WIPNYC is an online exhibition space, showcasing emerging and established female artists working in photography. Exhibitions are bi-monthly and include artists both selected from an open submission and those sought out to participate. Co-curated by Amy Elkins and Cara Phillips, Women in Photography is a project of Humble Arts Foundation.
Humble Arts Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that works to advance the careers of emerging fine art photographers by way of exhibition and publishing opportunities, limited-edition print sales, twiceannual artists grants, and educational programming. Founded in 2005 by Amani Olu and Jon Feinstein, Humble has been a pioneering hub for showcasing new fine art photography.
Melanie Flood is an innovative curator devoted to exhibiting emerging talent. Regular salons held in her previous Brooklyn residence brought artists and art lovers together in a space that juxtaposed the aesthetic dialogue of fine art with the personal existence of the domestic setting. Melanie Flood Projects created a fresh and informal meeting point for looking at, reflecting on, and talking about art.
Esopus is a twice-yearly arts magazine featuring fresh, unmediated perspectives on contemporary culture from a wide range of creative professionals. It includes artists projects, critical writing, fiction, poetry, visual essays and interviews.
Since 1884, The Camera Club of New York has been a home for photographers to develop their craft, providing both a hands-on working facility and a collegial environment for discussion and the exchange of ideas. One of the oldest arts organizations in the New York metropolitan area, the Camera Club continues to nurture talented photographers and welcome devotees of photography to classes, lectures, and exhibitions.
The Outlook Magazine looks at a new generation of creative and artistic talent from China and beyond, covering a range of art, fashion, architecture, culture and design. The Outlook Magazine brings together creative professionals on a local and international level, to share their inspirations and outlook on life.