September 19, 2014 at 7:30 pm
San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall
800 Chestnut Street San Francisco, Ca (at Jones Street)
Richard Renaldi was born in Chicago in 1968. He received his BFA in photography from New York University in 1990. Exhibitions of his photographs have been mounted in galleries and museums throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. In 2006 Renaldi's first monograph, Figure and Ground, was published by the Aperture Foundation. His second monograph, Fall River Boys, was released in 2009 by Charles Lane Press. Renaldi's most recent monograph Touching Strangers, is to be released by the Aperture Foundation in the spring of 2014.
Tickets available at the door 7:00 pm
Suggested Donation: $10.00 general admission, $5.00 students with ID
Through September 2, 2014
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October 25th, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Smith Andersen North Gallery
20 Greenfield Avenue
San Anselmo, CA 94960
Fauna is a benefit exhibition/competition for PhotoAlliance. The show will be juried in September and prints will hang on the walls at Smith Anderson North Gallery with an opening date of October 25th.
Friday October 31 - Sunday November 2, 2014
4:00 pm Friday - 12 pm Sunday
Location: Sea Ranch, Sonoma County
The Sonoma Coast is just far enough removed from the Bay Area to feel completely different but close enough to be accessible. Our workshop will look at the human impact on this spectacular coastline and on the natural beauty of this California gem. We will spend time at some of the most interesting geology that can be readily seen anywhere along California's spectacular coast. Sea Ranch, the Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve and the other-worldly Salt Point State Park will be some of the highlights of our trip.
We will spend Friday evening getting acquainted, talking about the area and beginning to look at work. The early morning light at this time of year will draw us to the landscape along the coast. We will visit and photograph several natural landscapes and historic points of interest. At mid-day we will meet again to continue to look at work and have lunch. As the afternoon light improves we will again visit many sites of extraordinary beauty. On Saturday evening we will continue the workshop by having dinner together. Sunday morning will give us another opportunity to explore the beautiful landscape of the Sonoma Coast. The workshop will conclude on Sunday at noon.
Instruction will be given in all camera formats and students will be given a variety of approaches to the landscape, plant and wildlife, and history of the area. Workshop members will have the opportunity to have their prints or slides critiqued by the group. Although we will drive to most sites, some hiking will take place so workshop members should be prepared. This is a landscape that demands to be seen on foot!