Summer 2015 Newsletter with upcoming events.
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Summer 2015 Newsletter

The Blue Sky Days project, which reveals a drone’s-eye view of America, will be featured as solo exhibitions in Barcelona and Cortona this summer and as well as part of the traveling World Press Photo exhibition.

SOLO EXHIBITION SPAIN
15 July to 6 September, 2015

Blue Sky Days

Arts Santa Monica
La Rambla 7 
08002 Barcelona
Catalonia
Spain


Opening and artist talk 15 July at 19:00

SOLO EXHIBITION ITALY
17 July to 27 September, 2015

Blue Sky Days

Cortona On the Move Festival
Vecchio Ospedale
Via Giuseppe Maffei 24-26
52044 Cortona
Italy


Workshop with Leica Akademie 18-19 July 

TRAVELING GROUP EXHIBITION
As a winner of the World Press Photo Award, the Blue Sky Days drone project will also appear as part of 100 local WPP exhibitions around the globe.

Select show venues include:

• Amsterdam, 18 April to 5 July, 2015

• Berlin, 1 to 11 September, 2015

• Edinburgh, 22 July to 22 August, 2015

• Helsinki, 21 August to 12 September, 2015

• Istanbul, 12 August to 2 September, 2015

• Madrid, 11 September to 11 October, 2015

• Mexico City, 28 August to 27 September, 2015

• Paris, 4 to 27 September, 2015

• St. Petersburg, 26 September to 28 October, 2015

• Tokyo, 27 June to 9 August, 2015


See the full list of exhibition locations.

GROUP EXHIBITION THE NETHERLANDS
3 April to 30 August, 2015

North Korean Perspectives

Drents Museum
Brink 1
9401 HS Assen
The Netherlands

GROUP EXHIBITION UNITED STATES
23 July to 4 October, 2015

North Korean Perspectives

MoCP Chicago
600 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
USA

 


The Blue Sky Days project was selected for first prize among 994 candidates for the PMH 2015 Grant. 

James Estrin, jury member and co-editor of the New York Times Lens Blog said the following about the winning project:

"Blue Sky Days is one of the most important photo essays done in the last few years.

It tackles issues that are very difficult to photograph but central to modern existence  - privacy, government intrusion and modern antiseptic warfare."

This is the most in-depth interview I've done about the dawn of the drone age. The video was produced by MediaStorm for the ICP Infinity Awards.
 
Photography and video by Tomas van Houtryve
 
Directed by Brian Storm
 
Edited by Time McLaughlin
Interview filmed by Andrew Ellis
Motion Graphics by Joe Fuller

 

Tuition: 300 Euros
Maximum enrollment: 12

I’m teaming up with Leica Akademie Italy and the Cortona on the Move Festival to teach a workshop on how to reach your full potential by unlocking inspiration. The two-day session in Tuscany is limited to 12 people, and each participant will be given the opportunity to work with a Leica M (typ 240) or M Monochrom camera for the duration of the course. Only a few spaces remain.

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