. She began her career
as a copy-writer with a well known advertising firm but soon began writing
reviews on photography exhibitions. She then began the study and documentation
of the scientific and historical development of Indian photography with
a focus on Deen Dayal the nineteenth century premier photographer. She
has a forthcoming volume on the life and works of Raja Deen Dayal. For
several years she was the principal photography writer with the Times
of India and later wrote several critical features on photography
for the Indian Express. She was also one of the founder-editors of the
Times Journal of Photography. She continues to contribute photography
essays and reviews to several publications in India and also has many
art and photography exhibitions (from concept to execution) to her credit,
including recently "we are not like that only" and "the
legacy of Raja Deen Dayal." Her work in the field of photography
has pioneered and founded an interest in the medium in India.
As Director and Curator at the Birla Academy
of Art and Culture in Mumbai, she runs a unique open community center
that encourages and showcases art from the traditional to the contemporary.
Recently she founded "TURMERIC EARTH - curatorial assistance"
an organization that offers assistance in all aspects of exhibition organization.
Vail, Editor-In-Chief/Publisher, TheScreamOnline
Stuart Vail is the Editor-in-Chief/Publisher
of the popular Internet magazine, TheScreamOnline, which features Art,
Photography, and Literature. Started in 2001, it quickly became very popular
and is now read by many thousands of people the world over. Past photography
features include John Isaac (former chief photographer for the U.N), the
pigment process of William Mortensen, Horace Bristol (Grapes of Wrath),
Sean Kernan, Rick Sammons, Gary Auerbach, Carol Nye (Caravanserai), Mark
Magidson (Baraka), Al Stewart (View from the Bandstand), Shanye Huang
(The Miao/Hmong of SW China), Robin Davis' "13 Women," Ronny
Leva (Images of Cuba), the alternative Polaroid techniques of Joanne Warfield,
14 photographers from Burning Man, and WIPI's own Tea Time winners. TheScreamOnline
also features heavyweight talents in the worlds of Art, Poetry, Fiction,
and Non-Fiction, with occasional articles on Music and Film.
Since 1978, Stuart has also worked in the
music/film business in Hollywood. As a music preparation supervisor at
Universal Studios, he has worked on over 500 movies, including the "Back
to the Future" series, "Field of Dreams," Shawshank Redemption,"
Good Will Hunting," "American Beauty," "Spiderman,"
Road to Perdition," and "Angels in America." He has written
arrangements for Woody Herman, Cher, Donald O'Connor, Andy Williams, Magician
David Avadon, and Gary Burton and the Buffalo Philharmonic. He composed
the music for episodes of "Batman: The Animated Series" and
also orchestrates for film.
Watson, Photo Historian,
Fox Talbot Museum (England)
Watson is a photo historian who has worked in the field for twenty-five
years. Formerly Assistant Director of Museum Studies at the George Eastman
House, Watson is now on staff at the Fox Talbot Museum in England where
he has created a database of Talbot's images and letters. His most recent
studies and writings have focused on the social and cultural
history of the years surrounding the birth of photography.
WIPI would like to thank the following
April 1, 2004
"virtual * visual : people - places - things"
An International Juried Online Photographic Exhibition
Presented by Women In Photography International
Entry deadline July 1, 2004
Exhibition runs August 1 - October 1, 2004 on
Angeles, CA: Women In Photography International (WIPI) announces
an international call for entries for "virtual
* visual : people - places - things," an international
juried online photographic exhibition of works by female photographers.
Deadline for entries is July 1, 2004, midnight PST. Exhibition will
run from August 1 - October 1, 2004 at www.WomenInPhotography.org.
* visual" will feature seventy-four juried images on WIPI's
web site. The call for entries is open to female photographers, professional
and amateur, using any photographic process. The exhibit will reflect
a variety of work from fine art to photojournalism to commercial photography:
"virtually everything" women photograph. Entries must be submitted
as digital files at www.WomenInPhotography.org via the online form.
In Photography International was created in 1981 as a 501.c.3 educational
outreach organization by women photographers to communicate ideas, opportunities
and their passion for photography. In 1985, the Distinguished Photographers
Award was established to honor women who have contributed significantly
to the world of photography. Previous winners include: Eve Arnold, Ruth
Bernhard, Judy Dater, Marion Post Wolcott, Linda McCartney, Mary Ellen
Mark, Ruth Orkin, Joyce Tenneson, Berenice Abbott and 2003 Award Winner
online resource center provides member galleries, reference library,
and the F2-eZine, which contains articles from around the globe, marketing
news, photography links, book reviews and competition listings, and
currently receives 40,000+ visitors/month.
WIPI is an international organization and has such a strong online presence,
an online exhibit is the perfect venue to showcase and promote the work
and vision of female photographers worldwide," said Jean Ferro,
photo artist and president of WIPI.
* visual" will be curated by Carrie Villines, Photographer
and WIPI Professional Member. Carrie views the integration of photography
and technology as a powerful tool for redefining creativity, and recognizes
the ability of the internet to further WIPI's mission of optimizing
exposure to an international audience.
* visual" will be juried by Jean
Ferro, Photo Artist/WIPI President; Jeanine Fijol, Photo Editor, Photo District
Howe, Author/Curator/Founder, Curatorial Assistance, Stephen
Perloff, Founder/Editor, The Photo Review, Maria
Piscopo, Creative Services Consultant; Miriam
Romais, Managing Director, En Foco (New York); Niyatee
Shinde, Photo Historian/Writer/Curator (India); and Stuart
Vail, Editor-In-Chief/Publisher, TheScreamOnline.com. From
the jurors' selection, viewers will be able to vote online for the People's
will be awarded for Best of Show, People’s Choice, and Best Professional
(USA and Foreign) and Amateur (USA and Foreign). There will also be
honorable mentions in each category. Prizes include WIPI memberships,
online photo galleries at www.WomenInPhotography.org, Allworth Press
photographic books, Calumet Photographic gift certificates, "Digital
Photo Pro" subscriptions, FotoQuote Pro 5.0 software, Fresh Lists
marketing databases, Light Impressions gift certificates and more.
* Visual" will also be archived in WIPI's extensive online
archive on www.WomenInPhotography.org.
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