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I met with a wonderful group of Dom Lippillo’s photo students at MSU yesterday, where I gave an artist talk. They had such great questions! It was quite enjoyable. Thanks all!
I’m having a showing of my Suburban Sublime project at Mississippi State University through the month of March. The reception falls in the middle of the run, March 21, from 4—6pm. Not an optimal time and a bit far away, but if you happen to be in the neighborhood, I’d love to see you.
I’m proud to have my work featured today on the wonderful photoblog Lenscratch. Please check it out, along with all the other exciting work reviewed there. Thank you Aline Smithson! http://www.lenscratch.com/2013/01/photonola-christopher-jordan.html
Portfolio all packed up for annual trip to photoNOLA. http://photonola.org/photowalk/
Visit on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christopher-Jordan-Photo/220533384632560 In what is amounting to a spin-off from Suburban Sublime, I am now exploring the characters depicted in my prior series. This work draws inspiration from performance art and action painting… but remains photographic. Painting with light, color, gesture and time…
Hollis Hammonds and I will be having simultaneous solo exhibitions at the Museum of Art at The University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg, Miss. While the shows are separate, I’m very excited about how our work shares some visual and thematic aspects. I just delivered the work yesterday and am really happy with how it [...]
I’m pleased to share that my image Suburban Sublime#13 has been published on page 350 of the new Light and Lens Textbook. http://www.amazon.com/Light-Lens-Second-Edition-Photography/dp/024081827X/ref=dp_ob_title_bk
If you are attending SPE in late March, or live in SF, be sure to check out the photo exhibit: “Voyeurism and Intimacy” at the RayKo Photo Center. I’m excited that my image “House Guest” was chosen for the postcard! http://raykophoto.com/voyeurism-intimacy-the-publicprivate-divide-in-photography/
Two of my pieces, Houseguest and The Renunciate, will appear in the exhibit PhotoSpiva 2012. This exhibit takes place in Joplin MO. For unfortunate reasons, Tuscaloosa and Joplin are “sister” cities of sorts, both having suffered deadly tornadoes last spring/summer. http://www.photospiva.org/l12/
My work appears on the RayKo Photo Center website as part of the SPE exhibit “Intimacy and Voyeurism: The Public/Private Divide in Photography.” The image “Houseguest” is also being used for the exhibit postcard. The exhibit was juried by Todd Hido, some one I greatly admire, so this is very meaningful! http://raykophoto.com/