What is it like to sleep next to a glacier at night in remote Greenland? Terrifying, stunning and exhilarating, during my month journey spent in Southern Greenland–much of the time next to a glacier and the thousand mile ice sheet–documenting the dramatic shifting environment. See: Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland The aim
Capturing Changing Environment, Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland
It Seems Like the End is Near: Night Photography in Wyoming The town of Buffalo is about twenty miles away, but it oddly glowed in the foggy night. Strange. Later it rained, and nearby on the main road, a truck stopped in the middle of the road with no driver; moments later it was gone.
A Recent Commission of Photographs for the Site Monegraph Monegraph, co-founded by Kevin McCoy, reached out to me a while back, and commissioned a group of photographs for their site. Here are some of them. They have a curious approach: Monegraph is a mix between an online agent and an editioned photo print portfolio. Here, unlike other sites selling
While I Watch My Father Die: Photography Exhibition on Snapchat Explores Memory, Emotional Vanishing
A Personal Digital Photo Narrative Exhibited on Snapchat The Photography Show Traces Psychologically Charged Moments of My Father and Myself November 1 To November 30, 2015 Snapchat: SteveGiovinco For more information: stevegiovinco.com/snapchat
A Twilight Landscape Photograph, Here at Brush Creek, Wyoming.
All 468 Night Landscape Photographs I Made While in Wyoming A Slidewhow of Images Shown in 47.3 Seconds While at the artist residency at Ucross, I made 468 photographs at night. Here they are. They go by, animated in this slideshow at .2 seconds per image, for a total of about 47 seconds–certainly less than
All Photographs (by Artists Known as Photographers) in the Whitney Museum’s Inaugural Show, “America Is Hard to See” Well, Almost All. Starting from the top, the eighth floor, here are all the photographs in the new Whitney Museum’s first exhibition, “America Is Hard to See.” Nearly all, as it turns out–it seems I missed a
What’s for Breakfast? This photograph is from the series on my father. I think this is what he had for breakfast for many decades (the place mats certainly seem to have been in use for many years).
Flowers Fading in Morning Light: Father Project, New Photograph Taken in the kitchen, where there is a beautiful morning light, the flowers faded gradually, partially alive. This is from a new yet to be titled photographic project chronicling my father.
Mysterious Night Landscape Photography: A Car Appears Over Mountain, Newfoundland @SteveGiovinco
Mysterious Night Landscape Photography: A Car Appears Over Mountain, Newfoundland @SteveGiovinco Taken just after twilight ended, a lone car appeared just as I began making this photograph. was a slightly long exposure, which captured the car’s headlight as it curved around the road, heading into the valley. From the photographic series, “Between.”