Photographer-Artist Jeff Cowen spoke about his work and his approach to art in a conversation recorded at Michael Werner Kunsthandel in Köln Germany, March 2012. Cowen makes original mural-size, sculptural, painterly photographic works that are visually stunning and beautiful — and they defy easy categorization.
Art Historian Jennifer Crowley and Lens Culture Director Jim Casper conducted the on-stage interview.
Kathy Ryan, the longtime director of photography at the New York Times Magazine is also a first-time published photographer: in this book, she offers us a simple yet elegant ode to light, to beautiful interiors and to her inspiringly designed work space.
Resembling systems from the natural sciences—microscopic, topographic and celestial—these abstract photographs evoke beauty in their material nature and in their sense of mystery.
travelled far and wide throughout his native England to capture contemporary photographs of his fellow countrymen and fabled landscapes. The results are poetic, stunningly beautiful, and sometimes quite humorous.
Hidden in the grooves of these ancient tree trunks (some as old as 4,000 years!), one finds a perfectly weathered beauty—and a hope that we can discover better ways to live harmoniously with our environment.