MoP 2013 continues: In Camera Abstractions explores the alchemy of photography

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David Sharpe, "Eastern Phenomena," color pinhole image.
Month of Photography 2013 is far from over. A reception from 5 to 8 p.m. tonight at the McNichols Building in Civic Center, will celebrate an unusual city-curated exhibit, In Camera Abstractions, which explores images manipulated within the camera, without digital effects.

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- Traveling Route 40: Celebrating the Character of Colfax Avenue
- RedLine's group photography show is earning double takes
- Ten shows to see during Month of Photography


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Month of Photography: Dave Wood's The Art of Roller Derby

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David Wood Photography
The Oly Rollers at the Fillmore.
Photographer Dave Wood's new show, The Art of Roller Derby, coincides with the city-wide Month of Photography celebration and also kicks off a new monthly artist showcase series at Herman's Hideaway. Wood has been photographing roller derby for the last three years, and will be featuring a selection of his black-and-white images -- made into large prints on aluminum sheets -- when the show opens on Sunday, March 3.

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- Rocky Mountain Rollergirls Triple Shot Misto and Fiona Grapple to take on The Amazing Race
- Denver's eleven best roller derby nicknames

- Rocky Mountain Rollergirls at the Fillmore

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Abecedarian Gallery showcases photographic artists' books for Month of Photography 2013

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Alex Appella, "Janos Book."
Month of Photography 2013 officially begins on March 1, but Alicia Bailey's tiny temple to book-art, Abecedarian Gallery, is getting a head start tonight, when Photo Book Works, an international exhibition of artists' books incorporating photos and photographic processes, opens in conjunction with the Third Friday Artwalk on Santa Fe Drive. The small but potent show was juried with a keen eye by Rupert Jenkins of the Colorado Photographic Art Center.

See Photo Book Works from 5 to 8 p.m.; the show, along with some side exhibits, then continues through April 6. Following is a sampling of what you'll see unfolding at Abecedarian.

See also:
- Best Street Art - 2011: The Big Picture
- Photos: Modest in Scale showcases small-scale art for the holidays
- The Big Draw: No flyovers, no marching band, no more tears. And put a magnet on it.


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