As part of Bushwick Open Studios 2014, you are invited to view LUCKY GIRLS, a group show featuring works by Eva Mueller, Daniel Witterman, and Joanne Gair. Provocative and exhilarating!

More info at http://artsinbushwick.org/bos2014/directory/lucky-girls.

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Outstanding aerialist Seanna Sharpe and her acrobatic partner, boa Arishka, seemingly effortless defies gravity. She and other amazing acrobats are performing “Winter Blues” in New York on February 7-9, 11, & 14-17, 2014.

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Last weekend the 8th BOS (Bushwick Open Studios) took place in my neighborhood. I saw a lot of great art and connected with really amazing people. Here are some of many favorites.

Double Self Portrait by Alex Chowaniec

Double Self Portrait by Alex Chowaniec

Also french photographer Delphine Diaw Diallo showed compelling work and had a beautiful book on display “The Gift”, a collection of womens portraits from several different bodies of work.

Big Hair by Delphine Diaw Diallo

Big Hair by Delphine Diaw Diallo

 

Drum Casket is an interactive performance and sound piece, centered around artist Amery Kessler’s invented instrument, Drum Casket. I have met both Amery and Mary Jane at the 2012 Inaugural World Peace Day in Linzhou China. We were all invited by the UN friends & Government of China to the First event for Peace and Art in China. Last night Amery and Mary Jane showed their Drum Casket Installation at the English Kills” Gallery in Bushwick, right around the corner from my studio. Drum whiz Sidy Maiga from Mali worked his magic and made us all dance.

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Favorites at Frieze

May 15th, 2013

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Ryan McGinley – William (David), 2012

 

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Otto Muehl – Aktion Astronaut, 1985 – 1990

 

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Adam Fuss – The Space Between the Garden and Eve, 2013

 

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Katy Grannan – Anonymous, CA 2011

 

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Servet Koçyiğit – Sunset, 2012

 

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Robert Mapplethorpe – Italian Vogue, 1984

 

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YU Hong – Security Screening, Fall 2013

Very17Launch-s

I went to my friend Uscha Pohl’s “Very” Magazine 17th issue launch party in Tribeca. “Very” launched in 1997 and became one of the first fashion-art magazines on the market. I have followed the magazine’s evolution since the “very” first issue and shot for the magazine’s second issue. It is great to see the magazine is still going strong. My favorite article in this issue is “A Circle In The Sand” by Hugh Thompson that talks about discovery of 4000 year old mysterious tree formation called Seahenge.

My “Dreaming in Rio” Series was a huge success!

Copacabana, 1/23/11, 8:07PM

 

Lagoa, 1/26/11, 8:12PM

 

Jardim Botanico, 1/12/11, 8:04PM

 

Favela do Vitigal, 1/17/11, 8:30PM

 

Botafogo, 1/23/11, 8:16PM

 

Copacabana, 1/14/11, 8:25PM

 

Jardim Botanico, 1/20/11, 9:09PM

 

Jardim Botanico, 1/20/11, 9:10PM

 

The “Intersecta” show opening, a project that had been conceived more than a year ago, finally had its debut on March 29th in Rio de Janeiro’s Duilio Sartori Gallery.

Designer and gallery/store owner Duilio Sartori was immediately taken by my Hazyvision work when I showed him an edit I was hoping to exhibit in Rio de Janeiro that was shot exclusively in New York City. He thought it would be a great challenge to create a body of Hazyvision work for a show in Rio.

The next day, I started shooting in the streets and on the beach in Copacabana. I shot mostly during the magic hour when the sun goes down until dark for the next 3 weeks, working my way around Rio, over to Ipanema beach, up the Sugar Loaf and the up the windy road to Santa Teresa, around the Lagoon and again and again through Copacabana beach. It was hard to edit the series down to 8 images, but we managed.

In addition to the exhibition I worked together with John Dill, whose design and typography sensibility is simply stunning, to design a coffee table book entitled “Dreaming in Rio” (click here to view the book). I printed the book online and I’m looking for a publisher to print it on a high quality offset press. Any recommendations are welcome!

Click on this photo to view my "Dreaming in Rio" book!

EvaMueller Photography Show in Rio de janeiro

Tonight “Intersection” is opening at Duilio Sartori Gallery in Rio de Janeiro. Check out the video invite at http://vimeo.com/39073317. I will be showing 8 pieces of my abstract Hazyvision work along with brilliant Glass designer Anna Torfs work. I’m very excited and curious how the people from Rio will receive my work. More later!

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Eva Mueller holding photo of Nadia Ali Tonight i went to Housing Works yearly fundraiser “Fashion For Action”. I had donated 2 photographs. When I got there i was surprised to find a full on “department store” in the Altman Building. Many designers had donated racks and more racks of  garments, shoes etc. I couldn’t find my pieces anywhere as the walls where surprisingly empty. Hm, I though, did i miss anything? But it turns out that Housing Works found out on the day of the event, that nothing could be put on the walls. So they decided to put the photos together with the merchandise. Fair enough, Nadia Ali was with the designer pumps and the guitar guys i found amongst the Batman scarfs. I was happy to be part of it and hopefully help raise money for a good cause.

Topless at Fashion Night Out

September 9th, 2011

Last night during Fashion Night Out, I shot 5 gorgeous 7 ft tall models, wearing little else but Bootzwallas latest collection  and lots of body painted skin. Street artist Andy Golub gave our topless Amazones finishing touches on Hudson St and basically stopped traffic.  Then our sexy entourage started moving around the Meatpacking District, I had my assistant carry a big silver beauty dish and an Profoto strobe pack – courtesy of Fotocare rental., so we had our own mobile studio lighting with us. A definite high point was when the girls stopped at the Van Leeuwen ice cram truck (best ice cream  in the city and elsewhere!) to get their chilled fill and our last stop was Hogs and Heifers, needless to say to that went down. Camille Currie of PowerImagePR made it all come together drama free.  I will post more pics from out Bootzwalla invasion in the next days.
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