AUGUST 8, 2021
Opening Reception for Boston Camera Club’s Outdoor Photo Exhibition Draws Crowd to Seaport
The rain subsided just in time for the Opening Reception of the Boston Camera Club’s photography exhibition, The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views on July 25, 2021 in Boston’s Seaport District. The Sunday afternoon gathering was a celebration of the year-long project that culminated in featuring 88 large-scale member images printed on a 250-ft long banner, complemented with additional creative content by local community partners.
The Public Green on Fan Pier was filled with a large crowd for the reception as attendees came to view the outdoor exhibition and to interact with the participating photographers and community partners in attendance. In addition to light refreshments, a drawing was held to win a free one-year membership to the Boston Camera Club (a $70 value)!
PRESS RELEASE JULY 17, 2021
Opening Reception for Photo Banner
Postponed to July 25th Due To Rain Forecast
The Boston Camera Club has postponed its Opening Reception for its outdoor photography exhibition, The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views, to Sunday, July 25th, 1-3pm due to the rain forecast on the originally scheduled date of July 18th.
The opening reception will be held at the exhibition site at the Public Green on Fan Pier in Boston’s Seaport District (intersection of Northern Ave. & Marina Park Dr.). Participating photographers and community partners who contributed creative content will be on-hand to celebrate the expansive visual experience featuring 88 large-scale images printed on a 250-ft long banner.
JULY 17, 2021
The Boston Globe Features BCC’s Photo Banner Exhibition at Fan Pier
Thank you to The Boston Globe reporter, Riana Buchman, for a terrific story on the Boston Camera Club’s outdoor exhibition featured in the Art section of The Boston Globe on July 16th, “Boston Camera Club unspools its art along Fan Pier.”
The article describes how “exhibit curator Emily Belz took extra care to sequence it all according to shape, color, or subject matter, finding a way to link one image to the next.”
PRESS RELEASE JULY 5, 2021
BNN “Around Town” TV Documentary Brings Together Photographers and Community Voices for Boston Camera Club Exhibition in Seaport
Opening Reception on July 18th
The Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) “Around Town” TV show released a 30-minute documentary of The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views, the Boston Camera Club’s outdoor photography exhibition. Filmed on location at the Public Green on Fan Pier in Boston’s Seaport District, the program brought together the voices of the participating photographers and the community partners that created their own art in response to the images. The show features exclusive interviews and a fascinating presentation by curator Emily Belz who sequenced the photographs for the banner exhibition.
JUNE 10, 2021
GBH: “Images Make Music At A Seaport Photography Exhibition”
“Fabulous! Gorgeous pictures ... art meets art, artist meets artist ... a wonderful collaboration,” said Bowen in describing the “giant span of photography. I felt like I was in a museum, but outdoors.”
From the GBH website:
What better place to take in art than the outdoors? The Boston Camera Club is exhibiting a 250-foot-long banner of photography on the Fan Pier’s Public Green in Boston’s Seaport District. Titled “The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views,” the exhibition features 88 images by Boston Camera Club members. The photographs are lined up and connected by themes such as color, composition and subject matter to form a unique array of local artists. An artists reception will take place July 18 from 1-3pm.
PRESS RELEASE JUNE 1, 2021
Outdoor 250-Ft Long Photo Banner Exhibition
Installed in Boston’s Seaport District
The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views, the Boston Camera Club’s outdoor photography exhibition, was installed this week on the Public Green at Fan Pier in Boston’s Seaport District. Spanning an entire city block at Northern Avenue and Marina Park Drive, the exhibition is open to the public through November 2021.
MAY 31, 2021
Timelapse Video of Photo Banner Installation
Members of the Boston Camera Club nimbly managed through an uncertain weather forecast during the Memorial Day weekend to install the 250-ft photo banner exhibition at Fan Pier in Boston's Seaport District. Laying out the vinyl banner in sections, the installation crew raised each panel to secure the exhibition along the Public Green. The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views features 88 large-scale images of BCC members in a curated sequence creating a stunning visual experience.
Enjoy watching this timelapse video of the installation process. The outdoor photo banner is open to the public and will be on exhibition through November 2021.
PRESS RELEASE MAY 17, 2021
Experience The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views
A 250-ft Long Photo Exhibition at Fan Pier
The Boston Camera Club invites the public to view 88 large-scale photographs displayed in a series along an entire city block at Fan Pier on the Public Green in Boston’s Seaport District.
Free and open to the public from Memorial Day weekend through November 2021.
The Boston Camera Club this week announced The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views, an outdoor photography exhibition on the Public Green at Fan Pier in Boston’s bustling Seaport District. Spanning an entire city block at Northern Avenue and Marina Park Drive, the photo banner exhibition will run from Memorial Day weekend through November 2021.
MAY 31, 2021
First Look Gallery: Photo Banner Exhibition Installed at Fan Pier
Take a first look at the The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views photo exhibition now on display at Fan Pier in Boston's Seaport District. The outdoor exhibition displays 88 large-scale images by Boston Camera Club members printed on a 250-ft long banner. Browse the individual image gallery to learn more about the contributing photographers and read their artist statements. Also, delve into the creative content by Boston-area community partners as they engaged with the exhibition's photographs. The outdoor photo banner exhibition is open to the public through November 2021.