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"Photography Now 2017" Exhibit Up Through January 14 

Last Updated: 12/22/2017 2:12 pm
click image Sarah Anthony, Deven In The Snow, archival inkjet print, 13 x 19 inches, 2016.
  • Sarah Anthony, Deven In The Snow, archival inkjet print, 13 x 19 inches, 2016.

Exhibiting through January 14 at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, "Photography Now 2017," the organization's annual survey of contemporary photography. This year's exhibition is juried by William Ewing, former director of exhibitions at the International Center of Photography. Eighteen photographers were chosen to represent the evolving state of the medium: Ayumi Tanaka, Ceaphas Stubbs, Laurie Peek, Zora J. Muff, Jeanette May, Alejandro Loueiro Lorenzo, Tamar Granovsky, Orestes Gonzalez, Jennifer Garza-Cuen, Tianqiutao Chen, Christopher Paul Brown, Adam Bernard, Emily Berl, John Barnard, Sandra Bacchi, Ben Arnon, Sarah Anthony, and Lara Anderson. Sarah Anthony won the 2017 Purchase Award, chosen by CPW Executive Director Hannah Frieser. (845) 679-9957; Cpw.org.


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