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Opening Reception: Faculty Exhibition 2012

Thursday, October 4th from 5 – 6:30pm, the Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions Presents:
The 2012 Faculty Exhibition Opening Reception

View the work of 15 artists and professionals currently teaching in the New England School of Photography full-time program, spanning commercial and artist disciplines.  The diversity of this exhibition speaks to the range of aesthetics, techniques and mediums employed by the photographers in their professional and personal endeavors beyond the classroom.

Scroll down for a full list of participating artists.


©William Franson

This year’s exhibition features work by:

Luis Brens
Erin Carey
Caleb Cole
Glen Cooper
Ron Cowie
Bruno Debas
William Franson
Amy Thiess Geise
Martha S. Hassell
Michael Hintlian
Sue Anne Hodges
Nick Johnson
Laura Pineda
Stephen Sheffield
Dana Smith
Keitaro Yoshioka


Visual Reportage

Since 2007 , Michael Hintlian and Glen Cooper have been organizing intensive workshps photographers who are interested in expanding and enhancing their vision as a visual journalist and documenatrian. The Visual Reportage: Restrospective  is an exhibition from the best work by 23hotographers who atteneded Michael and Glen’s workshops.  If you are photogarpher who’s interested in learning more about their Visual Reportage workshops, visit their link at http://visualreportage.com/ .
The Visual Reportage: Retropsective will be on view from October 8 – October 31 at the Piano Factory Gallery, 791 Tremont Street, Boston.
Meet the photographers and mingle with friends at the reception this  Thursday evening October 14 at 7:00pm.

Michael Hintlian: No Transfer

Michael Hintlian
No Transfer: Photographs From the T
March 29th, 2010 – April 30th, 2010

Michael Hintlian

Michael Hintlian

Just as Robert Frank and Tom Wood captured the streets from the window of a city bus, Michael Hintlian has taken his camera to document the passing landscape through the window of the Boston T bus. Although “No Transfer: Photographs from the T” began as an exploration of new ways of photographing the streets of Boston, Michael Hintlian has created an exceptional body of work that portrays the ever changing social and physical landscape that one would possibly see through their bus seat window. Riding from far fringes of Jamaica Plain, to Burlington, around Saugus, into Revere and to the heart of the Financial District, Michael Hintlian leaves no T bus unturned. In a city where commuters are so focused on their destination, in “No Transfer: Photographs from the T” gives these viewers, and us, an opurtunity to see the beauty and wonder that lies on the other side of the bus window.

Artists Information: A dedicated, award-winning documentary photographer, Michael’s projects have taken him across the globe. Michael Hintlian has been a lecturer and presenter in several venues throughout the U.S. including the Leica Historical Society of America in Charlotte, NC; The Photographic Resources Center in Boston; the Hoboken Historical Museum in NJ; the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston; WGBH; Tufts University in Medford, MA; and the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. Michael’s work has been widely published in periodicals including The Christian Science Monitor, Architectural Design and Boston Magazine. His work has been exhibited all over the world . Show titles include Armenia/Artsakh, Central Artery/Tunnel Project, Toward a Better Life: Images of the Labor Movement, Big Dig Photographs, Winter and Picture Mourning. His book, Digging: The Workers of Boston’s Big Dig, has been a success in the documentary world. Michael Hintlian is currently teaching at the NESOP.  More of his work can be viewed at;  http://www.hintlian.com