This Land is Our Land Photo Exhibition (Jan 11-Feb 7)

01/11/2020 - 9:00am
02/07/2020 - 4:00am

This Land is Our Land Exhibit Collage

Exhibiting in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery

This Land is Our Land
8th Annual Photography Competition
January 11 - February 7
Reception (new time!): Wednesday, Jan. 15, 6:00 - 8:00 - awards presented @ 7pm
Juror: Sandra Carrion, Instructor, Nassau Community College

  Gallery Talk:  Thursday, January 23, 7:00 - 8:00

Congratulations to the photographers/artists who were selected to participate in this exhibit! View list of exhibiting artists here. 

In the Art League of Long Island’s 8th Annual Photography Competition titled “This Land is Our Land”, photographers and artists from the Tri-State NY area were asked to submit their interpretations of what makes us American. The
These images could be of iconic buildings, scenic landscapes, peopled events, family images, images that show a significant event or idea that is an important part of America.

Out of 373 entries, 60 works by 50 photographers were selected by exhibition juror Sandra Carrion to be exhibited. Ms. Carrion will also select awards of excellence and honorable mentions after the exhibit has been installed in the gallery. Sandra Carrion is an Instructor at Nassau Community College. She served as director of Soho Photo Gallery and is the creator of the popular International Krappy Kamera Competition and Exhibition held annually at Soho Photo in Manhattan. Ms. Carrion is also a founding member of fotofoto Gallery in Huntington, NY and 9 East Contemporary Art Guild in Huntington, NY.

Pictured Above Clockwise from top left:  Waimea Canyon, Kauai, HI, digital photo by Anna Fredericks; In the Midst, digital photo by Monica Agosta; Solstice In Times Square, digital photo by Edward Hansen; Spirit Totem, Dead Man's Flat, AZ, digital photo by John Porter; Golden Memories, Sunny's Riverhead Diner And Grill, digital photo by Pamela Waldroup; Super Spooky Superband, digital photo by Paul Mele; Liberty, digital photo by Michael Sharinn; Tribute Lights, digital photo by Alissa Rosenberg; Anywhere America, The Now Of The Then, digital photo by Sue Miller; Orient Point, polaroid transfer by Margaret Casella