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I have some images uploaded, but not yet keyworded, from this outdoor installation in Boston: https://www.rosekennedygreenway.org/public-art/currently-greenway/glow/ I am hesitating putting them on sale because I'm not sure if these are considered works of art that should only be submitted in wider context. One other photographer has images of these signs available on alamy. He has them marked royalty free, and NOT as property--but I wonder about that since the exhibition states they are on loan from the people who own them. That sounds like property to me.
If anyone is interested, I have a major retrospective exhibition at the National Library of Wales opening on March 4th. to June 17th. It features a large selection of my work from across six decades, plus new work made specially for the show and a wide selection of my notebooks, contacts sheets, research material and equipment etc. There's an opening, by Prof. Paul Hill MBE and a private view on Sat. March 4th. at 2.30. All welcome. The poster is here: http://www.pete-davis-photography.com/news.html
I have always said I would never do another exhibition and even asked my husband to talk me out of it for just thinking about it but I have been debating exhibiting my work in virtual form – rather than spend a whole heap of money on prints and canvas and hanging in an exhibition, I will just burn my work to DVD (or whatever) and having a large monitor placed in an exhibition with the DVD on repeat. I am thinking of doing it in the same format as my latest Youtube offering where the black and white image gradually changes to colour.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nauqlh0WsA0&feature=youtu.be which will, hopefully, keep the public interested for more than two seconds! I am sure that exhibiting in this format must have been done before and would appreciate it if anyone knows if this is feasible and if galleries accept this form of exhibiting one's work. Sheila
Anyone see this Culture show special featuring the talented photographer Rankin, as he focused on the topic of people who are living with a terminal illness? The program was shown tonight at 10.10pm, on BBC 2. http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/tv/posts/Alive-Rankin-Faces-Death