Book Signings

May 31st, 2010

Robert Stevens- June 4th (Yvon’s Paris)

Photographs of the City of Light taken by a master photographer in the early part of the twentieth century. The photographer Pierre Yves-Petit, who called himself “Yvon,” wandered the streets of Paris between the world wars looking for the moment when the shifting light and clouds would perfectly reveal the city’s ephemeral, iconic beauty. The dramatic images of the city and its people that he made during those years would become the most popular postcards in France. They can still be bought today on Parisian quais and are eagerly sought by collectors.

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Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s richly hued paintings of muscular samurai warriors facing off against wild-eyed sea monsters and evil spiders with a graphic-novel illustration. In fact, in its new exhibit, the institution seeks to further emphasize the strong connection between the 19th-century Japanese artist who created more than 10,000 works in his lifetime and contemporary manga and anime.

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http://japansociety.blogspot.com/

SHOP.SHARE.LEARN.RENT

May 26th, 2010

Calling all photographers, we finally have our own “Geek Squad” made specifically for us.  Foto Care is a company that has been in New York since 1968. The store maintains a staff well versed in the tools of the trade as well as expertise above the call of duty whether it is digital asset or color management.  There in-store seminar series brings to you experts in our field nearly every month from Adobe to Zacuto.

“At Foto Care, we are extremely passionate about photography but even more passionate about the lifelong journey that photographers embark on.”

For more information please visit:

http://www.fotocare.com/2/index.php

Gerald Thomas ” BOOK DRAFT_04 “ from The Dry Opera Co. on Vimeo.

“Giuseppe”

May 24th, 2010

Black Jack

May 21st, 2010

M A Y   2 1  –  S E P T E M B E R   1 2,   2 0 1 0

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights explores the historic role of visual culture in shaping, influencing, and transforming the fight for racial equality and justice in the United States from the late 1940s to the mid 1970s. This exhibition of 230 photographs, objects and clips from television and film looks at the extent to which the rise of the modern civil rights movement paralleled the birth of television and the popularity of picture magazines and other forms of visual mass media.

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http://www.icp.org/site/c.dnJGKJNsFqG/b.5937031/k.6A19/For_All_the_World_to_See.htm

Creative Week – NYC

May 17th, 2010

Founder and operator Emily Piliton has created a way to connect to people through design from around the world. She has recently traveled across the US on a Design Revolution Roadshow. Emily showcased 40 porducts that have been designed to change the world.

All admission fees from this event go directly to the ADC scholarship fund.
ADC Members: Free
Non Members: $15.00
Students: $5.00

For More Information please visit…
http://www.adcglobal.org/adc/events/calendar/#175

The Original People

May 14th, 2010

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A glimpse into the lives of the people in whose country we live.

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MAC cosmetics hosted an event at Deitch Projects in Soho last night, taking inspirations from the legendary Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black group. 15 body painted scary looking babes where there, holding court and posing with little dolls who looked just the same. I went with friend Joanne Gair, one of the best make-up artists and body painters on the planet.

Scary Cupcakes

Joanne Gair and Alice from VHOKB