FOTOFEST 2012 BIENNIAL Fine Print Auction

  Page:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14   



 

55. Priya Kambli, Kirksville, Missouri 
Dada Aajooba and Me, 2008


View Artist Bio 
Enlarge Image

Archival Inkjet Print,
Artist Proof
16 x 20” 
Signed and titled in pen on back 
Donation of the artist


$550 

Place Bid
Priya Kambli

Priya Kambli was born in India and moved to the United States at the age of eighteen, carrying her entire life in a single twenty-pound suitcase. Her artistic work has always been informed by her experience as a migrant. She completed her B.F.A. at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette and later received a M.F.A. in photography from the University of Houston. She is currently an associate professor of art at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. In 2008, Photolucida awarded her a book publication prize for her project Color Falls Down

www.priyakambli.com

Close




56. Juan Travnik
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Claromecó, 2005 

#4



View Artist Bio

 

Enlarge Image 


Inkjet Print, Printed in 2011
Edition 2/8 
23 ½ x 47 ¼”
Signed and titled in pencil on back 
Donation of the artist


$4,500

 
Place Bid



 


Juan Travnik

An internationally known photographic artist, Juan Travnik has received many awards, including in 2006 the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, the Ernesto B. Rodríguez Award for a career in photography from the Argentine Association of Art Critics, and the Fundación Federico Jorge Klemm Award. His work is included in the collections of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires; Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires; Bibliothèque National de France, Paris; and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, among many others. His work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in various countries, and his published books include Malvinas: Retratos y paisajes de Guerra Fotografías de Juan Travnik (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Larivière, 2008), los restos (Buenos Aires: Colección Fotógrafos Argentinos, Dilan Editores, 2007), and Juan Travnik (Salamanca, Spain: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 1997).  Mr. Travnik was born in Buenos Aires in 1950. He began his photography studies in 1966 and has worked as both a photojournalist and an advertising photographer. Since 1998, he has been the director of the FotoGalería del Teatro San Martín, and in 2001, he founded and became the director of the Espacio Fotográfico del Teatro de la Ribera. He has a busy schedule of teaching activities, workshops, and conferences in South America and the United States. He is a member of the organizing committee of the Encuentros Abiertos – Festival de la Luz and has participated in numerous international meetings and festivals. He is also an independent curator.   

www.juantravnik.com.ar

Close




57. Renate Aller, New York, NY 
From the series Oceanscapes – One view – 1999 to Present, December 2008


View Artist Bio
Enlarge Image

Archival Pigment Print, Printed 2011
Edition 2/10 
30 x 44”
Signed, dated and titled in archival ink on back 
Donation of the artist and
John Cleary Gallery, Houston, TX


$4,400


Place Bid

Renate Aller

Renate Aller’s long-term book project Oceanscapes—1999 to present (Southampton, N.Y.: Parrish, 2011) was designated the critic’s choice by Nord Wennerstrom for Artforum, and reviewed in The New Yorker and the New York Times.  Her work is found in many museum collections, including those of George Eastman House, Rochester, New York; New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut; Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin; and Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germany. Her book Renate Aller: Oceanscapes was published in 2010 (Santa Fe: Radius, and Heidelberg, Germany: Kehrer Verlag). Born in Germany, Ms. Aller lives and works in New York.  Her work is represented in Houston by John Cleary Gallery.

www.renatealler.com

Close


58. Dana Popa, London, United Kingdom 
Untitled, 2006
from the series Not Natasha


View Artist Bio
Enlarge Image

C-type Print, Printed in 2011
Edition 2/7 
20 x 24”
Signed in pen on front 
Donation of the artist

$1,200


Place Bid



Dana Popa

Romanian artist Dana Popa works as a freelance photographer mostly in Eastern Europe and the United Kingdom, specializing in contemporary social issues with a particular emphasis on human rights.  She is the recipient of numerous awards for her work:  her series not Natasha received the project competition first prize at the Center Awards, Santa Fe, in 2010; a Jerwood Photography Award in 2007; and the jury prize of the DAYS JAPAN International Photojournalism Awards. Commissioned by Autograph ABP London, not Natasha was published as a book by Autograph 2009.  In 2011, she received an artist residency fellowship at Light Work, Syracuse, New York. Her photographs have been published in several magazines, including Foam, Portfolio, FOTO8, British Journal of Photography, DAYS JAPAN, Vrij Nederland, and Next Level. In 2009 and 2010, she exhibited her work at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, United Kingdom, and Photofusion Gallery, London. Ms. Popa completed her master’s degree in documentary photography and photojournalism at the London College of Communication in 2006. Prior to that, she studied at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication Studies of the University of Bucharest.   

www.danapopa.com

Close







59. Geoff Winningham, Houston, Texas
The Road to El Mesquital, Tamaulipas, 2004 
from the book Traveling the Shore of the Spanish Sea, 2010


View Artist Bio
Enlarge Image

Archival Inkjet Print, Printed in 2010 
10 ½ x 32”
Signed and titled in pencil on front 
Donation of the artist


$1,500


Place Bid


Geoff Winngingham

Geoff Winningham achieved an international reputation in the 1970s with the publication of his books Friday Night in the Coliseum (Rochester, N.Y.: Allison Press and Light Impressions, 1971), Going Texan (Houston: Mavis P. Kelsey Jr., 1972), and Rites of Fall (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1979).  The first ten years of Winningham’s photography and filmmaking all dealt with subjects either unique to, or characteristic of, Texas: rodeos, livestock shows, professional wrestling, and high school football games were among his subjects. He has created ten books in all, as well as three documentary films on Texas and Mexican culture. He has been a recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships and five grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.  He received his bachelor’s degree in English from Rice University in 1965, then studied photography at the IIT Institute of Design in Chicago. After receiving his master’s degree there, he returned to Houston to pursue a career in creative photography, teaching, and professional photojournalism. He currently teaches photography at Rice University. 

www.geoffwinningham.com

Close



60. John Darwell, Carlisle, United Kingdom
 Kindergarden #1, 1998
from the series Legacy: Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

View Artist Bio
Enlarge Image

C-type Print, Printed in 2001
Edition 2/10
15 x 15”
Signed in pencil on back
Donation of the artist


$800 


Place Bid



John Darwell

John Darwell works on long-term projects reflecting his interest in post-industrial change. Seven monographs of his work have been published, including Dark Days (Stockport, England: Dewi Lewis, 2007), documenting the impact of the foot and mouth disease epidemic around his home in north Cumbria; Committed to Memory (Carlisle, England: Tullie House Museum, 2007), a twenty-five-year retrospective; Legacy (Stockport, England: Dewi Lewis, 2001), an exploration of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone; and Jimmy Jock, Albert & the Six Sided Clock (Manchester, England: Cornerhouse, 1993), centered around the Port of Liverpool. His work has been exhibited widely throughout the United Kingdom, the United States, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Mexico, and South America, and is featured in a number of important collections including those of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

www.johndarwell.com

Close

  Page:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14   

©2012 FotoFest | 1113 Vine Street, Suite 101, Houston, Texas USA | 713.223.5522 | info@fotofest.org
Sitemap - Developed by HexaGroup