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LUCEO Images is a photographer owned and operated cooperative whose photo archive is housed here at PhotoShelter. We’re always interested in hearing about their latest projects, so when we caught wind of their second annual group show, ‘Altered States: The Way We Live Today’, opening next week at 25CPW Gallery here in New York City we were eager to lend our support.
The show will kick off this coming Wednesday, January 19 with a panel discussion on the future of documentary photography with TIME Magazine Deputy Photo Editor Paul Moakley, Jim Estrin of The New York Times LENS Blog, Bess Greenberg of 25CPW, and Brian Clamp of ClampArt from 6-7pm at 25 Central Park West (next to Trump Towers) NYC. The panel will be followed by an opening reception. Admission to both events is free of charge.
This is an excellent opportunity to hear from leading industry professionals on the challenges photographers face in a rapidly changing field. Can’t make it to the panel? Not a problem, we’ll be recording the discussion and posting it on the PhotoShelter Vimeo site, check back here for a link once it is posted.
We are proud to be a sponsor of the opening night’s events and hope to see some of you there.