@aipadphoto, Martine Fougeron's Teen Tribe work is featured in the special exhibitions ‘Forever Young’: Selections from the Joe Baio Collection of Photography. Culled from his collection of 6,000 images, the selection for The Photography Show, curated by Mr. Baio and Anne Griffin, is installed salon-style to echo the collection as it is displayed in their home. #TeenTribe #AIPAD2018 #https://www.aipadshow.com/Exhibitors/Special-Exhibitions/Special-Exhibitions-Joe-Baio
Group exhibition: The Wing Social Club Debuts Its New Brooklyn Space With an All-Woman Art Exhibition works by lex Prager, Alice Lancaster, Lana Barkin, Danielle Gottesman, Katherine Blackburne, Tina Barney, Pamela Hanson, Louise Parker, and Martine Fougeron, among others. Curated by Lolita Cros. Read in artnet.
The Photography Master Retreat is a one-week immersive and international workshop which mentors established and emerging photographers to rethink their work, refocus their trajectory and recharge their artistic batteries.
Founded by Martine Fougeron, The Photography Master Retreat, fifth edition, will be held from July 6-13, 2019 in the south of France, the week after Les Rencontres d'Arles. For a select group of fourteen participants, chosen by the mentors from submitted applications. Apply for next year.
Commissioned Portraits for FT and Les Echos Week-End
Martine Fougeron is a fine art photographer living and working in New York whose work has been exhibited internationally and is held in major public and private collections.
Her incisive images of life and culture in that city have made her a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The WSJ Magazine, FT Week End and New York Magazine.
Fougeron is on the faculty of the International Center of Photography and has been a guest artist and teacher at Pratt Institute, New York University, CCNY and SVA. Martine was a 2016 artist in residence at Yaddo.
Martine is the founder of The Photography Master Retreat - a unique one-week, mentor-led retreat for professional photographers held in the remote medieval hamlet of Esparon in the south of France every year in July, after les Rencontres d'Arles.