In November

Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce its November show will feature the winning entries in the 9th National Alternative Process Competition, as well as a guest exhibition, Studies of Gender in Western Art by Morgan Post. 

Exhibition: November 6–November 30, 2013
Opening Reception: November 5, 6–8 pm 


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Alternative Process Competition

Gary Geboy, Beaufort, SC First Place

Angela Wells, Tempe, AZ Second Place

Audrey Bernstein, Dobbs Ferry, NY Third Place


The 2013 Alternative Processes Competition presents the winning images of photographers from across the United States. The images submitted for this competition represent a wide range of alternative methods that can include beeswax paper negative, Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, platinum/palladium, gum bichromate, gold toned salt print, tintype, and ziatype.

The juror for the 9th Annual Alternative Processes Competition was Jill Enfield, one of this country’s most respected fine art, editorial and commercial photographers. Her commercial work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic and Hasselblad. Enfield’s second book on Alternative Processes was published in June 2013.

centipede for web

Centipede © 2013 Gary Geboy

Studies of Gender in Western Art


Morgan Post, guest artist


Morgan grew up in Utah and from an early age was fascinated with photography. His current glass plate work uses the means and conventions of 19th century technology to create contrast and tension, which acts to highlight the social ethos of the rapidly evolving 21st. His infatuation with imagery regarding relationships, love, beauty and intimacy transcends many of America’s social norms and ideology.

Morgan has been a large format wet plate photographer and educator for the past seven years. Post earned an MFA degree from Utah State University and has worked extensively as a fine art and commercial photographer and digital artist in both Los Angeles and New York. He currently teaches at Long Island University, Brooklyn, the Center for Alternative Photography, and Fairfield University.

Kiss for web

Kiss © 2013 Morgan Post