Review Santa Fe Photo Festival 2019 Catalogue

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October 17 – 20, 2019



Review Santa Fe Welcome A LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR “What’s truer than truth?” The answer to this ancient proverb is “the story.”

Research shows that messages delivered as stories can be up to 22 times more memorable than facts alone. In the current tornado of media, facts are dismissed. Artificial intelligence is shaping the public domain; journalists are under attack, while publications are facing a war on truth. At the same time, our appetites for stories have never been heartier, as evidenced by hours of binging on complex long-form narratives.

©️ Gabriella Marks

Humanity’s propensity for stories has been in the making for 27,000 years of evolution. Narrative is integral to human understanding, learning, and interpretation of events.

Laura W. Pressley

Executive Director, CENTER The story and the truth seen through the personal photographic project is at the heart of CENTER. Earlier this year, environmental photographer Cristina Mittermeier said, “We need an army of visual storytellers to create bridges of empathy,” which speaks to one of our creative noble goals. Photography’s unique relationship to truth is positioned to reveal many of today’s critical issues. As we align together on the axis of responsibility, making each individual truth available to the world, we contribute to an engaged and empathetic global citizenship.

We invite you, photographers, alumni, reviewers and mission-driven storytellers, to join your allies here in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Here, you will find a profoundly unique sense of place for connecting to landscapes, cultures, and oneself. Please join us in our 25th year as we empower photographers to make and share images that affect minds, hearts, and lives. #RevealTheTruth2019

ts n e t n o C f o Table 8 Workshops 4 5 6

Festival Pass 2019 Reviewers Discover Santa Fe

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25 Years of CENTER 100 Photographers Portfolio Walk Book Fair CENTER Alumni

24 Artist Presentations 32 Photographic Print Raffle 36 Opening Speaker 37 Scholar Presentation 40 Event Map 41 Event Schedule 42 CENTER Membership 43 Acknowledgments 3

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ta Fe Fes tival Pass

Festival Passes allow access to the unparalleled networking and career building opportunities the weekend-long conference fosters. Join us at receptions and other events to meet photographers, editors, publishers, collectors, curators, and other photography lovers.


Image detail of Mt. St. Helens, from the project Mountains + Valleys Š� Millee Tibbs, 2015 Review Santa Fe Alumn,


// Artist Presentations // Opening night talk and reception // Portfolio Walk VIP Hour // Closing event and reception // Photographic Book Fair

À LA CARTE PORTFOLIO REVIEWS Festival Pass holders have the opportunity to purchase one-on-one portfolio reviews with select Review Santa Fe reviewers. The cost is $35 for CENTER Members and Alumni, and $45 for Non-Members, per review.

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The reviews are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration for à la carte reviews are only available on-site on October 18 and 19 before the start of each review session.


CENTER carefully curates a list of industry leaders and influencers to participate as portfolio reviewers each year. Many travel to Santa Fe to source talent for their galleries, books, magazines and online publications.

PUBLISHING BOOKS // David Chickey; Publisher & Creative Director, Radius Books // Joanna T. Hurley; President, HurleyMedia // Caitlin Kirkpatrick; Associate Editor, Chronicle Books // Jason Koxvold; Founder, Gnomic Book // Jennifer Lippert; Acquisitions Editor, Princeton Architectural Press // Savannah Sakry; Bookstore Manager, Photo-eye // Clint Woodside; Publisher, Deadbeat Club Press // Carl Wooley; Co-Founder, TIS Books

EDITORIAL // Aeriel Brown; Photo Director, Bloomberg Businessweek // Samantha Cooper; Senior Photo Editor, Wired Magazine // Christy Havranek; Director of Photography, HuffPost // Michael Kirchoff; Editor, Analog Forever Magazine and Catalyst: Interviews // Bree Lamb; Managing Editor, Fraction Magazine // Sarah Leen; Director of Photography, National Geographic // Benjamin Petit; Co-Founder & Director, Dysturb // Conor Risch; Senior Editor, Photo District News // Laura Sackett; Creative Director, Lensculture // Carson Sanders; Co-Founder, Aint-Bad Magazine // Annick Shen; Director, Editorial Content, Adobe // Aline Smithson; Founder & Editor, Lenscratch // Amber Terranova; Consultant, Magnum Photos // Jessie Wender; Photo Editor, The New York Times

EXHIBITING AND COLLECTING NON-PROFIT AND COMMERCIAL GALLERIES // Sam Barzilay; Co-Founder & Creative Director, United Photo Industries // Tonya Turner Carroll; Co-Founder, Turner Carroll Gallery // Mia Diaglish & Lisa Woodward; Co-Curators, Pictura Gallery // Kathy Dowell; Director of Arts Programming, Mid-America Arts Alliance // Ann Jastrab; Executive Director, Center for Photographic Art // Elizabeth Houston; Director, Elizabeth Houston Gallery // Anne Kelly; Director, Photo-eye Gallery // Pilar Law; Owner, Edition One Gallery // Jennifer Schlesinger; Gallery Director, Obscura Gallery // Chris Webster & Christopher Webster III; Founder & Chief Operations Officer, Webster Collection

MUSEUMS, CURATORS, AND FESTIVAL DIRECTORS // Susan Carlson; Assistant Curator, ICP // Zora Carrier; Executive Director, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts // John Jacob; McEvoy Family Curator for Photography, Smithsonian American Art Museum // Mia Lopez; Assistant Curator, DePaul Art Museum // Dr. Kymberly Pinder; Scholar, Curator & Provost at MassArt // Ysabel Pinyol; Curator, Mana Contemporary // Mary Anne Redding; Curator, Turchin Center for Visual Arts, Appalachian State University // Mary Statzer, Ph.D.; Curator, UNM Art Museum // Megan Steinman; Independent Curator & Director, The Underground Museum // Paula Tognarelli; Executive Director & Curator, Griffin Museum of Photography // Joanne Junga Yang; Curator, Korea International Photo Festival


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THE ARTS AND NEW MEXICO New Mexico’s legacy of photographic excellence began with some of the medium’s most defining names. Ansel Adams and his image Moonrise over Hernandez, Timothy O’Sullivan and the many images he made here to Alfred Stieglitz and his partner Georgia O’Keeffe who were both instrumental in the modern art movement. New Mexico has been an important place for photography and remains a top destination for artists and art lovers alike. Art enthusiasts journey from around the world inspired by the state’s artistic legacy, the sublime quality of light, rich culture, and expansive landscapes.

Santa Fe Santa Fe, known as “The City Different,” is home to a wealth of arts, culture, history, and countless breath-taking landscapes. Visitors come to our city to connect with nature and culture, and many leave with the sense of the deep history that makes Santa Fe so special. Originally home to the Tewa people, Santa Fe is one of the longest inhabited places in the country and the oldest state capitol. The history found here spans generations and cultures.

Image Detail of Downtown Santa Fe © Dan Monaghan


Image detail of Rachel, from the project SHE ©️ Rania Matar, 2019 Editor’s Choice Winner,


s p o h s k r o W e F a Review Sant EDITING AND SEQUENCING

October 16 – 17, 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.

Elevate your body of work and develop strategies for placing it into the public eye in this two-day workshop dedicated to photographers and collectors who wish to broaden their audiences. The backdrop to this immersive photographic discourse is the incomparable Santa Fe, New Mexico and is scheduled to accomodate those who wish to participate in the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival. This workshop offers the perspective of curators, editors, publishers and other industry professionals. Attendees discuss the importance of tailoring their body of work to different types of opportunities, from gallery and museum exhibitions to print publications and books. This workshop also includes an individual portfolio editing and sequencing session and an opportunity to identify outreach strategies for your work. Pre-registration is required.


Paula Tognarelli Executive Director & Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA Paula Tognarelli is the Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography. The Griffin Museum of Photography, located in Winchester, Massachsetts (outside Boston), is a nonprofit photography museum whose mission is to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional and social impact. Ms. Tognarelli is responsible for producing over 54 exhibitions a year at the Griffin and its surrounding satellite. She is a regular participant in national and local portfolio reviews, has been a panelist and featured speaker at photography events and conferences nationally, including MacWorld and Color Connections.

“Eighty percent of all exhibitions at the Griffin Museum produced include photographers found at portfolio reviews nationwide.”

Paula Tognarelli






BREAKING THROUGH: WHAT EDITORS AND CURATORS WANT Over the course of two days, this workshop focuses on photographic project advancement, including honing a statement of purpose, identifying collaborators, securing funding and effective presentations for curators, editors and other image professionals. Learn how to tailor material to fit the museum, gallery or publication ­— and how to best approach curators and editors for meetings and utilize limited resources to maximize impact. Participants have the opportunity to receive peer feedback and individual coaching sessions that include specific editing-and-sequencing advice from a curator and editor who take on new work each year. Other topics include networking, artist residencies and opportunities to connect with potential collaborators. This workshop is geared toward mid-career photographers and educators. Pre-registration is required.


October 16 – 17, 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.


Mary Anne Redding Curator, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, NC Mary Anne Redding is the Curator at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The Turchin Center hosts six galleries and provides opportunities for exhibitions and site-specific installations in all media. Past Review Santa Fe participants have been included in group exhibitions and awarded one-person installations. Redding has more than thirty years’ experience working as a curator, archivist, librarian, educator and arts administrator. She has written and published numerous essays on photography and contemporary art.

Christy Havranek Photo Director, HuffPost Christy Havranek is the Photo Director at HuffPost. With 17 years of experience in photography and digital media, she has previously worked in a variety of industries where each role centered on photography: Frommer’s Travel, NBCUniversal, Polo Ralph Lauren and Bloomsbury USA, among others. HuffPost licenses photo essays and assigns photographers to cover a variety of national and international topics — from breaking news to long-form enterprise pieces — which appear on their global platform. 9

“Migrants, journalists and U.S. activists run from tear gas on January 1, 2019 after U.S. Authorities fired tear gas over the border wall in Tijuana, Mexico,” From the project Caravana Migrante ©️ Kitra Cahana, 2019 Editor’s Choice Winner,



“The unexpected conversation, the searing image, the unforeseen opportunity, or the impact of hearing a fellow artist discuss his or her process can give artists bits of truth and provocation that tangle, battle, nurture, and ultimately make possible one’s own decisive and particular vision. Moments like these cannot be scheduled, but a place for their possibility can be created.”

25 year

Nancy Foley

Founding member of CENTER


of CENTER is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our mission is to honor, support and provide opportunity for gifted and committed photographers. Founded in 1994, CENTER is a community of mission-driven photographers, curators, editors, publishers, educators, and collectors. For 25 years, we have been empowering photographers to make and share images that affect minds, hearts and lives. CENTER programs attract a multicultural and multigenerational constituency from around the world, investigating important social, environmental, and political issues. Through our annual programs we act as a bridge between meaningful images and our expansive audience. CENTER has a three-prong programmatic strategy to carry out our mission: exhibitions and presentations; conferences and collaborative programs to foster community; and awards and project grants for direct financial support of photographic projects.

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND PROGRAMS // EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD recognizes an educator for their passion in photographic teaching with a $4,000 award. Awards have totaled over $50,000 since 1998. Nominations are due in the spring. // ME+EVE AWARD is a new $5,000 award for a female-identified cisgender, transgender, or non-binary photographer, 40 years of age and over, who uses their camera to address social justice. The deadline is in February annually. // PROJECT DEVELOPMENT GRANT for works-in-progress includes $5,000, an exhibition, online publication, and more. More than $30,000 cash has been distributed since its inception. The deadline is in February annually. // PROJECT LAUNCH GRANT supports a project or series with $5,000, exhibition, and presentation of the work. Winners have been awarded more than $100,000 since 1995. The deadline is in February annually. 12

// THE CHOICE AWARDS highlight outstanding photographers in three categories: Curator’s Choice, Director’s Choice, and Editor’s Choice. More than 7,000 images from over 30 countries enter the Awards with over $160,000 in cash and prizes awarded since 1995. The deadline is in February annually. // THE REVIEW SANTA FE PHOTO FESTIVAL brings photographers and industry leaders for a weekend of discussions, career advancement, education, and creative inspiration. The event consists of over 1,000 portfolio reviews with esteemed curators, publishers, gallery directors and editors; as a direct result, photographers have received exhibitions, publication, and many more opportunities. Over $70,000 in scholarships has been awarded since 2001. The deadline is in February annually. Stay up to date with our programs and subscribe to our mailing list at VISITCENTER.ORG/SUBSCRIBE-NOW.




1994 was a momentous year in the birth and soon-to-be future of CENTER. The organization was founded as Santa Fe Center for the Visual Arts. Its mission was to provide educational scholarships to deserving and committed photographers in need of financial support to further their paths as storytellers. In July of 1994, Sam Abell and Santa Fe Photographic Workshops teamed up to offer The Project Workshop for the first time. Sam had long believed in the importance of long-term, personal photographic projects in order to live a full and rich photographic life. At that time, many personal photographic projects never saw the light of day, but were kept in photo paper boxes and only pulled out once in a while. The Project Workshop held high the value and significance of personal photographic projects, building a campfire around which committed photographers sat. The response to this new forum was instantaneous in its ability to get personal projects out into the world and, in many cases, published. It became clear that Santa Fe Center for the Visual Arts, with its ability to offer support to photographers, was the ideal organization to champion long-term, personal photographic projects, which have been the heartbeat of the organization ever since.

Reid Callanan Founder, CENTER

CENTER has provided


in direct support and services to photographers since 1994 $180,000 in products and services received via the Choice Awards

$70,000 in Review Santa Fe Scholarships

$305,500 in cash through the Teaching Award, Project Competition/Launch, Project Development, me&EVE, Santa Fe Prize and the Santa Fe Fellows


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EVENT OVERVIEW // 100 vetted photographers from around the world // 1000 one-on-one portfolio reviews // 45 VIP Portfolio reviewers // 18 Artist Presentations from CENTER’s 2019 winners // 2 Professional Development Workshops // 1 Exhibition at Currents New Media Festival // 1 Evening Portfolio Walk with the 100 photographers // 1 Photographic Book Fair


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Congratulations to the 100 photographers invited to participate in the 19th annual Review Santa Fe Photo Festival! Join us on Friday, October 18, 2019 at the Farmer’s Market Pavilion in Santa Fe to see the work and talk to the 100 Photographers in person. The list of participating photographers and their work can be found online at VISITCENTER.ORG. Image detail from the project Cuban Muslims, Tropical Faith © Joan Alvado, 2017 Exhibitor’s Choice Winner,

ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS “I got one of my very first museum shows from Review Santa Fe. It was one of the most rewarding experiences of the early part of my career. I continue work with artists, museum curators and mentors I met there 13 years ago.“

Hank Willis Thomas

2006 Review Santa Fe Alumnus “Review Santa Fe is a wonderful event! It enabled me to have several face-to-face meetings with curators whom I had previously only known from afar, and these meetings resulted in several exhibitions and acquisitions at museums throughout the country.”

Jess T. Dugan

2018 Project Launch Grant Honorable Mention


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Image detail of Portfolio Walk Š Chris Mortenson, 2011 Review Santa Fe Alumnus,



CENTER provides a platform for the public to view the 100 portfolios of the 2019 Review Santa Fe Photographers and a chance to network with the invited photo professionals and the Santa Fe arts community. The annual Portfolio Walk welcomes esteemed gallerists, curators, editors and other photography enthusiasts to view a broad range of contemporary and documentary photography that encompasses social, environmental and political issues, including stellar fine art projects. Hundreds of photographers from around the world apply to take part in the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival. The invited 100 photographers are carefully selected by a new independent jury each year. For one night only, join us for an extraordinary opportunity to view the 100 compelling projects of the nationally and internationally recognized photographers.

Friday, October 18, 5 – 8 p.m. 5 – 6 p.m. VIP Preview Open to reviewers, press, VIP and Festival Pass holders 6 – 8 p.m. Portfolio Walk Free and open to the public 17

Review Santa Fe Photographic Book Fair The 2019 Photographic Book Fair is a space for notable photographic book publishers, indie publications, selected photographers, and art-book enthusiasts, to discover new projects and exchange ideas. This free and open to the public event takes place in conjunction with the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival. The book fair offers the opportunity to explore the photo book’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography, showcasing newly released publications from several publishers that includes AINT­—BAD, Chronicle Books, Gnomic Books, HurleyMedia, photo-eye Bookstore, Radius Books, TIS Books, Wilt Press and many others. Book signings with select artists will be arranged throughout the day.

©️ Mark Klett, courtesy of Radius Books



Sunday, October 20, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. O’Keeffe Room, Drury Plaza Hotel 828 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501



2019 Exhibitors Include





Review Santa Fe Alumni Listing

Laia Abril • David Emitt Adams • Eunice Adorno • Kael Alford • Linda Alterwitz • Jason Andrew • Fiona Annis • Marie Arago • Robert Avakian • Deborah Bay • Marion Belanger • JT Blatty • Elise Bloom • Judi Bommarito • Clarissa Bonet • Francesca Cao • Pelle Cass• Benjamin Chambers • Philip Cheung • Goseong Choi • Scott Dalton • Eddee Daniel • K.K. DePaul • Matt Eich • Aaron Elkaim • Klaus Enrique • Mark Eshbaugh • Ignacio Evangelista • David Favrod • Rose-Lynn Fisher • Francine Fleischer • Michelle Frankfurter • Misha Friedman • Pat Galagan • Gary Geboy • Amy Giese • Hans Gindlesberger • Julie Glassberg • Mika Goodfriend • Lauren Grabelle • Alexander Heilner • Amy Herman • Lucia Herrero • Brendan Hoffman • Billy Hunt • Lily Idov • Shanno Jensen • Kate Joyce • John Keedy • Lisa Kessler • Gaston Lacombe • Jimmy Lam • Jean Laughton • Jungeun Lee • Heidi Lender • Gloriann Liu • Carlos Loret de Mola • Mitsu Maeda • Stephen Mallon • Ben Marcin • Noelle McCleaf • Jennifer McClure • Rocky McCorkle • Michael Mergen • Diane Meyer • Laura Morton • Bruce Myren • Roberta Neidigh • Karen Novotny • Kevin O’Connell • Naoyuki Ogino • Jill Peters • Andrew Querner • Stan Raucher • Emilie Regnier • Christopher Rodriguez • William Scharf • Andi Schreiber • Bryan Schutmaat • Maria Jose Sesma • Robert Shults • Ashok Sinha • Sarah Stacke • Krista Steinke • Jamey Stillings • Jaroslaw Studencki • Mitsuo Suzuki • Motohiro Takeda • Hideki Takemoto • Jerry Takigawa • Amy Theiss Giese • Yamagata Tsutomi • Jay Tyrrell • Aaron Vincent Elkaim • Christopher Vium • Louise Carrie Wales • Satoru Watanabe • Rebecca L. Webb • Ansley West Rivers • Marc Yankus • Ji Hyun Yeo • Carmel Zucker


Myriam Abdelaziz • John Abousief • Douglas Adesko • Keliy Anderson-Staley • Water Astrada • Jessica Auer • Justyna Badach • Evan Baden • Alexia Beckerling • Andrew Beckham • Margaret Birnbaum • Colin Blakely • Elise Bloom • Mara Bodis-Wollner • Erik Boker • Tami Bone • Jennifer Boomer • Thomas Broening • Alejandro Cartagena • Caleb Charland • Dylan Chatain • Javier Chavarria • Richard Colburn • Meghan Cronrath • Gina Dabrowski • Stephen Dahl • Scott Dalton• Clemence de Limburg • Jason DeMarte • Julie Denesha • Erika Diettes • Rachael Dunville • Davin Ellicson • Lisa Fairstein • Kelly Flynn • Linda Foard Roberts • Judith Fox • Angela Freese & Anastastos Ketsios • Shauna Frischkorn • Myra Greene • Steffanie Halley • Ben Handzo • Steve Hanson • Lori Hepner • Jennifer Hoag • Dean Hollowood • Angela Jimenez • Barbara Karant • Christy Karpinski • Andrew Kaufman • Adam Kuehl • Marvi Lacar • Laurie Lambrecht • Doug Landreth • Juhong Lee • Jared Leeds • Rose Marasco • Bryce Marback • Tiana Markova-Gold • John Martin • Doug Menuez • Felicia Michaels • Judy Miller • Benjamin Montague • Karen Morgan • Ella Naef • Katie Orlinsky • Kate Orne • Lyle Owerko • Kathryn Parker Almanas • Eric Percher • Colleen Plumb • Josh Quigley • Felix R. Cid• Sarah Renkes • Susan Ressler • Cynthia Roelle • Darryl Schmidt • Mike Schwartz • Brian Shumway • Rebecca Sittler Schrock • Sarah Small • Eric Smith • Peter Snyder • Fernando Souto • Stuart Sperling • Stan Strembicki • Richard Stultz • Sarah Sudhoff • Chung Sum Chak • David Taylor • Lacey Terrell • Anthony Thompson • Phillip Toledano • Peter Treiber • Carrie Villines • Hiroshi Watanabe • Angela Wells • Jimmy Williams • Matthew Yates • Natalie Young Liz Arenberg • Matthew Arnold • Morgan Ashcom • Richard Ashley • Allison Barnes • Randi Beach • Lydia Billings • Carl Bower • Lily Brooks • Christina Capetillo • Clare Carter • Yukari Chikura • Christophe Cirendini • Paul Colangelo • Christine Collins • Tara Cronin • Julia Cybularz • Frances Denny • Peter DiCampo • Barbara Diener • Romy Eijckmans • Geoffrey Ellis • Andrew Fillmore • Teri Fullerton • Paul Gaffney • Preston Gannaway • David Gardner • Eleonora Ghioldi • Cassandra Giraldo • Mateo Gomez Garcia • Meggan Gould • Megan Griffiths • Erik Hagen• Amanda Hankerson • Miki Hasegawa • Cynthia Henebry • Lauren Hermele • Robb Hill • Anne Jennings • Shannon Johnstone • Sachiko Kawanabe • Natalie Krick • Jamie Kripke • Molly Lamb • Justin Lane • Justin Leonard • Amiko Li • Andrew Lichtenstein • Adam Long • Jessamyn Lovell • Qian Ma • Narayan Mahon • Victoria Maidhof • Alison Malone • Guy Martin • Ohad Matalon • Julie McCarthy • Calli McCaw • Mary Beth Meehan • Jeanine Michna-Bales • Nathan Millis • John Mireles • Giuseppe Moccia • Carolyn Monastra • Elizabeth Moran • Haley Morris-Cafiero • Go Nakamura • Meike Nixdorf • Walker Pickering • Birthe Piontek • Alice Proujansky • Josh Quigley • Kimberly Raff • Benjamin Rasmussen • Tamara Reynolds • Adam Reynolds • Michael Rich • Sasha Rudensky • Sheron Rupp • Marshall Scheuttle • Cathy Scholl • Manjari Sharma • Nicholas Shepard • Charlie Simokaitis • Alberto Sinigaglia • Aline Smithson • Michal Solarski • Jeffrey Stockbridge • Jiehao Su • Maija Tammi • Lacey Terrell • Bryan Thomas • Paul Thulin • Richard Tuschman • Cristian Ureta • Nikolas Ventourakis • Johanna Warwick • Allison Welch • Wenxin Zhang

2003 2009

James Abbott • Theo Anderson • Kristen Ashburn • Caitlin Atkinson • Frank Baudino • Damion Berger • Margarida Correia • N Dash • KayLynn Deveney • Erika Diettes • Derek Dudek • Bill Durgin • Natan Dvir • Jon Edwards • Eric Etheridge • Vanina Feldsztein • Melissa Fleming • Blake Fitch • Martine Fougeron • Eric Freeman • Angela Freese & Anastasto Ketsios • Wyatt Gallery • Stephen Galloway • Christine Gatti • Candace Gaudiani • Judy Gelles • Carol Golemboski • Susan Kae Grant • Jennifer Greenburg • Raul Gutierrez • Shuli Hallak • Greg Halpern • Rachel Herman • John B Hogan • Joseph Holmes • Whitney Hubbs • William Hundley • Chad Hunt • Jessica Ingram • Samar Jodha • David Julian • John Kane • Barbara Karant • Karolina Karlic • Doug Keyes • Chiho Kitajima • Michael Koerner • Shai Kremer • Claudia Kunin • Ferit Kuyas • Susan Lakin • Laurie Lambrecht • William Lamson • Molly Landreth • Leigh Anne Langwell • Nate Larson • William Laven • Sonya A. Lawyer • Curtis Mann • Mark Marchesi • Paula McCartney • David McClain • Heather McClintock • Tara Mcdermott • Ken Merfeld • Monika Merva • Yvonne Muller • Rick Nahmias • Liz Obert • David Ondrik • Lydia Panas • Sean Perry • Birthe Piontek • Mark Richards • Lisa Robinson • Bayete Ross Smith • Steven Scardina • Camille Seaman • Christine Shank • Takeshi & Yukki Shikama • Eric Smith • James Soe Nyun • Stacia Spragg-Braude • Krista Steinke • Bob Stevens • Todd Stewart • Martin Stupich • Jerry Takigawa • Jordan Tate • Jeanmarie Theobalds • Cole Thompson • Paul Thulin • Debra Tomaszewski • Daniel Traub • Jay Tyrrell • Garie Waltzer • Sarah Wilson • JeongMee Yoon


Gloria Baker Feinstein • Melanie Bennett • Dolores Bermak • Steve Bockstahler • Melanie Bozart • Sarah & Douglas Brown • Karen Bucher • Jennifer Caddell • Tina Carlone • Brigitte Carnochan • Esha Chiocchio • John Michael Coppinger • Mark Currie • Nora Delaney • Carlos Diaz • Susan Downey • Dale Ellison • Krista Elrick • Midori Evans • Lisa Folino • Jane Fulton Alt • Lyn Gaza • Jan Goddard-Finegold • Patricia Gomez • Theodore Greer • Cathryn Griffith • Renie Haiduk • Heather Hafleigh • Susan Hazen-Hammond • Mike Hettwer • Mary Daniel Hobson • Todd Hochberg • David Hoptman • Patrick Hurley • Janet Ingram • Laura Koskinen • Jack Kotz • Helen Lazar • Darcy Leck • Catherine Leuthold • Joe Long • Corrie McCluskey • Cathy West Mullins • A. Leo Nash • Thomas Price • Bruce Proctor • Michael Scott Rafferty • Bill Rouda • Milton Rowley • Patricia Schaefer • Michael Schwartz • Brian Skaggs • Bill Smoot • Kim Sorvig • Mary Tobin • Betsy Wall • Joanne Warfield • Marie Wilkinson • Peggy Williams • Linda Winski • Gary Wolfe • Richard Zoller

Susan Abrams • David Antreasian • Jo Antreasian• David Arnold • Ernesto Bazan • Mahesh Bhat • John Bonath • Susan Bowen • Angie Buckley • Julie Byron • Dean Chamberlain • Calvin Chen • Esha Chiocchio • Carola Clift • Kelli Connell • Julie Courvoisier • Tara Cuthbert & Stuart Solzberg • Andrea Cypress • Perry Dilbeck • Michele Dugan • Sandra Louise Dyas • Rose-Lynn Fisher • Lisa Folino • Carol Fonde • Charles Franklin • Bill Franson • Hal Gage • Shelley Gazin • Candace Plummer Gaudiani • Carol Golemboski • Jennifer Glass • Hyoungsun Ha • James Hajicek • Josh Haner • Chris Higgins • H. L C. Hijweege • Bill Hogan • Tony Hooker • Sarah Hoskins • Reiko Imoto • Lana Ip • Betsy Karel • Laura Kleinhenz • Richard Koenig • Amanda Koster • Kathe Kowalski • Francine Krieger • Patti Levey • Fleming Lunsford • David Maisel • Corrie McCluskey • Sarah McEneany • Monika Merva • Bernard L Meyers • Gaylen Morgan • Suzanne Opton • Jeannette Palsa • Carol Panaro-Smith • Jaye R. Phillips • Doug Plummer • Betty Press • Shawn Records • Stuart Rome • Mel Rosenthal • Ken Rosenthal • Ken Ross • Steven Rubin • Anne Savedge • Chip Simons • Wendy Small • Robert L. Smith • Alec Soth • Sharon Stewart • Jamey Stillings • Carla Swartz • Marnie Tenden • Lacey Terrell • Sara Terry • Linda Troeller • John Trotter • Ron Tucker • Laurie Tumer • Leonard Volk • Jan Wessels • Albert J. Winn • Bettina Wittereen • Carol Yarrow • Ewa Monika Zebrowski • David Zimmerman



Bobby Abrahamson • Frank Armstrong • Gloria Baker Feinstein • Bryan Boettiger • Bob Blair • Erika Blumenfeld • Patricia Brown • Pamela Buck • David Burnham • Beth Charlesworth • Adrian Chesser • Esha Chiocchio • Barbara Cummard • Andrea Cypress • Kay Denton • William Duryea • Beth Yarnelle Edwards • Krista Elrick • Howard Englander • Shannon Fagan • Lisa Folino • Bill Franson • Judy Gelles • Brent Gerity • Jennifer Glass • Andrew Z. Glickman • Martha Grenon • Cathryn Griffith • Beth Grimm • Lon Grinker • Yayoi Hamazaki • Anne Henning • Nakia Henry • Mary Daniel Hobson • Drake Hokanson • David Hoptman • Lola Huitt • Virginia Hunter • Michael Jang • Bonnie Jensen • Louise Krasniewicz • Julie Kremen • Jeffrey Krenzel • Irina Lawton • Doug Levere • Patricia Barry Levy • Manuel Llaneras • Ralph Loomis • Donna Luehrmann • Lorran Meares • Ray Meeks • Michael Patrick McAnelly • Edward McCain • Corrie McCluskey • Monika Merva • Bart Michiels • Johnny Miller • Tyagan Miller • G. Alan Myers • Mary Phillip Neiberg • Libby Nevinger • St. Clair Newbern III • Don Normark • Matt Oetzel • Mallorie Ostrowitz • Roseanne Pennella • Laura Pickett Calfee • Doug Plummer • Wes Pope • Bruce Proctor • Thomas Ritter • Ken Rosenthal • Gonzalo Rufatt • Genevieve Russell • Liza Sawyer • Sharon Schoen • Kristen Schmid • Chris Sessions • Tim Severson • Galia Shapira • Bobbie Smetherman • Louis Snitkoff • Jamey Stillings • Carla Swartz • Scott Swearingen • Paul Taggart • Shannon Taggart • Gail & Christopher Traughber • John Trotter • Dirk Wales • Joanne Warfield • Liz Welsh Abad • Joshua Willis • Johnny Wither • Bill Zorn





CENTER Alumni make up the fabric of our organization. Throughout the years we have proudly supported these photographers and careers, inspiring new generations to come.

Jeffrey Aaronson • Leslie Alsheimer • Julie Anand & Damon Sauer • Dave Anderson • Richard Ashley • Angela Bacon-Kidwell • Claire Beckett • Damion Berger • Margaret Birnbaum • Jonathan Blaustein • David Bowman • Brian Buckley • Jesse Burke • Lydia Burkhalter • Susan Burnstine • Shelley Calton • Olga Chagaoutdinova • Cori Chandler-Pepelnjak • John Charbonneau • Ashley Craig • Katrina d’Autremont • Ines d’Orey • Scott Dalton • Dornith Doherty • Stephen Dunn • Amy Eckert • Jon Edwards • Jeffris Elliott • Sarah Faust • Elizabeth Fleming • Jason Florio • LaToya Ruby Frazier • Terri Fullerton • Polly Gaillard • Lucia Ganieva • David Gardner • Deborah Hamon • Gayle Harper • Alexandra Huddleston • Jeff Hutchens • Sophie Jacobson • Dave Jordano • Matthew Kaelin • Hiroyo Kaneko • Cyrus Karimipour • Melissa Kaseman • Eileen Kennedy • Georg Kuettinger • Ferit Kuyas • Jimmy Lam • Katherine Lannin • Christine Laptuta • Hyomin Lee • Benjamin Lowy • Janelle Lynch • S. Billie Mandle • John Mann • Kerry Mansfield • Anthony Marchetti • Rebecca Martinez • Bryan Meltz • Mark Menjivar • Graham Miller • Kevin Miyazaki • Brad Moore • Stefanie Motta • Shayok Mukhopadhyay • Jarrett Murphy • Yoichi Nagata • Kelly Neal • Pamela Pecchio • Janet Pritchard • Jennifer Ray • Abbie Reese • Beatrix Reinhardt • Brook Reynolds • Kaycie Roberts • Dana Romanoff • Jane Rosemont • Aaron Wickenden & Dan Rybicky • Ari Salomon • Emily Shur • Christopher Sims • Jonathan Smith • Aline Smithson • Herb Stratford • Lacey Terrell • Sonja Thomsen • Amy Todd • Kurt Tong • Arnon Toussia-Cohen • Ian van Coller • Lori Waselchuk • Curtis Wehrfritz • Wendel White • Sarah Wilson • Brad Wilson • Susan Worsham • Margaret Wright

M.J. Alexander • Delaney Allen • Evan Anderman • Anne Arden McDonald • Liz Arenberg • Jeremiah Ariaz • Svetlana Bailey • Garrett Baumer • Guido Belli • Magda Biernat • Edie Bresler • Shane Brown • Antoine Bruy • Ellen Cantor • Angela Casagrande • Trevor Christensen • Joy Christiansen Erb • Dennis Church • Camille Coleman • Pam Connolly • Jose Luis Cuevas • Matt Dallos • Marcus DeSieno • Phyllis Dooney • Yvette Marie Dostatni • William Douglas • Ines Dümig • Alejandro Duran • Tsar Fedorsky • Matthew Finley • Ellen Garvens • Samantha Geballe • Simona Ghizzoni • Cat Gwynn • Dorie Hagler • Patti Hallock • Drew Harty • Lori Hepner • Abbey Hepner • Katty Hoover • Michel Huneault • Anne Jennings • Ville Kansanen • Barbara Karant • R. J. Kern • Justin Kimball • Wawrzyniec Kolbusz • Tarrah Krajnak • Lou Krueger • Steven Laxton • Peter Leighton • Isa Leshko • Chris Letcher • Morgan Levy • Gloriann Liu • Pablo Lopez Luz • Jessamyn Lovell • Sara Macel • Jessica Magallanes - Martinez • Michael Matsil • Justin Maxon • Bruce McKaig • Noah McLaurine • Monika Merva • Hye-Ryoung Min • Jillian Mitchell • Angela Mittiga • Carl Moore • Greer Muldowney • Hiro Nakashima • Bertil Nilsson • Scott Norris • Jane Olin • Kathryn Oliver • Paccarik Orue • Mike Osborne • Karoliina Paatos • Ke Peng • Eric Pickersgill • Janet Pritchard • Camilo Ramirez • Shawn Records • Astrid Reischwitz • Michael Rich • Shane Rocheleau • Ken Rosenthal • Kristen Schmid • Benjamin Schonberger • Jay Seawell • Tabitha Soren • Melissa Stallard • Leslie Starobin • Judith Stenneken • Rob Stephenson • Laura Stevens • Monika Sziladi • Matjaz Tancic • Milisa Taylor-Hicks • Millee Tibbs • Jay Tyrrell • Heather Wetzel • Krista Wortendyke • Zoe Zimmerman

Ed Ailor • Linda Alterwitz • Amy Anderson • Morgan Ashcom • Clint Baclawski • Andrew Beckham • Jose Beltran • Cynthia Bittenfield • Joann Black • Matthew Black • Aaron Blum • Mark Brautigam • Priscilla Briggs • Jesse Burke • Christopher Capozziello • Scott Chandler • Ejen Chuang • Christina Clusiau • Brent Daniels • Christopher Dawson • Yolanda del Amo • Tamas Dezso • Emile Hyperion Dubuisson • Laura El-Tantawy • McNair Evans • John Faier • Sabrina Fassbender • Angus Fraser • Dima Gavrysh • Ayala Gazit • Vance Gellert • Michelle Given • Jeffrey Goggin • Lea Golda Holterman • Norihisa Hosaka • Jason Jaacks • Josef Jacques • Tom M. Johnson • Priya Kambli • Rhea Karam • Haruhiko Kawaguchi • Paul Kranzler • Jeff Krueger • Kevin Kunishi • Lauren Lancaster • Dina Litovsky • Kevin Kunishi • Joyce P. Lopez • Jessamyn Lovell • Eamon Mac Mahon • Sarah Malakoff • Justin Maxon • William Mebane • Monika Merva • Rizwan Mirza • Christopher Mortenson • Judy Natal • Justin Newhall • Laura Noel • Paccarik Orue • Michele Palazzi • Michela Palermo • Lydia Panas • Ki Park • Jesse & Jason Pearson • Mark Peterman • Mark Peterson • Daryl Peveto • Robert Harding Pittman • Mike Rebholz • Jean-Michel Reed • Ryan Spencer Reed • Ruben E. Reyes • Paul Rider • Jesse Rieser • David Rochkind • Dawn Roscoe • William Rugen • Sean Salyards • David Schalliol • Camille Seaman • Gregg Segal • Guillaume Simoneau • Matt Slaby • Mark Slankard • Alix Smith • Jared Soares • Todd Stewart • Jamey Stillings • Karen Strom • Sarah Sudhoff • Jordan Tate • Lacey Terrell • Andrea Tese • Lex Thompson • Chiara Tocci • Daniel Traub • Stephen Vaughan • William D. Wade • Donna J. Wan • Kaho Yu

Wendy Babcox • Tami Bahat • Tama Baldwin • Susan Barnett • Petra Barth • Andrea Birnbaum • Sarah Elizabeth Borst • Jill Brody • Leslee Broersma • Lynne Buchanan • Annette Burke • Patty Carroll • Eric Carroll • Sandra Chen Weinstein • Natalie Christensen • Elizabeth Claffey • Maëlle Collin • Robin Dahlberg • Chervine Dalaeli • Teri Darnell • Adam Davies • Lee Day • Ryan Debolski • Marcus DeSieno • Chris Dowell • Michael Dvorak • Jeff Enlow • Klaus Enrique • Joseph Fammartino • Jim Ferguson • Justin Fiset • Adair Freeman Rutledge • David Gardner • Sam Goblirsch • Nathaniel Grann • Muriel Hasbun • Joachim Hildebrand • Michael Hitoshi • Kevin Horan • Ryotaro Horiuchi • Amy Horowitz • Jon Horvath • Benjamin Hoste • Dai Ito • Lee Johnson • Ryota Kaji Kajita • David Kasnic • R. J. Kern • Peter Killeen • T.J. Kirkpatrick • Yasutaka Kojima • Makoto Kubo • Eric Kunsman • Mario Lalau • Ward Long • Oren Lukatz • Melissa Lynn • Sara Macel • Mitsuharu Maeda • Amanda Marchand • Steven Marks • Lesia Maruschak • Noelle Mason • Shinya Masuda • Diana Matar • Peter Mather • Maggie Meiners • Yvette Meltzer • Rachelle Mendez • Christine Merchent • Melanie Metz • Johnny Miller • Kevin Miyazaki • Haley Morris-Cafiero • Yasunori Murayama • Mike Osborne • Brendan Pattengale • James Porschen • Terry Ratzlaff • George Richardson • Thad Russell • Marja Saleva • Kyra Schmidt • Alyssa Schukar • Lawrence Schwartzwald • Santiago Serrano • Leslie Sheryll • Skip Smith • Agnieszka Sosnowska • Amber Sowards • Allison Stewart • Theo Stroomer • Bryan Thomas • Inna Valin • Santiago Vanegas • Martin Venezky • Archana Vikram • Patrick Wack • Bill Westheimer • Matt Williams • Kiliii Yüyan

2006 2012


Carla Anderson • Dave Anderson • John Babineau • Nathan Baker • Gloria Baker Feinstein • Susan Bank • Cara Barer • Arlene Becker • Chris Becker • Andrew Beckham • Christa Kreeger Bowden • David Bowman • Polly Brown • Pelle Cass • Dennis Chamberlin • Michal Chelbin • Lana Citowsky • Stewart Cohen • Victoria Cooper • Barbara Crane • Anna Mia Davidson • Todd Deutsch • Jesse Diamond • Heidi Donat • Beth Dow • Melanie Einzig • Howard Englander • Douglas Ethridge • Celeste Fitcher • Lisa Folino • Colette Fu • Wyatt Gallery • Chrystel Garipuy • Christine Gatti • Richard Giles • Susan Kae Grant • Irving Greines • Debe Hale • Deborah Hammond Nelson Hancock • Jessica Todd Harper Naomi Harris • Stephen Harrison • Susan Herdman • Kristine Heykants • Robb Hill • Cary Jobe • Eirik Johnson • Keith Johnson • Chris Jordan • Harri Kallio • Barbara Karant • Sherry Karver • Siri Kaur • Misty Keasler • Jean Laughton • Christine LoFaso • Jeff & Vanessa Louviere • Jessamyn Lovell • Yuri Marder • Helene Marie Markoe • Rania Matar • William Mebane • Andrew Miksys • Leah Missbach Day • Jonathan Moller • Margaret Moore • Bill Murcko • David Murcho • Celeste Nelms • Eric O’Connell • Kevin O’Connell • David Pace • Ed Panar • Rachel Papo • Maxine Payne • Stepehen Petegorsky • Susana Raab • Lisa Reddig • Peter Riesett • Jordan Scheiner • Dona Schwartz • Gregory Scott • Traer Scott • Keith Sharp • Bonnie Smith-Newman • Barbara Southworth • Leslie Starobin • Steven Stenzel • Monkia Sziladi • Alejandro Tomas • Seth Thompson • Pamela Vander Zwan • Dylan Vitone • David H. Wells • Andrea Wolff • Donald Woodman • Robert Yager • Torrance York


Julie Alexander • Thomas Alleman • Linda Alterwitz-Mizrahi • Elena Anosova • Ryan Arthurs • Mathieu Asselin • Svetlana Bailey • Sue Bailey • Kristin Bedford • Magda Biernat • Melissa Borman • Lynne Buchanan • Kai Caemmerer • Liz Calvi • Pelle Cass • Jo Ann Chaus • Sandra Chen Weinstein • Marna Clarke • Debi Cornwall • Lacey Criswell • Tara Cronin • Kris Davidson • Rocio de Alba • Norman Diamond • Megan E. Doherty • Nicola Dracoulis • Kelly Eisworth • Carol Erb • Eva Fazzari • Nicholas Fedak II • Bin Feng • Francine Fleischer • Rich Frishman • Pat Galagan • Judy Gelles • Daniel Goncalves • Jennifer Greenburg • Naomi Harris • Katie Harwood • Teri Havens • Lori Hepner • Abbey Hepner • Kevin Horan • Jordi Huisman • Yoko Ishii • Amy Jorgensen • Greg Kahn • Barbara Karant • Melissa Kaseman • Eric Kayne • Angie Keller • Alvaro Laiz • Robert Langham • Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge • Jennifer Little • Rachel Loischild • Kelia Anne MacCluskey • Billie Mandle • Gabriella Marks • Takatoshi Masuda • Yasunori Matsui • Noah McLaurine • Luke Montavon • Laura Morton • Miisha Nash • Yoshi Okamoto • Meike Paniza • Laura Pannack • Jason Pearson • Jesse Pearson • Toni Pepe • Brittany M. Powell • Emma Powell • Jessica Eve Rattner • Suzanne Revy • Kim Richardson • Jenny Riffle • Lissa Rivera • Emily Schiffer • Matt Shallenberger • Emily Sheffer • Robert Shults • Joel Simpson • Laura Skinner • Minta Maria Smail • John Steck Jr • Peter Steinhauer • Elizabeth Stone • Krista Svalbonas • Ayumi Tanaka • Sara Terry • Mila Teshaieva • Andrew Thompson • Jay Tyrrell • Nat Ward • Leigh Webber • Curtis Wehrfritz • Wendel White • David White • Amani Willett • Don Wolfe


Jody Ake • Jane Alden Stevens • Amy Anderson • Gloria Baker Feinstein • Kireilyn Barber • Douglas Beasley • Daniel Beltra • Hollis Bennett • Elizabeth Bernstine • Matthew Besinger • Jonathan Blaustein • Carl Bower • Nan Brown • Angie Buckley • Alejandro Cartagena • Javier Chavarria • Cesar Chavez Lechowick • Sarah Christianson • Edmund Clark • Daniel Coburn • Sam Comen • Bill Crawford • Katrina d’Autremont • Matt Eich • Max de Esteban • Sora DeVore • Yvette Marie Dostatni • Maureen Drennan • Adam Ekberg • Nils Ericson • Sarina Finkelstein • Francine Fleischer • Kelly Flynn • Morgan M. Ford • Michael Forster Rothbart • Colette Fu • Taylor Glenn • Allison Grant • Toni Greaves • Sharon Lee Hart • Lucy Helton • Tracey Hogan • Joseph Holmes • Yoko Kanayama • Eileen Kennedy • Claudia Kunin • Muema Lambe • Rubi Lebovitch • Tom Leininger • Isa Leshko • David Leventi • Douglas Ljungkvist • Jennifer Loeber • Amy MacWilliamson • Daniel Marchand • Mayra Martell • Kendall McMinimy • Hector Mediavilla • Toby Morris • Shayok Mukhopadhyay • Nancy Newberry • Elizabeth Noble • Landon Nordeman • Blake Ogden • Sarah Palmer • Isabelle Pateer • Gilbert Plantinga • Dana Popa • Alessandra Quadri • Susana Raab • Jason Reblando • Jerry Redfern • Ellen Rennard • Chad Ress • Justine Reyes • David Rochkind • Michael Sebastian • Manjari Sharma • Jon-Phillip Sheridan • Amber Shields • Emily Shur • Susan Lynn Smith • Alix Smith • Amber Sowards • John Stanley • Chad States • Jamey Stillings • Sarah Szwajkos • David Taylor • Lacey Terrell • Carrie Thompson • Chikara Umihara • Sophia Wallace • Eamon Ward • Grace Weston • Brad Wilson • David Wolf • Carl Wooley • Francesca Yorke • Luca Zanier


2004 2010 2016

Mary Lou App • Gloria Baker Feinstein • Kireilyn Barber • Marguerite Beaty • Melonie Bennett • Todd Bertolaet • Julie Blackmon • Betsy Boyle • Jack Bridges • Nana Buxani • Michael Cannon • Sam Cheng • Carola Clift • John Conway • Don Crowe • Andrea Cypress • Patricia Dalzell • Scott Davis • Tanya Ortega de Chamberlin • Janet Delaney • Julie Dermansky • KayLynn Deveney • Carlos Diaz • Melissa Eder • Davin Ellicson • Mark Eshbaugh • Douglas Ethridge • Andrew Faulkner • Judith Faust • Diane Fenster • Dana Fritz • Matthew Garrett • Candace Gaudiani • Steven J. Gelberg • Susan Kae Grant • Julles Greenberg • Tim Griffith • Jane Grossenbacher • Millicent Harvey • Cheryl Hatch • Sarah Hobbs • Danny Hobson • Desiree Holman • Ambler Hutchinson • Carmelo Iaria • Linda Ingraham • Eirik Johnson • Chris Jordan • Laurie Victor Kay • Karen Keating • Sant Khalsa • Karen Kuehn • Jimmy Lam • Rebecca Sexton Larson • Elaine Ling • Annie Lopez • Michael Lundgren • Corrie McCluskey •Kathleen McLaughlin • Larry McNeil • Daniel Milnor • Barbara Robin Molloy • Joan Myers • Lori Nix • Laura Noel • Nancy Pastor • Craig Payne • Gilles Perrin • Diane Pierce • Amie Potsic • Elizabeth Rappaport • Patricia Richards • Lisa Robinson • Eric Rorer • Jessica Rowe • Kristin Satzman • Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson • Betsy Schneider • Emily Simon • Mine Sinclair • Radek Skrivanek • Aline Smithson • Margaret Stratton • Maggie Taylor • David Taylor • Marianne Thomas • Vicki Topaz • Ian van Coller • Lorena Guillen Vaschetti • Sarah G. Vinci • Terri Warpinski • Noah Webb • Byron Wolfe

Dorthe Alstrup • Timothy Archibald • Tracey Baran • Christopher Barbour • Julie Blackmon • Sheila Pree Bright • Jessica Bruah • Ernie Button • Sparky Campanella • Alison Carey • John Chervinsky • Joy Christiansen Erb • Diane Collins • Rebecca Cummins • Julie Denesha • Monica Denevan • Todd Deutsch • KayLynn Deveney • Jessica Dimmock • Beth Dow • Scott Eiden • Daniel Farnum • Baldomero Fernandez • Tania Fernandez • Alida Fish • Rose-Lynn Fisher • Lisa Folino • Tom Fowlks • Candace Gaudiani • Jonathan Gitelson • Lynn Goldsmith • Jay Gould • Jules Greenberg • Kyoko Hamada • Eric Hansen • Stephen Harrison • Cig Harvey • Pamela Hawkes • Mary Daniel Hobson • Alison Hoekstra • Jessica Jacobs • Dave Jordano • Paula Kelly • Eric Klemm • Katherine Knight • Alan Kornfeld • William Lamson • Erika Larsen • Deana Lawson • William Lesch • Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao • Beth Lilly • Amanda Marchand • Michael Matsil • Annu Palakunnathu Matthew • Michael Maytal • Chandra Meesig • Sybil Miller • Apollonia Morrill • Adam Nadel • Steffanie O’Hanlon • Lydia Panas • Rachel Papo • Mary Parisi • Sean Perry • Russel Phillips • Donna Pinckley • Dulce Pinzon • Marisa Portolese • Susana Raab • Stephen Rader • Simon Roberts • Lisa Robinson • Ken Rosenthal • Dana Salvo • Marie Sauvaitre • Gregory Scott • Camille Seaman • Erin Shafkind • Matt Siber • Kerry Skarbakka • Wendy Small • Amy Stein • Mark Story • Joseph Sywenkyj • Carlos Tarrats • Amber Terranova • Sonja Thomsen • Lucas Thorpe • Brian Ulrich • Will Van Overbeek • Hiroshi Watanabe • Noah Webb • Sheri Wei • John Weiss • Bill Westheimer • Jo Whaley • Hank Willis Thomas • Lloyd Ziff • Ryan Zoghlin Jenn Ackerman • David Emitt Adams • Martin Adolfsson • Nicholas Albrecht • Linda Alterwitz • Amy Anderson • Keliy Anderson-Staley • Alex Arzt • Matthew Avignone • Gloria Baker Feinstein • Susan A. Barnett • Jordan Baumgarten • Andrew Beckham • Yael Ben-Zion • Chris Bennett • Susan Berger • Emily Berl • Peter Blakely • Amanda Boe • Tara Bogart • Samantha Box • Kristy Carpenter • Patty Carroll • Alejandro Cartagena • Catharine Carter • Jeremy Chandler • Tony Chirinos • Barbara Ciurej • Elizabeth Claffey • Daniel Coburn • Jackson Couse • Cristina De Middel • Carolyn Drake • Harlan Erskine • Attila Floszmann • Misha Friedman • Matthew Gamber • Terri Garland • Noelle Swan Gilbert • Meggan Gould • Tim Greyhavens • Lars Håberg • Kyoko Hamada • Jessica Todd Harper • John Hathaway • Lottie Hedley • Chantal Heijnen • Nicole Jean Hill • Jon Horvath • Timothy Hyde • Rachael Jablo • Thilde Jensen • Joe Johnson • Tom M Johnson • Marie Jongerius • Dina Kantor • Soohyun Kim • Alejandro Kirchuk • Ellen Kok• Yiorgos Kordakis • Julia Kozerski • H Lee • Isa Leshko • Lisa Lindvay • Gloriann Liu • Kerry Mansfield • Pablo Martínez • Michael Matsil • Justin Maxon • Aspen Mays • Marc McAndrews • Ariana McLaughlin • Dimitri Mellos • Alyssa Miserendino • Sarah Moore • Jay Muhlin • Heather Musto • Janire Nájera • Landon Nordeman • Cara Phillips • David Politzer • Marisa Portolese • Ethan Rafal • Susannah Ray • Mike Rebholz • Justin James Reed • Annick Rosenfield • Brian Christopher Sargent • Jonathan Saruk • Ross Sawyers • Tina Schula • Dona Schwartz • Lauren Semivan • Theo Stroomer • Brandon Thibodeaux • • Brett Van Ort • Samantha VanDeman • Julia Vandenoever • Santiago Vanegas • Donna J. Wan• Aaron Wojack Rhiannon Adam • Scott Alberg • Cassi Alexandra • Vivien Allender • Jaime Alvarez • Javier Alvarez • Amanda Annand • Dirk Anschutz • Michele Arazi • Sandra Bacchi • Fatemeh Baigmoradi • Tama Baldwin • Kristen Bartley • Stas Bartnikas • Lindsey Beal • Shannon Benine • Mona Bozorgi • Michael Cardinali • Jeremy Chandler • Peikwen Cheng • Esha Chiocchio • Tony Chirinos • Troy Colby • Andrew Cullen • Lee Day • Denis Defibaugh • Marcus DeSieno • Brooks Dierdorff • Jess Dugan • Daniel Farnum • Rose-Lynn Fisher • Timothee Franco • Adair Freeman Rutledge • Gianmaria Gava • Thomas Gearty • Juan Giraldo • Pam Goode • Garrett Grove • Mimi Haddon • Alice Hargrave • Muriel Hasbun • Alexander Heilner • Abbey Hepner • Jacob Hessler • Constanza Hevia • Jeffrey Heyne • Shine Huang • Jodie Hulden • Megan Jacobs • Camilla Jerome • Shannon Johnstone • Vikesh Kapoor • Kyra Kennedy • Meghan Kirkwood • Todd Lauther • Jarod Lew • Larry Louie • Lisa McCord • Frank Mullaney • Jim Nickelson • George Nobechi • Mikael Owunna • Christos Palios • Ilana Panich-Linsman • Zoe Perry-Wood • Melissa Pinney • Alex Potter • Denise Prince • Nataly Rader • Benjamin Rasmussen • Laura Beth Reese • Emma Ressel • Tamara Reynolds • Sarah Rice • Jesse Rieser • John Sanderson • David Schalliol • Maggie Shannon • David Shannon-Lier • Amber Shields • Liz Steketee • Jamey Stillings • Maria Sturm • Kogoro Suzuki • Stephanie Taiber • Daisuke Takakura • Jerry Takigawa • Millee Tibbs • Jay Tyrrell • Tomas van Houtryve • Daniel Tepper • Vitoria Mentasti • Melanie Walker • Joshua Watson • Ken Weingart • Shoshannah White • William Widmer • Mike Williams • Edie Winograde • Tara Wray • Shun Yong • Wendy Young • Frederic Zafran


Review Santa Fe Artist Presentations The 2019 Award & Grant winners travel to Santa Fe as part of the award package to present their work at the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival. Each photographer will give a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session moderated by Mary Statzer, Ph.D. This program is made possible with the support of the NM Humanities Council.

Mary Statzer Curator of Prints and Photographs University of New Mexico Art Museum

Saturday, October 19, 1 – 5:30 p.m.

Mary Statzer holds an MFA in printmaking and Ph.D. in art history with specialties in the history of photography and museum studies. She has published articles in Aperture magazine and edited a multi-author book, The Photographic Object 1970, released in 2016. She organized the exhibition Patrick Nagatani: A Survey of Early Photographs at the University of New Mexico Art Museum.

Sama Alshaibi Carry Over Project Development Grant, Winner Juror: Lucy Gallun, Museum of Modern Art “I’m interested in the societal impact of unequal power relations between the West and the Middle East, and how that domination is articulated through photographs. By using Albumen printing, a popular print process of the 19th and early 20th century, I am evoking a near century in which the West controlled the Middle East.”

Kitra Cahana Caravana Migrante Editor’s Choice Award, 2nd Place Juror: MaryAnne Golon, Washington Post A caravan of thousands of asylum seekers reached Tijuana in Mexico in November 2018, hoping to gain asylum in the US. The caravan was self-organized and swelled in numbers along the way as it made its way from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, heading toward the Californian border. This particular caravan has become a symbol of the Central American migration crisis.


Cody Cobb Strange Land Curator’s Choice Award, 2nd Place Juror: Makeda Best, Harvard Art Museum “These portraits of the Earth’s surface were made during extended periods of solitude while in various states of being lost, cold, hungry or sleep-deprived. Having been stripped of basic human comforts, I’m forced to confront the staggering indifference of the forces that have shaped our existence. In this exhaustion, there’s a moment of surrender to the unforgiving and unknowable.”

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For nearly a century, within psychiatric and medical establishments, members of the LGBTQ community were characterized within the psychiatric diagnostic manual, the DSM, as mentally ill, and treated as such by the community at large. This project highlights the history of mischaracterizing LGBT members as mentally ill, psychotic, unstable, unhinged, and “crazy” so that society can remember what this community had to struggle through to reach their current status of equality.

Annette Fournet The Goddess Series Excellence in Multimedia Award, 2nd Place Juror: Josh Raab, National Geographic “In The Goddess Series I am using vintage photographic portraits of women. I transform each individual with digital collage into a particular mythological goddess. Disturbed and concerned by the regressive and repressive attitudes towards women found in current in political and religious groups today, I am moved to create images of women who can wield power (in positive or sometimes in negative behaviors). I am expressing the power, exotic, spiritual, and esoteric qualities of women.”

Rich Frishman Ghosts of Segregation Curator’s Choice Award, 1st Place Juror: Makeda Best, Harvard Art Museum Ghosts of Segregation photographically explores America’s racism as seen in the vernacular landscape; schools for “colored” children, theatre entrances and restrooms for “colored people,” lynching sites, juke joints, jails, hotels and bus stations. Past is prologue. Segregation is as much current events as it is history. These ghosts haunt us because they are very much alive. 25

Paul Guilmoth & Dylan Hausthor Sleep Creek Project Launch Grant, Honorable Mention Juror: Virginia Heckert, The J. Paul Getty Museum Sleep Creek is a landscape filled with trauma and beauty. It’s a place where animals are only seen when they’re being hunted and humans balance between an unapologetic existence and an abyss of lunacy. These images manipulate a landscape that is simultaneously autobiographical, documentary, and fictional: a weaving of myth and symbol in order to be confronted with the experiential.

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Too Far to Walk is a maternal mortality story. It’s a story of the women of West Pokot and their struggle to stay alive, to survive childbirth, a right all women should have. On average, one woman or girl dies due to complications from childbirth every two minutes. 75% of these deaths could be prevented with access to low-cost basic sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Astrid Jahnsen Backdrop Curator’s Choice Award, 3rd Place Juror: Makeda Best, Harvard Art Museum “I check the encyclopedias I used to study and the absence of women seems evident in both its content and its editing. Backdrop highlights this lack, re-photographing the woman who appears in the encyclopedia by chance, as someone who walked by unexpectedly at the time of the shoot, without the photographer’s intentional gaze, and without her knowing being looked at.”

Lesia Maruschak MARIA Director’s Choice Award, 1st Place Juror: Monica Allende, Getxo Photo “MARIA — a complex exploration of memory and its sensual expression ­— memorializes the more than four million victims of the 1932-33 famine in Soviet Ukraine — an event widely thought to be genocidal; this portable memorial offers diverse entry points for a broad audience and is intended to transform the ways we remember this historic event which has impacted my identity, my community, and the one living Canadian survivor known to me, Maria F., and be transformative to the ways we remember similar atrocities happening now.” 26

Rania Matar SHE Editor’s Choice Award, 1st Place Juror: MaryAnne Golon, Washington Post “In my continuous exploration of what it is like to be a girl and a woman today, in a world that poses endless questions on girls and women of all backgrounds, I am focusing this project on young women in their late teens/early twenties. They are the ages of my daughters — they are leaving the cocoon of home, entering adulthood and facing a new reality they are often not prepared for — a humbling reality most often harder than they expected and less glamorous than what is portrayed on social media.”

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Excellence in Multimedia Award, 1st Place Juror: Josh Raab, National Geographic Photographer Rocky McCorkle created the narrative and directed the photographs in the first ever “walk-through movie” with 88-year-old Gilda, You and Me on a Sunny Day. McCorkle’s series of 135 photographs is conceived as a silent film in the form of a sequence of stills. Gilda Todar’s (1927 –­ 2017) colorful life is revealed in photographs that share her memories.

Moira McDonald Pacifica Project Launch Grant, Honorable Mention Juror: Virginia Heckert, The J. Paul Getty Museum “I placed my darkroom trays out overnight to collect small puddles of the clouds to dip my silver papers in; they were then exposed on an overcast day until the fog was either absorbed by the paper or evaporated back into the atmosphere. These photographs are traces of automated nature, of collecting and letting go, of natural breath, of process, and of intervention, participation and engagement within the landscape — ­ these are photographs of the fog in Pacifica.”

Kevin Mooney 366247 • 2012 Excellence in Multimedia Award, 3rd Place Juror: Josh Raab, National Geographic 366247 • 2012 is a time-based piece, rooted in still photography, and can be presented as a video or video projection installation. The more than 256,000 still images, presented as a photographic stop-motion animation, allow the viewer to witness Mooney’s day-to-day routines, the same acts that everyone engages in on a regular or daily basis. Time.



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“I consider my work a kind of documentation of a city or a specific neighborhood. For the Time Lapse project I sit on a single spot, unnoticed, for about 2 hours, photographing a sequence of people passing by against one unique background. These quotidian gestures, combined, create a unique narrative of life by a wall in a place in the world.”

Maria Sturm You don’t look Native to me Director’s Choice Award, 3rd Place Juror: Monica Allende, Getxo Photo Since 2011, Maria Sturm has photographed teenagers from the Lumbee tribe in and around Pembroke, North Carolina, where almost 90 percent of the population identifies as Native American. Sturm’s series You Don’t Look Native to Me considers how young Native people present themselves today in relation to their identity and culture.

Igor Tereshkov Oil and Moss Project Launch Grant, Winner Juror: Virginia Heckert, The J. Paul Getty Museum There are about 1.5 million tons of oil poured out annually to the environment in Russia. This figure is approximately twice the volume of the spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. About 50% of Russian oil produced in KhMAO licensed areas often coincide with the places of residence of indigenous peoples.

Image detail from the project Oil and Moss ©️ Igor Tereshkov, 2019 Project Launch Grant Winner,


Image detail from the project Too Far to Walk Š� Lori Hawkins, 2019 me&EVE Winner,




Review Santa Fe Photographic Print Raffle Help support the Photographer’s Scholarship Fund. Purchase tickets for a chance to own a CENTER award-winning photographic print, special drawing by Joel-Peter Witkin, and more at the 2019 Photographic Print Raffle. Tickets are $10 each, $25 for 3 tickets, $100 for 13 tickets, and $140 for 20 tickets. The drawing will be held around 6:20 p.m. on Saturday, October 19 at the Drury Plaza Hotel. You need not be present to win. Email to purchase tickets via proxy. Stay tuned to our website as more prints will become available in the coming weeks.


JOAN ALVADO 2017 Exhibitor’s Choice 3rd Place Untitled, from the project “Cuban Muslims, Tropical Faith” Archival Pigment Print, 24” x 32” Value: $500

SALVATORE CALAFATO 2015 Director’s Choice 3rd Place Untitled, from the project “A Day on the Beach” Archival Pigment Print, 20” x 26.75” Value: $1,200

MORLEY BAER Backwater, Nr. France, 1957. Signed ©️ 2015 The Morley Baer Photography Trust, Santa Fe. All reproduction rights reserved – Used by permission Silver Gelatin Print, 14” x 16” Value: $2,000

PHYLLIS DOONEY 2015 Editor’s Choice 1st Place Baptismal Embrace Archival Pigment Print, 11” x 17” Edition 1 of 12 Value: $700





JOEL-PETER WITKIN Mystery drawing To be revealed at the time of raffle Value: $3,500


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INÉS DÜMIG 2015 Project Launch Winner Untitled, from the project “Apart Together” Archival Pigment Print, 12.75” x 16.75” Value: $600

DEMETRIS KOILALOUS 2017 Exhibitor’s Choice 1st place Untitled, from the project “CAESURA / The duration of a sigh” C-Print, 26.75” x 26.75” Edition 1 of 7 Value: $3,500


KURT SIMONSON 2012 Curator’s Choice 3rd Place Birdhouse Archival Inkjet Print, 12” x 18″ Value: $750

ERIC WHITE 2011 Editor’s Choice 3rd Place Untitled, from the project “National Defense” Archival Inkjet Print, 27” x 32.5″ Value: $1,500



Image detail of Washboard Roads, from the project Sleep Creek ©️ Dylan Hausthor & Paul Guilmoth, 2019 Project Launch Grant Honorable Mention



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Carry Over Carry Over recalls and subverts historical Orientalist portraits made of Middle Eastern women. Women were often depicted carrying vessels of bread or water on their head and staged lounging with “oriental” props that built an uncritical fantasy of the hidden harem for Western audiences. Alshaibi's work amplifies the physical burden of representation found in those photographs, while using traditional processes from the colonial era. The project resists superficial analysis that reduces Middle Eastern women’s rights and opportunities, which keeps them affixed to assumed subordinate positions in the imagination of others. Photography studios were largely run by Western photographers, and the images they produced were valued as characterizations of the region. The appetite for the exotic, the distant lands and peoples living a simpler time — by Western audiences meant the Orientalist photographer’s vision of Middle Eastern women were captured to express inferiority, picturesqueness of native culture and as the exotic sexual object. Alshaibi writes, "I’m interested in the societal impact of unequal power relations between the West and the Middle East, and how that domination is articulated through photographs. By using Albumen printing, a popular print process of the 19th and early 20th century, I am evoking a near century in which the West controlled the Middle East."

Thursday, October 17, 6:30 p.m.

Image detail of Water Bearer ©️ Sama Alshaibi


Sama Alshaibi 2019 Project Development Grant Winner Sama Alshaibi’s artwork explores the body and spaces of conflict in the aftermath of war and exile. Alshaibi’s monograph, Sand Rushes In (New York: Aperture, 2015) presents her Silsila series, which probes the human dimensions of migration, borders, and environmental demise. Silsila was exhibited at the 55th Venice Biennale, 2017 Honolulu Biennial, Qalandia International Biennial (Haifa), American University Museum (Washington D.C.), and more. Her exhibitions also include the 13th Cairo Biennale (Egypt), MoMA (NY), Bronx Museum (NYC), Arab American National Museum (Michigan). She was awarded a US Fulbright Scholar Fellowship to Palestine, 2014-2015. Alshaibi was named University of Arizona’s 1885 Society Distinguished Scholar, where she is Professor of Photography, Video and Imaging.


©️ Stephen A. Frank, Diane Arbus with her photograph Identical twins, Roselle, N.J. 1966, during a lecture at the Rhode Island School of Design in 1970

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A Box of Ten Photographs: The Odyssey of Diane Arbus

In late 1969, Diane Arbus began to work on a portfolio. At the time of her death in 1971, she had completed the printing for eight known sets of A box of ten photographs, of a planned edition of fifty, only four of which she sold during her lifetime. This presentation draws on my research for Diane Arbus: A box of ten photographs, the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the portfolio. Using the recorded voices of those who knew and worked with her, it tracks the evolution of an Arbus canon grounded in her work on the portfolio; the solidification of that canon as a consequence of her untimely death; and the emergence of a discourse as institutions sought to accommodate and respond to its challenges. Considered in relation to the portfolio, the odyssey of Diane Arbus is the odyssey of photography itself---of a field and its language. Bridging Arbus’s career with that of photography as we now know it was the portfolio, A box of ten photographs.

Sunday, October 20, 11 a.m.


John Jacob McEvoy Family Curator for Photography, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC John Jacob was previously Director of the Inge Morath Foundation, and manager of its annual Inge Morath Award, as well as Program Director at the Magnum Foundation, where he developed archival projects for its Legacy Program. His recent exhibitions at the Smithsonian include Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen and Diane Arbus: A box of ten photographs.




Review Santa Fe Event Map

EXHIBITIONS RADIUS BOOKS 227 E Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501

CURRENTS 826 826 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501 CENTER + CURRENTS: A Collaborative Exhibition EDITION ONE 728 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501 ASMP New Mexico and Edition ONE Gallery Present: A Contemporary Look at Childhood in New Mexico NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART 107 W Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Bringing Together: Recent Acquisitions OBSCURA GALLERY 1405 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Brigitte Carnochan - Emily's Garden PHOTO-EYE GALLERY 541 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Reuben Wu 40

WEBSTER COLLECTION 54 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501


THE UNIV. OF NEW MEXICO ART MUSEUM 203 Cornell Dr, Albuquerque, NM 87106 To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults

DESTINATIONS DRURY PLAZA HOTEL 828 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Festival Hotel, Workshops, Portfolio Reviews, Artist Talks and Photographic Book Fair FARMER’S MARKET PAVILION 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Portfolio Walk

Image detail of Birds at Home, from the series Domestic Vacations ©️ Julie Blackmon, 2006 Project Competition Winner,

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 // WORKSHOP 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. Breaking Through Pre-registration required // WORKSHOP 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. Editing and Sequencing Pre-registration required

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 // WORKSHOP 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. Breaking Through Pre-registration required // WORKSHOP 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. Editing and Sequencing Pre-registration required // CHECK IN 5 p.m. — 6:30 p.m. RSF 100 and Festival Pass Holders // WELCOME 6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m. Welcome and Presentation Private // RECEPTION 7:30 p.m. — 9 p.m. Opening Reception Festival Pass Holders

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 // REVIEW SESSION A 10 a.m. — 3:25 p.m. Portfolio Review A, Palace Ballroom Private // PORTFOLIO WALK 5 p.m. — 6 p.m. Farmer’s Market Pavilion VIP Walkthrough and Festival Pass Holders // PORTFOLIO WALK 6 p.m. — 8 p.m. Farmer’s Market Pavilion *

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 // REVIEW SESSION B 9 a.m. — ­ 12:50 p.m. Portfolio Review B, Palace Ballroom Private // REVIEW SESSION C 2 p.m. — 5:25 p.m. Portfolio Review C, Palace Ballroom Private // ARTIST PRESENTATIONS 1 p.m. — 5:30 p.m. Drury Plaza Hotel, Lamy Room * // RAFFLE DRAWING 6 p.m. — 6:30 p.m. Drury Plaza Hotel RSF 100 and Festival Pass Holders // CLOSING EVENT 7 p.m. — 8 p.m. Drury Plaza Hotel RSF 100 and Festival Pass Holders

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 // BOOK FAIR 10 a.m. — 5 p.m. O’Keeffe Room, Drury Plaza Hotel * // SCHOLAR PRESENTATION 11 a.m. Drury Plaza Hotel * 41

CENTER Become a Member CENTER membership standard benefits include membersonly exhibition opportunities, discounts on entry fees, discounts on portfolio review events, and more!

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS // $35 ALUM/STUDENT/SENIOR 65+ standard benefits // $55 INDIVIDUAL standard benefits // $120 SUPPORTING all the above benefits, plus an online listing and 40-minute photo consultation // $300 PATRON all the above benefits, plus a featured photographic book and Review Santa Fe Festival Pass // $500 SUSTAINING all of the above benefits, plus invitations to CENTER special functions // $1000 BENEFACTOR all of the above benefits, plus a collectable print from a CENTER award winner







Image detail of Night Watchman (Budapest), 2009 from the project Here, Anywhere ©️ Tamas Dezso, 2011 Project Launch Winner,


CENTER Thanks You CENTER gratefully acknowledges our program partners, donors and leaders that help us to fulfill our mission. We express our deepest thanks to the Gumbo Foundation and the MAE Foundation for your invaluable support of the Review Santa Fe Photo Festival. We would also like to thank Nancy Foley and Martha (Marty) Swanson, founding staff members, who gave shape to the organization and created a strong foundation from which to grow. CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS


// Evan Anderman, Ph.D.; President; Geologist and Photographer // Nathan Benn; Vice-President; former Magnum Photos Director and Trustee Emeritus at the George Eastman House // Reid Callanan; Treasurer; Director, Santa Fe Workshops // Peter Ogilvie; Photographer // Susanna Space; Writer and Co-Owner, Big Swing // Dyanna Taylor; Director/Producer and Director of Photography

// Laura Wzorek Pressley; Executive Director // Angie Rizzo; Exhibits and Programs Manager // Whitney Wernick; Programs Coordinator // Ethan Carpenter; Intern // Cyberian Frontier; Website Developer // Phyllis Panzeter, Ph.D.; Bookkeeper



// Sam Abell; National Geographic Photographer, Former President of Santa Fe Center for Photography // Barbara Goodbody; Founding Member, Santa Fe Center for Photography // Joanna T. Hurley; President, HurleyMedia; Former President, CENTER

// Gay Block; Photographer // Verna P. Curtis; Independent Photography Curator // Mary Anne Redding; Curator, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts // Aline Smithson; Photographer, Founder of Lenscratch // Amber Terranova; Independent Photo Director and Educator // Santiago Vanegas; Photographer

The Review Santa Fe Photo Festival is made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, the Santa Fe Arts Commission and the 1% Lodgers Tax.

REVIEW SANTA FE 2019 SCHOLARSHIP FUND DONORS // Anonymous // Joanna T. Hurley // Melanie McWhorter // Mary Anne Redding // MAE Foundation


October 17, 6:30 p.m. October 18, 6 p.m. October 19, 1 p.m. October 19, 6 p.m. October 20, 10 a.m.


Opening Presentations and Reception Portfolio Walk, Farmer’s Market Pavilion Artist Presentations Print Raffle and Closing Event Photographic Book Fair



Front cover: Image detail of Liminal State, from the project Strange Land ©️ Cody Cobb, 2019 Curator’s Choice Winner, Back cover: Image detail of Rift, from the project Strange Land ©️ Cody Cobb