I recently finished a small-edition, self-published book, Bright, Bright Day.
The pictures in the book were all made in 2018, and all are made with a Fuji Instax. The completed book also includes passages from The Dhammapada, the classic Buddhist text. Bright, Bright Day is printed in an edition of 25; contact me if you are interested in a copy. You can see more about the book here.
I was invited to share my work from Denver and conduct a workshop on landscape photography at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia. I will be in Novi Sad between October 1-11.
My recent exhibition at the Community School of Music and Art in downtown Ithaca received a nice little review in the Ithaca Times!
Thought I'd share an interview I did a couple years back, in Monovisions. Follow the link for more.
Another short review of my exhibition at the Johnson Museum, found here. The exhibition is now down, but you can still get the book at Photo Eye!
There is a new interview with me published in the Ithaca Times! It's about my new book with OUP - please take a look!
In collaboration with Yogyakarta based curator Alia Swastika, I am organized a two-night screening of contemporary film and video art from Java. The screening will first be held at the Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University on Thursday, April 20th at 5:15, and then a second time at the Colorado College on Wednesday, April 26th. Please contact me for more information!
The book I published with Afterhours Books and Cornell University is now being sold at Photo Eye in Santa Fe.
There is a nice review of my exhibition at the Johnson Museum of Art written up in the Ithaca Times.
I was recently invited to participate in a new online catalog of artists who've participated in the MacDowell Colony residencies. Link to my page here.
Brian Arnold is a photographer, educator, writer, and musician living in Ithaca, NY. For more information, please visit my other blog, A Photographer's Journal.