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March 13 – May 31, 2010 The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is pleased to present “PQ:100”, an exhibition surveying the photography, films, videos, and photo-based installations that have been featured on the first 100 covers of CPW’s publication PQ (Photography Quarterly). As PQ reaches this milestone issue and print media continues to struggle […]

Landscape Forever

curated by Dion Ogust Presented in collaboration with the Woodstock Land Conservancy. January 9 – February 28, 2010   Human beings need nature.

 We enter the woods, the mountains, the shadows, and streams, leaving behind the noise of our constructed worlds, the chatter of our minds. Here, something else rules. The terrain, the wildlife, the […]


November 4 – December 20, 2009 curated by Platon The Nutopia Forum is a safe haven dedicated to nurturing photographic and graphic talent. A humble, salon-styled group of photo enthusiasts, we meet in New York City on a regular basis with a constantly revolving membership of 20 creatives to discuss, debate and constructively critique each […]

Martin Munkacsi

Ode to Munkacsi November 4 – December 20, 2009 With the passing of Joan Munkacsi in December 2008, our community and the photography world at large lost a dear friend and a passionate supporter of one of the most defining artistic voices of the 20th century. An internationally recognized expert in vintage jewelry and a […]

A River Runs Through Me

curated by Ariel Shanberg August 8 – September 20, 2009 In conjunction with New York’s Quadracentennial celebrations of the European discovery of what is now known as the Hudson River, the Center for Photography at Woodstock is pleased to present A River Runs Through Me, an exhibition of work by four artists whose photographic explorations […]

Photography Now 2009

juried by Charlotte Cotton June 13 – July 26, 2009 The open submission process garnered a lively and diverse range of points of view about what, right now, constitutes photographic practice. The scope of the photographs was a timely reminder to me that photographers continue to address the rapidly changing notion of photography – both by […]


Regional Collegiate Invitational Exhibition April 11 – May 24, 2009 An invitational exhibition featuring up and coming image makers from the regions’ photography programs including Bard College, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Albany, College of St. Rose, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Marist College, Vassar and Hartwick Colleges. Nestled in New York State’s Hudson Valley and Capital District […]

Tarrah Krajnak & Wilka Roig

Anthology of Trends April 11 – May 24, 2009 (untitled #) is our  first collaborative project. It began as a response to a critique of our independent work given by an influential artist/critic/curator based in NYC. During separate studio visits we each received the same response: “As with most women who turn the camera on […]


curated by Akemi Hiatt January 12 – March 31, 2013 Press Release → View the exhibition’s blog → The exhibition The Web is a Lonely Place, Come Play brings together five artists who produce work within or through the radically democratized “free space” of the web. Through video, performance, photo-based imagery, interactive installation, appropriation, and animations, […]