Student Kaminski Shows in New York

Remnants of Ghosts - By Helena Kaminski

COD Photo student Helena Kaminski had two photographs accepted in a show at the SOHO Photo gallery’s “Small Works National Competition.”

From the press release for the show:

New York, N.Y. – Soho Photo Gallery is honored to present the winners of its first Small Works Juried National Competition, as chosen by our distinguished juror, Richard Klein, Exhibitions Director of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, CT. We initiated this competition to recognize those photographers who still enjoy the discipline of creating small masterpieces in an era when large photographs ––very large–are in vogue. The competition’s rules stated that the height and width of entries could not exceed six inches in each direction. After viewing more than 600 images submitted by 95 photographers from across the country, Richard Klein, the juror, said, “Fifty photographs by 25 artists were chosen for Soho Photo’s Small Works Competition that exhibited a remarkable range of media, including tintype, silver gelatin, Polaroid, C-Print, and digital…Good art cannot be forgotten easily, and the 50 photographs in this show all exhibit consistent staying power.”

Sunning Tires by Helena Kaminski

The show runs the length of February, 2011.

Congratulations, Helena!

You can see more examples of Helena’s work on her website:


One Response to Student Kaminski Shows in New York

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