Author Archives: Aline Smithson

Now What? Creative Solutions for Mid-Career Photographers with Aline Smithson (Webinar) 6/26

You’ve entered shows, perhaps you’ve attended a portfolio review, but you are treading water and your career is not moving forward. Aline will suggest ideas for rethinking this journey, putting you in the driver’s seat to keep the momentum going. She will also consider the changing photography landscape in these stressful times.   GO HERE to [...]

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Intentional Photography: Creating Personal Projects from Places You Know Best

I’m coming to the mid-west and I’m excited! The amazing Wild Rice Retreats in Bayfield, Wisconsin, has invited me to their beautiful campus. I’ll be teaching the workshop: Creating Personal Projects from Places You Know Best from May16 -20, 2021 Reconsider how you create images, interpret your life and world, and bring depth and meaning [...]

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Finalist in the 2019 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

Very excited to announce that I am a finalist in the 2019 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London and my photograph, Shaq, from LOST: Los Angeles, will be exhibited at the NPG in London from November 7th 2019 – February 16, 2020, after which time it will go on [...]

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On Death, published by Kris Graves Projects

Happy to be part of new collaborative effort by Kris Graves Projects and Humble Arts resulting in the book, On Death, which releases in October. You can PRE-ORDER it here! PARTICIPATING ARTISTS Adrienne Defendi, Aline Smithson, Alvaro Deprit, Azin Seraj, Barbara Diener, Cheryl St. Onge, Christine Collins, Cody Cobb, Constance Thalken, Cook Williams, Daniel Mebarek, [...]

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Aint Bad, Issue 14

Very excited to have work included in this seminal issue of Aint Bad Magaine! You can PRE-ORDER it now! All orders placed will begin shipping by September 1st “This issue puts forth more images and less text from over 150 photographers, allowing the Aint–Bad community and beyond to see these images as visual essays, reflections [...]

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Kris Graves Projects presents LOST II: Los Angeles

Needless to say, I am so so excited to have Kris Graves Projects launch the second round of LOST books on cities around the globe. I am honored to represent Los Angeles with LOST II: Los Angeles. The book can be pre-ordered (launches at AIPAD in April) here. The books are selling out fast, so [...]

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2019 Month of Photography Denver

Thrilled to be a part of the Month of Photography Denver. I will be reviewing portfolio at the Denver Reviews hosted by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center and will have work on exhibition at Red Line Contemporary as part of the show, Delirium-Three Visions, curated by George P. Perez, John Lake and Mark Sink, running through [...]

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FOCUS Photo LA

Thanks to jurors Eve Schillo, LACMA, Gallerist Susan Spiritus, and Andy Romanoff for selecting my work as the Grand Prize winner in the FOCUS Photo LA Exhibition on display at Photo LA from January 31 – January 2nd, 2019. I will also be involved with several events for FOCUS Photo LA including being part of a book [...]

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Honor the Moon

Thanks to Gallerist Hannah Sloane for including my work in this exhibition.

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Aint Bad: Issue No.13

Thank you to Aint Bad, Gallerist Paul Kopeikin, and writer/photographer Dana Stirling for including work and interview in this thick-as-a-bible edition of curator’s choices in contemporary photography.

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