Win a Print at the Alternative Photo Revolution!

At the opening reception for Alternative Photo revolution in Toronto, we will be giving away alternative photo prints!

While in New Orleans, we drew two winners. Those who purchased tickets for that draw will have their names entered again for the Toronto draw!

These unique prints were made by Bob Carnie in Toronto, and graciously donated by each artist.

Below are the four prints that could be yours!

Nigel Dickson, Claud Anderson, Brendan Meadows and Bob Carnie

Click HERE for the Eventbrite page

Or, contact Carissa for other payment options: carissa@dylanellisgallery.ca

 

Philip Jessup | Tri Colour Gum Bichromate | won by Blaine Varner in New Orleans!

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Alt Revolution Spotlight: Photoworks

Glen Echo, Maryland March 28 | New Orleans March 31/April 1

Toronto, Contact Photography Festival May 15-June 17

Combining contemporary photography with historical photo printmaking processes, theAlternative Photo Revolution is one of a kind. Printed in Toronto by Bob Carnie Printmaking this group show features photographers from across North America. Hitting the road at the end of March, Alt will be popping up in Glen Echo, Maryland then New Orleans before returning home to the Dylan Ellis Gallery.

We have chosen four organizations and one institution with whom we have developed a relationship to submit a candidate to represent them for Alt. This furthers our goal of broadening our network and connecting photographers with endless possibilities.

Gallery 44 | Seneca IDP | New Orleans Photo Alliance | Photoworks 

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Alt Photo Revolution does Glen Echo!

First stop on the US tour is Glen Echo Park, visiting our friends at Photoworks!

On March 28th 2017, we will be setting up the pop up show in the Ballroom Annex. During the afternoon, we will be hosting portfolio viewings and inviting curators and gallerists to come see the show. In the evening, a more formal reception will take place that is open to the public.

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Ballroom Annex

Accommodations and Attractions

The main area of downtown Bethesda, the closest city to Glen Echo Park, is around Bethesda Avenue and Elm Street. Here you will find plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes. Both the Hyatt Regency and and Hilton Garden Inn are within walking.

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Alt Photo Revolution: Washington, DC

The Alternative Photo Revolution show will be making two US stops before coming back to Toronto for the Contact Photo Festival in May 2017.

The first stop will be in Washington, DC with our contacts at Photoworks

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Photoworks is a photography education center and exhibition space in Glen Echo Park, a former real estate development turned Chataqua learning center turned amusement park turned arts community.

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