PhotoPlace Gallery offers monthly, juried photographic exhibitions to photographers worldwide, each with a new topic and internationally recognized juror. Juror gallery selections are exhibited in our physical gallery in Middlebury, Vermont, and all juror selections are permanently displayed on this website.
We are steadfast supporters of photography and photographers. Photographers retain all rights and ownership of their images. More information here.
Since our founding in 2009, we have gained a reputation for exhibiting photography of a high level of excellence, while promoting photographers and providing them with tools to further promote their own work. To that end, we encourage photographers to provide their social media and website addresses when enrolling.
To help defray expenses for distant photographers, we provide free matting and framing of accepted photographs for the duration of our exhibitions, providing they are sized to fit our pre-cut mats. By offering this service, we are able to support the goals of a greater number of photographers.
James Barker has been involved in photography in one way or another for over 50 years. He studied fine art and photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York in the early 1970s, and has done all manner of editorial and commercial photography, both in and out of the studio. He has served as a Photolucida Critical Mass juror for the past four years, and is the owner and director of PhotoPlace Gallery.
Zach graduated from Montana State University in 2012 with a BA in Film and Photography. He finished his Masters studies of the photographic arts at Lesley University in 2014. Since graduating, Zach has been focused on practicing and teaching analog photography. Zach joined the PhotoPlace Gallery team in 2020, where he enjoys the constant flow of quality photographs by talented artists from around the world.
Susan Hong has worked with and admired fine photography her entire professional life as an art director and graphic designer. She is pleased to be able to contribute to the effective display of such diverse, accomplished, and interesting work encountered at PhotoPlace Gallery.
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