Kevin Cooley is one of those fortunate photographers that walk the line between art and advertising. Currently Kevin is showing at Massinmo Audiello through Feb. 17, 2007.
Peek is a festival for emerging photographers hosted by Art & Commerce. Photographers who are unrepresented by galleries or agencies can apply. The selected work will appear in the Fall 2007 issue of Capricious Magazine. The entry deadline is April 1. See work from the last show here.
An image from the “Parks and Recreation” series.
Really nice work from Grant Ernhart. In an interview Ernhart describes the landscape as:
more than a collection of physical characteristics, it becomes a backdrop for feelings of familiarity, projected memory and emotional resonance.
Read more about Ernhart here.
Here is a wonderful interview with Shephen Shore. (thanks Joerg)
Another image from the Zoo Project. Check out Garry Winogrand’s work from the Bronz Zoo in his first book “The Animals.”
I became familiar with Michael Sinclair when he received a grant from the Charlotte Street Fund in 1999. When not shooting architecture, Mike spends his time shooting landscapes and the realms of leisure in America. Michael Sinclair is represented by the Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City. He is also included in the Midwest Photographers Project at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.