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Hi all –
P1xels continues to dominate my life. It’s why I have not released any music in two years. The good news is that I still get excited every day when I see some of the new work that comes in to the site, Pixels At An Exhibition. If you visit the site, you will see why. It’s been quite an adventure: I love the artists and their art. We’ve been getting a lot of press coverage lately and I expect that to increase exponentially once we announce the first ever major show at a major east coast museum
(I can’t announce formally just yet), opening next spring.

So we have a new show opening this weekend …
New works of iPhone photography from around the world from a number of incredible artists who are a part of this global, and emergent art community. Pixels: The Art of the iPhone is an astounding show, and will run until October 30. Please join us at the reception. Several of the artists will be there.

You can see a quick run-through of the show here: http://youtu.be/BNieJyC-bv0

The Giorgi Gallery is located right underneath the Claremont Hotel, at:
2911 Claremont Ave.
Berkeley, California

Hours:
Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat.: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: Noon to 6 p.m.

The OPENING RECEPTION is this Saturday, September 24, 6 to 10 p.m.

It is possible to see the gallery by appointment. Please write us info@pixelsatanexhibition.com or call 510-612-6124.

Don’t forget that we receive new images every day from around the world at Pixels At An Exhibition.
Everyone needs a dose of beauty on a daily basis!

So, yes, this is an amazing and exciting show … I hope you all can make it.

Knox


Seasons of Crisis, Faces of Hope Photography Campaign
The Seasons of Crisis, Faces of Hope competition wants you to capture an extraordinary moment in time. The image should spread awareness of people in crisis, as well as present the message; even in life’s darkest moments, a glimmer of hope always exists. Photos will be chosen based on the participants ability to clearly carry out this message. The top 15 photos will be on display in our traveling exhibition beginning Nov. 2011 and running through Sept. 2012. Prizes will be awarded based on the following categories: Professional, Amateur and Kids.
Contest will run from Monday, Sept. 5, 2011 through Monday, Oct. 3, 2011.
For more information contact Amy Koshy at akoshy@contactcrisisline.org.


February 24, 2011
NYC

In dating and in love, the common advice is always: “It will come when you’re not looking for it.”

I think the foundation of this idea is true and it applies to all things in life, not just love. But I would like to make a slight alteration to this idea. Events, people, love, and success appear when you’ve made space for it in your life.

Last fall I started an unconventional art gallery with my long time friend, fellow artist, Kesha Bruce. We started to promote the work of an amazing roster of artists and started having conversations as gallery directors and art dealers. All of sudden I am no longer an artist in search of a gallery. My head space changed and shifted and I no longer felt the burning need to sign on with the perfect gallery.

When you’re searching for love, a career break, a baby, or any of those normal human desires, your need for it can take over. The need grows larger and larger and before long, there is no room for the very thing you want most. All the spaces are occupied by the need. This is ironic given that we perceive the need as an emptiness, a lack of something.

With the creation of Baang and Burne Contemporary and a clear vision on how I am to proceed forward with my artistic career, I contracted. I became a heavier mass while taking up less space, trading 50lbs of cotton for 50 lbs of gold so to speak. Then all of sudden, I was offered an exhibition by an amazing gallery in SoHo, NYC.

The thing we desire the most cannot appear until we are ready for it and when we’ve made room for it.

Will you make some room on your calendar and join me at the opening reception for “Sustain” photographic works from my epic series Wok the Dog at HousProjects.

HousProjects
31 Howard St, 2nd FL
March 4, 2011
7-10pm

If you like this post, please retweet it and share it with your friends. I look forward in meeting you.

PS. Interestingly, both Kesha Bruce and Michael Kirchoff (another amazingly talented artist on B+B’s roster) were both offered great exhibition opportunities within 3 months of the formation of B+B. The burning desire went away and we all made space in our lives for other things.

To own a limited edition print of “Number 14, Casablanca, Morocco, 2010”
©CharlieGrosso

we hope you will make plans to join us at Eno’s next Thursday night as we share some of our more recent photo work.

Love & Photographs,
the As

The 3rd installment of CRAVE is coming soon and we’re joining forces with GO OAK CLIFF to bring you Blues, Bandits & Barbecue – a neighborhood competition extravaganza and BBQ-OFF that is sure to be a spicy delicious good time. You don’t want to miss it!
and ARTISTS:
we want to put your Art in front of an audience of hundreds. (if you were at Bastille on Bishop, you know what we mean and you know the folks over at Go Oak Cliff really know how to throw a party)
submit today. Deadline is August 15th. Bring it!
submission form is HERE

©Ange Fitzgerald


We hope to see you, this show promises to be really fun!
Here’s how it works, when you arrive and if you’d like to purchase art, you can draw a number for $20, then you match up that number with the corresponding print on exhibit.
get there early because we may sell out of numbers before the night is over.
this exhibit and project is close to our hearts because it benefits the kids Ange has been working with this summer as part of the Food on the Move program with Americorps & Central Dallas Ministries. (watch the video below and turn up your volume)

The Hip Shootout: The Hipstas vs the Droids is TONIGHT *(and one night only) at the UTD Visual Arts Gallery

Thanks SO MUCH to the Artists who donated their work for this show and a VERY SPECIAL THANKS to our badass Sponsors


we can't wait for the CRAVE COMEBACK!!!


Artists and Vendors submit HERE.
Musicians, send a link to your myspace or mp3s to info@photopolus.com.
DEADLINE: AUGUST 19

Details:
We are accepting submissions from all ARTISTS, inviting MUSICIANS to apply to the fest and also accepting applications from select ART VENDORS.

More than anything else, we are excited about this opportunity to celebrate our creative community on a regular basis and are very much looking forward to seeing YOU at the first show.

Artists:
Your $25 submission fee allows you to present for consideration to the CRAVE Jury up to 3 pieces / jpgs of your original work that you either currently have ready to show or plan to build out for the event.

Our jury reviews all work anonymously. That’s right, our jurors won’t have a clue whose work they are reviewing.

All mediums are accepted.

Don’t WAIT TO SUBMIT! Since this is a monthly exhibit, we will be accepting submissions through August 15, 2010 for the September show and through September 15 for the October show.
However, the sooner you submit, the sooner you could potentially showcase your work so don’t wait!

Artists! submit your applications here. All entries must include 1 to 3 jpgs at least 640 pixels wide.

Vendors and Musicians:
We are also accepting ten art vendors each month, who will be guaranteed a spot for $100.
*please note, if you purchase a vendor booth, you must be present (or have trained staff present) for the duration of the event to sell your work/products. If you wish to participate as a vendor or a band, please email info@photopolus.com. NOTE: Bands need only pay a $25 submission fee, and will be assigned a 30-40 minute time slot upon acceptance to the festival.

CRAVE Jury:
Andrew Tolentino
Ange Fitzgerald
Cara Michelle Smith
Cathey Miller
Clint Scism
Frank Lopez
Guy Reynolds
Havi Frost
Kevin Obregon
Lisa Lindholm
Mark Nelson
Robb Conover
Richard Ross
Sergio Garcia
Vanessa Neil

Note: 3-4 jurors will be assigned to each set of submissions per month and will rotate throughout the year.

Thanks so much and happy creating for CRAVE!
We can’t wait to see your stuff.

Love&Photographs,
The As

Artists submit HERE.
Musicians, send a link to your myspace or mp3s to info@photopolus.com.
Vendors, email details on your creative wares to info@photopolus.com
DEADLINE: MAY 26th

photo & poster design by Ange

Details:
We are accepting submissions (ALL MEDIUMS considered) from all ARTISTS, inviting MUSICIANS to apply to the fest and also accepting applications from select ART VENDORS.

We are excited about this opportunity to celebrate our creative community, create an ongoing awareness of the cool camera culture in Dallas and can’t wait to see YOU at the next show, on May 9 (bring your mom!) noon-6pm.

CRAVE is a monthly juried exhibition, OUTDOOR installation, music festival and Art Party in the parking lot at NOVA in Oak Cliff. (Formerly Kavala at 1417 West Davis Street Dallas, TX 75208).

Your $25 submission fee allows you to present for consideration to the CRAVE Jury up to 3 pieces / jpgs of your original work that you either presently have ready to show or plan to build out for the festival. Artists accepted to exhibit receive 70% of their total sale.

Our jury reviews all work anonymously. That’s right, our jurors won’t have a clue whose work they are reviewing.

All mediums are accepted.

Since this is a monthly exhibit, we will be accepting submissions through May 26 for the June 13 event.
However, the sooner you submit, the sooner you could potentially showcase your work so don’t wait!

Vendors and Musicians:
We are also accepting ten art vendors each month, who will be guaranteed a spot for $100.
*please note, if you purchase a vendor booth, you must be present (or have trained staff present) for the duration of the event to sell your work/products. If you wish to participate as a vendor or a band, please email info@photopolus.com. NOTE: Bands need only pay a $25 submission fee, and will be assigned a 40 minute time slot upon acceptance to the festival.

CRAVE Jury:
Andrew Tolentino
Ange Fitzgerald
Cara Michelle Smith
Cathey Miller
Clint Scism
Frank Lopez
Guy Reynolds
Havi Frost
Kevin Obregon
Lisa Lindholm
Mark Nelson
Robb Conover
Richard Ross
Sergio Garcia
Vanessa Neil

Note: 3-4 jurors will be assigned to each set of submissions per month and will rotate throughout the year.

Thanks and happy creating for CRAVE!
We can’t wait to see your stuff.

Love&Photographs,
The A’s

Don’t forget to SAVE THE DATE for the May installment of CRAVE (2nd Sunday on May 9)

photo & poster design by Ange

Artists and Vendors submit HERE.
Musicians, send a link to your myspace or mp3s to info@photopolus.com.
DEADLINE: APRIL 19

Details:
We are accepting submissions from all ARTISTS, inviting MUSICIANS to apply to the fest and also accepting applications from select ART VENDORS.

More than anything else, we are excited about this opportunity to celebrate our creative community on a regular basis and are very much looking forward to seeing YOU at the first show.

Artists:
The submission format has changed from last year’s OCAC. We will be featuring a monthly juried exhibition and OUTDOOR installation.

Your $25 submission fee allows you to present for consideration to the CRAVE Jury up to 3 pieces / jpgs of your original work that you either presently have ready to show or plan to build out for the festival.

Our jury reviews all work anonymously. That’s right, our jurors won’t have a clue whose work they are reviewing.

All mediums are accepted.

Since this is a monthly exhibit, we will be accepting submissions through June 15, 2010.
However, the sooner you submit, the sooner you could potentially showcase your work so don’t wait!

Submit your applications here. All entries must include 1 to 3 jpgs at least 640 pixels wide.

Vendors and Musicians:
We are also accepting ten art vendors each month, who will be guaranteed a spot for $100.
*please note, if you purchase a vendor booth, you must be present (or have trained staff present) for the duration of the event to sell your work/products. If you wish to participate as a vendor or a band, please email info@photopolus.com. NOTE: Bands need only pay a $25 submission fee, and will be assigned a 30 minute time slot upon acceptance to the festival.

CRAVE Jury:
Andrew Tolentino
Ange Fitzgerald
Cara Michelle Smith
Cathey Miller
Clint Scism
Frank Lopez
Guy Reynolds
Havi Frost
Kevin Obregon
Lisa Lindholm
Mark Nelson
Robb Conover
Richard Ross
Sergio Garcia
Vanessa Neil

Note: 3-4 jurors will be assigned to each set of submissions per month and will rotate throughout the year.

Thanks so much and happy creating for CRAVE!
We can’t wait to see your stuff.

Love&Photographs,
The A’s

Hey Camera Gangstas, this just in… the updated lineup for CRAVE on April 11th during the 2nd annual OAK CLIFF ART CRAWL includes Giggle Party and we couldn’t be happier or more excited.
add that to the mix of LOVIE, RTB2, Dave of THE FELONS, Clay Pendergrass, Anna Procter, Luna Matto, Drawn by Jaymz & Cocky Americans and good grief, we’ve got ourselves a helluva show, yo!
hope you’ve marked your calendar.
here are the brilliant ARTISTS who will be exhibiting some AMAZING work:
(we’re SO proud)
Chris Bingham
Cabe Booth
Can Turk
Dan Colcer
Delaney Allen
Eve Wada
George Wada
Joe Horner
Joshua Smith
Kelsey Foster
MJ Cardenas
Nicole Horn
Sundee Corley
Tanya Meuer
Wendy Wezensky

oh SNAP. it's gonna be a PARTY!

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