I am proud to announce that I will be showing my work at Art Chicago this year for the first time. Limited editions of my Nudes, Projections and Hazyvision images will be on display with Asymmetrik Photography (Booth #104).  Art collectors, art enthusiasts, old friends: let’s connect! I will be arriving on Thursday, 4/28 for the First Focus Preview. Please come and see me if you are in the vicinity.

The low-down on the art fair:

Art Chicago® 2011, the annual international fair of contemporary and modern art, brings together the world’s leading emerging and established galleries. Art Chicago offers curators, collectors, artists and art enthusiasts a comprehensive survey of current and historic work, from cutting-edge to modern masters in a wide variety of media including: painting, photography, drawings, prints, sculpture, video and special installations.

Art Chicago is proud to be North America’s premier fair committed to intelligent and relevant educational programming, exhibitions, and special events, while also providing a unique showcase for artists, museums and cultural institutions from key regional and other US cities.

Art Chicago 2011 will take place April 29 – May 2, with an Opening Preview on April 28. www.artchicago.com

More of my Hazyvision images can be found here.

Eva Mueller shoots Oliver Tobin nude on a black backdrop. Throughout his frames, Oliver is having a war between him and space, trying to push past the “boundaries”.


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Mark Ryden Opening

May 2nd, 2010

I went to the mark Ryden opening at Paul Kasmin Gallery in West Chelsea.  Definitely worthwhile checking out his strange and disturbing yet beautiful images.

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Angelo explores the underwater world with humans. His latest project “Tehom” which is Hebrew is the first word that God created to describe the water.  Trying to recreate a environment underwater that was completely natural was Angelo’s main focus. All of the models are trying to reach the audience with their hands, eyes, and emotions like the Greek mythologies. “We created and architecture made of bodies, we use between 100 to 200 thousand  bodies.”

The Making of Tehom