Spiritus, Gallery Owner / Newport Beach, CA
Julian Cox, Curator of Photography / High Museum of Art / Atlanta, GA
High Museum of Art / Atlanta
Julian Cox joined the High as the new Curator of Photography in June 2005. Cox came from the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles where he served as associate curator in the department of photographs. Curator of "Spirit into Matter: The Photographs of Edmund Teske," Getty Center, 2004 was accompanied by a 180-page catalogue by Julian Cox. He is a co-author of the critically acclaimed publication "Julia Margaret Cameron: The Complete Photographs" (2003), the first catalogue raisonne of her work. He has also worked at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, England, and the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. He received a Master of Philosophy degree in the history of photography from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, in 1990, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history from the University of Manchester, England, in 1987.
High Museum Current Exhibition, Intersections: Atlanta Collects Photography
Through January 7, 2007 Lower Level, Wieland Pavilion
Erwitt, Senior Associate Photo Editor, Vanity Fair / Conde Nast
Publication / NY
- Curator of Photography / Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA), San Diego,
Jason Murison, Director, P.P.O.W Gallery / Pilkington . Olsoff Fine Arts, Inc. / New York City
Jason Murison is the current director of PPOW gallery, New York. PPOW specializes in showcasing contemporary art works with a focus on both the social and the political. Photographers such as Carrie Mae Weems, Carolee Schneemann, Ellen Kooi, and Dinh Q Le have been an integral part of its program.
Mr. Murison has also curated extensively organizing such shows as How I Finally Accepted Fate at the Elizabeth Foundation, New York [brochure, essay], The Most Splendid Apocalypse, 2005, Impact: New Mural Projects 2004 at PPOW Gallery, NY, Escape Fro New York at the New Jersey Center for the Arts, New Jersey [catalogue] 2003, as well as an upcoming exhibition on Real Estate entitled The Price of Nothing scheduled for the Elizabeth Foundation in the Spring 2007. He has also written critical reviews for both NY Arts Magazine and Brooklyn Rail and lectured at the New School and Parsons.
WIPI recent Online Exhibitions and Jury panels
Turning Silver Juror 100 - 2006
Turning Silver Honorable Mentions
Archived Online Exhibitions:
Beauty, Camera Eye of the Beholder Exhibit - 2005
Decisive Moments Exhibit - 2005
virtual * visual Exhibit - 2004
Tea Time Exhibit - 2001
Exhibition listings starting 1985
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