Archive for April, 2015

Barry Heyman: Gathering a “Photographic Cornucopia” from Around the World

Barry Heyman: Gathering a “Photographic Cornucopia” from Around the World

| April 4, 2015

A spontaneous sense of curiosity can be felt in Barry Heyman’s photographs, the subjects of which run from rural landscapes, to urban scenes, to portraits of a wide variety of people. The resulting collection comes to life in what the artist calls “a photographic cornucopia of color and spatial juxtapositions.” Heyman places those juxtapositions in […]

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Noel Aeby:  Photography Unadulterated

Noel Aeby: Photography Unadulterated

| April 3, 2015

After 35 years searching for underground sources of water, Noël Aeby became particularly sensitive to all that landscapes have to offer. His photographs feature scenes and portraits from across the world, from Argentina to Chili, to Venice, to Singapore and Kamtchatka. His devotion to the natural world is mirrored in not only his photographs, but […]

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Roland Behrmann: A Subtle Take on History

Roland Behrmann: A Subtle Take on History

| April 1, 2015

In Roland Behrmann’s photographs, the weight of history and the multiple levels of meaning to be found in any scene are clearly depicted. His black-and-white images are at once boldly iconic and surprisingly understated, taking scenes and objects with a profound historic significance and presenting them in way that lets the viewer’s sense of them […]

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