Tuesday, May 26, 2009

James Friedman in Fraction Magazine

The newest issue of Fraction Magazine includes James Friedman's wonderful series Pleasures and Terrors of Kissing.

Check out the magazine and see more great photographs of James' project.

Not only James' work is to find but also other fantastic imagery. It's really worth the visit.

By the way, Congratulations Fraction Magazine to the first anniversary!!!!!

© all images James Friedman

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Portrait of my father

Yesterday I took photos for my cousins husband for an advertisement brochure. He has a business for crane services, which means he does almost everything on huge electronic cranes in factories of all kind. We went to his factory to take the photos and my father came with us. This is where this portrait has been taken.

© Michael Werner

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Two Way Lens and Susan Wides

Two Way Lens proudly presents Susan Wides

I am happy and excited that another wonderful photographer is now part of Two Way Lens.

I came across Susan's work through my friend Jan Harrison and immediately fell in love with it.

I emailed Susan and she agreed to do the interview. After this, we exchanged many emails and we planned to meet while I was in New York. Unfortunately the timeframe was to tight and Susan was very busy. But next time we will make it for sure.

Susan, thank you for being part of Two Way Lens!!

Please check out Susan's website, you will find many more fantastic projects there.

Susan's interview on Two Way Lens is to find here

Mannahatta 7.18.07 (Bryant Park)

Mannahatta 7.20.07 (Union Square)

Mannahatta 1.17.07 (From East 29 St.)

Mannahatta 8.13.07 (Floating Pool)

Mannahatta 1.25.99 (Fresh Kills)

Mannahatta 9.21.98 (125 St. after Abbott)

Mannahatta 7.25.07 (From Bubba Gumps)

© all images Susan Wides

Tuesday, May 05, 2009


The opening of WILD THINGS! at Stricola Contemporary was a huge success. The gallery and the street was packed with people. We even had more people at our opening than Francesco Clemente just across the street at Deitch Project.

Amazing and WILD!!!!!!!

Ruben Natal-San Miguel wrote a great review on his blog ARTmostfierce about the show.

Read it HERE.

Thanks Ruben!!!!!

More photos and report about my trip to NYC will follow.