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ANNOUNCING PHOTOGRAPHICA

Hi, please listen to my new weekly podcast, Photographica.

Each episode is a way of connecting deeper with photography through conversations with leading photographers, curators and others involved in the world of photography as well as audio essays on subjects like the random beauty of film, digital as a medium of truth as well as observations borne out of twenty years as a photographer and printer.

Recent and upcoming podcasts include:

  • A conversation with Michael Woods, the Bohemian king of Soho portraiture.
  • An audio essay on the beauty of darkness in exposure and print.
  • An audio essay on digital truth.
  • An interview with Babycakes Romero on what it was like to watch his series, Death of Conversation, go megaviral leading to a Ted Talk and numerous TV appearances.

WIN AN EXHIBITION’S WORTH OF FREE PRINTING
To celebrate the launch of Photographica (and to encourage subscribers) I am starting a competition to win an exhibition’s worth of free printing. I will be assembling judges and asking for images to be sent in for consideration.

Details and timeframe are yet to be decided. I will be publishing details in the programme notes of the podcast so you’ll need to subscribe to receive the information!

To find Photographica Podcast Click here, on the picture below, or search for Photographica in iTunes.

If you like it please comment and rate it in iTunes – I’d be most grateful!

Thanks very much, Alex

 

MICHAEL WOODS OPENS AT THE GALLERY

Just to let you know the new exhibition by the photographer and surrealist, Michael Woods is now showing at the gallery.

Michael is both a documenter and portraitist ‘par excellence’ who also continues to develop themes, through ‘assemblages’ and collages, in the Surrealist mode.

Please come and see the exhibition which is open until the middle of December at 331 Portobello Road, W10 5SA

Portriat of Michael Woods by Alex Schneideman 2012
Opening night of the Michael Woods exhibition, ‘SOHO & ELSEWHERE’ at the Schneideman Gallery 331 Portobello Road
A detail of pictures by Michael Woods