As 2019 draws to a close…

Posted on December 3, 2019

Dear Friends, FotoFocus had a tremendously exciting and successful year in presenting and supporting the region’s finest in lens-based art. As 2019 draws to a close, we want to share highlights from this past year and kick-off the celebration of our 10-year anniversary in 2020. At FotoFocus, we collaborate to present and support photography and … Continued

FotoFocus Partners with Lightborne and the CAC for BLINK AR Experience: Multiverse

Posted on November 1, 2019

FotoFocus, Lightborne Communications, Inc., creators of cutting-edge video content, and the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) together announce Multiverse, the first Augmented Reality (AR) experience that brings a BLINK projection mapping creation to life in the palm of your hand. “BLINK is an internationally recognized light, art and projection mapping event that we are thrilled to … Continued

Thank You for Making AutoUpdate a Success!

Posted on October 29, 2019

The FotoFocus Symposium, AutoUpdate: Photography in the Electronic Age brought together a rich diversity of speakers to address digital technology’s impact on photography and video, and its disruption of art making and news cycles in a media obsessed world. This series of lectures and panel discussions included international artists and speakers addressing photography’s part in the current global crisis … Continued

AutoUpdate Exhibition Artist Announcement

Posted on August 22, 2019

FotoFocus ​is pleased to announce the 44 artists selected from an open call for inclusion in the group exhibition ​AutoUpdate​, which examines technology’s impact on photography and video. Featuring artists from the Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, their work will be on view from ​September 14 – November 16, 2019 at ​The Carnegie in Northern Kentucky. … Continued

AutoUpdate: Photography in the Electronic Age Speakers and Schedule

Posted on August 1, 2019

The FotoFocus day-long symposium, AutoUpdate: Photography in the Electronic Age held at The Carnegie in Northern Kentucky on Saturday, October 5, will feature lectures and panel discussions from international artists, curators, journalists, and educators. The symposium invites speakers to review photography’s part in the current global crisis of information exchange; the fate of documentary filmmaking in a “post-truth” … Continued