Interview with Simen Johan

Simen Johan is a Scandinavian fine art Photographer and Sculptor, who has been creating ground-breaking conceptual works for over two decades. His recent exhibition, Until the Kingdom Comes, presents exotic animals in new and unusual perspectives. The series can be seen at the prestigious Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City.     When did… Read More →

Interview with Gregory Crewdson

Gregory Crewdson is one of the best known and influential fine art photographers working today. He is currently the director of the photography department at Yale University where he received his MFA early on. His work is internationally recognized as singularly unique for the painstaking lighting technique, which he creates with the help of very… Read More →

Interview with Holly Andres

Holly Andres is an American fine art and commercial photographer who has been creating dynamic and compelling images for over a decade. She started out shooting mostly fine art photography, but gradually branched into editorial assignments with the New York Times Magazine and many others. She continues to evolve and expand her art. For her… Read More →

Interview with Farrah Karapetian

Farrah Karapetian is a renowned Los Angeles based conceptual artist who creates stunning imagery through photograms or “cameraless” photography. She studied as an undergraduate at Yale University and received her MFA at UCLA. She just concluded an exhibition at Danziger Gallery in New York City and looks forward to her second exhibition at Von Lintel… Read More →

Interview with Tina Barney

Tina Barney is one of the most acclaimed fine art photographers in the U.S. She became well known photographing her real family in Rhode Island, and making large color prints from these interactions. While still in the midst of a thriving career, she recently had an exhibition of her current and past works called, Four… Read More →

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