Monthly Archives: July 2016
So remember the other day when I posted a non-traditional view of the well-know Prada Marfa art installation?
This piece, known as Target Marathon, showed up one day this past January, and so far no one has claimed responsibility for it. I believe it is sort of an artistic middle finger thrown in the direction of Prada Marfa, which is about 80 miles away.
near Marathon, Texas
Photographer Mark Krajnak and I are neighbors in the print catalog for a show at PhotoPlace Gallery in Vermont; Mark was nice enough to post it on his blog!
I had a chance recently to proof the Photo Place Gallery catalog for the “B&W” exhibit that my Burn Time photo was selected for.
All looked good to me. As long as they spelled Krajnak correctly, I’m cool.
As I looked at the comp page, though, I noticed the image and text opposite my image.
All Alone On Solead Street by Melinda Green Harvey, a photographer based in Texas.
Heh. Her image, and that title sounds quite noir-ish. Maybe the catalog designer planned it that way.
If so, that’s pretty cool. Her’s is a cool image, too. Click the link above to check out more of her great work.
Something else I noticed as flipped through the rest of the catalog….my friend, and photojournalist extraordinaire David Burnett has as picture in the exhibit as well.
Even before I read who shot it, I was thinking “That looks like…
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