http:// www.stevegiovinco.etsy.com Original Digital Photograph, Framed, 2×3″Original and jewel-like these diminutive framed photographs have an intimate and precious feel. I carefully print and archivally assemble each artwork, which come ready to hang. These photographs are from a series of mysterious night landscapes; the larger prints have been exhibited in New York, London, and Torino.
small framed photographs
The gritty black and white photographs seem to represent a different era in photography where direct but poetic observation was the “trend”. Reading the draft Guggenheim proposals were a highlight and was surprised that some vintage prints were so large. When Robert Frank was a visiting artist at Yale, I thought it odd when
When I first saw his work at Graduate School I was shocked by Larry Sultan’s poignant, personal photographs and were like nothing I’ve ever seen before at the time. His influences, I realize, stretch out to many artists, including my own. A month ago I looked at a photograph from the Valley series at MoMA
Check out BOMBlog for an interesting poem–and one of my nightlandscapes. http://bombsite.powweb.com/?p=6574
Mike Bayne’s diminutive paints at Katharine Mulherin George Kuchar at ADA, Richmond Carolina Ambida at Opus, Newcastle Scott B Davis at Hous Projects
Nice to see older work by Andrea Modica and David Graham at 339 Gallery as well as large color portraits by recent Yale graduate, Sarah Stolfa. At Howard House were paintings and striking collages by Robert Yoder. At Eleanor Harwood were several large paintings by James Chronister of woods. Mysterious black and white post-card sized
Across for Aqua housed in a musty abandoned building is a highlight among the fairs: a photography show including Roe Ethridge (with images made specifically for the show), Laurie Simmons, Walker Evans (not vintage), as well as emerging artists such as Grear Patterson, one of the organizers. A great find.
artnet’s editor, Walter Robinson, mentions some of my work. http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/reviews/robinson/art-basel-miami-beach12-3-09_detail.asp?picnum=7
New digital photographs of intimate relations between couples at INK: INK Jim Kempner Fine Art 1850 Collilns Avenue
Publishing is not in such a bad place, according to On the Media: http://www.onthemedia.org/transcripts/2009/11/27/01