Passeggiata Each evening, after dinner, it is the custom in Italy to take a stroll, or passeggiata. The intention of this collaborative exhibition is to create a passeggiata between two galleries in Huntington. Each gallery, 9 East Contemporary Art Guild located at 9 East Carver Stree
Harold Naideau president of the long Island Chapter of ASMP, and member of FotoFoto Gallery has asked me to announce That ASMP is hosting a Fashion Photography Worshop For information click on the link below. http://www.asmpli.org/newsevents
Yesterday I attended an Iphone workshop taught by Lois Youmans, and Sandra Carrion owners of “The Image Factory” http://www.imagefactoryworkshops.com/workshop/ Both Sandra ,and Lois are also happen to be founding members of FotoFoto. This class is a five hour comprehensive
FotoFoto is pleased to introduce you to our newest members. Congratulations and welcome to Andrea M. Gordon and Harold Naideau You can view their portfolios and bios by going to the “Artists” page on our website.
FotoFoto member Sandra Carrion has a beautiful exhibit showing at 9 East Contemporary Art Guild 9 East Carver St. Huntington 11743 hours: Fri – Sun 1-5pm The Show runs from September 27 – October 27 The Show titled “the In Project” is a collection of beautiful
Join Ray Germann and Holly Gordon for a reception at fotofoto gallery on October 5th from 5 – 7pm. Exhibition runs from October 4 – 27, 2013. Ray Germann, known for his exquisite black and white landscapes, unveils recent work. Many images have never been exhibited. Don
A beautiful Saturday afternoon at fotofoto gallery. Guests enjoyed a lively discussion with three of photography’s most respected visionaries. The topic of the day was the role of the small gallery as a launching pad for emerging artists. Thank you to our panelists: Joanne Henin
Join us on Saturday, September 7th from 5 – 7pm for an opening to celebrate three exhibitions at fotofoto gallery. Joan Powers presents South Korea: my adopted heritage. A look back with an appreciation for another time and place. Ms. Powers’s photographs were taken over 3