One Twelve Publishing

Diffusion is published by One twelve Publishing. We have recently revamped the blog and added a new book project. Come visit and see what we’re up to over.

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The Matter of Light

With co-juror Katherine Ware

We’re happy to announce our 2014 call for art co-juried by Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe. 

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A Proclamation for Unconventional Photography

Both print and extended digital edition

 

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Diffusion, 5-year Retrospective,

Verve Gallery of Photography

January 31, 2014 – April 26, 2014

FEATURING: Don Anton, Jeffrey Baker, Rita Bernstein, Polly Chandler, John Chervinsky, KK DePaul, Susan kae Grant, Cynthia Greig, Jennifer Hudson Thoreson, Jim Leisy, Tina Maas, Leah Macdonald, Ken Rosenthal

See images from the show

EST 2009

Read our purpose and an interview with the founder Blue Mitchell, conducted by Aline Smithson of Lenscratch.

 

What is Diffusion?

Portfolio Edition

Portfolio include the hardbound edition of Diffusion Volume IV, coupled with signed, numbered, and dated prints from each of our featured artists: Jennifer B. Hudson, John Chervinsky, Jim Leisy, and Leah MacDonald—beautifully packaged in an archival box.

 

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Call for Books

Unconventional Photography Book Makers

We’re trying out a new program to celebrate self published or hand made photography books of the unconventional sort to promote on our blog and sell on consignment in the store.

 

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The quality of the imagery and beautiful printing point to the love of the photographic arts! As a gallery with many of the same dreams and ideals, we support Diffusion in any way we can just as Diffusion supports all of the artists that are brought to light in its pages.

LightBox Photographic Gallery

Unique. Thoroughly developed. Well executed. This magazine is made by and for a specific clientele – those interested in craft and tradition as well as imagination…It’s the kind of magazine that is worth keeping forever.

Blue Moon Camera & Machine

…From the first issue to Volume IV, I have seen an amazing explosion of photographers working outside of the digital realm, using historical techniques, new ways to consider the photograph, and new approaches to the medium. And Mr. Mitchell has been at the forefront of showcasing that explosion celebrating it all in print.

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