Monday, August 31, 2009

Oliver Weber - La Matanza

Oliver Weber just added a new series to his website. The series is called La Matanza and this is what Oliver writes about it:

The ritual of slaughtering a pig (Matanza) was once of great importance for the rural populations of Spain. This annual event would ensure the larder was stocked with meat for the coming year, and that the calories needed to carry out all that hard manual farm work were at hand ............. read more here

from the series La Matanza

© Oliver Weber

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Two Way Lens and Tony Mendoza

Two Way Lens proudly presents Tony Mendoza.

I am very excited to add another wonderful photographer to the Two Way Lens project.

Tony Mendoza is a Cuban-American photographer. He was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to Miami, Florida with his family in 1960. He graduated from Yale with a Bachelor of Engineering and Harvard with a Master of Architecture, before becoming a full time photographic artist in 1973.

Mendoza has received three National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a Guggenheim Photography Fellowship as well as two Creative Writing fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council. His photographs have featured in many major museums.

His most famous book, Ernie, is a photographic memoir centered around a cat he encountered when he moved in to an apartment in New York City.

Mendoza is currently an instructor of photography at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

Please make sure to visit Tony's website where you will find more fantastic work and projects.

His book Flowers has been published by Nazraeli Press, you can buy it here or here



all images are from Tony Mendoza's series Flowers






























© all images Tony Mendoza

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

RIP Sparky

Sparky we will miss you and we will never forget you.

You are in heaven now and are looking down to us.

You were an exceptional dog and an art star and you will always be in our hearts.

SPARKY WE LOVE YOU



© Michael Werner


Please visit Sparky's Blog

and Sparky's website

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Lands Of Milk And Honey, Hotel de Ville Paris, 2009

© Michael Werner

Shutterspark

Shutterspark a new photography resource has launched.

Created to showcase new talent in Fine Art Photography, shutterspark will act as a major platform for graduates from the UK’s top art & design colleges.

Shutterspark will feature the photography of 3-5 new artists a week along with a statement from the artist and contact details.

Shutterspark is a great opportunity for talented photographers to find their audience and keep up to date with the photography world. The blog will feature competition news, coverage of UK graduation shows, and more.



Friday, August 14, 2009

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Daniel Cooney's Late summer emerging artists auction

Daniel Cooney's Late summer emerging artists auction is online and open to bid.

Visit the link here

and get fantastic photographs for your wall.
Lands Of Milk And Honey, Jardin des Tuileries Paris, 2009


Lands Of Milk And Honey, La Défense Paris, 2009

© all images Michael Werner

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Monday, August 10, 2009

Lands Of Milk And Honey, Jardin des Tuileries Paris, 2009

© Michael Werner

Sunday, August 09, 2009

Society of Photographic Education Regional Conference, Atlanta

Brady Robinson is one of the speakers at the Regional Conference of the Society of Photographic Education.

Congratulations Brady!!!!

The Keynote Speaker is Gregory Crewdson.

They have an impressive lineup of speakers.

Check it out here

The conference takes place October 15 - 18, 2009, Atlanta, GA
Lands Of Milk And Honey, La Defénse Paris, 2009

© Michael Werner

Saturday, August 08, 2009

Lands Of Milk And Honey, Place de la République, Strasbourg, 2009

© Michael Werner

Friday, August 07, 2009

E. Brady Robinson

Elizabeth Brady Robinson is a Florida based photographer, curator and professor at the University of Central Florida.

I would like to present her project Scenes from Jesusland here on The Truth of Beauty. It is a wonderful body of work and already received lots of attention. Currently, 5 pieces of this work is in Paradox Now, a group exhibit curated by Jeffry Cudlin at the Arlington Art Center in VA.

Brady will also have work in the upcoming emerging artist auction at Daniel Cooney Fine Art in NY. I will post the link as soon as it is online.

About Scenes from Jesusland:
In 2006, Orlando-based artist E. Brady Robinson purchased a Jerusalem Gold Pass for $100, granting her free year-round admission to The Holy Land Experience, a Christian theme park located across from the Mall of Millennia in Orlando, Florida. Robinson documented the interactions of the park’s visitors with the spectacle of a replica of ancient Jerusalem and daily live reenactments of the crucifixion of Jesus.

Here is a short review from the Wasington Post:

Florida's E. Brady Robinson's photographs of Holy Land Experience, a Christian theme park in Orlando that features stagings of Jesus's crucifixion near touristy attractions that include a rock-climbing wall, work because they don't require you to have been there to get the irony. It's all in the picture.

More work and reviews are to find on her website

all images below are from Brady's series "Scenes from Jesusland"






























© all images E. Brady Robinson
Lands Of Milk And Honey, Jardin des Tuileries Paris, 2009

© Michael Werner

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Lands Of Milk And Honey, Jardin des Tuileries Paris, 2009

© Michael Werner

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Lands Of Milk And Honey

I updated my website with new works from my series Lands Of Milk And Honey

Please check it out here

Over the next days I will post one new image from this series every day.



© Michael Werner

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Grace Jones Video

I just want to post the link to Tim's website.

His work is to find here, make sure to check it out!!!

Grace Jones giving us Hurricane

Tim Hailand shot this video at Grace Jones' concert in New York City, July 30, 2009.

The performance is incredible and amazing. Grace is an absolute legend.

We love you Grace

Tim, thanks for sharing this video with us