Megan Pobywajlo
Making photographs and books in Kansas City, MO.
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We want you for August Critique Night!




It’s time for another Archive Collective CRIT NIGHT ! These critiques are pretty informal. We open up an apartment, we welcome the public, we drink a ton of coffee, and we talk about new work from three local/regional artists using photography.

So, what are you working on?

We are looking…

It’s not too late to get your work into our next round of CRIT NIGHT. We’ve had some really good work submitted, but we want to give some more applicants a shot. Send us your stuff!

Please provide:

name and contact information

link to website or work samples

and a brief description of what you are working on

Send HERE or via Facebook message HERE

The Art Book Review: Why Art Photography? by Lucy Soutter


A worthwhile read on a recent survey book about the perennially problematic nature of art photography, by Sarah Bay Williams:


Why Art Photography? does not ask if the photograph is worthy of the museum or academy—that battle has been fought elsewhere—nor does Lucy Soutter, the book’s author, rewrite the treatise on how the medium has fared in an art-after-representation, post-Conceptual world.* Soutter thinks…


This Friday is Archive Collective’s HOMEBODIES exhibition! We have curated and printed over 100 photographs from the 1,200+ images taken by participants with disposable cameras at out HOMEBODIES housewarming event. There’s some real gems in there!
We’ll have fun and great snacks! We are letting go of the prints for dirt cheap, and all proceeds or donations go to help fund future events as well as the printing of our first publication.
Come on out!
Check out a previous post about the event HERE
Check out the Facebook event for time, address, and other details HERE