Photography

Photographer Fernando Braune Donates Portion of Exhibition Proceeds to Support Cameras for Kids

Photographer Fernando Braune Donates Portion of Exhibition Proceeds to Support Cameras for Kids

Fernando Braune’s works start out as black-and-white photographs, but that is just their beginning. Braune takes his shots of people and subjects them to several transformations. After treating them with watercolor, pastels and crayon, he digitizes his images and then prints them on 100% cotton papers. The resulting pieces combine the relaxed compositions of street […]

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Collaboration – An Artist’s Perspective – How to save money on public art projects

Collaboration – An Artist’s Perspective – How to save money on public art projects

With his second two man show, for 2013, due to open on May 16th at 10 Gresham Street EC2V 7JD, contemporary landscape artist David Anthony Hall questions why more art installations are not planned into the design of the UK’s new building developments. David’s photographs are expanses of the natural world that provide not only […]

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Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Credac presents Lara Almarcegui Ivry souterrain

Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Credac presents Lara Almarcegui Ivry souterrain

Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Credac presents Lara Almarcegui Ivry souterrain on view through 23 June 2013. Since the mid-1990s, Lara Almarcegui has been interested in the “interstices” that exist in urban and suburban areas, the empty lots, underground passages, ruins and construction sites, spaces that are normally ignored or overlooked, which she rigorously […]

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Fine Art Photography Fascinates and Delights at Agora Gallery

Fine Art Photography Fascinates and Delights at Agora Gallery

Altered States of Reality: An Exhibition of Analog and Digital Photography presents all the depth and range of fine art photography, as each artist approaches their medium in their own inimitable way. Employing the emotional impact of vivid narrative but balancing it with a measured and well-balanced attitude to both observation and the creative process, […]

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B.P.S.22 space for contemporary creation presents Charif Benhelima. The Allochtoon

B.P.S.22 space for contemporary creation presents Charif Benhelima. The Allochtoon

B.P.S.22 space for contemporary creation aresents Charif Benhelima. The Allochtoon open 16 March–26 May 2013. Charif Benhelima The photographic work of Charif Benhelima (b. 1967, Brussels) is primarily centred on a quest for identity which stems from his past as an orphan, of a Moroccan immigrant father, who had settled in Brussels, and a Belgian […]

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Photographer Harvey Lloyd Reveals Mysterious Quantum Reality Through New Digital Photography Paintings

Photographer Harvey Lloyd Reveals Mysterious Quantum Reality Through New Digital Photography Paintings

Harvey Lloyd presents LAS VEGAS DECONSTRUCTED which displays the iconic city of luck and illusions through his imagination and quantum mechanics. Lloyd is the first artist known to use quantum effects with his digital camera. His motto is: If your life bores you, risk it. Lloyd’s newest work opens at Artistic Lifestyles Art Gallery in […]

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Pictrify.com announces professional photo editing services for travel and scenic photographers

Pictrify.com announces professional photo editing services for travel and scenic photographers

Pictrify makes professional photo editing accessible to everyday photographers. A new online digital photo enhancement service for travel, nature, and landscape photographers, Pictrify announces immediate availability of digital photo editing services across the United States and Canada at http://pictrify.com. Scenic photos are transformed. Before & After Digital camera and editing technology has developed rapidly over […]

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Cantor Arts Center opens Revisiting the South: Richard Misrach’s Cancer Alley  photographs exhibition

Cantor Arts Center opens Revisiting the South: Richard Misrach’s Cancer Alley photographs exhibition

Cantor Arts Center presents Revisiting the South: Richard Misrach’s Cancer Alley on view through June 16, 2013. The includes 19 large-scale color photographs and 14 contact sheets. Richard Misrach, Swamp and Pipeline, Geismar, Louisiana, negative 1998, print 2012. Inkjet print. High Museum of Art, Atlanta © 2012 Richard Misrach Like the Western landscapes for which […]

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Museum of Contemporary Photography presents Victoria Sambunaris. Taxonomy of a Landscape exhibition

Museum of Contemporary Photography presents Victoria Sambunaris. Taxonomy of a Landscape exhibition

Museum of Contemporary Photography presents Victoria Sambunaris. Taxonomy of a Landscape an exhibition on view through Mar 31, 2013. Victoria Sambunaris Untitled (Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park, Texas), 2010 For more than a decade, Victoria Sambunaris (American, born 1964) has traversed the United States equipped with a five-by-seven wooden field camera and sheets […]

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