Wednesday 26 November 2014
As the first Street Photography collective, iN-PUBLiC was given a prominent place in this year’s Paris “Street Parade” Festival Night of Collectives. Early member Richard Bram produced this video-slideshow of all 24 members’ work and presented it in person 18 November, 2014.
Saturday 01 September 2012
“Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour,” opening at Somerset House in London on 7 November 2012, will feature among other luminaries, iN-PUBLiC members Melanie Einzig, Trent Parke, and Joel Meyerowitz along with many other masters of color photography. For more details and a synopsis of the philosophy behind this exhibition, visit the Positive View Foundation.
Friday 24 August 2012
“London Street Photography 1850-2010,” featuring work by several members of iN-PUBLiC, is currently on view at the Museum of the City of New York. This landmark exhibition was the most visited exhibition in the history of the Museum of London. In New York, it is paired with a selection from MCNY’s own extensive collection of New York Street Photography. For more information, hours and directions, please visit the Museum of the City of New York’s exhibitions page.
On 10 September 2012 at 6:30 pm, curator Sean Corcoran will moderate a panel discussion on contemporary street photography with several photographers including iN-PUBLiC’s Richard Bram, Magnum member Bruce Gilden, Sylvia Plachy and Richard Sandler. Again, visit the Museum’s website for details.
Friday 11 November 2011
Long-time in-public member Richard Bram discusses his early PR work in Street Reverb Magazine. Using Garry Winogrand’s seminal book “Public Relations” as a starting point, Bram discusses Winogrand’s influence on his later photographic trajectory, illustrating it with images from this period, many never seen before.
Monday 19 September 2011
In the exhibition “From Distant Streets,” curator and in-public photographer Richard Bram has gathered together the work of 29 photographers, including 14 members of in-public, at Galerie Hertz in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, from 2 October-14 November 2011 as part of the Louisville Photo Biennial.
Working around the globe in a multitude of styles but with one common thread, these photographs are of unposed, unrehearsed reality. Street Photography is thus Non-Fiction: Its concerns are much smaller but equally important, the little-noticed nuanced moments of everyday life. It is seeking the unusual in the everyday: As in-public member Nick Turpin puts it, “Good Street Photographs show you something you still would not have seen had you been there.”
Thursday 23 June 2011
Richard Bram’s first exhibition of color Street Photography opens in New York City. While Richard’s work has been seen in galleries and museums all over the globe, he had always shown black and white photographs. This exhibition is a major departure for him into the realm of color.
126 First Avenue (between 7th and 8th Streets)
New York, NY
The exhibition will continue through the summer until 31 August.
Read an extensive feature interview with Richard discussing his philosophy and methods and preview the exhibition in Street Reverb Magazine
Sunday 19 November 2006
Blake Andrews has added a new gallery to In-Public.
Blake is now showing his panoramic photos, made in and around Portland.
In-Public was set up in 2000 to provide a home for Street Photographers.
Our aim is to promote Street Photography and to continue to explore its possibilities, we are a non commercial collective. All the photographers featured here have been invited to show their work because they have the ability to see the unusual in the everyday and to capture the moment. The pictures remind us that, if we let it, over-familiarity can make us blind to what’s really going on in the world around us.Read more
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