To DC area photographer Noelle Tan, whose series of black-and-white landscape photographs of desert areas in Nevada, Utah and Arizona processed using techniques that nearly obliterate the images, leaving only a hint and subtle marks of the original scenes have earned her a prestigious Creative Capital grant.
Monday, February 07, 2005
The Smithsonian American Art Museum, which I think is scheduled to re-open next year after extensive refurbishment, is looking for three new curators.
They are seeking two art curators and one photography curator. Salaries range from $41K to $50K. See the details of these three and lots of other art-related jobs here.
And as Martin points out, the Whitney Museum in New York is looking for a Biennial Coordinator.
And the Corcoran (cough, cough) is looking for an accountant.
The annual WPA/C Art Auction is online. The exhibition, which raises funds for the WPA/C, will open on February 24 through March 5 at the Corcoran. The auction actually takes place on Saturday, March 5, 2005. See the details here.
This is a curated auction and the artwork then is contributed by area artists (although this year there are some very nice pieces from some very well known non Washington artists as well, such as Spencer Tunick.
Two of my favorite pieces in the auction are Aylene Fallah's brave piece on her recurring work on the treatment of women in Islamic societies and Michael Fitts gorgeous trompe l'oeil icon.