Tag Archives: fine-art photography

joni sternbach; a contemporary brooklyn photographer looking to the past

I’m over at Modenus today discussing the awesome photography of Joni Sternbach who is represented by Rick Wester Fine Art, New York.  What’s unique about her work is that Joni shoots contemporary subjects using the craft developed by photographers back … Continue reading

New York and the experimental photography of Cynthia Karalla

Experimental contemporary photographer Cynthia Karalla shot these wonderful photos last winter in Central Park. Influenced by Eugene Atget (1857-1927) and his photos of the trees around Versailles and Saint Cloud, Karalla like Atget, pays homage to the tree and its … Continue reading

sourcing photography at new york’s AIPAD

© Robert Shaw, Courtesy Robert Burge 20th Century Photographs, New York AIPAD, The Association of International Photography Art Dealers had its annual photography show in New York last weekend.  More than 80 of the worlds top  photography galleries from Beijing … Continue reading

the art of interior photography: the unparalleled eye of joshua mchugh

  Joshua McHugh is a New York-based highly acclaimed freelance photographer that specializes in interior, architecture and other art/design projects and whom I’ve known for awhile as my photographer of choice for interior design projects.  With corporate clients like Knoll … Continue reading

pierre gonnord: modern photographs with an eye to the past

The Golden Age of Spanish painting in the 17thcentury has to be one of my favorite periods of art history.  And what I particularly love, is the realism of masters Diego Velazquez and Jose de Ribera who with their uncanny … Continue reading

happy chinese new year – and year of the snake

“xian nian kuai le” image credits: Guido Mocafico, fine art photographer, represented by Katja Martinez, Paris.

Photographer Nadav Kander’s haunting Chinese landscapes

Photography is an amazing art form.   A superb image can draw you in and take you to new places and experiences, all through the eyes of the artist.  My latest “voyage” took me with Israeli artist Nadav Kander down the … Continue reading