Giclee print on arches aquarelle rag paper
Edition of 3
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Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Waiting 1f3 is a multiple exposure abstraction of a view of people sitting in the atrium of the World Financial Center in NYC. There are several versions of the main image (Waiting 1), each limited to 3 prints for each version. In this version, I have reduced everything in the image except the very bright marble floor (which I have tinted in pale chartreuse) to just silhouettes, which I have tinted a very dark brownish red
Note - this work is offered in 4 sizes -- 40” H x 28” W // 60” H x 42” W // 72” H. x 50.4” W // 96” H. x. 67.2” W --- BUT is limited to 3 PRINTS TOTAL FOR ALL 4 SIZES COMBINED. Whichever size prints are purchased, when 3 prints have been made, this version of this image will be "Sold Out"
Please note - due to Covid-19 limitations still affecting me, delivery will take about 3 to 4 weeks depending on destination country
Hometown: New York
Based in: New York
1953 - 1st camera in my hands - thus began a lengthy (on and off for twenty plus years) , though in early years, haphazard, photographic study with my father (a renowned photographer with Time-Life Magazines - 1st to ever photograph Michelangelo”s Sistine Chapel for Life Magazine; 1st western photographer allowed to photograph the artworks of the Hermitage & Pushkin museums collections in Soviet Russia (for Ladies Home Journal); contract photographer to Time Magazine for over 40 years).
During various times I was his assistant in photographic shoots on location at - The White House, Washington DC ( for NY Times Magazine); Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC (for Time Magazine); Fogg Museum, Harvard University (for Time Magazine); Yale University Library ( for Time Magazine); multiple museums and private collections throughout Texas and New Mexico - a lengthy and very extensive photo-shoot of over 2 months for Time Life Books (The Art of the Spanish Southwest); the Whitney Museum (for Time Magazine); Museum of Modern Art (for Time Magazine); Guggenheim Museum (for Time Magazine)
1963-67 - University - MIT - science major but took courses in photography with Minor White (previous student of Ansel Adams; later- on MIT faculty); and took animation course on the Oxberry Animation Camera with a noted animator on the Harvard faculty, Derek Lamb (his animations have been on the opening credits of BBC’s Mystery series broadcasts for over 50 years)
1967 - 1st showing (group show - three artists) of multiple exposure photographs at Circle in the Square Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts
1967-68 - 1 year of graduate studies in film making at the Boston University School of Communications; simultaneous work fellowship with WGBH-TV, Boston, Massachusetts
1969-1980 - freelance photographer in NYC - clients included Columbia Records, High Times Magazine, Salsoul Records - a one-man show of multiple exposures works at Caliban’s 1973
1980-1984 - freelance photographer Munich, Germany - clients included Madam Magazin (Munich); Du Magazin (Zurich); Art Magazin (Hamburg); Jackie Fine Arts (NYC); Atelier du Leder (Zurich) - 1982 - a one-man show of multiple exposures works at Cafe Reitschule, Munich // also designed and fabricated a line of custom made women’s belts
1985 - 1995 - photographic artist NYC // 1989 - a one-man show of multiple exposure works, Peridance Center, NYC // 1991 - group show (4 artists) - Spectrum Gallery, Southampton, NY // 1991 - group show (2 artists) Westhampton Beach Library // 1992 - one-man show - The Silver Swan, NYC // also designed and built models of over 10 experimental catamaran sailboats, solo built 2 full-scale sailing catamarans.
1996 - 2014 - no photographic works during this time - had a career in financial sales - World Futures (commodity brokerage) & Institutional Investor (financial information publisher)
2015 - present - photographic fine artist
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