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February 2018
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The Unknown Military closes

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The Best of 2017 opens
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Salon night
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The Best of 2017 Troy Night Out Reception

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Current Show

Best of 2017

Saturday, February 10–March 11, 2018

Troy Night Out Reception Friday, Febuary 23

The Best of 201" exhibition is exhilarating, to say the least. It features sixty works by thirty artists, brilliantly installed by Adam Putnam.

Come visit and enjoy some of the best of the best photos of the past year.

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Future Shows

Student Show Call for Entries

Watch for entry details!

The annual Student Show is next. Dates and details will be announced soon.

Digital or print entries from college and high school students enrolled or residing within one hundred miles of the Capital District.

Students do not need to be enrolled in art or photo courses.

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Previous Shows

The Unknown Military

November 11, 2017–February 4, 2018

The Unknown Military opened on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11, with a reception from 4 to 8 p.m.

The show honors the veterans of America’s wars.  Drawing from the Photography Center's  extensive archives of vintage images, curator and Associate Director Adam Putnam has assembled an unprecedented exhibition of photographs and artifacts representing every major US conflict from the Civil War to the Iraq War.

Hundreds of images are on view, including Daguerreotype and tintype portraits from the Civil War era, French soldiers in the trenches of World War I, sailors in the World War II Pacific Theater. The images are of unknown persons, made by unknown photographers offering uniquely personal photographic perspectives.

To broaden the viewing experience, a variety of vintage artifacts and art are included in this exhibit.  From the Photography Center Museum, cameras from each period will be paired with examples of photographs which could have been made by them.

The Unknown Military uses images from original unique personal photo albums to document places, people and events, and to honor those who served and sacrificed in combat from the 1860s to the 21st century.

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The Photography Center Gallery's Exhibition Policies

Liability and Insurance

Artists’ work while on display or in the proper custody of the Photography Center per exhibition agreements will be insured between the designated drop-off and pickup dates against damage or loss for the full value of all materials which can be documented as comprising the artwork, unless the artist can demonstrate that similar artwork by the artist has been previously sold for the listed selling price, in which case the insured value in case of damage or loss will be half of the listed selling price.

The gallery is not responsible for the insurance of the work during transit or after last pickup date. The artist will be responsible for adhering to all deadlines and schedules imposed by the gallery and for the arranging the drop-off and pickup of their work. No work may be removed before the end of the exhibit.

Commission

The Gallery's commission on sold work is thirty (30) percent.

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