Now that all the holiday cheer has passed with perhaps a sigh of relief after the overload of joy and excitement, its time for another thought-provoking theme for the staff-curated exhibition – What We’ve Found. (FREE ENTRY!)
Toot your horns for January’s *new theme: Family of Us
Now that the holidays are over for another year, I have been thinking a lot about the time we spend with family. There is an ever-growing dilemma between thinking of family as those we were born knowing, or family as those we pick along the way. This month, I’m asking all you wonderful photographers to show us your work centered around who you consider family. In our expanding global communities, it’s no longer a basic structure of Mom, Dad, Siblings (although it can be). From Larry Sultan’s icon images of his aging parents in ‘Pictures of Home’, to Nan Goldin’s work around her close community, which she called her “tribe.”
What does family look like to you? We want to see it! Give us your best image(s)!
Deadline is January 30th!
Happy shooting fellow Artists!