Collect + Support
In 2013 PhotoNOLA established the Collectors Club series as a fundraising initiative with a mission to encourage collecting. Through this program we offer the public an opportunity to collect works by great contemporary photographers at an accessible price point. All proceeds support the programming initiatives of PhotoNOLA, a volunteer-run photography festival.
Each year we partner with a photographer to create a limited edition print. The editions of 100 (plus five artist proofs) are beautifully crafted archival pigment prints on 10×12” hot press, 100% cotton rag paper. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Tell my feet I made it Home, 2019 by Gus Bennett
Gus Bennett is a New Orleans-based photographer whose work is about community and collaboration. Tell my feet I made it Home is from a project he began after evacuating for Hurricane Katrina. Feet became a focal point for telling the story of his evacuation. Once back home, Bennett began to document feet dancing in the streets at New Orleans. The archival pigment print features an 7×9” image size on 10×12” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + $7 shipping & handling* | Purchase Tell my feet I made it Home here
Smoking Log, 2014 by Jane Fulton Alt
Jane Fulton Alt is an award-winning photographer who explores universal issues of humanity and the non-material world. Smoking Log is a new addition to her long-term series, The Burn, and is offered for the first time in this exclusive edition for PhotoNOLA. The archival pigment print features an 8×8” image size on 12×10” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + $7 shipping & handling* | Purchase Smoking Log here
Spiral Staircase, Charbonnet House, 2006 by Richard Sexton
Richard Sexton is a fine art and media photographer whose work has been published and exhibited worldwide. Spiral Staircase, Charbonnet House is from his series, Creole World, which was published as a book in 2014. The edition is an archival pigment print, featuring an 8×8” image size on 12×10” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + $7 shipping & handling* | Purchase Spiral Staircase, Charbonnet House here
Blow, 2011 by S. Gayle Stevens
S. Gayle Stevens is known for creating elegant and ephemeral images using antiquarian processes. Blow is from her Calligraphy series, which features plant and animal specimens collected on walks near her home and on travels. The work intertwines two concepts: beautiful line drawings and the memento mori, capturing, in the artist’s own words, “shadows of what was.” The original is a wet plate collodion tintype. This archival pigment print edition features a 7×7” image size on 12×10” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + shipping & handling* | Purchase Blow here
Aline Smithson is an award-winning California-based photographer whose work is published and exhibited internationally. Desert Suitcase, from her recent series Due West, is a nod to those who move west in search of the promised land. The edition is an archival pigment print, featuring an 8×8” image size on 12×10” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + shipping & handling* | Purchase Desert Suitcase here
David Halliday is renowned for depicting elegance in simplicity, beauty in the mundane, and the brilliant vitality of the people, places, and objects that he encounters on a daily basis. This previously unreleased still life was created exclusively for supporters of PhotoNOLA. The edition is an archival pigment print, featuring a 7×9” image size on 10×12” paper. Read more here.
Price: $100 + shipping & handling* | Purchase Meat & Metal here
Josephine Sacabo is an internationally renowned artist, who divides her time between New Orleans and Mexico. Both places inform her work, resulting in imagery that is dreamlike, surreal, and romantic. Las Estrellas is drawn from Sacabo’s Nocturnes series, wherein the artist imagines the world as seen by the moon. The original is a solarized image printed on photogravure. This archival pigment print edition was created exclusively to support PhotoNOLA, and features a 9×7” image size on 12×10” paper. Read more here.
*Shipping and handling within the U.S. is $7. Additional charges will apply for international orders, and will be calculated on a case by case basis.