Jill Greenberg is a commercial and fine art photographer who is famous worldwide for her daring and original portraits of people and animals. Her new series “Paintings” is currently being exhibited at the Clampart Gallery in New York City. I had a chance to ask Jill about her photographic beginnings and where her journey in… Read More →
Arne Svenson is a well-known fine art photographer who is currently represented by the Julie Saul Gallery in New York. For his last exhibition, Arne experienced quite a controversy recently when he was sued by one of his subjects for his series The Neighbors, after they learned that he photographed them without their knowledge with… Read More →
Erwin Olaf has been one of the top advertising and people photographers in the world for over twenty-five years. His current show Waiting: Selections from Erwin Olaf: Volume I & II is being exhibited at the Hasted Kraeutler Gallery in New York. While continuing to do innovative commercial work, he has increasingly become focused on… Read More →
Siri Kaur is a conceptual fine art photographer who has been breaking some interesting ground and news with her fascinating series This Kind of Face. The unique series was recently exhibited at the Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles. I had a moment to talk to Siri about this work and other aspects of her career…. Read More →
Martin Schoeller is a highly successful German portrait photographer who just finished a show called Portraits at the prestigious Hasted Kraeutler Art Gallery in New York City. I recently had the opportunity gain some unique insights into his history and working process. How did you start with photography? How old were you when you… Read More →
I just returned from a twenty country trip (seventeen seen for the first time) 3100 exposures were taken and 22 of the better ones are presented here.
Joel-Peter Witkin is one of the most respected and innovative fine art photographers of the last fifty years. His identical brother, Jerome Witkin, is an equally renowned and established painter. For the first time ever, they are having a joint exhibition, Twin Visions, at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts Gallery in Los Angeles. I had the… Read More →
Mei Xian Qiu is a Chinese, American, and Indonesian fine art photographer whose current series, Qilin, is showing at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles through April 19, 2014. Mei’s work is rich in metaphor and meanings, and she has had tremendous success. In the following interview, she opens up about her history and how her… Read More →
Naomi Leshem is a Swiss-Israeli fine art photographer whose current series, Centered, just finished showing at the Andrea Meislin gallery in New York City. Her newest series is called Forty, which references both religion and the desert, and will be shown at The Jerusalem Artists’ House. I recently spoke to Naomi about both these collections… Read More →
Alejandro Cartagena is a fine art photographer based in Monterrey, Mexico. His new series, Carpoolers, has generated exciting feedback and reviews in the fine art world, including a recent article on the New York Times website. Alejandro is represented by the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and Patricia Conde in Mexico City. You have… Read More →
Successful adventure to Managua, Ometepe Island, Grenada, San Juan Del Sur, Leon, Miraflor, Estali, and Laguna de Apoyo.
Alain Laboile is a French fine art photographer whose current series, “La Famille” is showing at the dnj gallery in Santa Monica, CA from November 2 – January 4, 2014. Originally a sculptor, Alain photographs his six children at his home in France, the results of which have generated quite a buzz — including a… Read More →