Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Nature
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’ve invited you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. We have now come to our final theme: Nature.
Let Scott McFarland’s vegetative image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will feature submissions on our website over the next two weeks.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aknature and @albrightknox in your captions. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Scott McFarland’s Empire No. 1, 2005 (© 2005 Scott McFarland)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Nature

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’ve invited you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. We have now come to our final theme: Nature.

Let Scott McFarland’s vegetative image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will feature submissions on our website over the next two weeks.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aknature and @albrightknox in your captions. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Scott McFarland’s Empire No. 1, 2005 (© 2005 Scott McFarland)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Altered Images
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: AlteredImages.
Let John Pfahl’s altered landscape image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akaltered and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: John Pfahl’s Lower Yellowstone Falls, Wyoming from the series “Métamorphoses de la Terre,” 2010 (© 2010 John Pfahl)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Altered Images

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: AlteredImages.

Let John Pfahl’s altered landscape image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akaltered and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: John Pfahl’s Lower Yellowstone Falls, Wyoming from the series “Métamorphoses de la Terre,” 2010 (© 2010 John Pfahl)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Staged Images
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Staged Images.
Let John Massey’s dreamlike image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akstaged and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: John Massey’s Red Curtain from the series “After Le Mépris,” 2010 (© 2010 John Massey)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Staged Images

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Staged Images.

Let John Massey’s dreamlike image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akstaged and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: John Massey’s Red Curtain from the series “After Le Mépris,” 2010 (© 2010 John Massey)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Social Commentary
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Social Commentary.
Let Lorna Simpson’s complex composite image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akcomm and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Lorna Simpson’s Counting, 1991

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Social Commentary

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Social Commentary.

Let Lorna Simpson’s complex composite image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akcomm and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Lorna Simpson’s Counting, 1991

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: War
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: War.
Let Jennifer Karady’s image of a Western New York veteran, above, inspire you. Your photos could represent a conflict itself, the aftermath of a struggle, people who have been affected by war, or your own interpretation. We will feature submissions on our website every Friday.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akwar and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Jennifer Karady’s Former Sergeant Jose Adames, U.S. Marine Corps Recon, Stinger Gunner, 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom; Brooklyn, NY, February 2009 from the series “Soldiers’ Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan,” 2009 (© 2009 Jennifer Karady)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: War

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: War.

Let Jennifer Karady’s image of a Western New York veteran, above, inspire you. Your photos could represent a conflict itself, the aftermath of a struggle, people who have been affected by war, or your own interpretation. We will feature submissions on our website every Friday.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akwar and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Jennifer Karady’s Former Sergeant Jose Adames, U.S. Marine Corps Recon, Stinger Gunner, 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom; Brooklyn, NY, February 2009 from the series “Soldiers’ Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan,” 2009 (© 2009 Jennifer Karady)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Light
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Light.
Let Luisa Lambri’s image from Buffalo’s Darwin D. Martin House, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aklight and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Luisa Lambri’s Darwin D. Martin House #03, 2007 (© 2007 Luisa Lambri)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Light

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Light.

Let Luisa Lambri’s image from Buffalo’s Darwin D. Martin House, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aklight and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Luisa Lambri’s Darwin D. Martin House #03, 2007 (© 2007 Luisa Lambri)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Cities
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Cities.
Let Thomas Struth’s skyline image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akcities and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle. Please keep in mind that your photos need to be submitted from a public account for us to see them.)
Image: Thomas Struth’s Pudong, Shanghai, 1999 (© Thomas Struth)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Cities

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Cities.

Let Thomas Struth’s skyline image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akcities and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle. Please keep in mind that your photos need to be submitted from a public account for us to see them.)

Image: Thomas Struth’s Pudong, Shanghai, 1999 (© Thomas Struth)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: People
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: People.
Let Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s image of two New York pedestrians, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akpeople and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Image: Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Head #6, 2001 (Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York/London)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: People

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: People.

Let Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s image of two New York pedestrians, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akpeople and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Image: Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Head #6, 2001 (Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York/London)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Interiors
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Interiors.
Let Angela Grauerholz’s pensive image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akinteriors and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
IMAGE: Angela Grauerholz (Canadian, born 1952). Window, 1988. Cibachrome print (unique), 48 x 72 inches (121.9 x 182.9 cm). Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Edmund Hayes Fund, 1996. Courtesy Angela Grauerholz/Art45 Montreal.

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Interiors

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. This week: Interiors.

Let Angela Grauerholz’s pensive image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #akinteriors and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

IMAGE: Angela Grauerholz (Canadian, born 1952). Window, 1988. Cibachrome print (unique), 48 x 72 inches (121.9 x 182.9 cm). Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Edmund Hayes Fund, 1996. Courtesy Angela Grauerholz/Art45 Montreal.

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Landscapes
Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. First up: Landscapes.
Let Justine Kurland’s snowy image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.
Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aklandscapes and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)
Be creative, and have fun. We’re looking forward to seeing your photos!
Image: Justine Kurland’s Buses on the Farm, 2003 (© 2003 Justine Kurland)

Show Us How You Experiment with Photography: Landscapes

Throughout the course of Looking Out and Looking In: A Selection of Contemporary Photography, we’re inviting you to share photos based on different themes in contemporary photography that are reflected in the exhibition. First up: Landscapes.

Let Justine Kurland’s snowy image, above, inspire you, or interpret the theme in your own way. We will periodically feature submissions on our website.

Please share your photos by posting them on Instagram or Twitter and include #aklandscapes and @albrightknox in your caption. (When you share an image, you are giving us permission to repost it, accompanied by your Instagram or Twitter handle.)

Be creative, and have fun. We’re looking forward to seeing your photos!

Image: Justine Kurland’s Buses on the Farm, 2003 (© 2003 Justine Kurland)