PHOTOJAX 2011 in Jacksonville, FL:
Exhibits Featuring Jeff Rich and Alexander Diaz

PHOTOJAX 2011 Logo

In fewer than two weeks, Jacksonville, FL, will host it’s inaugural 2-day photography festival, PHOTOJAX 2011. According to the festival’s website: "PHOTOJAX 2011 offers a diversity of photography related exhibitions, artist receptions, portfolio reviews, and a community cell phone image projection exhibit hosted by various venues throughout Jacksonville. PHOTOJAX is a not-for-profit organization coordinated by a group of dedicated volunteers in conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, a cultural resource of The University of North Florida. The festival brings together photographers, photography enthusiasts, collectors, educators, galleries, museums and the general public to explore all aspects of the medium by answering this year’s thematic question: ‘What is Photography?’"

Among the photographers showing work during the festival are One, One Thousand featured artists Jeff Rich and Alexander Diaz.

No Place in Particular: Images of the American Landscape Logo

In collaboration with the PHOTOJAX photography festival, Alexander Diaz curated "No Place in Particular: Images of the American Landscape." The photography exhibition investigates the visual, societal, and ecological consequences of postwar development, and it is a component of the museum’s celebration of photography this fall. Opening today, September, 7, at the UNF Gallery at The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA), the exhibit features artists including Jeff Rich, Jeremiah Ariaz, Bryon Darby, Matt Siber, Steven B. Smith, Amy Stein, Michael Vahrenwald, and Scott Wheeler.

The show will be open from September 7 — November 6, 2011.

The UNF Gallery at MOCA is located at 333 North Laura Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32202. Here’s a link to Google Maps for directions.

For more information about Jeff Rich’s upcoming shows, please visit his blog: Shot or Taken.

Apart from curating "No Place in Particular: Images of the American Landscape," Alexander Diaz will also being showing photographs in the group show "What is Photography?" during PHOTOJAX. "What is Photography?" is at the Southlight Gallery and features the following artists: Alexander Diaz, Doug Eng, Dominick Martorelli, Michael Dunlap, Anna Tomczak, Jane Shirek, Gary Mcelwee, Paul Karabinis, Craig Monroe, and Chris W. Luhar-Trice.

Artists’ reception: September 7, 2011, 5—9pm

The Southlight Gallery is located at 6 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32202. Here’s a link to Google Maps for directions.

Editor’s Note: You can view a selection of Rich’s photography featured on One, One Thousand in July 2011. You can also view more of Rich’s photography on his website:

You can view a selection of Diaz’s photography featured on One, One Thousand in June 2011. You can also view more of Diaz’s photography on his website:

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