PULP OCTOBER EXHIBITORS
©Photo by Antonios Damolis
2ND FOTOFILMIC//PULP CABIN & ONLINE PRINT SHOWCASE EXHIBITORS
We’ve received a high number of exciting entries for this 2nd PULP Call and want to thank all entrants for sharing their work with us! After careful deliberation we are pleased to welcome the following 10 film & analog photographers to the PULP walls for the month of November (in alphabetical order):
Giselle Brewton (Grass Valey, CA, USA)
Rhona Eve Clews (Maidstone, Kent, UK)
Antonios Damolis (Amsterdam, The Netherland)
Dylan Everett (Brick, NJ, USA)
Andrew Janjigian (Cambridge, MA, USA)
Todd Johnson (Melbourne, Australia)
Rachel Jump (Chicago, IL, USA)
Margrieta Jeltema (Milan, Italy)
Rhombie Sandoval (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Kerry Weinrauch (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Stay tuned for more details on the upcoming 2nd PULP Print Showcase opening scheduled for Saturday, November 12th, with all custom mated works remaining on view until the end of the month!
October Guest Artist Lauren Semivan’s 3 top picks awarding 3 complimentary entries to the upcoming FotoFilmic’17 International Juried Traveling Exhibition Call will be announced on opening night.
OCTOBER GUEST ARTIST PICK:
Lauren Semivan (b. 1981) was born in Detroit, Michigan. She received a BA in studio art from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, and an MFA in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at many galleries and museums such as the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, The Griffin Museum of Photography, The Hunterdon Art Museum, Cranbrook Art Museum, Paris Photo, and TheAIPAD Photography Show. She has photography at Missouri State University, College for Creative Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University, and The Ohio State University.
Semivan has received numerous awards for her work including Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50, and The Griffin Museum of Photography’s Griffin Award. In 2014, she was a finalist for The John Gutmann Photography Fellowship, and SF Camerawork’s Baum Award for Emerging Photographers. Her work was recently published in Black Forest: Four Visual Poems (Candela Books, 2014) and has appeared in The New Yorker, Artforum, and Photograph magazines. Semivan’s work is part of permanent collections at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Cranbrook Art Museum, The Wriston Art Galleries at Lawrence University, and The Elton John Collection. She lives and works in Hamtramck, MI, and is represented by Benrubi Gallery in New York, and David Klein Gallery in Detroit, Michigan.
© Portrait by Jeff Cancelosi (2016).