Daniel W. Coburn will present “A Family Album and the Domestic Reliquary” at the 2012 Society for Photographic Education Southwest Conference.

November 26, 2012

A Family Album and the Domestic Reliquary
Artist Talk by Daniel W. Coburn
Society for Photographic Education Southwest Regional Conference
Aztlan Center
Fort Collins, Colorado.
Friday, November 2, 3:55pm

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“Next of Kin” featured in Change of “Pace” at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography

June 25, 2012

“Mom Has the Final Say” from my series Next of Kin is currently in a group show “Change of Pace” at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography curated by David Bram, founder and editor of Fraction Magazine.

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Jeff Rich’s new monograph “Watershed: The French Broad River” in Issue 38 of Fraction Magazine

May 7, 2012

I recently wrote a review Jeff Rich’s new monograph Watershed:The French Broad River for Issue 38 of Fraction Magazine. Jeff was the 2010 PhotoLucida Critical Mass book award winner.

Check out Fraction Magazine and read the review here:

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Daniel W. Coburn review of Alec Soth’s and John Gossage’s “The Auckland Project” in Issue 37 of Fraction Magazine.

April 1, 2012

Check out my review of Alec Soth’s and John Gossage’s collaborative book The Auckland Project in Issue 37 of Fraction Magazine.

Check out the review and Fraction Magazine!

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Daniel W. Coburn’s “Next of Kin” to be featured in “In Your Dreams” at PhotoPlace Gallery

March 7, 2012

My image “Jake Plays With Fire” was chosen by Juror Susan Burnstine for inclusion in the exhibit “In Your Dreams” at Vermont PhotoPlace Gallery. Only 75 images were chosen from 1650 sumbissions!

More info:

Juror: SUSAN BURNSTINE

Exhibition dates: April 17 – May 12, 2012
Gallery hours: Tuesdays through Fridays 11-4; Saturdays: 10-2.
By appointment only on Sundays and Mondays.
Reception: May 11, 5:30-7:00 (The reception will be part of the town of Middlebury May ArtsWalk)


Juror’s Statement:

It was a pleasure and honor to act as juror for In Your Dreams; a theme I hold very close to my heart. With approximately1650 submissions, it was incredibly difficult to narrow down the selections to a mere 75. Overall, the work was strong, thus images that evocatively dissected mysterious elements within unconscious existences dictated the final selections. Selected images adhered to using universal metaphor, symbols or personal attributes of one’s own dreams or nightmares, which when viewed as a group create what may represent a continuous, collective flow of dreaming. Together, these images pose the question of what is real versus imaginary, conscious versus unconscious and further encourage us to stretch our perception. There were many images I was drawn to and wished there was room to include. It takes a good deal of courage to tackle a theme such as this honestly and authentically so I’d like to congratulate everyone who submitted in addition to those who were selected to exhibit.

Susan Burnstine

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Kevin Erskine’s book “Supercell” for Photo-Eye Magazine.

March 7, 2012

Just Published! My review of Kevin Erskine’s book Supercell for Photo-eye Magazine.

Reminds me of my days following storms in Kansas!

Buy the book from Photo-eye and read the review here!

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Ryan McGinley’s new book “You and I” for issue 36 of Fraction Magazine.

March 7, 2012

Just Published! My review of Ryan McGinley’s new monograph, You and I, for issue 36 of Fraction Magazine.

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Espen R. Krukhaug’s new monograph “Bifrost” for Photo-Eye magazine.

February 7, 2012

Daniel Coburn recently reviewed Espen R. Krukhaug’s latest monograph “Bifrost” for Photo-Eye magazine.

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Daniel W. Coburn reviews Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s posthumous release “Dolls and Masks” for Fraction Magazine

February 7, 2012

Daniel Coburn recently wrote a review of Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s posthumous monograph Dolls and Masks.

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“Truth Defined” – UNM Graduate Student Exhibition and Panel Discussion in Conjunction with SPE Southwest Conference.

January 12, 2012

Selections from Daniel Coburn’s “Next of Kin” series will be on display in an upcoming exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

This exhibit features work by The University of New Mexico photography graduate students.

A UNM Graduate Student Exhibition | November 11th thru December 11th
In the Spector Ripps Project Space


Truth Defined, an exhibition comprised of photo based works, runs simultaneously with the Society for Photographic Education Southwest Regional Conference held at The School of Arts and Design at Santa Fe Community College. The exhibit is designed as a supplement to the panel discussion, How Photography Fails Us, lead by current UNM graduate students in support of this year’s conference theme Photographic Truths and Other Illusions. The panel discussion and exhibit are executed to challenge the role of the photograph as a vessel for truth. Although distinctly different, each of these artists’ work hones in on similar themes, primarily the human tendency to perceive the photograph as reality while failing to recognize the subjective nature of the lens. Photographs by The University of New Mexico MFA candidates Stephanie Brunia, Daniel Coburn, Rachel Cox, Lauren Greenwald, Jamie Kovach and Colby Sempek.

Public Opening 6:00-9:00pm November 11th

http://www.ccasantafe.org/exhibitions/169-truth-defined

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