From Notes from a Rep’s Journal by Heather Elder
Jason Lindsey traveled to Santa Fe, New Mexico to show his fine art photography at CENTER’S Review Santa Fe. Review Santa Fe is a conference for photographers seeking audience expansion, critical discussion and community connection, a very apropos event for Jason to share his fine art. With much of his work creating commentary around sustainability, climate change, and through a lens of empathy, this portfolio review opened to door for lots of conversations and insights from the reviewers. Artists are selected through a blind-jury process of curators, editors and other industry leaders. Only the highest-ranking submissions receive an invitation to attend and as one of the oldest portfolio review events in the US, Jason notes how much of an honor it is to have been selected.
While in Santa Fe, Jason met nine esteemed reviewers and shared his fine art projects. While Jason felt that his Cracks in the Ice Project generated the most conversation, he said that all of his projects were well received and he really enjoyed the discussions he had with the reviewers.
View all of the photographers selected for the review here.
📸 by Aline Smithson