Hair/make-up artist Elena Lyakir and prop stylist Christian Galuppi worked with photographer Karen Evans on the 25th anniversary ad campaign for Accessories Network Group. It will be appearing in Women’s Wear Daily and Accessories Magazine. ANG designs, develops, and distributes for premiere brands and designers like Calvin Klein, Lacoste, LeSportsac, and Tahari (just to name a few). Happy Anniversary ANG!
Photographer Clay Patrick McBride shot the band, Avenged Sevenfold, for Revolver Magazine and Warner Brothers Records in Orange County, California this year for their upcoming album and to commemorate the anniversary of the death of their drummer, Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan. Many considered The Rev to be one of the most talented drummers in recent times.
MTV News says:
“The anticipation over the release of new music from Avenged Sevenfold has been palpable and feverish, partially because the group has an extremely devoted following, partially because they have been a band on the brink of a major breakthrough for a few years and partially because people were curious to see how they would handle the death of their drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan late last year. …. the band unveiled the clip for their new single “Nightmare,” which is the first track from their upcoming album of the same name (which hits stores next week)”.
Ed James shot several ads for for the lingerie company Barely There.
Creative Director: Amy Elkin
Art Director: Jenny Liu
Art Producer: Cindy Hicks
Photographer Peter Lippmann sourced these wonderful old cars to showcase beautiful accessories for a fashion story.
Photographer / Art Director – Peter Lippmann
Stylist – Isabelle Rovillé
Stylist Assistant – Amélie Kro
Photographer Chris Frazer Smith’s picture of a housing complex in China was a winner in the advertising category of the July/August 2010 Communication Arts well regarded Photography Annual.
- Agency – JWT London
- Art Director – Mark Norcutt
- Creative Director – Axel Chaldecott
- Art Buyer – Coco Weir
- Client – HSBC
Issue 4 of Wink Magazine focuses on photography collaborators. Amber Gray and studio partner, Julian Bernstein are interviewed. An exhibition of Amber’s photography is presented alongside the article.
IN LEAVES NO STEP HAD TRODDEN BLACK is an exhibition of past and recent alumni of the School of Visual Arts BFA Photography program.
The title of the show, a line from the well-known Robert Frost poem, The Road Not Taken, suggests both the innumerable possibilities of implying narrative with photography, as well as the numerous choices each artist has made in their use of the medium.
Katie Murray – School of Visual Arts, BFA 1997, and Yale University MFA, 2000, will be featured in tonight’s opening of the exhibit.
- School of the Visual Arts
- July 6th – July 20th
- 209 E. 23rd Street
- Reception July 6th, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Curated by Katie Murray and Joseph Maida
July 1 – September 5, 2010
Opening reception: Sunday, July 11, from 2-7pm
The Alice Austen House Museum is pleased to announce its 2010 summer exhibition, HOUSED. This group show marks the curatorial debut of artists Katie Murray and Joseph Maida.
HOUSED draws from Murray’s and Maida’s ongoing dialog with fellow photographers and video artists who explore fresh approaches to the subject matter of home. The individuals included in this exhibition are successors to a generation of American artists whose photographs interpret social, cultural, and political events through the restaging of personal occurrences in suburban living rooms and backyards. While this previous generation depicts the literal stage and accompanying narratives of domestic life, the artists in Housed present a more analytical approach to the American home. HOUSED contextualizes the works of thirteen living artists by exhibiting them, alongside the work of Victorian-era photographer Alice Austen, in Austen’s historic home on Staten Island.
HOUSED includes Kathryn Parker Almanas, Alice Austen, David Deutsch, Matt Ducklo, Benjamin Donaldson, Kyle Ganson, Peter Garfield, Christopher Miner, Catherine Opie, Abby Robinson, Victoria Sambunaris, Peter Stanglmayr, Penelope Umbrico, and Jessica Watson.
This exhibition is accompanied by a critical essay, “A Guided Tour,” written by Susan Bright and made possible by the generous support of Dear Dave Magazine.
Katie Murray and Joseph Maida met as graduate students at Yale School of Art in 1999 and are on the faculty, along with Susan Bright, at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Katie Murray is also on the faculty of Hunter College In New York City.
For further information about HOUSED, or to obtain writing or images, please contact the Alice Austen House Museum Curator, Paul Moakley, by telephone at (718) 816-4506 or send an email to email@example.com.
*June 2010 issue of Marie Claire China
*Models are Ksenia for Muse + Yvonne for Wilhelmina
*Designers are Valentino, Jason Wu, Luisa Beccaria + J Mendel