18th Annual Photography Auction & Exhibition

A world class collection with styles and prices for all

18th Annual Photography Auction & Exhibition

In-Sight Photography Project’s 18th Annual Photography Auction & Exhibition is open for bidding through October 30 at 6:00pm at WWW.32AUCTIONS.COM/INSIGHT2016. The Exhibition may be seen at the Vermont Center for Photography at 49 Flat Street in Brattleboro, VT, daily from 12:00-5:00pm.

The closing on Sunday, October 30 is accompanied by a reception from 3:00-6:00 pm. Although bidding takes place online and is open to collectors and enthusiasts all over the world, the closing reception brings together regional bidders to follow bids, see the exhibit for the last time, share refreshments, and take home winnings at the end of the evening.

The Auction & Exhibition offers a world class collection, with more than 250 prints and books donated by photographers and collectors to support In-Sight’s programs. This year includes works from renowned photographers such as Jon Cone, Fred Cray, Jim Dow, Doug Dubois, Frank Fournier, Elijah Gowin, Siegfried Halus, David Hilliard, Kevin Horan, Susan Jahoda, Mark Klett, Erica Lansner, John Launois, Yukiko Launois, O. Winston Link, Lakshmi Luthra, Christopher Makos, Ivan Massar, Elaine O’Neil, Stephen Petegorsky, Ron Rosenstock, Mark Shaw, Judy Walgren, Bruce West, John Willis, and many, many more.

The collection is brought together to satisfy all audiences, from sophisticated collectors to art-loving bargain hunters. Photographic subjects are diverse, and techniques include silver gelatin, archival pigment, cyanotype, daguerreotype, carbon, photogravure, and mixed media. Starting bids range from $5 to $1,000.

Online bidding is open through October 30 at 6:00pm. Setting up a bidding profile is the first easy step to bid, and anyone can look, at WWW.32AUCTIONS.COM/INSIGHT2016.

The generous co-sponsors of the 18th Annual Photography Auction & Exhibition are New Chapter, Cone Editions Press, Marlboro College, and Vermont Arts 2016.

Since its founding in 1992 by photographers John Willis and Bill Ledger, In-Sight has served an estimated 3,500 youth. In-Sight Photography Project and its Exposures Cross-Cultural Youth Arts Program empower youth to find their own creative voices and to communicate their unique personal visions through photography. Classes in photographic arts are provided regardless of participants’ ability to pay. Curriculum is guided by understanding and respect for individuals, communities, and cultures. For more information about In-Sight Photography Project please visit www.insight-photography.org or call (802) 251-9960.

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