PhotoTapas 2015 Events Aim to Enrich Metro Phoenix's Photography Community

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"Alternative Lineage" Arizona State University Northlight Gallery February 3 through March 21

Curated by Shelby Graham, who is also featured in the exhibition, "Alternative Lineage" is a sort of experiment on five generations of photographers, studying how each of the six participating photographers alter unconventional photographic practices over time.

"Diverse Analogue Photography" Method Arts Gallery February 5 through February 27

The artists of ImageWorks, a Phoenix-based group who focuses on large format fine art photography and alternative processes, will exhibit their various photographic skills during Art Walks throughout the month.

"Extended Family" Night Gallery February 6 through February 28

Young artists get the chance to shine as the Arizona State University School of Art and high school students from around the area partner for "Extended Family." Photographs from the high school students will explore familial relationships through the lens of their own families.

"The Ten Most Exciting Photographers I Learned About Last Year, Presented by Alan Rapp" InFocus at Phoenix Art Museum February 11

Alan Rapp, editor and visual book consultant, will present his 10 favorite photographers he discovered over the past year. After the presentation, audience members will have the chance to vote on their favorite. InFocus will then purchase a print from the winner to be raffled off at next year's event. One audience member will have the chance to win a high-quality print by Lauren Marsolier, who won last year's audience vote.

"Fugue in Dark and Light by Luis Salazar" Modified Arts February 20 through March 17

Luis Salazar utilizes the human form in a series of dance movements and the reflection of light off of the dancers' gowns to illustrate the relationship between light and dark.

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