We would love for you to submit any pieces, to be considered for the final exhibition, you feel fitting for our exhibition, it would mean so much to the community at Pratt to be able to exhibit your work!
Please send an email as well as low res jpegs of your work to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for being a part of Pratt Institutes history and a part of our future!
The Photo League is very happy to announce that Lucas Foglia (@lucasfogliaphoto) will be lecturing at #Pratt Institute as part of the fall artist lecture series. Stay tuned for more news on the #LucasFoglia talk, as well as other artists lecturing in the series.
Opening tonight at Dossier Outpost is High Tide curated by Pratt Photo Alumna Kat Slootsky and featuring many other Pratt Alumni! High Tide is on view through July 1st and located at the South Street Seaport.
The Pratt Photography Dept. is deaccessioning our color processor and looking for the processor to have a new home. The processor is a Colenta RA4 RTK 32-20, which can handle paper up to 32in wide and is in good operating condition, as it was serviced last year. We will be cleaning the machine in preparation for de-installation and our facilities department will be taking care of the actual uninstall of the processor. If you are interested all you’ll need to do is to load it up and transport it.
Please contact the Labs Manager at email@example.com if you’re interested. If you’d like to come and see the processor just get in touch so we can arrange a time, but please be aware that it is first come, first served.
Lee Friedlander self-published three trade books under his own imprint, Haywire Press: his first monograph Self Portrait in 1970, Lee Friedlander Photographs in 1978, and the exquisite Flowers and Trees in 1981.
All three titles will be on display in the exhibition, Lee Friedlander: The Printed Picture in the Pratt Brooklyn Campus Library. More than forty books by Friedlander, along with other ephemera, are on view beginning Wednesday, April 30th and through October 6th.
Pratt Institute’s Photography Department Spring 2014 Thesis Exhibitions continue with two exhibitions starting on Monday by Lauren Fiasconaro (Photography Gallery C6) Katherine Groft & Alexandria Smith (Photography Gallery C1).
Please join us for an opening reception beginning at 5pm on Monday, April 14. Gallery Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 12-5pm, in the ARC building, lower level, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn campus.
Pratt Institute’s Photography Department Spring 2014 Thesis Exhibitions continue with two exhibitions starting on Monday by Meghan Asselta (Photography Gallery C6) Kira Iwamoto & Mattias Krankl (Photography Gallery C1).
Please join us for an opening reception beginning at 5pm on Monday, April 7. Gallery Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 12-5pm, in the ARC building, lower level, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn campus.