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Artist Profile: Dave Frieder

image-5302I have been photographing New York's bridges since 1993. The precision half of my photographic work is my German side and the artistic half is my Hungarian side. Both of them combined seems very effective. My work on this long-term project has been exhilarating and fascinating as I began to study ...

Exhibit: The Universe in Color at Grumpy Bert Opens Tonight

image-5089 The Universe in Color
at Grumpy Bert

Opening night for The Universe in Color featuring pictures by Astrophotographer Robert Gendler opens this Saturday at 7pm. He’ll be around to answer all your questions and sign his books.  It will be a fun night along with astronomers from Columbia University, everyone [...]

Artist Profile: Joe Raskin


I love to wander around New York City. It has always been a source of inspiration to my photography.

The places I like to go around aren’t necessarily tourist spots. You’ve seen those locations in dozens of books and hundreds, if not thousands of photographs. [...]

“Pioneers of Bushwick: We Call It Home” Exhibition by Daryl-Ann Saunders

image-3636“Pioneers of Bushwick: We Call It Home” photography & text exhibition by Daryl-Ann Saunders Open to the public, Monday to Friday 8am - 3pm through April 27, 2012 Diana Jones Center, 9 Noll St. at Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11206 Directions, press release and information: The Pioneers of Bushwick project is an ...

Exhibit: Troy Mattison Hicks at Yashar Gallery

image-3585Yashar Gallery presents NEW WORK, a solo exhibition of new work by TROY MATTISON HICKS. Please join us on Thursday April 5th 6-10pm for the exhibition opening and to meet the artist. Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY.  April 5th-25th 2012. Opening party Thursday April 5th 6-10pm In the exhibition, Hicks presents a series of highly stylized close-ups of ...

Artist Profile: Dana Liebermann

image-3576For the past few years I have been interested in still life photography and in defining (or rather redefining) what that means. The series represented here 'POP', and 'Camera Trickery' are the product of much experimentation. Both series explore the notion that the camera has the ability to capture something ...

Artist Profile: Peter Feigenbaum

image-3393 Trainset Ghetto is voyeurism more than it is hobbyism. It is the physical byproduct of teenage suburban daydreams and attempts to live vicariously through an alien post-urban 1980s landscape that was in no way part of my quotidian existence-a landscape that I caught glimpses of through car rides down the ...