Portfolio Reviews |
Schedule | Location | Reviewers | Travel
Photographers were able to register for two, four, or six days
and had one-on-one reviews with experts who
assisted with exhibitions and publications and provided
guidance for future career development.
at the Meeting Place have included curators from New
York's Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum, Guggenheim
Museum, Bronx Museum of Art, and International Center
for Photography; Friends of Photography and Camerawork
in San Francisco; Los Angeles County Museum of Art;
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and Houston Center for
Photography; The Australian Centre for Photography;
London's Victoria and Albert Museum and Autograph; Mexico
City's Centro de la Imagen; and Fotografie Forum Frankfurt.
Editors have come from Aperture, American Photo, fotoMAGAZIN,
The New York Times, Rolling Stone, European Photography,
Photo Metro, and Camera Austria. Directors of international
photography festivals have come from Mois de la Photo
in Paris, Barcelona's Primavera Fotográfica,
PHotoEspaña, Odense Foto Triennal in Denmark,
Mexico City's FotoSeptiembre, and Encuentros Abiertos
de Fotografía in Buenos Aires.
Representatives of stock houses such as Image Bank
and international photo agencies such as Magnum Photo,
advertising firms, private dealers, commercial gallery
owners and collectors have also reviewed portfolios
for the International Meeting Place.
The Meeting Place 2002 was accompanied by FotoFest's
fourth Discoveries of the Meeting Place exhibit showcasing
photographers selected by ten reviewers who saw their
work at the 2000 Meeting Place.