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Posts Tagged ‘fine-art photography’

Sharon Draghi’s “Split Tree Road”

Posted by on July 7, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Sharon Draghi

Photographer Sharon Draghi turns the camera on herself, her family and their lives in the suburbs of New York for her series “Split Tree Road.” Draghi’s photographs muse on the solitariness of one’s inner world, which we each have regardless of the bonds we make and the spaces we share with family. “It is about... More

Jason Koxvold “KNIVES” Pop-Up in LES

Posted by on May 25, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Jason Koxvold

Jason Koxvold will exhibit his new series “Knives” at Gnomic Book in New York City from June 1-3. The pop-up exhibition will have an opening reception on June 1 at 7 pm. “Knives” is a combination of landscapes, environmental portraiture and still-lifes, all taken in Koxvold’s hometown in Upstate New York. “The long and short... More

Bella Egan’s “Trust the Creator”

Posted by on May 12, 2017 | Student Photography

Photo © Bella Egan

In what began as an experiment to create imagery that emulated her own vision impairment, these photographs by Bella Egan developed into a full series, “Trust the Creator.” The International Center of Photography graduate, who’s currently completing her BFA at St. John’s University in New York City, says that after she cared for her grandfather... More

Ellie Davies’ “Half Life” Solo Exhibition in Northern Ireland

Posted by on May 3, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Ellie Davies

Until May 13, fine-art photographer Ellie Davies will have her work on display at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre in Limavady, Northern Ireland. The exhibition, “Half Life,” has been running since March 31 and features her award-winning landscape work. As the press release states: “Since 2007, [Davies] has been exploring the relationship between landscape and... More

Sinziana Velicescu’s “A Tree Grows In”

Posted by on April 27, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Sinziana Velicescu

Trees in urban or industrial settings can appear solitary, but in Sinziana Velicescu’s series “A Tree Grows In,” she takes a graphic and playful approach to the topic. The series makes use of unexpected relationships between trees, their settings and each other, and one could almost caption their conversations as they peek over the flat roofs... More

Little Commentary in Brooklyn

Posted by on March 24, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Eliso Tsintsabadze and Pavel Filkov

Eliso Tsintsabadze and Pavel Filkov will debut their new series “Little Commentary” tonight at SoAM Studio at 35 Meadow Street in Brooklyn. Catch the opening from 6-9 pm or see the exhibition on display through April 6. The landscape work, devoid of human presence, still speaks to the desires and role of humanity. The series statement... More

The Search for Outstanding and Undiscovered Fine-Art Photography is Back

Posted by on February 16, 2017 | Contests/Events

Photo © Jess Richmond

PDN’s annual search for new fine-art photographers, The Curator, is open for entries! The categories include Portraits, Still-Lifes, Abstract/Mixed Media, Landscapes, Urban Scenes and Student Work. Last year, the $3,500 Grand Prize award was given to Jess Richmond, a Parsons School of Design graduate, in the Student Work category. Richmond and five other honorees exhibited their... More

A Haunting Series Confronts Our Eating Habits

Posted by on February 8, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Anki Grøthe

When photographer Anki Grøthe documented the annual slaughter of the reindeer that live near her hometown of Hemsedal, Norway, she knew it was a perspective that needed to be shared with others. Although Norway has strict rules on animal welfare, and the reindeers’ lives are taken quickly and painlessly, “killing animals is brutal,” Grøthe says.... More

Ping Wang’s Dreamlike, Surrealist Tableaux

Posted by on January 24, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Ping Wang

Inspired partly by his dreams, partly by fashion and partly by Surrealist art of the early 20th century, photographer Ping Wang created “The Nostalgia of the Infinite,” a conceptual series that Wang describes as “an emotional life history.” The series comprises three sections—“Asleep,” “Delusional” and “Untrammeled”—which, together, aim to portray the process of transitioning from a state... More

A Meditation on Melancholy

Posted by on January 13, 2017 | Photographer Interviews

Photo © Eliso Tsintsabadze

The feeling Eliso Tsintsabadze aims to convey in her series “Sylvan Sadness” is not something easily expressed in words. The name is the translated title of a poem by Russian poet Velimir Khlebnikov, “Lesnaya Toska,” a translation she feels doesn’t do the phrase justice. “In dictionaries, the Russian word toska is described as some sort... More