SPOTLIGHTMichael Flomen’s All Natural PhotogramsMoving through rolling, pastoral landscapes under the cover of darkness, this photographer relies on the natural world—drops of rain, the winking lights of nearby fireflies—to create his uniquely revealing visions of our planet.Read More
Michael Flomen’s All Natural Photograms
Moving through rolling, pastoral landscapes under the cover of darkness, this photographer relies on the natural world—drops of rain, the winking lights of nearby fireflies—to create his uniquely revealing visions of our planet.
Simple subjects—thread and thin paper in a myriad of shades—set the stage for a series that considers light an active participant in every photograph, sometimes falling softly, sometimes bursting brightly into the scene.
How to Approach a Gallery: Advice from the Director of Von Lintel
Edward Burtynsky, Klea McKenna, and Joni Sternbach are a few of the artists represented by Von Lintel—here, the director offers her insights on the delicate process of approaching a gallery.
Announcing: The 20 Photographers in Our Winter Print Show!
These photographers were chosen by the directors of Klompching Gallery for the LensCulture Winter Print Show 2017.
Sun, Earth, Energy, Life: Coal
Coal is a complex substance—but at its core, it is a product of the natural world. This series of microcosmic abstractions pays homage to its remarkable composition.
“‘Place’ is something we carry with us—a summation of our inner memories mapped onto the present landscape as we traverse it.” Past and present blur together in this inventive, award-winning photographic collaboration.
Mixing historical and contemporary photographic practices, these multi-layered images push beyond the edge of artistic control and emerge as complex and unconstrained.
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The Importance of Being More Than a Fashion Photographer
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