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Exhibitions at Cohen Gallery

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Falling from Great Heights

Falling from Great Heights

– 11 May 2013
The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us — there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation of a distant memory, as if we were falling from a great height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteries. - Carl Sagan

The Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Falling from Great Heights, a group exhibition featuring photographic works by Siri Kaur, John Knuth, and Heather Rasmussen. While each of t… more

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Larry Clark

Solo Exhibition

– 9 Mar 2013
“i was born in tulsa oklahoma in 1943.
when I was sixteen I started to shoot amphetamine.
i shot with my friends every day for three years.
once the needle goes in it never comes out.” - L.C.

The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of black and white photographs by Larry Clark from his two groundbreaking series Tulsa and Teenage Lust. Clark’s distinguished oeuvre is centered around themes of drug-use, sex, violence and youth culture, all of which are bo… more

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Joey L.

Cradle of Mankind

Cradle of Mankind

– 4 Aug 2012
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Cradle of Mankind by Canadian-born photographer, Joey L. Shot in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, and featuring portraits of the various tribes that inhabit the area, the photographs are a deeply moving, visual homage to the tribal peoples of Ethiopia, the birthplace of Homo sapiens.The photographs from Cradle of Mankind, along with Joey L.’s documentary film, Faces of a Vanishing World – which first aired on Ovation TV in September 2010, … more

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Daidō Moriyama

Candid

Candid

– 5 Jun 2012
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce, Candid, an exhibition of photographs by renowned Japanese photographer, Daido Moriyama. Candid will include recent color works, as well as black & white images from throughout the artist’s career. The exhibition will be held in conjunction with Fracture, Moriyama’s exhibition with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This will be Moriyama’s second showing with the Gallery.Known as a prolific street photographer, Moriyama’s 35mm images hi… more

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The History of Bruce

The History of Bruce

– 17 Mar 2012
The History of BruceThe Extraordinary Life & Times of Bruce of L.A., 1948-1974From the Collection of John SonsiniThursday, January 26 – Saturday, March 17, 2012The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce the first comprehensive West Coast exhibition of famed physique photographer Bruce of Los Angeles, with works from the Collection of Los Angeles artist, John Sonsini. The exhibition will present photographs never before exhibited along with ephemera from the 25-year long career o… more

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Yea Big: small works

Yea Big: small works

– 7 Jan 2012
Yea Big: small works
NOVEMBER 19, 2011 - JANUARY 7, 2012

Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Yea Big: small works, a group exhibition of photographs, paintings, and drawings by gallery and invited artists. The works on display will emphasize the intimacy of small and miniature-sized works and will showcase pieces ranging in size from one by two inches to 10 x 10 inches.

Artists include: Anonymous Artist of the 20th Century, Kireilyn Barber, Christopher Barbour, James H. Black, Jana Ch… more

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Vivian Maier

Street Photographer

Street Photographer

– 12 Nov 2011
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of works by recently discovered Chicago street photographer Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). The exhibition will showcase Maier’s wide range of images, from her wonderfully inspired self-portraits, and architectural views to her street portraits from New York, Chicago, and other cities, which document post-war America of the 1950s and 60s.

Obscure until her work's recent discovery in abandoned storage lockers, Vivian Maier w… more

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Summer Reading

Summer Reading

– 6 Aug 2011
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Summer Reading, a group exhibition showcasing the book as art. Along with traditional art photography books, the exhibition includes limited edition books with photographs, artist books, and art pieces created using books and other paper materials.

Summer Reading highlights works created in book form, or from actual books – and will emphasize the concept of craft in fine art, and the skill of the artist, as well as the publisher of fine art boo… more

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Josef Hoflehner

Sublime

Sublime

– 30 Dec 2010
Josef Hoflehner
Sublime

The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Sublime, Josef Hoflehner's most recent black & white photographs from both his Jet Airliner series, and the urban landscapes for which he has become well-known. Many of the images from the exhibition are included in his publications, Jet Airliner, and Unleashed 3, which will be available for purchase. A reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, October 28, 2010 from 6 – 9 p.m.

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Christopher Lowell

The Dreamers

The Dreamers

– 17 Apr 2010
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce The Dreamers, Christopher Lowell's black and white portraits of artists with whom he collaborated on a year-long project creating works that documented each artist's desires and disappointments. During the year each participant contributed to the project by mailing numerous pieces of art to a post office box in Southern California. At the end of the project, the artists came together from around the globe to view all the work they'd created, and t… more

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Photo Artillery - In the Realm of the Lenses

Photo Artillery - In the Realm of the Lenses

– 13 Feb 2010
Stephen Cohen Gallery and Artillery presents "PHOTO ARTILLERY: In the Realm of the Lenses," a group exhibition from January 15 through February 19, 2010. This exhibition, guest curated by Tulsa Kinney and Paige Wery, Artillery's editor and publisher respectively, explores sexuality employed by artists using photography-based work. The artists listed alphabetically include: Ray Beldner, Kim Crum, Marta Edmisten, Gerald Forster, Walter Lutz, Gordon Magnin, Naida Osline, Christopher Russell, Austin… more

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Public Domain : Variations on the Landscape

Public Domain : Variations on the Landscape

– 9 Jan 2010
Public Domain : Variations on the Landscape

November 20 - January 9, 2010

Featuring Works by: Peter Brown, Anthony Friedkin, Lynn Geesaman, Arthur Taussig, Ferit Kuyas, Norman Kulkin, John Patrick Salisbury, David Halliday, Ida Wyman, James Fee, Ervin Marton, Geoffrey Fricker, Midoka Takagi, John Davies, Larry Schwarm, Aernout Overbeeke, Josef Hoflehner and more.
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Gerald Förster

Nocturnal

Nocturnal

– 7 Nov 2009
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce Nocturnal, Gerald Förster's color photographs and videos of intimate, sexually charged, urban scenes at night.

At first glance, Förster's dark images of seemingly random locales offer a sense of noir-like drama – a staged setting. Upon closer inspection however, a naked couple is revealed, their blurred shapes presume an act of lovemaking, captured forever on film. Whether intrigued or repulsed, questions fill the mind. Is this real? Stage… more

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Josef Hoflehner

Unleashed

Unleashed

– 31 Dec 2008
josef hoflehner
Unleashed

October 31 - December 31, 2008

Opening Reception - November, 6, 2008 7 - 9 PMmore

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Witness: Casualties of War

Witness: Casualties of War

– 25 Oct 2008
witness: casualties of war
September 05 - October 25, 2008
Opening Reception, September 11, 2008 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
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Brian Finke

Flight Attendants

Flight Attendants

– 2 Aug 2008
Brian Finke
Flight Attendants

June 12- August 2, 2008more

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David Halliday

Still Life

Still Life

– 7 Jun 2008
Natura Viva

David Halliday: Still Life

April 24 - June 7, 2008more

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Olaf Otto Becker

Broken Line

Broken Line

– 19 Apr 2008
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition of large-scale color photographs by German photographer Olaf Otto Becker. Broken Line will be the artist’s second exhibition with the gallery. As with his first exhibition, Becker continues to capture the grandeur and awe of some of the most rarely explored landscapes in the world.

Armed with an 8 x 10 camera, Becker employs his training as a painter to full advantage in this new series of stoic landscapes. Utilizing classi… more

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Walker Evans

Beyond Documentary

Beyond Documentary

– 23 Feb 2008
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of classic Walker Evans images that highlight the historical importance and influence of Evans' work on the history of photography and art. Included in the exhibition will be contemporary digital carbon pigment prints shown in conjunction with older silver gelatin prints of iconic Walker Evans images.

Having emerged as one of the most talented photographers of the government sponsored Farm Security Administration, Walker Evans' meti… more

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Fredric Roberts

Humanitas II: The People of Gujarat

Humanitas II: The People of Gujarat

– 22 Dec 2007
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by photographer Fredric Roberts. Humanitas II: The People of Gujarat, will be on view from November 29th to December 22, 2007. An opening reception and book signing will take place on Thursday November 29th from 7-9pm.

In his new series of photographs, Fredric Roberts continues the exploration he began with his first series, Humanitas I. Using saturated colors, dynamic movement, and exquisite detail, Humanitas II beau… more

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Michael Grecco

Naked Ambition

Naked Ambition

– 24 Nov 2007
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by renowned celebrity photographer Michael Grecco. The exhibition will feature selections from his recently published book, "Naked Ambition: An R-Rated Look at an X-Rated Industry", published by San Francisco-based Rock Out Books. An opening reception and book signing will take place on Thursday, October 25 from 7 to 9 p.m.

"Naked Ambition" represents over five years of work for Grecco. In 2002, he attended the Adu… more

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David Levinthal

Solo Exhibition

– 20 Oct 2007
Once again utilizing a 20 x 24 inch Polaroid camera to capture luscious images, Levinthal focuses his camera on Christian figurines depicting various episodes in the story of Christ, as well as images of Moses descending, and Pope John Paul II. Titled "The Passion" 2005, these new large-scale prints tease out the drama, euphoria, and devotion found in the depictions of the life of Jesus Christ.

Accompanying this work will be a selection of prints from his 2001 series "Desire". An abstract ha… more

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Tony Mendoza

Solo Exhibition

– 8 Sep 2007
Mendoza's vibrant digital color photographs of flowers depict these highly familiar subjects in unorthodox and surprisingly new ways. Taken with a high quality digital SLR camera, the photographs embody a hyper–real quality that gives way to the subtle surprises often overlooked in the natural landscape. Taken in two small gardens, and chosen from over six thousand photographs, the series culminated with the recently published book "Flowers", from Nazraeli Press.

Widely known for his first … more

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Lori Nix

Solo Exhibition

– 28 Jul 2007
Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce a new show of surreal color photography that explores the tension between truth and illusion through exquisitely detailed post-disaster urban dioramas. "Lori Nix" will run from June 14 to July 28, 2007. An opening reception for the artist will be held Thursday, June 14, 2007 from 7 to 9 p.m.

A native of rural Kansas, Lori Nix is no stranger to the idyllic or the disastrous. She spent her childhood playing in open fields under big blue skies—and … more

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Amy Arbus

On the Street 1980-1990

On the Street 1980-1990

– 21 Apr 2007
Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce a new show, "Amy Arbus-On the Street 1980-1990," an exhibition of portraiture by the renowned New York photographer Amy Arbus in conjunction with the publication of her third and most recent book, On the Street 1980-1990, a collection of images from her monthly page that appeared in the style section of The Village Voice in the 1980's. "Amy Arbus-On the Street 1980-1990" will run from March 8 through April 21, 2007. An opening reception for the artis… more

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Tanya Marcuse

Solo Exhibition

– 21 Apr 2007
Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce a new show, "Amy Arbus-On the Street 1980-1990," an exhibition of portraiture by the renowned New York photographer Amy Arbus in conjunction with the publication of her third and most recent book, On the Street 1980-1990, a collection of images from her monthly page that appeared in the style section of The Village Voice in the 1980's. "Amy Arbus-On the Street 1980-1990" will run from March 8 through April 21, 2007. An opening reception for the artis… more

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Pieter Hugo

Looking Aside

Looking Aside

– 24 Feb 2007
Stephen Cohen Gallery is excited to announce "Pieter Hugo - Looking Aside," an exhibition of the provocative portrait photography by emerging South African photographer Pieter Hugo. In this intimate and unsettling series of images, from 2004 to the present, the artist points his lens at those people whose appearance makes us "look aside" - once intrigued, we take a second, surreptitious glance. Through a wide variety of full-color portraits, shot against stark white backgrounds, the artist fo… more

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Daidō Moriyama

Solo Exhibition

– 30 Dec 2006
The Stephen Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce an overview exhibition of the black and white photographs of major Japanese photographer, Daido Moriyama. This exhibition, "Daido Moriyama", will run from November 9th through December 30, 2006. The artist will be present at the opening reception on Thursday, November 16, 2006 from 7 to 9pm.

Born in Osaka, Moriyama studied photography before moving to Tokyo in 1961 to work as an assistant to the photographer Eikoh Hosoe. Living in the aftermath… more

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Immaterial World

– 4 Nov 2006
Stephen Cohen Gallery announces a new show, "Immaterial World," an exhibition of images exploring the provocative and haunting intersections of photography and the supernatural. The show will include a selection of the earliest "spirit" photographs of the Victorian era which saw the rise of photography as a new and exciting technology ripe for exploration—and exploitation. A group of contemporary work will provide a counterpoint to the early images and demonstrate modern photographers’ con… more

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Summer Skin

Summer Skin

– 26 Aug 2006
A Celebration of the Photographic Nude at the Height of Summer

On Friday July 7, 2006, the Stephen Cohen Gallery will open Summer Skin, an intriguing and provocative show of photographic nudes – contemporary and vintage, beautiful and profane. In keeping with the sizzling heat of Southern California summer, Summer Skin will feature photographs of nude subjects shot by Horace Bristol, Anthony Friedkin, Maureen Lambray, Suzanne Opton, Diane Arbus, Francesca Woodman, Ralph Gibson, Anderson & L… more

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Victor Cartagena

Anatomy of La Mentira: Red Noses

Anatomy of La Mentira: Red Noses

– 1 Jul 2006
Stephen Cohen Gallery announces the exhibition of "Anatomy of La Mentira: Red Noses," a provocative mixed media collection by printmaker Victor Cartagena examining the culture of lies. The exhibition will run from May 11 to July 1, 2006, and will open with a reception for the artist on May 11 from 7:00 - 9:00p.m.

In "Anatomy of La Mentira: Red Noses" the internationally known, Salvadoran-born artist continues to explore current social and political trends. Cartagena’s past work has tackled i… more

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Forgotten War

The VII Photo Agency and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

– 6 May 2006
Five world-renowned photographers from the VII Photo Agency – Ron Haviv, Gary Knight, Antonin Kratochvil, Joachim Ladefoged, and James Nachtwey – traveled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) from May through August of 2005 with the international humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in order to shed light on the suffering of the Congolese people as they struggle to survive a war that remains virtually invisible to the outside world. Thei… more

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Thomas Kellner

Tango Metropolis

Tango Metropolis

– 25 Feb 2006
Stephen Cohen Gallery announces the exhibition of "Tango Metropolis," a stimulating collection of Thomas Kellner's provocative photographic portraits of some of the world's most iconic tourist locations and architectural attractions. The exhibition will run from January 12 to February 25, 2006, and will open with a reception for the artist on January 12th from 7:00 - 9:00p.m.

In "Tango Metropolis," Kellner continues his work meticulously documenting highly recognizable public sites from the F… more

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Graciela Sacco

Sombras del Sur y del Norte / Shadows from the South and the North

Sombras del Sur y del Norte / Shadows from the South and the North

– 24 Dec 2005
Graciela Sacco is an internationally celebrated Argentinean artist known for the unique way she incorporates heliography, the imaging technique commonly used commercially in the creation of architectural blueprints, into her installation work. Over the years, Sacco has refined her process, applying photosensitive emulsions onto "found" and discarded objects, then exposing both her own and appropriated images onto them to create emotionally compelling installations referencing political oppressio… more

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Larry Fink

Under The Surface

Under The Surface

– 5 Nov 2005
Stephen Cohen Gallery announces the exhibition of "Under The Surface," a retrospective of the engrossing and revealing work of social observer and acclaimed photojournalist, and educator, Larry Fink, from September 8 to November 5, 2005. The show will open with a reception for the artist on September 8th from 7:00 to 9:00p.m. "Under The Surface" is a thought-provoking social commentary that demonstrates Fink’s special skill for revealing the intimate in the most crowded of settings and the fl… more

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Nick Brandt

On This Earth: Photographs from East Africa

On This Earth: Photographs from East  Africa

– 27 Aug 2005
"The photographs of Nick Brandt are both beautiful and haunting. They come upon you in a flush of abundance that it is almost hard to recover from. . . . You are about to enter a world of the imagination, where all the animals are real, both fragile and full of grace." --from the foreword of "On this Earth" by Alice Sebold

Nick Brandt depicts the animals of East Africa with an intimacy and artistry unmatched by other photographers who choose wildlife as their subject. His work goes far beyond … more

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Esther Bubley

Solo Exhibition

– 2 Jul 2005
Stephen Cohen Gallery announces an exhibition of black and white images created by one of the true pioneers of photojournalism, Esther Bubley. In looking at the breadth of her long career as a photojournalist, one cannot escape the fact that she worked very well with people  putting their humanity front and center  whether it was a soldier sleeping in a bus station waiting to return home or workers repairing the Brooklyn Bridge.

Born in Phillips, Wisconsin, Bubley (1921-1998) became interes… more

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Michael Garlington

Portraits from the Belly of the Whale

Portraits from the Belly of the Whale

– 7 May 2005
Michael Garlington - Portraits from the Belly of the Whale, a new exhibition to be held at the Stephen Cohen Gallery from March 17 – May 7, will feature a gathering of the strange, unique and depraved, captured in black & white photographs, shot while touring the country in his image-plastered “Photo Car”, searching for the truth. The show will commence with an opening reception on March 17 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Born in Redding, California, his family moved to Petaluma shortly thereafter where… more

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Tseng Kwong Chi

Ambiguous Ambassador

Ambiguous Ambassador

– 5 Mar 2005
Tseng Kwong Chi: Ambiguous Ambassador, a new exhibition to be held at the Stephen Cohen Gallery January 6 – March 5, will feature the expeditionary self-portraits of this world-renowned photographer, performance artist, and art world socialite.  The show, which will commence with an opening reception on January 6th from 7 – 9PM, will feature tongue-in-cheek images of the artist posing as a Chinese Communist dignitary or "Ambiguous Ambassador" in a world utterly alien to his persona, complet… more

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Han Nguyen

New Work

New Work

– 24 Dec 2004
The exhibit with Han Nguyen highlight the sensuous exploration of self and body, as captured by this world renowned San Diego-based artist. The exhibits features self-portraits of Nguyen taken with a pinhole camera, printed in an elegant circular soft focus format; and unique collages pieced together from color photographs, all referencing the body, that are humorous, sensuous and curious.

Born in Hue, Vietnam in 1956, Nguyen immigrated to the United States in 1975 and settled in San Diego, Cal… more

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Tracey Snelling

Last Picture Show

Last Picture Show

– 6 Nov 2004
Influenced by film, landscape, books, and architecture, Snelling's work references both popular culture and history. A photograph of an actual building can lead to a sculpture of that building which, in turn, is photographed once again. The scale of her work continually grows and shrinks, mutating and distorting each time. The psychological aspects of shelter, home, doors and windows allow her to explore many subjects on another level. The structures are made from various materials, including wo… more

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Edmund Teske

Images out of time

Images out of time

– 28 Aug 2004
Running concurrent with the J. Paul Getty Museum retrospective, the Stephen Cohen Gallery features a wide range of Teske’s work, stretching from early black-and-white documentary images of street scenes and found objects, to impressionistic red-grey-brown duotone solarizations, to his signature surreal images that beautifully blur the lines between reality and fantasy. A pioneering visual artist, Teske was born in Chicago in 1911, where his childhood interest in photography grew into a 60-year… more

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Viggo Mortensen

MIYELO

– 1 Nov 2003
"Miyelo" is comprised of a series of large-scale, panoramic photographs of a Lakota Ghost Dance. They record a re-creation of the dance that was originally performed by members of Chief Big Foot's band on December 29, 1890 near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota. These long exposures represent what was intended as a hallucination by a veteran of the Wounded Knee Massacre, as shot in the California Desert in March 2003 for the movie "Hidalgo." The intent was to capture the event as a delirious reme… more

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Boris Missirkov & Georgi Bogdanov

ID 2000

ID 2000

– 17 May 2003
The team of Missirkov & Bogdanov produce cutting edge, conceptual photography, exploring society from both an international and an Eastern European perspective. In "ID2000," they set out to capture a portrait of their generation, and in so doing create an image of themselves. Missirkov and Bogdanov are cinematographers, photographers and the founders of the Bulgarian Photographic Association. Their photographs are in The Museum of Fine arts in Houston, The Museum of Photographic Art in Odense, D… more