Posts Tagged: NYC

Martin Adolfsson for Monocle

Martin Adolfsson photographed the new Sixty Hotel for Monocle. See more here.     Artist: Martin Adolfsson ***** For more information about any of the Glasshouse photographers or for portfolio requests, please contact: Jamie Zimmermann Associate Photo Rep, Glasshouse Assignment

Martin Adolfsson for Monocle

Martin Adolfsson photographed the new Sixty Hotel for Monocle. See more here.     Artist: Martin Adolfsson ***** For more information about any of the Glasshouse photographers or for portfolio requests, please contact: Jamie Zimmermann Associate Photo Rep, Glasshouse Assignment

Ryan Slack for AYR

Ryan Slack was commissioned to photograph the AYR Denim Winter Lookbook. You can see some of the images around NYC.       Photographer: Ryan Slack ***** For more information about any of the Glasshouse photographers or for portfolio requests,

Ryan Slack for AYR

Ryan Slack was commissioned to photograph the AYR Denim Winter Lookbook. You can see some of the images around NYC.       Photographer: Ryan Slack ***** For more information about any of the Glasshouse photographers or for portfolio requests,

Apple Talk with Liam Collins of Rubber Fish Art at Grand Central Terminal

Glass House Assignment Presents: Liam Collins  “The Craft of Creative Visual Realization” Liam Collins is the Senior Creative Partner in Rubber Fish Art Inc., a Hi-End Retouching and CG Illustration studio established in 2001 in NYC. He has been honing his

Apple Talk with Liam Collins of Rubber Fish Art at Grand Central Terminal

Glass House Assignment Presents: Liam Collins  “The Craft of Creative Visual Realization” Liam Collins is the Senior Creative Partner in Rubber Fish Art Inc., a Hi-End Retouching and CG Illustration studio established in 2001 in NYC. He has been honing his

Alexander Calder The Paris Years 1926-1933

Whitney Museum of American Art On view October 16, 2008 – February 15, 2009 “For decades [Calder’s] Circus, lent by the artist in 1970 to the Whitney Museum of American Art, has set flight to the imaginations of visiting children

Alexander Calder The Paris Years 1926-1933

Whitney Museum of American Art On view October 16, 2008 – February 15, 2009 “For decades [Calder’s] Circus, lent by the artist in 1970 to the Whitney Museum of American Art, has set flight to the imaginations of visiting children

Marina Berio, Untold Stories

Marina a great talent, and a dear friend. Check out one of her projects “Untold Stories” Marina Berio

Marina Berio, Untold Stories

Marina a great talent, and a dear friend. Check out one of her projects “Untold Stories” Marina Berio

Eminent Domain

Contemporary Photography and the City Last summer, public outcry forced New York City officials to reconsider regulations that might have required even the most casual of tourist-photographers to obtain a permit and $1 million in liability insurance to photograph or

Eminent Domain

Contemporary Photography and the City Last summer, public outcry forced New York City officials to reconsider regulations that might have required even the most casual of tourist-photographers to obtain a permit and $1 million in liability insurance to photograph or

Paul Graham, a shimmer of possibility

February 4–May 18, 2009 In August of 2004 Paul Graham (British, b. 1956), who had moved from London to New York in 2002, set out on the first of many trips around the United States to see and photograph the

Paul Graham, a shimmer of possibility

February 4–May 18, 2009 In August of 2004 Paul Graham (British, b. 1956), who had moved from London to New York in 2002, set out on the first of many trips around the United States to see and photograph the