Monthly Archives: July 2016
Target Marathon (a guerrilla art installation)
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
The sporadic fence
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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