2018 CPA International Juried Exhibition

Marty CohenB+W, Center for Photographic Art, Exhibitions29 Comments

Crab Carts

I entered several images into the 2018 Center for Photographic Art International Juried Exhibition. This year’s juror, Eve Schillo, is the Assistant Curator in the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She reviewed over 1,100 images that were submitted from around the world and only 45 were selected to be displayed in the gallery and another 45 to be included in an online gallery and the catalog.

I am proud to announce that my image, “Crab Carts” was selected for the online gallery. To have one of my images selected by this juror from over 1,100 to be part of a 90 image exhibition is a great honor.

The Center for Photographic Art will set up an online gallery of the 45 gallery images and the additional 45 online gallery images (which will include mine). You will be able to see all the images once the exhibit opens Saturday, November 10, 2018. I will add the link to the online gallery here when it's available, so check back at this page after November 10th. You are invited to attend a lecture by Ms. Schillo in Carpenter Hall, Sunset Center, Carmel, CA. from 4:00 - 5:00 pm to be followed by an opening reception in the CPA gallery from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.

And, REMEMBER TO VOTE - November 6, 2018

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29 Comments on “2018 CPA International Juried Exhibition”

  1. Congrats Marty! Really great image, like all the texture you were able to capture in black – white too.

  2. Great! We are really excited for you. Love your work.. Thank you for including me on your distribution list.


  3. Congratulations, Marty! It’s wonderful to find a moment of enjoyment in these turbulent times.

  4. I love that you find such interesting things to photograph. So interesting and you should be proud!

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