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Keliy Anderson-Staley at the AIPAD Photography Show

Moment contributor, Keliy Anderson-Staley will be exhibiting her work at the AIPAD Photography Show, April 4-7, 2013, Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street
643 Park Avenue, New York, NY.

Follow this link to see some of Keli’s work that will be on display.

General information about the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) 2013 Show

 

Moment 07 – Paris, Coming Soon

Vicente Revilla has been hard at work on the next issue of Moment and La Fête Nationale coming soon!

Qoyllur Riti

Valicha, a web portal for Cusco, has added a collaboration between Moment editors, Vicente Revilla (photographs), and Jean-Jacques Decoster (text).  Included are 7 of  Revilla’s black and white photographs of the spiritual travelers on the sacred mountain.   The annual event draws thousands of Peruvians to the glaciers.  Decoster outlines the historical and religious context of the pilgrimage and the elaborate representations of material needs left in the alpine terrain.

Andre Cypriano featured in NY Times Lens blog

Congratulations to Andre Cypriano, whose photograph, “Father and son, Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro, 1999,” leads off on today’s Lens, the photography, video and visual journalism blog at the New York Times.  Fifteen of Andre’s photographs are featured, along with a short article by Fernanda Santos.  Readers of Moment will recognize this extraordinary photograph from the back cover of Moment, No. 3.  For biographical information and additional photographs visit Andre’s own web site.

 

Moment: Une Revue de Photo Welcome to the Academic Commons

Esquina de la Calle Triunfo / Gustavo León Vivanco

Moment: Une Revue de Photo is a photography magazine created by Borough of Manhattan Community College Library faculty member, Vicente Revilla.  The magazine is a collaboration of CUNY faculty, as well as colleagues from around the world.  Six issues of Moment have been published over the past four years.  Each issue of text and black and white photographs has been devoted to a single theme. The sixth issue is focused on architectural photography.  Gustavo León Vivanco introduces this issue, in Spanish and English, by arguing that this subfield is “one of the most complex specialities.”

“Subjective visions of architecture, the city and its people enrich this issue of Moment. Each photographic discourse takes specific elements of our environment to show the tectonics of the materials – for example, the details, backlights and textures in the photography of Oswald Macedo – and scale, which, in the frames of Hans Neumann and Robert Rutoed, is utilized in a unique way to stamp their photos with personality.”

The launch of Moment marks the first web publication of a magazine posted on the CUNY Academic Commons. We hope you find pastpresent, and future issues of Moment here on the Academic Commons as interesting and enjoyable as we do. We look forward to hearing your thoughts.